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Greg, who is originally from the Bay Area, moved to Fresno after finishing college at the University of California Riverside. He began at B95 in 1996 and hosted the Afternoon drive show before moving to Mornings and becoming a founding member of the Juice Crew in 2001. He loves to spend time with his kids, and is a huge football fan. Here is Greg repin' his beloved 49ers with his two girls, Tatiana (above) and Farrah (below).
, The Freak, The Beard and all their seed-throwing buddies are on top of baseball — again.
They may be under the radar, unappreciated and unexpected. But they're unassailable, the winner of two World Series titles in the last three years.
Their sweep of the , completed Sunday night with a 4-3, 10-inning win, was simply historic.
No team had swept a World Series since the 1990 .
No NL team had won twice in a three-year span since the Big Red Machine in 1975-76.
"I'm numb, really, the fact that we've won two World Series in the last three years," Giants manager said. "This will sink in, but right now, I'm kind of speechless on that."
This happens in the NL only slightly more often than appearances of Haley's Comet. They are just the fifth NL team to accomplish the feat since the 1907-08 , joining the 1921-22 , the of '44 and '46, the of '63 and '65, and that Big Red Machine.
And these Giants did it with small ball, becoming only the fifth big league team — and the first since the 1982 Cardinals — to win the title after finishing dead last in home runs during the regular season.
"Our guys had a date with destiny," Giants general manager said.
delivered one more key hit this October, a go-ahead single with two outs in the 10th inning against .
On a night of biting cold, stiff breezes and some rain, the Giants sealed the title when got Triple Crown winner to look at strike three for the final out.
"Tonight was a battle," said Giants catcher , the NL batting champion. "And I think tonight was a fitting way for us to end it because those guys played hard. They didn't stop, and it's an unbelievable feeling."
Posey, the only player in the starting lineup when San Francisco win the 2010 clincher at , celebrated with his teammates in the center of the diamond. In the clubhouse, they hoisted the trophy, passed it around and shouted the name of each player who held it.