Tim Jeffreys


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I moved to the Bay Area in 1989 and have been fortunate to be a part of the in rock radio scene since. As avid golfer, skiing fanatic, and cycling maven, I have found that the Bay Area fits my personality and lifestyle perfectly. My favorite golf course is Callippe Preserve, my favorite ski mountain is Heavenly, and I like riding my road bike along the coast, or exploring trails in the hills above Los Gatos on my mountain bike. I live in Pleasanton and love it because I am between San Jose and San Francisco, and whether I am going to a Sharks game at The Tank or a concert in the city it’s the same distance, plus I am an hour closer to Tahoe! Some of my most memorable concerts were seeing the Eagles at the Shoreline Amphitheater in 1994 during their “Hell Freezes Over Tour”- easily the most people I have seen at the Shoreline. I also “got lucky”, and was able to attended one of the 20 sold out shows Tom Petty did at the Fillmore in 1997.

Leah Pritchett-Top Fuel Racer

I got a chance to talk to Leah Pritchett, the 28 year old driver of the Papa John’s Top Fuel Dragster racing this weekend at the Toyota NHRA Sonoma Nationals at Sonoma Raceway.  In her brief Top Fuel NRHA career, she has acompished a lot:  •             Pritchett is currently third …

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Warriors Commit To 331.8 Million Dollars

The Golden State Warriors officially signed contracts today with Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Andre Iguodala, Shaun Livingston, Zaza Pachulia and David West. That’s 331.8 million dollars committed to keeping the Warriors the best team in the NBA.  However, even with these signings, The Warriors still don’t have the highest payroll …

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NHRA Rocks Sonoma

One of my favorite sporting events is just few days away, as the top drag racers in the world come to Sonoma Valley for the 30th annual Toyota NHRA Sonoma Nationals. Top Fuel dragsters and Funny Cars will cover the 1000 foot drag strip in less than 4 seconds hitting top …

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Learning from the Tour de France

I was watching a replay of Sunday’s stage 15 of the Tour de France- a 189.5km ride from Laissac-Severac l’Eglise to Le Puy-en-Velay. During the broadcast, one of the commentators pointed out that this area of France was famous for its lentils. Who knew, and that is why I love …

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TJ’s Summer Vacation

Thanks for letting me take a few days off for my summer vacation. I went to Paso Robles to play golf and drink wine. Mission accomplished. I played golf 6 out of 7 days, and visited some great wineries including: Daou, Justin, Opolo, Treana, Robert Hall, and Vina Robles. I …

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Demolition Derby

The Alameda County Fair wraps up another season with a great weekend of motor sports action. For third year, I will be the track announcer for the Demolition Derby weekend beginning at 7pm.  Each night festivities begin with crazy figure 8 racing at the action zone arena.  Friday July 7th …

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Madison Bumgarner Rehab in San Jose

A sold-out crowd of 4,444 fans showed up last night at San Jose Municipal Stadium  to watch San Francisco Giants ace Madison Bumgarner  pitch his second rehab start.  It didn’t go well. He allowed 8 hits and 9 runs in the 4th inning.  But hey it’s a rehab assignment right? And …

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Play Golf at Levi’s Stadium

The San Francisco 49ers stadium is turning into a golf course! . It’s called Stadium Links Golf. It started a few years ago in San Diego, and now it’s coming to the Bay Area.  Imagine yourself standing on tee boxes elevated hundreds of feet above while aiming at nine target …

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Skiing on the 4th of July

Typical 4th of July activities are BBQ, hitting the beach , swimming or boating, but this year- thanks to the record snowfall in the Sierra- you can go skiing. Yes skiing on the 4th of July at Squaw Valley.  Granted, it’s only one lift and 14 trails, but it is skiing in July!

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Giants Sweep Rockies

I went to my first Giants game of the season last night and it ended up going 14 innings! There were more birds than fans in the stands when the Giants finally got the winning run at 12 midnight. The Giants followed up last night’s game with another win today- first …

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