‘Sal and Steiny’: with Peter Hartlaub, SF Chronicle pop culture critic

We had a lot of fun doing this week’s podcast — with San Francisco Chronicle pop culture critic Peter Hartlaub. If you don’t know Peter, he’s an expert when it comes to all things San Francisco/Oakland/Bay Area.

We talked to him a lot about the sports history in the Bay Area, but we also hit on all kinds of things — the Hamm’s beer sign and what ever happened to it, the time Randy Cross got hurt at Marine World, the domed stadium in San Francisco that never came to fruition, life in the archives at the Chron, and way more.

If there’s one thing Hartlaub has tons of perspective on it’s the Bay Area and its sports teams 49ers season tickets have been in the Hartlaub family for decades and he’s still very much ready, willing and able to come around on Jed York and the team again. Hartlaub also dissects the Warriors’ move to San Francisco and the team’s history all over the Bay Area.

LINK TO “SAL AND STEINY PODCAST,’ WITH PETER HARTLAUB, POP CULTURE CRITIC FOR THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE.

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About Steinmetz

Matt Steinmetz is a veteran San Francisco Bay Area sports journalist. He covered the Golden State Warriors for Bay Area News Group for more than a decade before becoming a television analyst with Comcast SportsNet Bay Area. Steinmetz currently co-hosts the "Warriors WrapUp" show and "NBA This Week" on 95.7-FM The Game, the franchise's flagship station, in San Francisco. He also co-hosts the Sal and Steiny podcast.
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