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When the game’s over, and the fans have filed out of the stadium, Ray Woodson takes the mic as the host of KNBR’s SportsPhone 680. Passionate about sports, “Woody” has that special ability to calm the masses when the Giants, Warriors or 49ers lose a close one, while at the same time, reminding his listeners they can’t plan for a championship parade following a close win early in the season. Ray knows from experiences that it’s a long season and people have to be patient. Nighttime shows are where opinions start to fly. Woody lets the callers express their thoughts on KNBR and its 50,000 watt signal which at night, reaches from Oregon to Arizona. When not in the studio, you might find Woody out on the golf course. He claims to have a 4 handicap, but we’ve never seen him play in one our station events. He says his favorite course is the one with three windmills, two volcanoes and one clown’s mouth.
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The Raiders shocked the football world last season, finishing with a 12-4 record. But expectations are high in 2017, and Ryan Covay chatted with Raiders beat writer for the San Francisco Chronicle Vic Tafur about what to expect from the silver & black.
Ryan Covay is joined by Brad Gagnon of the Bleacher Report to talk about some of the biggest story lines heading into the 2017 NFL season.
Host of the Locked On 49ers podcast Brian Peacock joins Ray to talk about some of the most notable and interesting players on the Niners roster as training camp begins.
MLB.com Giants beat writer Chris haft talks to Ray about the Giants options at the trade deadline. Plus, Chris reminisces about the career of soon to be hall of famer Jeff Bagwell.
KNBR.com's Kevin Jones talks to Ray about the 49ers outlook heading into Kyle Shanahan's first training camp as head coach.
Warriors TV voice and KNBR's own Bob Fitzgerald joins Ray to talk about JaVale McGee's return to Golden State and other big moves the Warriors have made this offseason.
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