Kansas City Royals
3RD HOUR–1ST SEG Eric Karros joined the show to breakdown the World Series.
2ND HOUR–1ST SEG We hit the Giants hard in this segment. The Giants have been enormously successful with a ton of different players and a couple staples. We break down why they have been so good […]
The Giants and Royals got to the World Series by playing better baseball than better teams. Which team will emerge as champion?
Grant was joined by Fox Sports’ Eric Karros during the second segment of the show. Eric discussed the World Series matchup between the Giants and Royals, choosing the Giants as narrow favorites because of their […]
The Grant Napear Show kicked off with discussion of the conclusion of the National League Championship Series between the Giants and Cardinals, Grant mentioning how Travis Ishikawa’s walk-off clincher reminded him of Chris Chambliss’ AlCS […]
1ST HOUR–1ST SEG The weekend was not happy to us Norcal sports fans. The Oakland Raiders got beat by the Arizona Cardinals, Keith and Mike D went to that game. The 49ers got pounded by […]
Two San Francisco Bay Area radio stations have caught Giants fever and will be refusing to play a popular song until the World Series ends.
The Kansas City Royals traded for starting pitcher James Shields before the 2013 season, giving up top hitting prospect Wil Myers.
The World Series between the Royals and Giants will feature two teams that didn’t even win 90 games during the regular season.
There’s a tune Tim Flannery once sung that he finds perfectly fitting to describe how his San Francisco Giants get the most out of themselves in the postseason. Old standbys like Buster Posey, Hunter Pence and […]
While many people know about the Giants, they are no rookie when it comes to the World Series having won two in the last four years, little is known about the Kansas City Royals. Here are five fun facts about America’s newest favorite team.
Baseball is trying to be pure again. And when you consider the final four teams in the MLB postseason, they did a good job. The Giants, Cardinals, Orioles and Royals aren’t considered members of the monetary aristocracy, at least not at the level of the Yankees, Red Sox, and Dodgers.