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giants legend willie mccovey has passed away and many across the bay area are mourning the loss of one of the most beloved players in franchise history...(ken) thanks for joining us im ken wayne, in for grant lodes... (vicki) and im vicki liviakis... mccovey spent 19 of his 22 major-league seasons with the giants... until he retired in 1980... (ken) mccovey is one of seven players in history to win a rookie of the year award, a league m-v-p and an all-star game m-v-p award... kron4's j-r stone is live in san francisco tonight. j.r. you talked with those from the giants organization. what did they have to say? (j.r.)they are going to miss him. you can't see it from this vantage point but the scoreboard is on and it has the number 44 on it. 44 was willie mccovey's number. fans i talked with said they will never forget mccovey.tonight you can see the scoreboard at at&t park has the number 44 on it. in memory of willie
mccovey. how fitting that it is shining off the water in mccovey cove. mccovey played for 22 seasons and eventually retired in 1980. he slammed 521 home runs during that time. he had the most home runs by a lefty up until barry bonds surpassed that record in 2001. the willie mac award was created after mccovey. the award is voted on by players, coaches, and the training staff and is given to the most inspirational player. in recent years he was getting around in a wheelchair because his legs were no longer reliable. this past august mccovey even spoke as barry bonds jersey was retired. here's giants ceo larry baer.(jr) willie mccovey will certainly be remembered. i was talking with a san francisco police officer earlier tonight and he said that in recent years he had some issues with his legs and a lot of the emergency crews at ballpark would would help willie out. he said it was always a pleasure to see him make the effort to come to the park in his later years. he will certainly be remembered. live in san francisco, j.r. stone kron 4 news.
(vicki) we first told you about willie mccovey's death ... with a push alert on our mobile app. stay connected when breaking news happens.. by downloading it today. lawrence karnow: it was a nice halloween with above normal temperatures. highs today were in the 70s and 80s. it will be a nice night for trick-or treaters with dry weather and temperatures in the 60s. highs pressure will bring more warm weather tomorrow with highs in the 70s and mid 80s inland and 60s at the coast. more clouds are expected tomorrow with slightly cooler temperatures.
(ken) it's halloween ... and as children are out trick or treating ... law enforcement is out making sure sex offenders are off the streets. the compliance check is also known as operation boo ... and it's happening across the state. kron 4's alecia reid went on a ride along with one of the teams and joins us live tonight with the results...
(ken) the south san francisco unified school district is being sued over sexual abuse allegedly committed by a middle school teacher.(vicki) a parent filed the lawsuit ... claiming, their 14- year old child was molested by westborough middle school teacher joseph toy ... adding, the school failed to report the accusations of inappropriate behavior. toy was arrested in may and is facing 56 criminal counts stemming from alleged abuse of a number of students. kron4's michelle kingston has details on why the school is also being blamed now. (mk)michelle kingston, mkingstonnewsattorneys representing the victim say a teacher had noticed mr. toy's behavior and reported it ... and the principal's response was for the teacher to "keep
an eye on him."lauren cerri, victim's attorney"the warning signs for this guy were classic."this is joseph toy ... the 39 year old westborough middle school teacher was arrested in may .. accused of inappropriately touching at least four boys ... he's facing dozens of criminal charges --his bail set at 6.1 million dollars.lauren cerri, victim's attorney"getting kids alone, favoritism, gift giving, text messages, communicating outsode school, putting his arm around them." this new lawsuit filed against the school district .. claims middle school officials failed to report mr. toy's behavior. it was filed by a parent of a student allegedly molested by toythe suit claims toy would put the 14 year old victim "... on his lap, kiss his head, and place his hand under his shirt where he rubbed and patted his stomach area."the lawsuit claims that a parent previously caught toy being inapropriate with a student .. and took a picture of the teacher with his arms around a student. the photo was turned over to administrators where it was not reported, but instead, shredded and thrown
away.lauren cerri, victim's attorney"school districts sometimes put their own image over the protection of students and keeping the kids safe from sex ause and it needs to stop."the school district says they can't discuss specific details but they say they did notify law enforcement in accordance with their mandatory reporting obligations and toy was immediately placed on administrative leave.in south san francisco michelle kingston kron 4 news (ken) an east bay family is mourning tonight... after a father and his 8- month- old daughter were killed in a suspected d-u-i crash in walnut creek. the woman being held responsible is now facing murder charges. (vicki) the deadly accident happened last thursday evening ... on south broadway near interstate- 680. kron4's dan thorn has more on what police and the family are saying just a day after the baby died at a hospital.
