MLB Network’s Greg Amsinger joins Grant to talk about Jose Fernandez in his season debut for the Marlins, Matt Cain’s debut for the Giants, the LA Dodgers, and more.
Grant talks more on the 30 for 30 documentary about Sacramento’s fight to keep the Kings, the standings in the NL West despite the Giants’ rough start, and the Golden State Warriors. Grant goes around […]
Grant talks a little Stanley Cup playoffs, the Giants vs Dodgers series in LA, and the NFL Draft. Grant discusses the NBA playoffs and the effects that Mike Conley’s injuries have on the Memphis Grizzlies […]
Grant shares his opinion on the Scott Brooks firing and the affect that it will have on the Oklahoma City Thunder roster. Also Grant talks about the Giants and Dodgers rivalry, Chris Webber, and the […]
Grant talks about the deal that the Thunder had years ago to trade away James Harden to Houston as well as the firing of their head coach Scott Brooks and the effects that it will […]
Grant talks more about the NFL Draft and former busts over the years for different teams. He looks back at the NFL Draft 3 years ago and gives his opinions on how they turned out. […]
Who would have thought, as the MLB season started, that the San Francisco Giants would lead the league in errors after six weeks? Up ’till now, defense has not been the Giants weakness, but after last nights debacle in Los Angeles, it would appear they’re riddled with weak spots on the field.
By Frank Luna Been hearing lots of talk lately about the Dodger/Giant rivalry being dead. Of course most of this talk comes from Giant fans themselves, feeling pretty awesome with a World Series Championship banner […]
By Frank L. As Owner Frank McCourt slowly loses his grip on the Dodgers the question for Northern Californians has to be, how bad do you feel about the imminent demise of the boys in […]
Los Angeles Police Department officials said in a statement that they are “satisfied with the results” of lineups that included a suspect jailed in the Opening Day beating of a San Francisco Giants fan in a Dodger Stadium parking lot.
The San Francisco Giants left Los Angeles having lost three of four games to the Dodgers for the first time since 2001 in a messy defensive series for the defending world champions.
The Dodgers’ newfound aggression on the basepaths paid off with a second straight victory over the defending World Series champions.