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Bay Area Scoreboard: Scores, Game Times, and TV Schedules for April 19, 2013


Today's scoreboard delayed in respect to coverage of the manhunt in Boston. This blog is also having technical issues which should be fixed soon.


Milwaukee Brewers 7, San Francisco Giants 2

  • Matt Cain (SF): 0-2, 6 IP, 7 hits, 7 earned runs, 3 home runs
  • Jean Machi (SF): 1.2 IP, 0 hits, 0 walks, 1 strikeout in debut replacing Jeremy Affeldt as reliever.
  • Brandon Crawford (SF): 3-4 on ABs, 1 home run, extends hit streak to 11 games.
  • Pablo Sandoval (SF): 0-4 on ABs, 10-game hit streak snapped
  • Ryan Braun (MIL): 2-run home run
  • MIL: All seven runs against Cain scored in first 3 innings.

San Diego Padres (5-10) at San Francisco Giants (9-7)
7:00 PM PT - CSN Bay Area

Probable starters: Edinson Volquez (0-3, 11.68 ERA, R) vs Madison Bumgarner (3-0, 1.77 ERA, L)

Oakland Athletics (12-4) at Tampa Bay Rays (5-10)
4:00 PM PT - CSN California

Probable starters: Brett Anderson (1-2, 4.34 ERA, L) vs Alex Cobb (1-1, 1.93 ERA, R)


San Jose Sharks 6, Minnesota Wild 1

  • Logan Couture (SJ) - 2 goals, 2 assists
  • Niklas Backstrom (MIN) - 5 goals against (has .909 save percentage on season)
Next: Columbus Blue Jackets (21-17-7) at San Jose Sharks (24-13-7)
Sunday, 5:00 PM PT - CSN California
Western Conference Standings
  • 3) Vancouver Canucks - 55 pts
  • 4) Los Angeles Kings - 55 pts
  • 5) San Jose Sharks - 55 pts
  • 6) St. Louis Blues - 52 pts
  • 7) Minnesota Wild - 51 pts
  • 8) Columbus Blue Jackets - 49 pts
  • 9) Dallas Stars - 47 pts
  • 10) Detroit Red Wings - 47 pts



Spokane Shock (4-0) at San Jose Sabercats (2-1)
7:30 PM PT - AFL All-Access  | Gametracker
Quarterback Comparison:
  • Aaron Garcia (SJ): .614 passing percentage, 845 passing yards, 18 touchdowns, 8 interceptions (leads league)
  • Erik Meyer (SPO): .712 passing percentage, 1279 passing yards (leads league), 32 touchdowns (leads league), 0 interceptions

Oakland Raiders: 2013 Season Game Times, TV Schedule, and More

The NFL released the entire 2013 regular season schedule on Thursday night. Here's the regular season schedule for the Oakland Raiders.

There's only one primetime appearance this season, and it comes early against the Denver Broncos in Week 3. They're one of the rare teams that have no games on NFL Network during the regular season, but the criteria of having every team on during Thursday night is extended into the Thanksgiving afternoon games. The Raiders play in Dallas against the Cowboys in a late afternoon tilt on Thanksgiving.

All three of Oakland's final games are against AFC West opponents, along with three of their first six games. The bye week falls on week seven.

Week Date Team Time (PT) Network
1Sunday, September 8 at Indianapolis Colts 10:00 AM CBS
2Sunday, September 15 vs Jacksonville Jaguars1:25 CBS
3Monday, September 23 at Denver Broncos 5:40 ESPN
4Sunday, September 29 vs Washington Redskins 1:25 FOX
5Sunday, October 6 vs San Diego Chargers 1:25 CBS
6Sunday, October 13 at Kansas City Chiefs 10:00 AM CBS
8Sunday, October 27 vs Pittsburgh Steelers 3:05 CBS
9Sunday, November 3 vs Philadelphia Eagles 3:05 FOX
10Sunday, November 10 at New York Giants 10:00 AM CBS
11Sunday, November 17 at Houston Texans 10:00 AM CBS
12Sunday, November 24 vs Tennessee Titans 3:05 CBS
13Thursday, November 28
at Dallas Cowboys 1:30 CBS
14Sunday, December 8 at New York Jets 10:00 AM CBS
15Sunday, December 15 vs Kansas City Chiefs 1:05CBS
16Sunday, December 22 at San Diego Chargers 1:25CBS
17Sunday, December 29 vs Denver Broncos 1:25 CBS

San Francisco 49ers: 2013 Season Game Times, TV Schedule, and More


Here's the full slate of games for the San Francisco 49ers during the 2013 season. The entire NFL regular season schedule was released on Thursday night, while the four pre-season games were announced earlier this month.

KPIX, San Francisco's CBS affiliate, will show three of the four preseason games with the third game against the Minnesota Vikings being nationally televised on NBC.

The 49ers have five primetime games during the regular season, the max amount of primetime games an NFL team can get per season. Three of the first five games will be at night with two on NBC Sunday Night Football and one on NFL Network Thursday Night Football. The later two will be on ESPN Monday Night Football.


Week Date Team Time (PT) Network 
 1Thursday, August 8 vs Denver Broncos 6:00 KPIX 5 
 2Friday, August 16 at Kansas City Chiefs 5:00 KPIX 5 
 3Sunday, August 25 vs Minnesota Vikings 5:00 NBC 
 4Thursday, August 29 at San Diego Chargers 7:00 KPIX 5 

All games will be replayed on NFL Network and available live and on-demand with NFL Preseason Live.

Regular Season

 WeekDate TeamTime (PT)Network 
 1Sunday, September 8 vs Green Bay Packers 1:25 FOX
 2Sunday, September 15 at Seattle Seahawks 5:30 NBC 
 3Sunday, September 22 vs Indianapolis Colts 1:25 CBS 
 4Thursday, September 26 at St. Louis Rams 5:25 NFL Network 
 5Sunday, October 6 vs Houston Texans 5:30 NBC 
 6Sunday, October 13 vs Arizona Cardinals 1:25 FOX 
 7Sunday, October 20 at Tennessee Titans 1:05 FOX 
 8Sunday, October 27 vs Jacksonville Jaguars
(at London) 
10:00 AM FOX 
 10Sunday, November 10 vs Carolina Panthers 1:05 FOX 
 11Sunday, November 17 at New Orleans Saints 1:25 FOX 
 12Monday, November 25 at Washington Redskins 5:40 ESPN 
 13Sunday, December 1vs St. Louis Rams 1:05 FOX 
 14Sunday, December 8 vs Seattle Seahawks 1:25 FOX 
 15Sunday, December 15 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10:00 AM FOX 
 16Monday, December 23 vs Atlanta Falcons 5:40 ESPN 
 17Sunday, December 29 at Arizona Cardinals 1:25 FOX