Offense Wakes Up, Giants Win a Wild One at Home

The Giants offense finally came alive to beat the Pirates 7-5 and avoid being swept on a six-game homestand for the first time ever at AT&T Park. It all started out well for San Francisco, as they tagged Charlie Morton for three runs in the bottom of the first. Brandon Crawford and Buster Posey hit one-out singles, and Pablo Sandoval’s more »

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Raiders Much Impoved at Quarterback and Running Back

After yet another disappointing 4-12 season in 2013, the Oakland Raiders made a lot of offseason moves in hopes of addressing at least some of their needs. Two huge areas of concern for the black and silver were quarterback and the running game. General Manager Reggie McKenzie took extra time with those issues, trading a sixth round pick to Houston more »

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Should Pence be Considered for National League MVP?

Everyone loves Hunter Pence. Since being traded to San Francisco in July 2012 for Nate Schierholtz and two prospects, the right fielder has become a fan favorite. His quirky demeanor, humble attitude, and mode of transportation endeared him to Giants fans almost immediately. The fact that he can be seen riding his scooter along the Embarcadero on any given day more »

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Bumgarner, Offense Struggle as Giants Fall to Pirates

The anemic Giants offense was stifled once again, this time by Pittsburgh’s Vance Worley, as he threw a complete-game shutout to beat San Francisco 5-0. After going eight shutout innings in his last start, and enduring an hour-long rain delay, Madison Bumgarner struggled right out of the gate on Monday night. Josh Harrison walked, Jordy Mercer singled, and Andrew McCutchen more »

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Team Effort: Giants Defeat Phillies in Extras

The Giants completed yet another comeback – this time in epic, extra inning fashion – as they defeated the Phillies 9-6 in fourteen innings. San Francisco jumped out to an early lead when Hunter Pence, who leads the National League in hits and runs, led off the game with a single. Pablo Sandoval delivered a two-out RBI double to make more »

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