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By Jon Becker | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: October 23, 2018 at 1:46 pm | UPDATED: October 23, 2018 at 2:03 pm Back in the days when the most idyllic spot for a baseball fan was next to a radio, Hank Greenwald was always there for Giants fans, painting a visual picture while using equal parts humor and storytelling. Those magical two-hour journeys endeared Greenwald to Bay Area fans for nearly two decades. It’s why many felt as though they’d lost a family member when they heard the 83-year-old Greenwald died in a San Francisco hospital on Monday. While he also called games for the Warriors and A’s, and even New York Yankees games for a couple of seasons, Greenwald’s legacy was tinged in orange and black. For better or worse, Greenwald was always there for Giants fans. From calling games during the franchise’s only 100-loss season in 1985 to describing the Giants winning their first pennant in 27 years in 1989, Hank was … [Read more...] about Reactions to Giants announcer Hank Greenwald’s death
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The 2000 NFL Draft is perhaps best known for taking 198 picks to get to Michigan quarterback Tom Brady.Yes, Brady fell all the way to the sixth round, making the rest of the league look silly, but what about the rest of the draft?The first round had some noteworthy players, some of whom had some pretty successful careers. Unfortunately, other picks didn't pan out so well.Here's a look at the first 31 picks in the 2000 NFL Draft and where they are today.Emmett Knowlton contributed to this report. 62 PHOTOS Where the first-round picks from Tom Brady's draft are now See Gallery Where the first-round picks from Tom Brady's draft are now The Browns picked Penn State defensive end Courtney Brown with the first pick in the draft. (Photo by M. David Leeds/ALLSPORT via Getty Images) Brown is widely considered one of the biggest draft busts of all time. He lasted until 2005, but never lived up to the hype he had coming out of college. He now does missionary work in the … [Read more...] about What ever happened to the first round picks in Tom Brady’s infamous 2000 NFL Draft?