5 Things: Two Playoff-Bound Teams Soaring HighThe Arizona Diamondbacks and the Cleveland Indians are in the midst of double-digit winning streaks, while the Los Angeles Dodgers finally get a dose of reality. Here's what you might have missed last week in MLB action while you were enjoying a very hot Labor Day Weekend.
5 Things: MLB Stars Chase Big Records In Cincinnati And MiamiIt was a record-chasing week, as Giancarlo Stanton and Joey Votto were looking at breaking some all-time records. Neither ended up matching the historic marks, but it sure was fun to watch them try.
5 Things: A's, Giants Split 2017 Bay Bridge Series While Dodgers Continue To RollEven though Oakland and San Francisco are not having good seasons, the two teams still provide plenty of excitement when they get together on the diamond like they did last week in the Bay Area. Oh, and the Dodgers could be historically good in 2017, too.
5 Things: San Francisco Sellout Streak Stopped At 530 GamesEvery home game the San Francisco Giants have played since October 1, 2010, had been a sellout until last week.
The Open; The Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie - 7/20On the Thursday edition of The Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie, hear the fellas break down just how good the Los Angeles Dodgers are, their belief on who the starting 5 of the Kings will be next season, as well as speak to NBC Sports Seth Everett about the MLB trade deadline approaching.
Keidel: Clayton Kershaw, MLB's Best Pitcher, Should Not Win NL MVPWould it be fair to award Clayton Kershaw the NL MVP, should he earn it, when Bryce Harper can't win the Cy Young?
5 Things: West Coast Rookies Make MLB HistoryThe Los Angeles Dodgers and the Oakland Athletics experienced some historic moments last week as first-year players dominated the headlines for both teams—and the entire baseball nation—and setting some records in the process.
5 Things: Despite Losses To Cubs, Giants Become First To Score Earned Runs Off Wade Davis In 2017This season isn't looking too good for the San Francisco Giants, but they did disrupt Davis' perfect season.
5 Things: Rivalries Old And New Bring Excitement To BaseballThe Team of the 2010s in Major League Baseball certainly has been the San Francisco Giants with their three World Series titles. But things aren't looking good in S.F. this spring, despite wins against its biggest rival.
5 Things: A Tale Of Two Cities, From First To WorstJust a few seasons ago, the Kansas City Royals and the San Francisco Giants met in a epic, seven-game World Series. After last week in Major League Baseball, they are the worst two teams in baseball.
Games on Tap; The Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie 4/25On the Tuesday edition of the Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie. the fellas break down the 3 games on the NBA playoffs slate, how the Golden State Warriors looked dominant with the radio voice of the Dubs Tim Roye, plus some NFL draft preview with Rob Rang of CBS Sports and the voice of 49ers Ted Robinson.
5 Things: MLB Celebrates History In Both Chicago And Los AngelesLast week, there were some memorable moments around MLB, with the biggest moments coming in the Windy City and the City of Angels. Here are 5 things you might have missed.
30 Players: Dodgers Will Limit Innings For Future Ace Julio UriasThe Dodgers hope to break their World Series drought and a young arm could help them do just that.
Dodgers Officially Sign Longtime Giants Reliever Sergio RomoReliever Sergio Romo officially signed a $3 million, one-year deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Dodgers Acquire OF Brett Eibner From A's For Minor LeaguerThe Dodgers have acquired outfielder Brett Eibner from the Oakland Athletics.