Looking Back at The Giants Improbable Season

They’ve done it again. The Giants are World Series Champions again. For the third time in five years, Bruce Bochy and crew hoisted that trophy as kings of the baseball world. And of all the championships, this year was probably the most improbable. San Francisco shot out of spring training and into first place, holding the best record in baseball more »

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Hudson Finally Advances to the Next Round: “This could be something special.”

It’s finally happened. After 16 years in the big leagues, after playing for three different teams, after making it to six different Division Series – Tim Hudson has finally advanced to the Championship Series. In his first full season with the San Francisco Giants, Hudson has been a great story. After breaking his ankle covering first base in a freak more »

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Who Makes the Giants Postseason Roster?

It’s been an up-and-down season for the Giants, but they’ve managed to claw their way into a playoff spot. On Wednesday, October 1st, they’ll face off against the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park. The winner will advance to play the Washington Nationals in the National League Division Series. Injuries plagued San Francisco all season and were the biggest contributing factor more »

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Giants Win a Wild One on the Way to the Postseason

The Giants properly celebrated their postseason berth with a come-from-behind 9-8 win over the Padres on Thursday night. Brandon (both Belt and Crawford) homered and Pablo Sandoval drove in four. Just five days after the San Diego righty held San Francisco to just two runs in eight innings, the Giants offense wasted no time getting to Andrew Cashner. With one more »

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Giants Complete Sweep, Look Towards Dodgers

Jake Peavy turned in another strong performance as the Giants completed the sweep of the Diamondbacks 6-2 on Thursday afternoon. San Francisco has now won nine in a row at home, 12 of their last 15, are 16 games over .500, and sit just two behind the Los Angeles Dodgers in the West – with the Dodgers heading north at more »

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Petit and Panik Impress in Giants win

The Giants rode a strong pitching performance from Yusmeiro Petit and took advantage of Arizona miscues to beat the Diamondbacks 5-1 and take game one of the series. Joe Panik was five-for-five, and Buster Posey drove in two in the win. San Francisco got on the board right away, as Angel Pagan and Panik led off the bottom of the more »

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