Sports talk host Larry Krueger (pictured), who was fired by KNBR 680 after he criticized the Giants for having “too many brain-dead Caribbean hitters hacking at slop nightly,” has settled his lawsuit against the station, according to the Chronicle. Krueger declined to provide details about the settlement, citing a confidentiality clause. But the AP quoted Krueger as saying, “I’m more than pleased with the way it was settled.” Krueger, program producer Tony Rhein and program director Bob Agnew were all fired. Krueger and Rhein, in separate lawsuits, claimed that KNBR fired them to appease the Giants, who own 1.5% of the team. Krueger is now doing sports commentary on KGO-AM 810 weekdays and KHTK in Sacramento on the weekends.
Fired radio host Krueger settles with KNBR
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