San Francisco Giants
Wednesday, Dave, Deuce and Morgan talk about game one of the Western Conference Finals, the NBA Draft Lottery and Marc Davis talking about keeping the Raiders in Oakland. Former Giants legend Will Clark joins the […]
Getting back to basics is working for Brandon Belt and the San Francisco Giants.
The Giants activated right fielder Hunter Pence off the disabled list Saturday, giving the defending World Series champions a big boost to their struggling offense.
After moving to the West Coast in 1958, the Giants baseball organization wasn’t very successful. They’d lost the 1962 World Series in seven games to the New York Yankees, but it was almost a decade later before San Francisco made the playoffs again. Willie McCovey was 33, and Willie Mays was 40. So, it was a young star—Bobby Bonds—who led this Giants squad to the first National League West division title in team history.
(AP) – The Cincinnati Reds have added another impressive arm to their rotation, but Johnny Cueto continues to be the most reliable. Cueto tries to put the Reds back above .500 on Thursday night in the […]
SACRAMENTO (KHTK Sports 1140 AM) – Barry Bonds, the home run champion and former left fielder for the San Francisco Giants, is filing a grievance with Major League Baseball with a claim that MLB owners […]
You could feel the excitement in the ballpark a two-time World Series champ Hunter Pence took to the field.
Grant talks more MLB baseball featuring A-Rod now above Willie Mays on the all time home run list, the struggles of the Oakland A’s, and how the Giants have worked their way back to .500 […]
San Francisco Giants star Hunter Pence started his rehab assignment with the Sacramento River Cats on Friday before a packed house at Raley Field.
Grant continued the accusations made by Lesean McCoy regarding Chip Kelly, the former Eagles running back that called his former coach racist in his management of the team. Then, MLB Network’s Kevin Millar joined the […]
Many current San Francisco Giants fans won’t remember the team’s first appearance in the World Series after moving from New York City, but the 1962 team was something special: Willie Mays was just one of many iconic players on this squad that took the mighty New York Yankees to the ninth inning of Game Seven before coming up just short.
Today, the Say Hey Kid turns 84 years old. Let’s take a look at his best moments.