Marcas Grant, Author at Through The Fence Baseball

Marcas Grant

Marcas Grant is a geek who enjoys cartoons, baseball, beer and kung fu movies. Not necessarily in that order. He was an update anchor for Sporting News Radio and has written for NFL.com. After growing up in the Bay Area, Marcas currently lives in Los Angeles where he can be alternately delighted by and frustated over his beloved USC Trojans and L.A. Dodgers.

By Marcas Grant On Saturday, May 21st, 2011
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Q&A with Roger Arrieta: His plea to Mark Cuban to “Save The Dodgers”

Can Mark Cuban be lured to the table to save the Los Angeles Dodgers? Roger Arrieta is doing his best to make it happen. (Greg Nelson/SI) You may have heard that things aren’t going so well for the Los Angeles More...

By Marcas Grant On Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

The NL West: Where offense goes to die

Cody Ross, like many NL West hitters, has been brought to his knees by opposing pitchers this season. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh) What in the name of Jose Uribe is going on here? No one expected the National League West More...

By Marcas Grant On Wednesday, May 11th, 2011

Will the real Mat Latos please stand up?

Mat Latos hasn't given the Padres much to smile about. (Getty Images) This was supposed to be the year that Mat Latos announced his presence with authority. The young right-hander with more heat than an Arizona More...

By Marcas Grant On Monday, April 11th, 2011
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Matt Kemp is laying the seeds for an MVP season

When Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp walked three times in L.A.’s 2-1 Opening Day win over the San Francisco Giants, we should have seen this coming. Or maybe we should have caught a clue when Kemp almost More...

By Marcas Grant On Sunday, April 10th, 2011

Dustin Moseley’s tough luck should make Padres optimistic

If it wasn’t for hard luck, San Diego Padres starter Dustin Moseley would have no luck at all. The right-hander is 0-2 with a 2.08 ERA and sporting a grand run support total of zero. That’s right, in More...

By Marcas Grant On Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

Aaron Harang looks ready to make himself at home in San Diego

You can certainly go home again, but if you’ve been gone for awhile, it may take some time to get comfortable. If you’re Aaron Harang, “some time” is equal to three innings. That’s how long More...

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