Jen Mac Ramos

  • joined Oct 24, 2008
  • last login Jul 24, 2014
  • posts 38
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News reporter and freelance sports writer acquiring a degree in English and journalism in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Former San Jose Sharks digital media intern. Aspiring breaking news editor and long-form journalist.

Formerly walkoff baltimore chop.

A Fan Of...

  • MLB San Francisco Giants
  • NBA Sacramento Kings
  • NFL San Francisco 49ers
  • NHL San Jose Sharks
  • General Montréal Expos
  • La Liga FC Barcelona
  • Winter Olympics US Speedskating
  • EPL Liverpool FC & Sunderland AFC
  • MLS San Jose Earthquakes
  • FIFA Spain
User Blog

Madison Bumgarner welcomes you to the slam


Bumgarner's got a thing for hitting grand slams and making fellow pitchers look bad.

McCarthy to Yankees, Nuno to Diamondbacks


Yankees deal for Brandon McCarthy, while the Diamondbacks are left with Vidal Nuno and a contract.

Tony Gwynn: A look back at Mr. Padre's career


Tony Gwynn, a San Diego Padres legend, lost his fight with cancer on June 16, but his career will not be soon forgotten.

Sharks vs. Avalanche: The Return of Hertl

Tonight is the last home game of the regular season for the Sharks and it's against one of the Central Division leaders, the Colorado Avalanche

Sharks vs. Jets: Quiet rumblings at the Tank

The Sharks return from a two-game road trip in Alberta to play ... another Canadian team.

Sharks vs. Ducks: Division lead up for grabs

The San Jose Sharks face the Anaheim Ducks for the first time since December, coming off a loss that makes no sense against the Florida Panthers.

2014 Team Previews: Los Angeles Dodgers


The Los Angeles Dodgers look forward to another season contending for the NL West crown.

David Eckstein and SCRAP


A term that describes David Eckstein's style of play has been turned into a statistic of its own.

d'Arnaud: ready for the future?


Travis d'Arnaud looks to be the Mets' starting catcher this season, but could his history of injuries get in the way of a successful season?

The fall of Nick Markakis


In the mid-'00s, Nick Markakis quickly became one of the rising stars in baseball. Then, somehow, he fell off the radar and the Orioles signed OF/DH Nelson Cruz.

No reason to worry about Matt Cain


In 2013, the Giants' Matt Cain had an off year by his standards. But there's no reason to have serious concerns about his ability to pitch in 2014.

High expectations abound for Bryce Harper


Just what is a realistic expectation for the Washington Nationals slugger this season?

Matt Garza, Brewers ink deal


Free agent righty Matt Garza signs a four year deal with the Milwaukee Brewers worth $52 million

Hudson's place in Giants rotation


Earlier this offseason, the San Francisco Giants signed Tim Hudson to a two year, $23 million contract. Now, the question is where he belongs in the rotation.

Carlos Gonzalez: more than a Coors Field product?


The Rockies outfielder has been thought of as a product of Coors Field's reputation as a hitter-friendly park. But 2013 might've been the beginning of disproving that notion.

Mark Mulder attempts MLB comeback


After five years away from the MLB, lefty Mark Mulder is attempting a comeback with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on a minor league deal.

Mike Mussina: Hall of Fame worthy


His name doesn't necessarily evoke instant Hall of Fame reactions, but there are a lot of reasons why it should.

Giants fill left field gap, sign Michael Morse


The Giants completed their starting outfield for 2014 by signing Michael Morse to play left field. But can they count on his defense?

J.P. Arencibia: The newest Ranger


Does Arencibia have a chance of being the starting catcher for the Rangers in 2014?

Doug Fister traded to the Washington Nationals


The Nationals acquired righty Doug Fister -- but does it mean that the Tigers' rotation will suffer?


Adjusting minor league park factors

The formula for park factors assumes that fielders and pitchers are of major league caliber or are, at the very least, replacement level and major league ready. The difference with the minor...

This one's for Howie.


This one's for Howie.


Torture: It’s Magic Inside

The 2010 San Francisco Giants: they’re not your average ballclub. They’re more akin to a merry band of misfits, as they have been called by the press, who have nothing in common but one goal. And...


OT: Triple-A All-Star Game/ESPYS/OT Open Thread

AAA All-Star Game is on, and so are the ESPYS. Brock Bond's playing for the PCL team and I believe Steve Edlefsen is there, too. I don't know anything about what's going on in the ESPYS, though....

MadBum is mad. This was the second time in the game where he had argued with the ump, and throwing...


MadBum is mad. This was the second time in the game where he had argued with the ump, and throwing the ball into centerfield after being tossed didn't help matters. There is a possibility he may be suspended, according to Guy Haberman.


Pictures: Nashville Sounds @ Fresno Grizzlies 5/20/10

I went to the Grizzlies game last Thursday for the sole reason of seeing Carlton Banks in person. (Lame reason, but, whatever. I love The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.) Alright, that's not entirely the...

Tim's commercial for SportsCenter. I posted this in the gamethread, but I figured I'd make a...


Tim's commercial for SportsCenter. I posted this in the gamethread, but I figured I'd make a fanshot for those who didn't see it.

Tim got a haircut.


Q: Have you gotten a haircut lately? TL: Yeah, I got a haircut a week and a half ago. Q: That's kind of disappointing to hear. TL: I didn't cut much off. It was just getting unhealthy. A lot of people know, if you grow out your hair long enough, you're going to get dead ends, so you're going to have to cut those off.

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