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? […]
The Jason Ross show kicked off with “Leading Off.” 1. Raiders WR Jacoby Ford could be out for the season. Should Reggie McKenzie give T.O. or Chad Johnson a call? 2. The Giants and A’s […]
Jason debuted a new segment called “Leading Off” with the big topics going on in sports: 1. The Raiders fall in their home opener, is it too early to panic? 2. The Seattle City Council […]
Jonny Gomes’ two-run home run in the eighth inning lifted the Oakland Athletics to a 5-4 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on Friday night.
The Grant Napear show kicked off on Tuesday with Grant talking about the passing of Andy Reid’s son and Andy’s roll as a Father to his sons. The response from callers didn’t draw a conclusive […]
Fox Sports’ Eric Karros was on with Jason today to talk about the second half of the MLB season. Eric first discussed what the Los Angeles Dodgers need to do in terms of making the […]
Today on the Grant Napear Show, Jason Ross filled in for Grant and talked a lot about Major League Baseball, the Oakland Athletics, San Francisco Giants and the 2012 Summer Olympics. Jason took calls about […]
Greg Amsinger of MLB Network joined to talk some baseball, with both the Oakland A’s and San Francisco Giants being among the most successful teams in the league. Rookie Yoenis Cespedes has led the charge […]
John Smoltz joined from the range for his weekly segment and discussed everything from news around Major League Baseball to Smoltz’s newly repaired shoulder and how it will affect his chances at winning the American […]
When Sean Doolittle started to throw bullpen sessions last summer to distract him from the frustration of another injury that derailed a once-promising career as a slugging first baseman, he never believed the transition from slugger to pitcher would go this smoothly.