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it's a big weekend for mom and an even bigger weekend for local businesses. what this mother's day means to the local economy one of the greatest players and giants history as the team today. honors buster posey and his retirement. i'm spencer christian, maybe a few sprinkles on mother's day, but not everywhere. i'll have the accurate with the forecast coming up if you see seven news at 11:00 starts right now. building a better bay area moving forward finding solutions this is abc 7 news? florists say it is the most important day of business for them. mother's day is tomorrow and that means a boost for local businesses and the overall economy, but this year it's going to cost you just a little bit more good evening and thank you for joining us. i'm dion limb. you're watching abc 7 news at 11. today last-minute shoppers flocked to bay area flower shops
in hopes of getting something special for mom abc 7 news reporter. zach fuentes joins us live from the newsroom with more on this. hey, there's zach. hey dion, so we got to run into lots of last-minute shoppers today and some extremely busy florists new research is showing people buying gifts like flowers from mother's day can expect to pay more this year, but most of the people we got to speak with say they're more than willing to spend that money on their loved ones. there's an entire list of things to get moms from others day. one thing that remains a forever staple this time of year is flowers, which makes for a big boost in revenue for local businesses who sell them to be honest with you is the most important weekend of the year. even more important than valentine's day and many people in san francisco rushing to local flower shops like this one to pick up a bouquet. flowers my mom and my son's mom, you know, just doing a mother's day thing. trying to keep everything going, you know, it's all about love. i love the creators shoppers like jeremiah mims buying gifts for multiple mothers are exactly
what makes this such a big weekend for flower shop owners like fred tobar one person already for the private kids. for mom grandma for mother-in-law for neighbor for somebody that know. is nice to you flowers. it's different than valentine's day valentine's day every person buys only one. for the mother's day is multiple and experts say people are willing to spend the extra cash for multiple bouquets and more this year. the national retail federation says consumers are planning to spend $25 more on mother's day purchases. adding up to a record average of more than 245 dollars an extra $25 shoppers think is worth it. now, of course also leading to higher cost this year is inflation fred the floral shop owner we heard from there. he says it's his shop and his purchasing prices that are going up because of inflation. he says that supply just isn't matching demand though.
he says this mother's day. he did not pass that cost on to his customers. just keeping up with the spirit of this time of year in the newsroom zach fuentes abc 7 news, and that is a gift in itself zach many. thanks to you. well health officials in santa cruz county are urging people to take precautions in protecting mom this mother's day. they're advising that people mask up to avoid the spread of covid and they also recommend to stay home if you're sick be up to date on vaccinations and keep windows and doors open during visits according to metrics from the cdc santa cruz county is one of three counties in california advancing into the moderate level of covid risk. we are following some developing news coming out of concord tonight that is where police confirmed they are investigating a shooting outside of the sun valley mall. they say it happened in the parking lot on contra costa boulevard the good news. there are no reports of any injuries at this time. words of gratitude from the family of the late south bay
politician icon normetta tonight friends families and community members joined in a heartfelt zoom memorial organized by the nonprofit apia vote the audience shared wonderful memories about secretary minetta who rose from the san jose mayor's office to serving on the cabinets for two american presidents his david had a message for everyone. but know our community is fundamentally stronger for the love you gave him. and he gave us back. it is not hyperbole to say the imprint on the collective american experience is fundamentally different because of it it is what we know as a basic truth in the very large extended family of norman why menetta and his dad would always say thanks a millie. so nicely said secretary minetta died on tuesday. he was 90 years old. all right. check it out tonight. we are celebrating a golden state warriors win as we take a live. look outside.