friends and family in shock and disbelief after the deaths of hector garza and his 8 month old daughter camilla. police say last thursday night the two were drivi ng in walnut creek along south broadway near rudgear road when they were struck by another car. garza was pronounced dead at the scene. the infant was taken to the children's hospital in oakland where police confirmed she died tuesday night. sot: we lost two young lives an extremely young life and that family is devastated now and you know it impacted our organization. 35 year old jessica martin from tennessee is now facing murder charges for slamming inot the garza's and 2 other vehicles last night. martin is suspected of being drunk behind the wheel. sot: it's really taken a toll on our whole department and we just feel so sad for the family that they're having to go through this. martin's bond is set at more than $2million dollars.police say there is dash cam video from one of the
vehicles involved in the accident. however, it's not being released at this time. the garza family has released a statement through an attorney asking for privacy... the statement reads in part quote: "kristen garza is mourning the death of her husband, hector and their 8 month old daughter, camilla who passed away last night. kristen is surrounded by family and support during this profoundly painful time." end quotemeanwhile, friends and family have set up a go-fund- me page to raise money for the garza's. at last check the page showed more than0 thousand dollars raised. in walnut creek dan thorn kron4 news. (vicki) the california democratic party headquarters in sacramento was evacuated today after a suspicious package arrived. investigators swarmed the scene... including the f-b-i. nearby buildings were also evacuated before investigators concluded the area was safe. (ken) in national news tonight....there were three more funerals in pittsburgh today -- after saturday's shootingt a synagogue that killed 11 people. the
suspect in the case faces dozens of charges... and could face the death penalty. reporter kelly smoot has the details... rich fitzgerald / -d- allegheny county executive: this is a small community that we all know each other in. we're burying our dead. we're mourning with our community. more funerals today in pittsburgh. mourners gathered at services for three of the 11 victim's of saturday's synagogue shooting.75-year-old joyce fienberg was a retired research specialist at the university of pittsburgh 69-year-old irving younger was a former real estate agent and greeter at the tree of life synagogue.val schroeder / irving younger's neighbor: he loved going there and he just loved lifeand 87-year-old melvin wax was an accountant and pittsburgh pirates fan. his sister-in-law said melvin loved his religion.bonnie wax / sister-in-law to melvin wax: he was just a good soul. he loved to tell jokes to everybody.11 people were gunned down saturday morning at the tree of life synagogue during worship services.the suspect in the case -- 46-
year-old robert bowers is in jail and a federal grand jury today issued a 44 count indictment. if convicted, bowers could ultimately face the death penalty.scott brady / us attorney: my office charged robert bowers with federal murder and assault charges relative to the horrific acts of violence he committed at the tree of life synagoguebowers will next appear in court tomorrow at 10 a.m.scott brady / us attorney, western district of pa: at which time we will have the opportunity to present evidence demonstrating that robert bowers murder 11 people who were exercising their religious beliefs and that he shot or injured six others.i'm kelly smoot reporting. (ken) coming up...after sharing a blackface halloween costume on facebook... a missouri nurse is now out of a job.... tonight we look at the history of where blackface started and hear from experts on why this practice is racist... (vicki) plus... from pumpkins to pot farms... why one farmer is making the controversial move in half moon bay... (ken) and after the break details on what caused a
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stop and go traffic. the driver of the tour bus hit a lexus - pushing it to the left into another lane. the tour bus continued on and collided into a ford. the ford slammed into a u-p-s semi truck. both the driver of the lexus and the ford died on scene. c-h-p's accident investigation team is working to fi the cause of the crash (ken) the drivers inside the tour bus and semi truck have no injuries. (vicki) bart trains are now back to picking up riders at the ashby station. but for close to two- and a half- hours today the trains passed through the station and riders were turned away after the ashby station turned into a crime scene. a 4:50 this morning an injured person showed up at station dripping pools of blood upstairs and downstairs at the train
platform.(vicki)(vicki)that sucks">(vicki) first responders took the person to the hospital, as haz- mat crews arrived at the station. the scene was so large and potentially dangerous. .. crews used power washers to clean up the blood. bart police say, they do not know if the person has anything to do with the bart system, or if he or she was a rider. they believe, more than likely, the person came to the ashby station ... which then involved the bart police officers. (ken) southern california edison says, it is likely to blame for sparking the state's second largest wildfire. the utlity company says, witnesses claim to have seen a fire ignited in an area ... near the company's power poles. officials say, they believe their equipment sparked the fire. the 'thomas fire' which started in december... burned more than 281-thousand acres before it was put out.
