- Lauren Chiong, KHTK/Sacramento According to some humorous and bizarre tweets from baseball-turned-reality-star Jose Canseco, he’d like to sell his “slightly used middle finger,” the same one he recently blew off his hand while cleaning […]
The Grant Napear Show opened after the conclusion of the A’s-Mets game, beginning with discussion of the Giant’s winning their protest concerning last night’s delay debacle at Wrigley Field. The Giants and Cubs will resume […]
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) The Oakland Athletics have acquired minor league right-hander Deck McGuire from the Toronto Blue Jays for cash. The A’s said Friday that McGuire will be optioned to Triple-A Sacramento. The 25-year-old McGuire […]
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) The Oakland Athletics say they are stopping negotiations to extend their lease at the Coliseum. A’s President Michael Crowley issued the statement Wednesday after the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority said the team […]
Deuce and J-Ross reflected back on the Kings season and looked ahead to what some of the pressing issues are for the team after another 28-win season. If you had to choose one, would you […]
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Even after every momentum swing, dramatic hit and terrible relief performance in an 11-inning game, the Oakland Athletics still were unshakably confident somebody would pull them through.
Grant broadcasted live from the Moda Center in Portland, where the Kings will take on the Blazers at 7 p.m. Grant opened up the show talking about the A’s victory over the Twins and the […]
Grant opened the show discussing the use of challenges in Major League Baseball. Callers talked about the Giants’ loss to the Diamondbacks, Tiger Woods’s back injury, and the Kings’ matchup with the Lakers. Stu Lantz, […]
Grant tipped off the show discussing Isaiah Thomas’s dominate 4th quarter performance last night against Oklahoma City and the Kings’ progress this year. Callers talked about the Kings and this week’s matchup between the 49ers […]
The A’s won their 16th division title in 2013, but bowed out with a disappointing ALDS loss (again).
Oakland was just nine outs away from getting to the American League Championship Series for only the second time since 1992, but the bullpen couldn’t keep it together.
Oakland was up 3-0 in the fourth, but the Tigers tied it up. Right away, the A’s took the lead back and never let go of it in Game Three.