this is of course coit tower in san francisco. you can see there alternating blue and gold lights. so it is now two down two more to go after the warriors handily beat the grizzlies in the series first game at chase center abc 7 sports anchor chris alvarez was there for all the action joining us now and man you are running around everywhere chris. i made it back in time. that's a that's thrill beyond what a day for bears sports the giants a big day more on that in a moment inhe words of that giant win over the grizzlies in game three, see what i did there dubs. tellabout firing in the third quarter about clay thompson for three. that's what he does and you don't see this often but clay also does this a one foot of triple? he had 21 he's feeling all right from those injur. buddy and maybe a shooting slump clay doesn't have shooting slumps watches play from steph. oh, beautiful 30 had 30 and then the pool party was on throw it down jp. he had 27 warriors win by 30 taking a 2-1 series lead game 4
monday night. we have an interesting team, you know, if very talented and we can be erratic a little bit. i thought we were erratic in the first half, but it was coming from a good place. we were just playing so hard but trying to hard and the second half we really settled down. we only had three turnovers move the ball beautifully got a lot of great shots, you know, i'm a strong minded person. i will never let five for 20 game determine how i play the next game and i'm not a bounce back as well. so i was just proud of myself as being locked in tonight, but i'm not satisfied. i want to play great monday come out the win tonight. we move the ball. you know we've always great shooting team if we actually look for great shots. our warriors coverage. just getting started. you got to rest quick game 4 comes quickly. on monday dean. i want to say klay thompson people talk about sometimes the struggles and i said clay for the record. i've never given up on you. he goes, that's why you're smart alvey and he walked off. that's a true thing.
that happened was that on camera? it was on camera to tweeted. i didn't think call me alvi yet. we're not that close, but we're getting uh-huh. listen if it was not on camera, then it happens it happens. okay. all right. thanks, chris. okay. keep in mind the warriors. we're not the only big sporting event in town because just over a mile away at oracle park. it was buster posey day. and for the first time since he retired fans were able to participate in the public celebration of one of their favorite players abc 7 news reporter. ryan curry has the highlights of today's ceremony. under a gorgeous sunny day at oracle park. the stands were full of 28 jerseys all to honor one of the cornerstones of the franchise buster posey. at a ceremony honoring the longtime giant dozens of former players coaches and team executives gathered to honor the catcher who helped the giants win three world series. i've loved the game for my whole life. so just really grateful.
have been honored with this day from teammates and coaches and the fans and family and friends. so very special posey spent over a decade wearing orange and black and those were the only colors he would wear throughout his whole career that type of dedication is what him a fan favorite. he was a great play caller. he was able to call good games. he was a great defensively throwing guys out at second and he was a rock. he was what you could build a team around and they did that for, you know, ten years the deep playoff runs the championships and the fan support made posies say it was tough to walk away from the game. i miss the relationships. i mentioned that i missed. spending time with the guys but on the flip side of it. i'm getting to spend more of that time with my family, but even in environment his celebration day would not be complete without one last buster hug. i didn't realize when i was first draft, but it didn't take me long to realize just how especially was to be a san francisco giant and i did my best to never take that for
granted in san francisco ryan curry abc 7 news. what a fitting tribute. we'll still had on abc 7 news at 11:00 supporters of abortion rights held rallies across the country including right here in the bay area why they say it is important for them to protest in march. plus we have new details tonight about one of the deadly plane crash victims in the marin headlands as one of the victims is identified. i'm spencer christian even on mother's day. it's sometimes rains, but this time not much. i'll have the accuweather forecast coming up when abc 7 news. 11 continues
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right to choose. i try. this lunchtime protest in march was organized by the group party and socialism and liberation participants. say the leaked supreme court memo about over. roe v. wade jeopardizes basic rights at the event in southern california marchers said they won't stop fighting to protect women's rights. her message is people have to get in the streets right now. if you do not want to go back to the days of back alley abortions if you do not want to live in a world of female enslavement, then you have to get in the streets and you have to fight we're gonna do it to make sure that women and people who can become pregnant have access to reproductive rights rights because abortion is healthcare. re p plan i sane rkeley new tn that d the marine headlands today jesuit
high school in sacramento identified one of the two victims as jennifer fox they say she is the mother of one of their students and this comes as the ntsb investigates what's caused the crash abc 7 news reporter cornell bernard has details. i didn't even know about a state of truth. i was coming up the hill and saw the plane sticking into the side and new immediately was bad news cyclists in the marin headlands were taking in views of the golden gate, but this hillside plane crash stopped many in their tracks. yeah. it's really sad. it looks like straight out of a movie national transportation safety board investigators for examining the charred wreckage of the plane or a pilot and passenger died officials. say the experimental single-engine bands rv-10 air. crashed on this ridge top around noon friday, so we know that the airplane took off from sacramento investigators say the planes destination was unknown an emergency beacon helped first responders locate the wreckage at the time of the crash.