two people were killed, including a cal-fire engineer. more than one- thousand structures were lost. a state investigation will determine the fire's official cause. (vicki) pumpkin farming is popular this time of year, but one farmer in half moon bay wants to be able to provide you with more than just a pumpkin. kron 4's sanaz tahernia spoke to the farmer about the crop he's trying to harvest. orange, yellow and red are all the colors of fall, but after the elections next week, john muuller of farmer john's pumpkin farm is hoping to see more green. measure gg would allow farmers to grow marijuana on their farms, and farmer john says it would allow him and other farmers to make more money. but not all farmers are on board. dawn dillman and her husband own andreotti family farm which is right next to farmer john's pumpkin patch. and while the dillman's aren't against marijuana, they don't think farmers should be allowed to grow it.
shrinking and there are just more and more people everyday. and we as a society should be super concerned with protecting the land that we grow food on."> muller's reasoning is a little more personal - for him it has more to do with keeping his home and family close by. and while muller sees it as a profitable move, dillman sees it differently. in half moon bay, sanaz tahernia, kron 4 news. (ken) california water officials say, the one - point- one billion dollar spillway at the nation's tallest dam ... will be ready for rain this winter. this comes two- years after it was damaged, and when thousands of people were forced to flee the area. crews have now finished pouring concrete on the main spillway at the oroville dam. it will still need to sit for a month... and other work is needed before it can be used. (anchors)(anchors) be used.
(ken) california water officials say, the one - point- one billion dollar spillway at the nation's tallest dam ... will be ready for rain this winter. this comes two- years after it was damaged, and when thousands of people were forced to flee the area. crews have now finished pouring concrete on the main spillway at the oroville dam. it will still need to sit for a month... and other work is needed before it can be used. (anchors) now to our four zone forecast... as we take this live look outside at salesforce tower... joining us now is chief meteorologist lawrence karnow... lawrence karnow: it was a nice halloween with above normal temperatures. highs today were in the 70s and 80s. it will be a nice night for trick-or
(vicki) 4 your money tonight... when it comes to online shopping, food dominates sales...(ken) that's according to a new report, showing a growing number of people are buying groceries and prepared food online. reporter mary moloney gives us a closer look. your groceries, delivered!and your favorite restaurant dishes-- brought to your door! skipping the grocery store and restaurant and buying online instead appears to be a growing trend.a new report from credit-cards-dot-com shows that for many, the biggest online expense is food. the survey looked at credit card purchases and found--
26-percent of surveyed adults are buying groceries online every week.while about one-in-five surveyed are buying prepared food and drinks on a weekly basis.the reason for the high rate of spending may be t rewards credit cards offer for restaurant or food-related purchases.compared to other purchases, food takes up the biggest chunk of cash every week.but here's where else people are buying online. 13-percent of those surveyed paid for streaming services online every week...and more than a quarter every month 6-percent of those surveyed bought clothing and other household items each week.and 2-percent paid for travel weekly, while only one-percent bought event tickets online. the survey also found the majority of online shoppers pay with their credit card inead of debit card. for consumer watch, i'm mary moloney. (vicki) ahead at nine... parents outraged over video involving teachers and preschoolers... it's being called the daycare "fight club"... and it was organized by the teachers... tonight we hear the tearful plea from a
mother of one of the preschoolers who tried to break up the fight... (ken) plus... homlessness continues to be a growing problem across the bay area and one of the groups affected are college students... details on the affordable housing solution many are looking for.... (vicki) and after the break... more problems on bart as some cars were completely trashed-- every cushion on one train was ripped off its seat and thrown on the floor. tonight we get answers from bart next.
