Dave Grosby

Dave Grosby

Dave Grosby, a nearly 40-year veteran of broadcasting, is host emeritus of 710 ESPN Seattle. Best known as "The Groz," he previously co-hosted the show Bob, Groz and Tom can now be heard throughout the week on the station, including a weekly spot on John Clayton's Saturday show. The Seattle sports media legend has also served as play-by-play announcer for Seattle University basketball. Follow Groz: @Thegroz

Groz’s 2005 Seahawks Rewind: Defense saves the day in Week 2

After a disappointing start to the 2005 season, the Seahawks needed their defense to hold on late against Michael Vick's Falcons in Seattle's home opener.
5 days ago

Groz Remembers 2001 Mariners: Seattle’s special moment after baseball’s post-9/11 return

Shortly after baseball returned following 9/11, the Mariners clinched the division in Seattle. It's what happened after that made for a special moment.
6 days ago

Groz’s 2005 Seahawks Rewind: Surprising start to Super Bowl season

Though the 2005 season had great expectations, the Seahawks for some reason hit the ground stumbling in a Week 1 game in Jacksonville.
12 days ago

Groz on 2001 Mariners: On Sept. 10, M’s were still doing what they did best

On Sept. 10, 2001, the Seattle Mariners were in Anaheim to play the Angels, putting themselves on the cusp of a division title.
13 days ago

Groz Remembers: Celebrating the historic 2005 Seattle Seahawks

The Groz has a new series for 710Sports.com, this time looking back on the 2005 Seahawks, which went to the franchise's first Super Bowl.
19 days ago

Groz Remembers the 2001 Mariners: Hometown hero John Olerud’s big year

The Groz continues his look at the historic 2001 Mariners and this week's reflection centers around hometown star 1B John Olerud.
20 days ago

Groz Remembers the 2001 Mariners: Solid and steady David Bell

David Bell turned out to be the answer the Mariners were looking for at third base in time for their historic 2001 season.
27 days ago

Groz Remembers ’01 Mariners: Mike Cameron pulls off the impossible

Mike Cameron had the unenviable task of replacing Ken Griffey Jr. as the Mariners' center fielder, yet he became a fan favorite in Seattle.
1 month ago

Groz Remembers the 2001 Mariners: Kazuhiro Sasaki, man of mystery

Kazuhiro Sasaki arrived in 2000 to fix the Mariners bullpen, but despite tremendous success, he was a mysterious character who left as abruptly as he arrived.
1 month ago

Groz Remembers the 2001 Mariners: The infamous Cleveland comeback

The oddest game of the Mariners' 116-win season was the night Cleveland pulled off the first 12-run comeback in 76 years.
2 months ago

Groz Remembers 2001 Mariners: When Ichiro became Ichiro

Ichiro was tough to figure out when he first signed with the Mariners. By the end of July 2001, however, it was clear a new era in Seattle had begun.
2 months ago

Groz: Seattle Kraken make their style of play clear in expansion draft

The Groz breaks down what we learned from the Seattle Kraken's expansion draft picks plus shares an insider's perspective on how the Kraken draft compares to the Las Vegas Golden Knights'.
2 months ago

Groz remembers the 2001 Mariners: The curious case of Al Martin

Every good story has to have a little bit of everything, and the 2001 Mariners season certainly did with the inclusion of outfielder AL Martin.
2 months ago

Groz on ’01 Mariners: Freddy García replaces the ace he was traded for

When the Mariners traded Randy Johnson, Freddy García was part of the package they got in return from Houston. In 2001, that paid dividends.
2 months ago

Groz Remembers ’01 Mariners: Kaz Sasaki and Seattle’s incredible bullpen

The Groz looks back at one of the better showings of the 2001 Mariners bullpen, a fantastic outfit led by closer Kazuhiro Sasaki.
3 months ago

Groz Remembers ’01 Mariners: Seattle hosts an All-Star Game for the ages

Seattle was the center of the baseball world when the record-setting 2001 Mariners hosted a memorable 2001 All-Star Game at Safeco Field.
3 months ago

Groz Remembers 2001 Mariners: The bounceback year of M’s Hall of Famer Dan Wilson

Legendary skipper Lou Piniella got the Mariners to trade for Dan Wilson in 1993, a move that continued to pay off during the record-breaking 2001 season.
3 months ago

Groz: Why the 1st Seattle Kraken coach should be the fiery John Tortorella

John Tortorella has a history of winning -- and run-ins with players, other coaches and even the media. The Groz explains why he thinks Tortorella would be a good fit for the Seattle Kraken.
3 months ago

Groz Remembers 2001 Mariners: Mark McLemore, the all-important 10th man

Mark McLemore was too good to not have a starting spot on the 2001 Mariners, so Lou Piniella found him one as Seattle's utility player.
3 months ago

Groz Remembers 2001 Mariners: Tom Lampkin, the Kingdome clubhouse boy who joined his hometown team

Tom Lampkin may have had the best story of any player on the 2001 Mariners as a Seattle kid who actually worked at the Kingdome.
3 months ago

Groz Remembers 2001 Mariners: Edgar Martinez cements his legacy

The Mariners' 2001 season was the last great year in the Hall of Fame career of Edgar Martinez, one of the greatest Mariners ever.
4 months ago

Groz Remembers 2001 Mariners: Aaron Sele, the pitcher who ‘fell from the sky’

Aaron Sele almost went to the Orioles, but their decision to renege on a deal with the star pitcher turned into the 2001 Mariners' good fortune.
4 months ago

Groz Remembers: Bret Boone gave 2001 Mariners a huge, surprising boost

The 2001 Mariners wouldn't have done what they did without Bret Boone, who exploded offensively after joining the team just to compete at second base.
4 months ago

Groz Remembers: The forgotten hero of the historic 2001 Mariners

It's been 20 years since the Mariners set a record for wins. The Groz looks back at the surprisingly great year Seattle got from Paul Abbott.
4 months ago