there was heavy fog in the area. it was a pea soup fog friday afternoon investigators have not determined if weather was a factor i the pilot was using vfr visual flight rules. not instrument. light rules to navigate they are typically used in bad weather. i know there was fog in the area. however, we will gather all that information all the meteorological information and and assess all that and see how the airplane interacted with that type of environment investigators say the planes wreckage will be moved from the headlands on sunday and taken to sacramento for further analysis. it may be months before we learn the cause of this crash in marin county cornell bernard abc 7 news. all right moving on looking ahead to the mother's day forecast. i know people are hoping for a good weather. maybe some dining outside spencer. well, you may have to dodge the raindrops a little bit tomorrow dm but the rain won't be very widespread. so that's the good news right now. we're looking at a really windy
a pattern around the bay area as we take a look at surface wind speeds right now gus 43 miles per hour at sfo and very strong wind speeds and very in most other locations as well. it's also bit chilly out there. we've got a high surf advisory in effect until 11 o'clock. tomorrow morning is the wind is equipping up high waves there we can expect 7 to 10 foot breaking waves until 11 o'clock tomorrow morning dangerous root currents are likely and hazardous swimming and surfing conditions. so bear that in mind if you're going to be down near the coastline now, let's talk about the 24-hour temperature change. it is several degrees cooler in most vary locations that i was at this time last night. so we've got the wind we've got the the chill the wind chill. here's the view from super tower looking out over san go where it's 52 degrees right now. also 52 amount of view oakland 55 mid-50s at san jose and santa clara and down to 50 degrees at half moon bay. here's a nice clear view from emeryville. looking westward along the bay bridge other temperature readings right now 51 and santa
rosa petaluma. only 47 low 50s at napa fairfield and livermore 54 at concord and the view from our rooftop camera looking across the bay is pretty clear right now, but clouds will be increasing overnight and these are our forecast features. increase overnight. i'm repeating self look for light scattered showers tomorrow and mother's day. once again, they will not be very widespread more likely to fall in the north bay, but other locations could see some wet spots as well and it'll be chilly and unsettled into the middle of next week. the approaching storm is a light storm ranking only one on the abc 7 storm impact scale. we can expect most of this rain to fall in the north bay tomorrow, but once again as the rain moves southward, it could push south of and east of the golden gate so other locations could get a little bit of wet weather tomorrow. most locations will see just hundreds of an inch of rainfall winds will be a bit gusty at times out of the northwest generally 10 to 20 miles per hour for the overnight hours. we expect mainly dry mainly clear conditions until early morning when that first wave of rain starts to swing down through mendocino county in the remainder of the north bay by
midday. it'll be south and east of the golden gate then get a little bit of a break and another wave of showers develops up in the north bay in mid-afternoon tomorrow. it may not make its way to other parts of the bay area there looks like a week one. so on we go to overnight lows mainly mitch upper 40s. tomorrow only low to mid-50s at the coast upper 50s around the bay shoreline. it's going to be a chilly day inland areas about 60-61 degrees in most locations now we skip ahead with a forecast animation to midnight tomorrow night going into monday morning notice. we talk about showers tomorrow, maybe a few more on monday possibly a few more on tuesday with this unsettled pattern before we start to dry out midweek and then we got some warmer weather at the end of the week rainfall totals once again going through thursday night only a couple of hundreds of an inch. most locations. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast windy tomorrow breezy on monday still unsettled, maybe a shower or two. perhaps a couple of isolated showers will linger into tuesday. then we start to get some clearing brighter skies wednesday warming up at the end of the week and by next saturday
inland high temperatures could reach 90 degrees what's different from what we have right? yeah. that's an understatement. yeah spencer. thanks. still ahead on abc 7 news at 11 growing concerns over troubling trend of hepatitis outbreaks in young children, and now there are even more reports of more than 100 cases nationw for state controller, only yiu will save taxpayers money. wait, who, me? me? no, not you. yvonne yiu. yvonne yiu. not me. good choice. for 25 years, yiu worked as an executive at top financial firms. managed hundreds of audits. as mayor, she saved taxpayers over $55 million. finding waste. saving money. because... yiu is for you. yiu is for you.
