Alas, there will be no storybook ending with Bochy leading the Giants to another World Series championship.
That dream died months ago. However, it is very likely that Bochy will be involved in postseason baseball this year.
Just not in San Francisco. The Examiner has confirmed that no less than three networks are interested in having Bochy join their postseason coverage that begins on Oct.
It really should come as no surprise that a manager with three World Series rings, four pennants, 2, career wins and 25 years as a skipper in the NL West would be a prime candidate to share his baseball knowledge with any network.
Turner Sports has long been an advocate of hiring guest analysts to serve as part of their pregame shows and you can bet Bochy will get a call from Atlanta. All of the networks step up their games in the playoffs, and adding the right stars to the pre- and postgame shows can be as exciting as watching what happens at the MLB trade deadline.
They both make the most sense because they will be airing the most games. But, do not rule out MLB Network. Bochy has been a guest on their shows many times.
Plus, if he does not want to commit to doing an entire series he can just pop in and out without leaving the Bay Area. Channel Surfing Bay Area auto racing fans got a big time fix as IndyCar drivers were touring and showing up on both local sports talk radio stations as well as local TV sportscasts.
The drivers were in town promoting their annual stop in Northern California.
Today at a. First up, the Raiders are on the road facing Minnesota, with the FOX broadcast team of Dick Stockton on the play-by-play and Mark Schlereth handling the color for the game.
A rare two-game series down in Anaheim, where they will face the Angels, then the last three regular season contests will take place in Seattle, where they close things out with the Mariners. Sharks preseason hockey offers two broadcasts this week — Sept.
All the games can be heard on the Sharks SAP app. College football this week of interest: Cal gets an early start on the weekend with a Friday-night, nationally-televised game on ESPN, as they host Arizona State at p.
Saturday, Stanford is on the road to face Oregon State with a 4 p. If you find our journalism valuable and relevant, please consider joining our Examiner membership program.
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