(vicki) it's no surprise that more and more people are feeling like it's either unsafe or a hassle to ride bart.. (ken) now, another quality of life issue is hampering the transit agency. kron 4's dan kerman shows us what it is... soti was scared and rattled i wanted to know is there someone on this train, am i safeit was a week ago monday night when diane wagner boarded a bart train at 24th and mission in san francisco and found the car completely ransacked. when she told the train operator he said it's routinesot diane wagner/bart rider 18-25he says the drug people come on the train and they flip over the cushions to find money.wagner says the train operator was friendly and apologetic but did nothing about it, nor did the station agent she told in castro valley the next day.sotthe message for bart is they need to clean it up and make it safe and secure because right now as a rider i dont feel safe sot we want to have people have a good experience riding the systemthat said, bart
director bevan dufty says bart has more serious issues to deal with than people removing cushions, such as a recent incident when a bart rider pulled out a two chainsaws. sot bevan dufty/bart director 100-110in that case, bart police officers were on scene in two minutes so i would offer to you thats where they should be in a situation th is potentially violent or dangerous.dufty says trains are inspected at the end of the line and he says over the next few years seat cushion flipping will cease to be an issue as more new bart cars like this one come on line, with cushions that are not removable.standup dan kerman/sf 124-134dufty does want to see more of a presence on bart and is pushing for community service personal like muni has. he says it will make a real difference. in sf, dan kerman kron 4 news. (vicki) today san jose shined a spotlight on student homelessness. students and local elected officials joining forces to call on voters to support state
propositions one and two and local measure v. with as many as 400 san jose state students living in cars or couch-surfing and thousands more across the csu system, supporters say state propositions one and two and local measure v would brin some relief. don tietjen/veteran and student "....i have a futon and i have had friends and comrades at my house all the time becauswe they cant afford a place of their own.... sam liccardo/san jose mayor "...it's so important that we pass this as a package because otherwise we ae just sending our money to other cities and while we know they are also deserving the need is especially critical here in san jose..."(vicki) the state measures would provide funds for affordable housing for veterans, the mentally ill and students. if passed, measure v would help san jose capture more of those state funds. (ken) in national news tonight.... president donald trump is considering sending thousands more troops to the southern border to stop the migrant caravans from making its way into the u-s. mary
moloney explains why... sot trump"they have a lot of rough people in those caravans, they are not angels." speaking to reporters wednesday evening before a rally in florida, president trump says in addition to the some 5-thousand u-s troops already headed to the southern border to contain migrants heading for the us ...he's considering increasing that number to as many as 15- thousand.sot -"as far as the caravan is concerned our military is out. we have about 5-thousand-eight will go up anywhere between 10 and 15-thousand, military personal on top of border patrol, ice and everyone else. no body i coming in."a former marine and homeland security spokesman for the trump administration tweeted wednesday:"the us doesn't need its military to 'defend' against a group of unarmed migrants, inc. many women & kids."and when defense secretary james mattis was questioned if troop deployment to the border was a political "stunt" he said:sot james mattis secretary of defense "the support that we provide to the secretary of homeland security is practical support based on the request from the commissioner of customs and border police. sowe don't do stunts in this department."all u-s troops will also join more than 2-thousand national guardsmen already at the border who aremobilized to stop central american migrants from reaching u-s soil.i'm mary moloney reporting. reporting.
(vicki) more than seven months after the deadly police shooting of stephon clark and the pain is still very real for his family. so today community members, along with city leaders and local businesses rallied around stephon clark's family to renovate his grandparent's home... the clark family held a ribbon cutting today, to thank the people who helped beautify the family home. it's a home family memebers say their granfather built from the bottom up... but the family is still healing since the shooting happened in the backyard of that home...
and his family is waiting for justice. (vicki)about">(vicki)about"> (vicki) the sacramento police department has finished its investigation into the deadly shooting... now its in the hands of the sacramento county district attorneys office.. (ken) back here in san francisco... a haunted house is scaring some people today. (vicki) kron4's lydia pantazas is at the "san francisco dungeon" with more on what this thrilling attraction has to offer.