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necessary to make an informed decision about what is driving this increase in cases. now doctors say parents should look for symptoms of fatigue vomiting and diarrhea according to the cdc more serious symptoms of liver failure include jaundice yellowing of the skin and eyes and dark urine. and alarming prediction tonight from the white house about covid tens of millions of americans could be infected with the virus by year's end as abc news reporter faitha, boubay reports any surge will be far different than we've seen before. the biden administration believes as many as 100 million americans could become infected with covid-19 and a fall and winter surge that prediction from a senior administration official calling this one of many possible scenarios based on modeling which doesn't even account for potential new major variant. the white house is pushing congress to pass more than 22 billion dollars in covid relief funding the consequences here are quite catastrophic if we do not get funding.
i mean my goodness, we're not going to have vaccines for the american people. we're going to run out of means for the american people, we're not going to have diagnostic testing at least 37 states were already seeing an increase in hospitalizations in new york city. the transmission rate is up nearly 33% in 10 days. the city's mayor considering a return to vaccine and mask mandates if we switch to the next level. then we would take those actions based on that, but we're not there yet public health officials say sources of covid-19 may just be part of the new normal if you've been vaccinated in boosted you have a very degree of protection against severe illness. meanwhile health officials in china have said the number of daily new covid cases there is declining but advanced placement exams for thousands of high school students have been canceled amid covid restrictions these exams help many students gain admission to colleges in the us and europe faitha blue blue bay abc news, washington. once again, chris alvarez joining us with a preview of sports. hey chris, like the yellow dion
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i still notice a difference. by river rock casino this series has shifted a san francisco for games three and four the warriors and grizzlies and the dubs got some home cooking on warriors ground tonight. you saw it right here on abc 7 game 3 series tied one game of peace second quarter stephen curry. putting on the moves hoop and the foul he would just get warmed up start a little slow. just three points the first quarter, but he would turn it on job rent 34 points from half court. the heave is good.
chris is down seven at the break, but the warriors came up firing in the third quarter make an adjustment clay hits three and then off the draymond green one footed so nice, we show it twice. look at this clay. he had 21 and is just fine on the shooting. thank you very much. steph stop. oh. off the glass and in 30 had 30 and then jordan poole throwing it down jp had 27, but a possible series changing moment here jordan pool and john moran getting tangled up morant hurt his knee on this play and after the game, he tweeted broke the code warriors win 142-112. here's more on that play with pool and morant. there's not the malicious about where jordan did there's no comparison to what dylan did or draymond like nothing in that vein. so it's not a joke of matter jobs hurt, but all the rest of it's just total bs in terms of the conversation right now. i mean it was a we went to travel. yeah, you know the basketball
play tough play. obviously. i'm not even the type of player who was there who wants to hurt anybody or you don't want to see jago down? you don't want to see you know, the other team's best player go down and obviously all like, so much respect to him. it was buster posey day at oracle park is the giants and their fans celebrated the future hall of fame catcher buster greeted with a standing ovation when he emerged from the dugout giants realty in the house bruce bocce barry bonds will clark matt cain benji molina. you name it? they were all there to honor the three time world series champs seven-time all-star rookie of the year mvp gold glove winner comeback player of the year just to name a few even stefan clay participated in a buster tribute video and buster. is tremendous respect that is for the splash brothers. i'm admires of their their game and their careers that they put together as well and i know they're the gonna have a day. coming to them. i think steph mentioned that he's a long ways away from that
day. but i was actually talking to one of our neighbors who's 18 and he was just talking about how great of the time it was to grow up in the bay area, you know for the last 10 12 years. and the giants won that gamean'a 13-7 of highlights in a little bit abc 7 sports sponsored by river rock casino dion. what a tremendous ceremony if you're a baseball fan or a giants fan that was goosebumps all day long giants always do those ceremonies, right? yeah, lots of emotion. lots of joy. all right. crystal. see you in a little bit. yeah. coming up next on abc 7 news at 11:00 addressing the leading cause of death in one south bay city who city officials are turning to to help solve the crisis of traffic-related fatalities and the latest on the war ukraine details on the efforts to rescue hundreds of people from a besieged steel plant.
