Keidel: Tim Tebow Wants To Play Baseball... Why Do We Care So Much?Tim Tebow, a failed NFL player and aspiring MLB player, is fascinating for the strong opinions and feelings he sparks in sports fans.
Nationals Acquire Lefty Reliever Rzepczynski From AthleticsThe Washington Nationals have acquired left-handed reliever Marc Rzepczynski from the Oakland Athletics for minor league infielder Max Schrock.
Graveman Earns 10th Win, Athletics Take Series From IndiansKendall Graveman pitched into the seventh inning to become Oakland's first 10-game winner this season, and the Athletics beat the Cleveland Indians 5-1 Wednesday to win the series.
Beat LA: The Lo-Down - 8/23The Lo-Down fills in for Grant Napear and talks about NFL preseason, Giants vs Dodgers, and College Football, plus more on The Lo-Down exclusively on Sports 1140 KHTK daily form 12-3PM.
Jason: It's Time For The Giants To Start Playing Like ChampionsThe Giants have allowed 48 home runs in the second half and will begin play Tuesday one game behind the first place Dodgers.
A's Showing Fight: The Lo-Down - 8/22The Lo-Down fills in for Grant Napear and talk NFL preseason, UFC 202, and MLB. All that and more on The Lo-Down exclusively on Sports 1140 KHTK daily form 12-3PM.
The Sports Event(s) of the Summer: The Lo-Down - 8/19
Incriminating Text Messages: The Lo-Down - 8/18The Lo-Down fills in for Grant Napear and cover everything from the NFL to MLB and the stories that keep changing with Ryan Lochte. All that and more on The Lo-Down exclusively on Sports 1140 KHTK daily form 12-3PM.
"Fatigued is a Better Word": The Lo-Down - 8/17The Lo-Down fills in for Grant Napear to talk about NFL, SF Giants, and the Problems at the Olympics. All that and more on The Lo-Down exclusively on Sports 1140 KHTK daily form 12-3PM.
Dive for Gold: The Lo-Down- 8/16The Lo-Down fills in for Grant Napear today. The guys cover everything from the NFL, 49ers, Raiders, and Olympics. That plus more, on The Lo Down, heard only on Sports 1140 KHTK! Daily 12-3 PM
Could Papelbon, Gomez Be On Giants' Radar?Two former all-star players, who were released by their respective teams, could be on the Giants' radar to help hold on to the small lead in the division.
Better Late Than Never, Giants Sign Joe NathanNathan, 41, signed a minor league deal with the club on Tuesday, hoping to be called up to help their aching bullpen before September.