Today on the Grant Napear Show, there was a lot of talk about the MLB Postseason and week seven of the NFL. Callers talked about the San Francisco 49ers, Alex Smith and the Sacramento Kings. […]
Tim McCarver from Fox Sports was on with Grant to talk about the NLCS between the San Francisco Giants and St. Louis Cardinals. Tim discussed what Barry Zito must do to be successful in game […]
John Smoltz from MLB Network joined Grant today to talk about the MLB Postseason. First, John talked about the ALCS and what happened to the Yankees that caused them to get swept by the Tigers. […]
Former Giants MVP Jeff Kent joined Jason and explained why the Giants will win the World Series.
Against all odds, the San Francisco Giants beat the Cincinnati Reds to advance to the NLCS. When asked what got them to this point, the answer is always the same: playing for the guy beside them.
With Cain on the mound and the opponent’s starter out after one batter, the San Francisco Giants were still unable to squeak out a win.
Thursday’s edition of The Jason Ross show started with “Leading Off.” 1. RG3 is the first rookie ever to win NFL player of the week in his first week of action. How good is he? […]
John Smoltz from MLB Network joined Jason today to talk about the surging Oakland Athletics, and their hot Bay Area counterpart, the San Francisco Giants. Smoltz and Jason first talked about the ACC Golf Championship […]
J.D. Martinez wasted little time when he stepped into the batter’s box after Barry Zito walked three consecutive batters to open the third inning.
Kirk Gibson asked Ian Kennedy if he could keep going, and Arizona’s ace delivered with a career-high 122 pitches.
Barry Zito has no success at Miller Park. Aramis Ramirez hit a three-run double in a six-run first inning, Jonathan Lucroy added a two-run homer in the second and the Milwaukee Brewers rocked Zito again Wedneysday in an 8-5 win over the San Francisco Giants.
Who would have thought, as the MLB season started, that the San Francisco Giants would lead the league in errors after six weeks? Up ’till now, defense has not been the Giants weakness, but after last nights debacle in Los Angeles, it would appear they’re riddled with weak spots on the field.