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at&t business fiber, now with speeds up to 5-gigs. a better bay area moving forward finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. once again, good evening everybody. i'm dionne lim in tonight's headlines now gearing up for mother's day the russia's on for those last-minute presents consumers are expected to shell out 25 more dollars this year than in years past. the most popular gift is flowers everyone. we spoke with tonight says no matter the price a gift gift from mom is worth it. one of the victims of the deadly crash in the marin headlands has now been identified today jesuit high school in sacramento identified one of the two victims as jennifer fox. they say say she is the mother
of one of their students and was a friend with a friend when the plane crashed the ntsb is now investigating determine the cause. plus words of gratitude from the family of the late south bay politician icon normanetta today a virtual memorial was held to share heartfelt memories about the former transportation secret. minetta served as the major of san jose and served on to the cabinets for two american presidents. he died tuesday at 90 years old. ukrainian people continue to fight back against russian forces as they strike several missiles in odessa 300 ukrainian civilians have evacuated a steel plant in mario opal after it was captured by enemy forces officials say russia has underestimated the ukrainian people. abc's karina mitchell has more on this story. ukrainian officials are reporting that all women children and elderly civilians have made it out of the as of
style steel plant in mariopol jaku commandam is not ukrainian president velodimir. zelenski says more than 300 people were rescued. new video shows some of those evacuees as they left the besieged city. no word though on the ukrainian forces still in that plant russian forces stepping up their attacks these images posted by government official show a and scott was bombed by russian forces 90 people were taking. alter their only 30 rescued so far six missiles struck the port city of odessa on saturday, but ukraine is fighting back. releasing dramatic new video claiming drone strikes destroyed a russian ship in the black sea ukrainian forces also pushing the russians further back from the car key region in the northeast as well as in the south the us is announcing another military aid package for ukraine worth $150 million dollars nearly six million people have fled ukraine since a russian invasion began in
february first lady joule biden meeting with some of them while in romania the romanian people are amazing to welcome all these refugees into their homes and offer them food. clothing and shelter and give them their hearts cia director william byrne speaking at an event hosted by the financial times with a warning about russian president vladimir putin's new offensive. he's done a frame of mind in which he doesn't believe he can afford to lose burn says putin's biggest mistake was underestimating the ukrainians karina mitchell abc news, new york. in the east bay a few people gathered to show solid wh those in ukraine. this was the scene in berkeley. just one of the several gatherings held across the bay area. all of this was part of a global day of action for peace in ukraine. the goal is to build a unified response with people around the world to denounce the war. next ukraine global day of action is set for june 25th.
