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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.
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A local police officer has quite the connection to the World Series. He used to pitch for the Detroit Tigers, but is a giants fan at heart. Officer Kurt Knudsen is now […]
Today on the Grant Napear Show, there was lots of talk about performance enhancing drug use and Bartolo Colon’s suspension. Grant took calls about steroid use in high school, the punishments in Major League Baseball […]
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 […]
Grant visited with Joe Buck of Fox Sports, previewing the playoff races in Major League Baseball and talking about Buck’s longtime partner Tim McCarver. McCarver will be enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame this […]
Today’s show came from Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course in preparation for this weekend’s American Century Celebrity Golf Championship and kicked off a week-long, interview-packed stint for Grant at the tournament. Joe Theismann was the first […]
Kunal Merchant, Executive Director of Think Big Sacramento, called in today to speak on Johnson’s proposal to look into getting a Major League Baseball team in Sacramento. Merchant said Think Big’s goal is bigger than […]
Mayor Kevin Johnson announced the formation of an exploratory committee to look at the viability at bringing a major league baseball team to the River City.
With his first major league home run, Yoenis Cespedes helped the Oakland Athletics gain a split of their season-opening series against the Seattle Mariners.
San Francisco Giants president and CEO Larry Baer hinted Saturday there might not be a swift resolution regarding his club’s territorial rights in the South Bay and whether the Oakland Athletics will be allowed to relocate to San Jose.
Pablo Sandoval’s portion sizes and weigh-in statistics always seem to be a hot topic this time of year. He understands it – and he doesn’t much care anymore.
San Francisco Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford knows the starting job is his to lose in 2012. That’s a big reason why he is among a handful of Giants position players already working out at Scottsdale Stadium a week before the first full-squad session.
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