halloween with kron4 ... by sending us your pictures of your halloween costumes. we will share them on air and online.(vicki) you can send your photos by using the 'report it' tab on the kron 4 mobile app.the app is free to download. (ken) still ahead... scary movies, and extreme haunted houses are growing in popularity... and even though some people don't like getting freaked out-- find out why getting scared may be good for you.... (lawrence bay area weather)
all-time great--willie mccovey. mccovey was one of the greatest to ever play the game..and just loved by so many giants fans. the first major fan favorite when the franchise came to san francisco. he was a big- time, major league slugger with the resume to back it up. six-time all-star... mvp... rookie of the year... three-time national league home run leader. he finished with 521-homers...20th on the all-time list.. and any home run that lands in the water behind right field, splashes in mccovey cove. a 22-year major league career that started back in 1959...with him going 4-for-4 off the hall of famer robin roberts. mccovey went into the hall himself...in 1986...his first year of eligibility... here's a clip from willie mac's hall of fame induction. "i'm truly honored and blessed with this ultimate adoption if you will, by the game that i played so hard and loved so deeply. and for many warm summer sunday afternoons in the years to come, i will cherish the memories of my baseball career and the closeness of my family, friends, relatives, teammates, fans and my fellow hall of famers. and i know my mother would not want me to leave this stage without
thanking god almighty, thanks jesus and thank you." and earlier tonight, kron4 news caught up with giants president larry baer...with more on number 44. "he lived in the same house on the peninsula for 40 years, i think going back to almost when he was playing and just as he was last few years as a player so he was very much part of the community. he came here in 1959 hailed from alabama, and he never left. it was pretty much a beautiful story, you wish it can go forever..you wish someone like willie can live forever." coming up on kron4 sports at 10, warriors in action tonight..hosting the pelicans.
we'll have the highlights from oracle. until then, more news after the break. here are the facts.leading attacks against prop c. the city's chief economist says prop c will "reduce homelessness" by creating affordable housing, expanding mental-health services, and providing clean restrooms and safe shelters with independent oversight, open books, and strict accountability measures to make sure every penny goes to solving our homeless crisis. vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein.
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with police and the cause of the crash is ástill under investigation... no word yet if the child was hit while trick or treating... (vicki) new tonight (vicki) new tonight at nine... after sharing a blackface halloween costume on facebook... a missouri nurse is now out of a job....(ken) reporter alana laflore breaks down the history of where the blackface started and talks to experts on why this practice is racist... nats"do you know what he done done?""what did he do do?" black face started in the 1800s in american theater and eventually moved to film.the history was detailed in the spike lee film, "bamboozled." "that was no lady, that's my wife"matthew osborn teaches students at u-m-k-c about the history of minstrel shows that used black face.matthew osborn/associate professor of early american history, umkc: "it involved white men donning black face and performing exaggerated caricatures of african american characters.
it was meant to denigrate and lampoon african american people, often in settings that were meant to show black people in a position of servitude."chiluba musonda/executive director, bruce r. watkins cultural heritage center:"unfortunately a lot of people believed that stereotype, and those thoughts still carry on in today's world."monday, someone told saint luke's health system about a photo of one of its nurses at the east location in lee's summit, dressed in black face.she's supposed to be beyonce and the man next to her is supposed to be jay-z.a picture of the same woman from 2009 showed her dressed up as a member of destiny's child. matthew osborn/associate professor of early american history, umkc:"the fact that this racist behavior persists is simply an indication that our racist history is not passed, basically."saint luke's released a statement, saying in part, they started investigating immediately when they were made aware of the photo.the statement went on to say - quote - we can confirm that this individual is no longer a saint luke's employee. saint luke's is deeply committed to our culture of diversity and inclusion."chiluba musonda/executive director, bruce r. watkins cultural heritage center:"individuals who dress up in costumes, as far as i'm concerned, that is not the way to go. it shows a lack of concern, it shows some ignorance there and a lack of understanding of history as well."dr. makini king/psychologist, umkc dept. of diversity and inclusion: "you risk diminishing an entire group of people, usually a very complex group of people, down to really what we think of as very stereotypical items."doctor makini king -- a psychologist in u-m-k-c department of diversity and inclusion -- says the photo of the nurse should be used as a teaching moment and encourage people to get to know each other better, and to educate themselves on our nation's history.dr. makini king/psychologist, umkc dept. of diversity and inclusion:"it can't just be punish and then the conversation is over // there has to be the back and forth, the learning that takes place. that's uncomfortable but i feel like that's one of the ways that we get better."