in the south bay a task force today turn to the community for answers on how to stop the leading cause of death in the streets of san jose traffic related fatalities are happening all too often in the city. the city's vision zero group held the town hall at city hall this morning to hear out ideas on how to make streets safer for pedestrians drivers and cyclists. it is an urgent issue says the chair of the group. actually, the number one factor right now in the city why people are dying in our city. it's not gun violence, right it is it is traffic related collisions. and and so that matters to all of us. so far this year 32 people have died on san jose streets because of traffic accidents 18 of those victims have been pedestrians. today a special ceremony was held to celebrate golden gate park's jfk drive becoming car free permanently. there you san francisco mayor
london bridge signed that legislation which was months in the making the ceremony was held with entertainment and music along with activities for kids, san francisco board of supervisors. spent 11 hours in an intense debate last month. during the covid pandemic jfk drive became a place for residents to exercise safely. well, this is national nurses week. and a nurse in fremont is inspiring her family to follow in her footsteps. christina. rivera is an icu nurse at kaiser permanente in 2016. she was diagnosed with breast cancer her children helped take care of her now. she is cancer-free and all three of her kids are becoming nurses christopher is an icu nurse catherine a nursing student at usf and charles will study nursing in the fall. with everybody's support and their love i went through it and i'm glad i did because it taught me that life is precious that you enjoy every moment that your
family is there and they will be there for you. see my mom be there for someone else and seeing what i can do for her that really translates into how i can be of service to my community and how i can be a nurse people. family is remarkable. national nurses week is may 6th through the 12th and honors nurses for their compassionate care. dr. strange in the multiverse of madness is now in theaters the latest marvel movie had two premieres earlier this week one in la and one in new york entertainment reporter sandy. kenyon was there. what do you know about the multiverse? give verbal fans a movie called dr. strangely what to expect the rest of us may be wondering what is a multiverse imagine that there is a reality dissimilar very similar not a tall similar to this one happening in
parallel to this benedict cumberbatch appeared on live with kelly and ryan this week as part of a public. blitz that brought him to a premiere on thursday night as doctor strange the star had a crucial role in the most recent spider-man movie which grossed almost 2 billion dollars and got credit for drawing people back to movie theaters again, i think this is a rolling continuation of and i think these are films that are made to be seen in an exhibition space in a cinema to have a communal experience. the new movie is a showcase for the talents of the olsen who is coming off the hit disney plus series 1 division and plays the same character again. it was really amazing to get to play her now as this confident woman with this clarity and empowered by by being this mythic woman the scarlett witch and i get a milk get a lot in this film.
ever expect to have this kind of career. out of nyu. no, i thought i would be doing a lot more theater and occasional independent films. it was in an independent film that olsen made a stunning debut martha marcy mae marlene showed her potential the kind of talent that very fewos marvel movie worth watching. i really hope this gets people into the theaters to have a good time and be entertained and be scared and go for a ride. i'm sandy kenyon abc 7 news disney of course is the parent company of both marvel and abc 7. we will be right back.
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keynote speakers, mindy kaling lena waith rita moreno and more. mother's day can be a difficult day for families to indulge in saint anthony's foundation in san francisco is making sure all mothers are celebrated all weekend long. it's having a free clothing program for mothers experiencing hard times or homelessness. the program has set up a boutique-like store for mothers to browse freely donations are from the community and and large chain clothing stores. moms are the backbones of families often and they hold it together and when you're facing adversity possibly homelessness. sometimes it's just nice to be simply treated as a human being with dignity. mothers attending the event will be given a free bouquet of flowers to commemorate the holiday saint anthony's is the largest free clothing program in san francisco serving 10,000 people a year. all right one last check of the weather situation and you know people can just run around or in between those raindrops tomorrow
they can because there won't be many of them except possibly a couple of spots in the north bay who's our overnight forecast animation. we'll see a little wave of showers developing early tomorrow morning up and mendocino county northern sonoma county about mid. afternoon, it'll be south and east of the golden gate in breaking up a little bit into just isolated sprinkles then another way of develops mid-afternoon in the far north and that one won't last very long either so there will be a few wet spots tomorrow, but not very widespread and that very wet overnight low temperatures will be mainly in the mid to our 40s highest tomorrow will range from only low to mid-50s at the coast to upper 50s around the bay shoreline to about 6 in the warmest or mildest inland location. so a chilly day on store tomorrow in store tomorrow. here's the accuweather. 7 day forecast to monday will be unsettled breezy and chilly as well. possibly a leftover shower or two on monday tuesday. we'll have sunny or skies and as we get into late week thursday friday, we'll see a bit of a warm-up developing and by next saturday. it'll be downright warm with inland highs around 90 degrees a
lot different from tomorrow's weather. this is kind of like a repeat of last week when it was that big roller coaster. that's true a little bit of everything is the weather variety pack. yeah pleasing everybody. yeah. thanks. all right one more. time to chris alvarez with the preview of sports. hi, chris. deon coming up in sports. we'll go back to chase center and more on marant jordan pool discusses the play that had john the grizzlies fired up the end of game three, we'll explain it. all sports is next. everyone's a multitasker these days.
