Empty Sac: Kings battle back only to come up short, lose to Magic 114-112

By Morris Phillips SACRAMENTO–Slow starts, heartbreaking finishes, the Kings have seen enough of those this season. But the reality is that’s what the Kings are about, and Monday’s heartbreaking 114-112 loss to the Magic–decided on Aaron Gordon’s three-point play with 1.1 seconds remaining–was another painful reminder. “You don’t want to come down to these one-pointContinue reading “Empty Sac: Kings battle back only to come up short, lose to Magic 114-112”

In A New York Minute: A’s go from winners to losers in game’s final, seven pitches, Yankees win 5-4

By Morris Phillips In New York, the subway is ever active, and a train is always coming. In the Bronx, that same certainty exists at Yankee Stadium: Murderers Row is now a nine-man cycle with a home run off a Yankees’ bat every 21 plate appearances. Yes, a Yankees’ home run is always coming, andContinue reading “In A New York Minute: A’s go from winners to losers in game’s final, seven pitches, Yankees win 5-4”

That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary: A’s Radio History, Can It Repeat Itself in 2019?

Photo credit: sportsradiopd.com By: Amaury Pi-Gonzalez In 1978, A’s owner Charlie O Finley gave the broadcast rights for free to the UC Berkeley campus radio station, KALX 90.7 FM, with Larry Baer and Bob Kozberg at the microphone, calling the action. That same season I was calling the weekend games in Spanish for the old KBRGContinue reading “That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary: A’s Radio History, Can It Repeat Itself in 2019?”

That’s Amaury News and Commentary: Old-School Al

Photo credit: Oakland A’s Spanish radio KIQI 1010; Amaury Pi-Gonzalez (pictured) was close friends with the late Al Dougherty, a salesman for KBRG 105.3 FM. By: Amaury Pi-Gonzalez OAKLAND–Al Dougherty passed on Friday September 7, 2018 in San Rafael, Calif. I knew Al for around 40 years. We met when he was top sales personContinue reading “That’s Amaury News and Commentary: Old-School Al”

Kings get winded at 5280 feet and lose to Denver 96-79

by Charlie O. Mallonee NBA teams have only a 33-percent chance of winning the second game of a back-to-back set on the road. Sacramento won in Dallas on Friday night. The odds were against them going into Denver on Saturday which is why they entered the game as a -12.5 point underdog. When the finalContinue reading “Kings get winded at 5280 feet and lose to Denver 96-79”

SJ Barracuda Games to be Broadcast on AM 1220 KDOW

By Mary Walsh The San Jose Barracuda have announced a broadcasting agreement with the AM radio station KDOW. The arrival of the AHL in California gives fans a chance to see more live hockey at a lower price point, but radio coverage continues to be a staple for any fan who wants to follow a team.Continue reading “SJ Barracuda Games to be Broadcast on AM 1220 KDOW”

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