louis could not hold back tears when she saw a video of what you might call a "fight club" at her children's daycare organized by teachers. a ten-year old took this fight club video with his ipad from the next room. one teacher is excited, while the other teachers puts hulk fists on preschoolers. mother nicole merseal cannot watch without crying.nicole merseal, mother:"he doesn't understand why his friends were fighting him, why he was beat up by his best friends - and it was on his 4th birthday."(ken) birthday."(ken) daycare cameras recorded at least 30 minutes - fight after fight - video merseal says can be monitored by staff. merseal believes it only stopped because her older son texted her the video and she called the director to stop it. a police report says the director immediately fired both teachers and called the child abuse hotline. the st. louis circuit attorney's office declined to prosecute.
the circuit attorney's office said it did not prosecute the teachers because there was not enough evidence that any laws were broken. lawrence karnow: it was a nice halloween with above normal temperatures. highs today were in the 70s and 80s. it will be a nice night for trick-or treaters with dry weather and temperatures in the 60s. highs pressure will bring more warm weather tomorrow with highs in the 70s and mid 80s inland and 60s at the coast. more clouds are expected tomorrow with slightly cooler temperatures.
grab or even restrain visitors... are growing in popularity... and while some people don't like scary things... a new study out tonight says it's beneficial to venture into the darkside. lead researchers in the study and a sociologist who studies fear-- says getting scared is sometis good for you... they analyzed people's responses before and after walking through a haunted house in pennsylvania... the spine- tingling experience improved moods, decreased stress and increased confidencewhile it seems unlikely... some of the benefits were similar to meditation... (vicki) and up next.... it's a paella party on dine and dish tonight... i'll show you how you can bring the hearty dish straight into your home. home. proposition 11 solves two issues. first, it continues to pay paramedics while we're on break. second, it ensures the closest ambulance can respond if you call 9-1-1. vote yes on 11.
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holiday season. and with that, many of us will be playing the host or hostess with the most-ess.(vicki) tonight on dine and dish - i take you outside the confines of a restaurant, and bring the party home... in this case an authentic spanish 'paella party' in a pan. fiery flamenco dancing to a soulful spanish guitar. invited guests inbibing on spiced wine. if you didn't know better, you'd think you were in spain. but we're in suburban lafayette. not at a restaurant, but at a residence. this is a paella party. the chefs -
oscar cabesa and rodrigo vasquez straight from barcelona by way of the restaurant teleferic barcelona in walnut creek. they're taking their show on the road with a full on authentic spanish experience with bomba rice fresh seafood. xavi padrosa and his sister maria run the popular teleferic barcelona restaurants in their homeland... and want to share their culture with the bay area. this paella pan is big to serve thirty, but they've got mega pans that serve three hundred. this spanish fiesta a fun alternative to the standard thanksgiving feast. (ken) that wraps up kron 4 news
at nine...(vicki) but our primetime coverage continues at the top of the hour. pam moore is here with kron 4 news at ten....pam? (pam) thank you ken and vicki.... next at ten... people across the bay area are mourning the passing of san fransico giants hall of famer willie mccovey... tonight we hear how giants fans are remembering 'stretch' ... plus ... law enforcement is out making sure sex offenders are off the streets. 'operation boo' .. in full effect across the state...e are live in san francisco, as officers make those compliance checks.(pam) and - marijuana industry
leaders say, they are still facing major red tape in the state. how they say... that is limiting tax money that was expected to pour money into california communties. () don't go away... hour three of kron 4 news in primetime starts right after the break. sfx: squeak sfx: stair creak sfx: clink sfx: deep breath sfx: grunt
news now at ten: a 3-year-old was killed when she was struck by a car in the east bay. good evening im pam moore. (ken)and im ken wayne. police tell kron 4 the crashed happened when the girl was crossing the shepard avenue in hayward on monday.the driver remained on scene and is cooperating with the investigation.(pam)the cause of the crash is still under investigation.head to kron 4 dot com for the latest updates on this breaking news. (pam) "mac" , "big mac", and the nickname he is best known as- "stretch"... san francisco giants legend willie mccovey has passed away (ken)tonight - many