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broke the code a reference to steve curse comments from dillon brooks flagrant foul on. p2 and after the game, i went one-on-one with pool to talk about that play and more. i mean it was a we went to travel. yeah, you know the basketball played tough play. obviously, i'm not even the type of player. who was it? who wants to hurt anybody or you don't want to see jago down? you don't want to see you know, the other team's best player go down and obviously odd like so much respect to him knowing it was a basketball play and we want him to get better. we wanted to see him out there next game, but i mean it wasn't anything intentional keep pushing. yeah to try to find ways to play hard and win a game. of course. it's obviously a testy series. the emotions are everywhere. draymond said earlier this week. you guys want to keep all the smoke all the emotion. how do you think you did handle that? especially the way kind of things have gone with gary and all those things just kind of balancing it and and staying focused on yourself. i'm just continue to go out there and play hard play together. it's the postseason, you know, things are gonna get tough. so try to stay as collective as possible continue to play within our team and then everything else to take care of it.
so for you everybody talks about your maturity in the work ethic you have to kind of go where you've gone bench to start bench to start. what's the biggest key for you watching and now hacking the world that you're in at the moment could change in game for as well. i mean, i think the coaching staff and the players also just allowed me to play my game, you know to set up for other people to go out there being aggressive his core, you know and just try to put our teammates in the really good situation to score make a play and go out there and try to win game. so being able just to make the impact the way i can you know, it's it's cool to be a part of what you got to continue to keep winning games and then along the way there's only a day of rest between so what is the biggest key for you personally in your team as more rested you had the long rest and now you don't what's the biggest keep down the stretch in the series? just however, you know, go back to the drawing board. watch the film ask questions find ways to get better in our game plan. and you know, it's been a long season already. so just continue to write that way to baseball buster posey day at oracle one of the best to ever put on a giants uniform san francisco. hoping buster could bring some luck as they try to snap a
five-game slide his kids buster's kids throwing out the first pitch look at the form here and look at dad behind plate. that was cool friend. you what a moment for? father and his children the giants played inspired bottom one bases loaded for wilmer flores and that's a grand slam batted with the base loaded three times and had six rbi made it all count bottom two mauricio dubon scuffling a bit to start the year. this will feel good 400 feet to the veggie garden and center six three san francisco and still in the second darren roth looking to break out. there goes his first home run makes it eight three giants win 13-7 that five game losing streak is over a's and twins facing former a sonny gray minnesota catcher ryan jeffers trying to throw it out with andrews and watch out. gray went forenings didn't allow run run and avoided one baseball. the head james capriyan pitching great for oakland made one mistake, and it was this very last pitch of the day to jorge
polanco won. nothing twins on that swing of the bat oakland with tine and winning runs on in the night two out. and christian bettencourt strikes out a's lose one. nothing oakland has lost eight straight to the pitch. we got mexican heritage night in san jose is a quakes hosted, colorado. sport halftime 64th minute corner. kick and nathan puts it home for his first of the year quakes have the lead final minutes last chance for colorado. jt marston kowski says, no. thank you quakes get there second one of the year one. no, they've won two or three for interim head coach alex covello. hey, did you see this? what a shock rich strike came in with 80 to one odds and came on strong down the stretch epicenter with second. zandan third. rich strike with jockey sunny leone paid 160 to win on a $2
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