The nicknames endure: Will the Thrill, “Chili” Davis, The Candy Man and HacMan. The 1987 San Francisco Giants won the team’s first division crown since 1971 and were so close to making the franchise’s first World Series since 1962, but the magic ran out in Games Six and Seven of the National League Championship Series in St. Louis and the team would have to wait two more years for a return to the Fall Classic.
Former Niners RB Roger Craig joins The Deuce and Jason Ross Show to talk about Jim Harbaugh’s coaching future in San Francisco, Colin Kaepernick and why he has so many elements to his game and […]
By: Morgan Ragan The Kings celebrated Bollywood Night and handed the Lakers their 50th loss on Wednesday night, 107-102. Rookie Ray McCallum stepped up for the Kings scoring a career-high 27 points and added five […]
Grant opened the show recapping Wild Card Weekend, including the 49ers’ win over the Packers. Callers talked about Colin Kaepernick, the 49ers’ defense, and the Carolina Panthers. Charles Davis, NFL on FOX and NFL Network […]
Keith and Dave previewed the weekend in sports, including the Raiders hosting the Titans, and the Kings heading to LA for consecutive games against the Lakers and Clippers. The guys talked with Kings GM Pete […]
Keith and Carmichael Dave opened up the show with the “Morning After” going over some of the top highlights from Thursday including the ugly Jets-Pats game, the A’s hammering the Twins and the Giants loss […]
Former 49ers running back Roger Craig joined Keith Brooks and Carmichael Dave to preview the big 49ers-Seahawks game, the 49ers’ biggest rival, playing with Joe Montana and his upcoming Rock-N-Roll marathon.