Major League Baseball
During the show’s final segment, a member of the MLB Hall of Fame’s newest class, John Smoltz, joined Grant. The former Brave talked with Grant about the feeling of hearing you have been elected […]
MLB Network personality Chris Rose joined Grant during his seventh segment to discuss the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame vote, Chris breaking down why Mike Piazza and Jeff Bagwell missed the cut on their […]
Grant’s Rant was a discussion of the MLB Hall of Fame vote, Grant approving of the voters leaving Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds off of their ballots, criticizing those who believe that players who lied […]
Grant continued talked about the upcoming clash between the Kings and Rockets during the show’s second segment, sizing up Sacramento’s current position in the standings with an opportunity to move back above .500 with a […]
The talk regarding the Oakland A’s and their overhauling offseason moves continued during the show’s fourth segment, Grant questioning why the A’s blow half of their roster up at the end of seemingly every season, […]
For country music superstar Jason Aldean, it all comes down to the strategy of baseball and the pageantry of college football.
Grant continued discussion regarding the World Series during Wednesday’s second segment, noting how extensively the Giants’ experience factors into their steady postseason play that continued in Game One of the World Series. Grant then addressed […]
The day’s installment of the Grant Napear Show opened with criticism of the Oakland Athletics’ play in last night’s American League Wild Card play-in game against the Kansas City Royals, Grant scoffing at the A’s […]
The breakout band riding high on the success of “Best Day of My Life” have few ideas of musicians who’d make great athletes, including Fall Out Boy drummer Andy Hurley.
MLB Analyst Tom Verducci breaks down his Hall-of-Fame ballot and why he didn’t vote for players from the Steroid Era.
WASHINGTON (AP) The Washington Nationals fired hitting coach Rick Eckstein on Monday, a move manager Davey Johnson called “a shocker” in spite of the team’s offensive woes this season. Washington entered Monday night’s game against […]
A perfect game only happens once in about 15,000 baseball games, so when Matt Cain pitched the Giants’ first, Paula Van Laar knew her husband needed a piece of history.