With the March 1 deadline nearing for Mayor Kevin Johnson to submit a proposal to keep the Kings in Sacramento, Grant discussed Johnson’s appearance at the All-Star Game this past weekend and the confidence he […]
Wednesday on The Jason Ross show we talk about LeBron James becoming the first player in NBA history to play six straight games with 30 or more points and 60 percent or better from the […]
Spring is in the air and that means baseball is back. CBSSports.com Senior Baseball columnist Scott Miller joins Jason Ross to preview the Giants and talk about the A’s depth this upcoming season.
While the San Francisco Giants were extremely lucky to not have to face their opponent’s best pitcher in the playoffs this week due to a random injury, their counterparts in the East Bay were tremendously unfortunate to see the best pitcher on the planet twice — so it didn’t end well for the Oakland Athletics Thursday night, as they lost Game Five of their playoff series to see their season end all too soon.
No one should ever doubt the 2012 Oakland Athletics again, not after Wednesday night’s three-run ninth inning that shocked the Detroit Tigers and even up the teams’ American League Division Series at two games apiece. Game Five will be Thursday night at the O.co Coliseum, with the winner advancing to the AL Championship Series.
The Oakland A’s lost the first two games of their American League Division Series on the road to the Detroit Tigers, but now they come back home for the rest of the series. It’ll be up to these young Athletics to extend this series as long as they can at the Coliseum.
The Oakland A’s certainly don’t want to return to Oakland down two games to none, so the team will have to show the season-long resiliency they’ve demonstrated all of 2012 on Sunday at Comerica Park. Rookie Tommy Milone gets the ball for the team as they look to even up their playoff series with the Tigers.
The Oakland Athletics are back in the playoffs for the first time since 2006, and they have a chance to get some revenge on the team that knocked them out in the ALCS that year: the Detroit Tigers. But it won’t be easy in Game 1 against Justin Verlander.
It seems there are three faces of Oakland A’s pitcher and Stockton resident Dallas Braden.
The city of Stockton is under fire, and one of its hometown heroes has had enough. Violent crime in the city is so bad that A’s pitcher and Stockton resident Dallas Braden says he’s had enough.
Today on the Grant Napear Show, Jason filled in and discussed the upcoming week in the NFL as well as the Chicago Bears’ loss to Green Bay on Thursday night, the Oakland A’s and San […]
Thursday’s edition of The Jason Ross show started with “Leading Off.” 1. RG3 is the first rookie ever to win NFL player of the week in his first week of action. How good is he? […]