FULL SHOW The Padres Dale Thayer threw his bubble gum at Hector Sanchez last night, it hit him in the elbow. This was all because Hector decided to do a bat flip after hitting a […]
FULL SHOW The Indiana Pacers are honoring the 30th anniversary of “Hoosiers” and will be wearing replica HICKORY jerseys this year. This is really cool, and in honor of that, our LIST today, (Best Jerseys […]
Joe Stiglich, CSN California insider for the Oakland A’s, joined the Grant Napear Show during Thursday’s third segment. The two discussed the A’s current four-game winning streak, and Joe also mentioned Stephen Vogt’s injury, explaining […]
(AP) – If the Detroit Tigers’ losing streak is going to come to an end Thursday, it’s going to have to happen with a pitcher coming off a start infamous on levels unseen in more than […]
DETROIT (AP) No matter how badly things are going for the Oakland Athletics, they have a good feeling every fifth day. That’s when Sonny Gray takes the mound, and they usually have their best shot […]
FULL SHOW The Oakland A’s are hot and we talk to Roxy Bernstein about the current play of the A’s and if it’s sustainable. Loyd McClendon had a meltdown last night which prompted THE LIST. […]
Oakland A’s start a six-game trip with a 3-10 record against Central opponents.
Ken Korach, the radio voice of the Oakland Athletics, joined the Grant Napear Show during segment eleven of Tuesday’s show to discuss his return to the booth. The two talked about the A’s recent win […]
(AP) – The Detroit Tigers have been nearly unbeatable with David Price on the mound while the Oakland Athletics have baseball’s worst record against left-handed starters. Price will try to help the Tigers avoid a fourth […]
(AP) – While the Oakland Athletics expected Ben Zobrist to provide a versatile glove and reliable bat, he hasn’t been around the past month as things turned south. The veteran may give the disappointing A’s […]
Great Moments In Baseball History: The 1972 Oakland A’s Bring World Series Title To Bay Area For The First Time Ever
The New York Giants moved west in 1958, and the Kansas City Athletics joined them in the Bay Area a decade later. Both franchises had enjoyed successes in the east, winning five World Series apiece in New York and Philadelphia, respectively. But the first 18 combined seasons in Northern California saw both teams come up short of the promised land. All that changed in 1972 when the Oakland A’s won the first of three straight World Series championships.
Grant talks about the NBA Draft Lottery for the Kings with Vlade Divac representing Sacramento at the lottery. Grant takes a look around the MLB with a lot of divisions struggling besides the AL Central. […]