Thursday, April 19, 2012

04/19 - NFL Draft Preview Show with Larry Krueger and Patrick Connor Hour 2

Hour 2 of the NFL Draft Special with Larry Krueger and Patrick Conner. Guests include former Stanford player Coby Fleener, Greg Cosell and Kevin Lynch.

04/19 - NFL Draft Preview Show with Larry Krueger and Patrick Connor Hour 1

Hour 1 of the NFL Draft Special with Larry Krueger and Patrick Conner. Hour 1 features 49ers defensive coach Jim Tomsula.

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

4/18 - Nick Cafardo, Boston Globe National Baseball Columnist

The great Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe joins Gary and Larry to talk about the Red Sox failings, Bobby V putting his foot in his mouth and we then take a quick look around the league as well. No mentions of Cody Ross.

4/17 - Randy Hahn, Sharks TV Play-by-Play

Randy Hahn join us to talk about the Game three loss to the Blues, what he expects might be in store in terms of lineup changes and what Sharks need to do to take Game four.

Monday, April 16, 2012

4/16 - Marcos Breton, Sacramento Bee

The great and longtime columnist for the Sacramento Bee, Marcos Breton, joins the show to talk about the Kings, Mayor Kevin Johnson and the Maloofs.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

4/12 - Dan Rusanowsky, Sharks Radio Play-by-Play

Live from St. Louis, Dan Rusanowsky joins us to talk about playoff beards, Jumbo Joe, Little Joe, medium sized Logan Couture, and what the Sharks are going to have to do to beat the Blues this series.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

4/11 - Delanie Walker, 49ers TE

Delanie Walker joins Larry to talk about some of the 49er players and the search for the missing teen Sierra LaMar and how people can help with the effort. He delves into the search and talk about his young son as well.

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4/11 - Ric Bucher, ESPN the Magazine

Live from Cleveland on the heels of Bobcats and the

But anyway Ric Bucher talks to us about long suffering Warrior fans and what happened to Lamar Odom in Dallas. He also talks about the viability of Odom to the Warriors.

4/11 - Larry Baer, Giants President

Larry Baer joins Larry Kreuger for a big time Giants discussion on the urban development at Mission Bay, Matt Cain's contract, Tim Lincecum and also his thoughts on Ozzie Gullien as well.

4/10 - Todd Husak, Stanford Football Analyst

For all your NFL and upcoming draft needs former Stanford QB Todd Husak joins Larry in studio for a couple of segments to chat about Andrew Luck, Coby Fleener and what the 49ers maybe looking at come April 26th.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

4/10 - John Shea, SF Chronicle National Baseball Writer

John Shea, of SF Chronicle fame joins Larry to talk about Zito, Zito, and Zito. John tells us how unexpected his start was, if he can keep it up, what Brandon Belt's benching means and then delves into Ozzie Gullien and what A's outfielder Yoensis Cespedes thinks about the statement from Ozzie.

4/10 - Joe Rose, Morning Host at WQAM in Miami

The great Joe Rose of NBC 6 and WQAM in Miami joins Larry to talk about the Ozzie Guillen's statement in Time Magazine, the reaction of the Cuban community and whether Ozzie will keep his job.

Thursday, April 5, 2012

4/5 - Mike Silver, Yahoo Sports

In a Yahoo Sports Exclusive, Mike Silver broke the story about Gregg Williams and the audio from the night before the NFC playoff game against the 49ers and he joins Gary and Larry to talk about how the audio was found, what it means about the Saints appeal and if Gregg Williams will ever coach in the NFL again.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

4/4 - Shooty Babitt, Scout/Analyst Comcast Sportsnet

The huggable Shooty Babitt, joins Larry and Gary to talk about opening day, Yoenis Cespedes, Matt Cain's contract, Brandon Belt and the embrace he and Larry had at the ballpark. A lot of love today.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

4/5 - Bobby Evans, Giants VP of Baseball Operations

The man behind the Matt Cain deal, Bobby Evans, joins Gary and Larry to talk about how a deal is done. He talks about the process between two sides, if they were willing to pay more, would they have traded Cain if a deal wasn't reached and what locking up a home grown player means to the organization.