Gameday: Who's In Left?
Barry Bonds was the Giants left fielder for over a decade, but since his departure, San Francisco has yet to find a long-term replacement. KPIX sports director Dennis O'Donnell explains why the Giants have had so much turnover in left field. (3-14-17)
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Warriors Announce Season-Ticket PricingThe championship Golden State Warriors announced its new seat-licensing agreement for season ticket holders. Da Lin reports. (7-20-17)
Catch Of The DayKPIX Sports' Catch of the Day goes to Marcus Lessler, who nearly went home empty handed before pulling in this huge salmon off the coast of Stinson Beach. (7-20-17)
Raw Video: Bob Melvin On A's 7-2 WinA's manager Bob Melvin met with the media following the A's 7-2 win over the Rays on Wednesday. Oakland avoided being swept by Tampa Bay, but still finished the homestand 4-2. (7-19-17)
Raw Video: Sonny Gray Following A's 7-2 WinA's starting pitcher Sonny Gray won his third straight start, but with the trade deadline less than two weeks away, Wednesday may have been Gray's final start in an A's uniform. (7-19-17)
KNBR's Marty Lurie Joins Dennis O'Donnell On GamedayAs the Giants inch closer to the trading deadline, Marty Lurie discusses what players could be on the move by the end of the month. (7-17-17)
Local Sports-Talk Radio Host Battles Back From StrokeDamon Bruce is one of the most popular voices in Bay Area sports radio but, in April, Bruce almost lost that voice. Vern Glenn reports. (7-14-17)

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San Jose State Researchers Study Detwiler Wildfire SmokeA group of meteorologists from San Jose State University are collecting data from the huge wildfire burning near Yosemite in an effort to understand how such conflagrations create their own weather. Maria Medina reports. (7-20-17)
Photo Of Barefoot Space Invader On SFO-Bound Flight Goes ViralA San Francisco traveler got off on the wrong foot with a fellow air passenger and now the image she captured in-flight has gone viral. Joe Vazquez reports. (7-20-17)
Televised Parole Hearing Ends Happily For O.J. SimpsonAfter spending the past nine years behind bars, O.J. Simpson will soon be a free man. The former football star convinced a Nevada parole board that he should be released from prison. Betty Yu reports. (7-20-17)

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