After almost being moved to Florida, the San Francisco Giants opened a new era in their long history with the arrival of left fielder Barry Bonds. In one of the last great pennant races before the major leagues added wild-card teams to the playoffs, the Giants won 103 games—and missed the postseason anyway, thanks to a Game 162 loss against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
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.
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 […]
Six-time all-star and former Giants first baseman Will Clark joined Jason on the day of game one of the World Series to discuss the keys to the Giants holding up the trophy and he tells […]
It was World Series Wednesday on The Jason Ross Show as we get ready for Game 1 of the Fall Classic. Why did the Detroit columnist rip San Francisco and can the Giants bats get […]
After Cardinals outfielder’s hard slide that eventually took San Francisco Giants second baseman Marco Scutaro out of Game 2, the infielder is ready to start Game 3 and holds no ill feelings towards the opposition.
Dave Starts the Show with a recap of his birthday weekend and how he does not like strip clubs. Dave recaps the sports weekend. In the 4th segment Dave interviews his sports idol Will Clark. […]