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Comcast Releases San Francisco Giants, Oakland Athletics Television Schedule

Comcast has released their 2011 television schedule for the Oakland A's and San Francisco Giants. We break it down.

Barry Bonds Ecstatic, Willie Mays Emotional After Giants Win The World Series

Two of the greatest San Francisco Giants, Barry Bonds and Willie Mays, were exuberant and emotional after the Giants won the 2010 World Series.

1-on-1 interview with A's Ace Duchscherer

Mychael Urban interview. Fascinating stuff. Duke really opened up about his struggles with depression. Most of the stuff said was the same as the ESPN article about his depression but it still is bold of him to discuss it on TV. The contract talk was interesting also, I was right that he was trying to play for a team on the East Coast to be closer to his son but I guess he didn't get a good enough offer or wasn't going to get the oppurtunity to pitch that he wanted.

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Video clips of Stephen Curry's introduction to the Golden State Warriors. Larry Riley and Don Nelson talk about the draft selection as well as the Amare Stoudemire trade rumors with the Phoenix Suns.

A Conversation With Rick Barry @ 6:30pm on CSN Bay Area airs tonight before the Warriors steal back...

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A Conversation With Rick Barry @ 6:30pm on CSN Bay Area airs tonight before the Warriors steal back Thunder from OKC. Barry ranks as one of the greatest Warrior of all time (if not THE greatest). He's always been known to be a little- well okay a LOT- outspoken, so I'll definitely be checking out the interview. Barry does rub many the wrong way, but there's no denying his wisdom. I really do miss his razor sharp and highly opinionated basketball analysis on KNBR. He always told it like he saw it. I'd much rather prefer his insights despite their sometimes bitter and acerbic taste to Bob Fitzgerald's on KNBR. Don't get me wrong, Fitz is an amazing play-by-play man and had a fantastic evening radio show on KNBR in the 90's. However, being an employee of the Warriors he has an obvious conflict on interest in running a radio talk show and offering analysis of the team. I've found his analysis and coverage of the Warriors on his show with Rod Brooks to be pretty biased and tied to the company line. Bring back Barry. Check the comments for a preview of some very candid thoughts from NBA Hall of Famer Rick Barry.
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