On Thursday night, KPIX 5/The CW 44 Cable 12 and CBS SF Radio held their 8th Annual Black History Month reception at the stations…
Greetings from Pebble Beach and the AT&T Pro-Am. Going from the Super Bowl to a PGA tour stop is like going from Mardi Gras to Tombstone. For those who say Tiger Woods’ participation doesn’t matter I’ve got a half-empty press room to show you.
Three days before the Super Bowl I was in the CBS compound and posed one final question to a producer. “What happens in the event of a power outage?” The producer’s response was an expression of disbelief as if to say, “Did you really just ask me that question?”
CBS 5 sportscasters Dennis O’Donnell and Vern Glenn will be webcasting live Monday through Friday nights from 7:30 to 8 p.m. from the hottest sights in New Orleans on cbsSF.com.
Three weeks ago Colin Kaepernick could have been the caddy for John Daly. I mean, NOBODY knew who this guy was outside of the Bay Area. Suddenly, he’s Joe Montana. No, wait, he can run. He’s Steve Young!
The Oakland A’s run into the postseason reminds us that it’s not always about a high payroll. Not always about luxury suites. Not always about what we don’t have, but rather what we do.
Sunday night’s game two ended with Detroit reliever Al Alburquerque snagging a comebacker, and kissing the baseball before throwing it to first base for the final out. The kiss was seen as a classless act by some A’s player.
When Giants outfielder Melky Cabrera was sent packing along with his supply of steroids, I had Marty Lurie on Gameday. He thought the Giants would have to do something to compensate for losing a bat in the line-up that produced a .346 batting average, testosterone or no.
One more note on replacement officials, and let this be a memo to management everywhere.
What a weekend. The Giants are in prime position to win the West, the A’s are the greatest story in baseball, and the 49ers marched into Lambeau Field and sent a stern message that THEY are the team to beat in the NFC.