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San Francisco Giants

The Giants showed some life against the Dodgers, sweeping the division leaders to close out a ten-game homestand. But it was not a promising start to the 2015 season at AT&T Park, as San Francisco managed to go just 4-6 over that span. The biggest reason for the skid? A more »

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San Francisco Giants

The Giants celebrated the 2014 World Series win the only way they knew how – by getting their rings and finally getting their first win at AT&T Park this season as they topped the Rockies 4-1. “[Getting your rings] will definitely fire you up,” admitted starter Chris Heston. “It’s kind more »

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Golden State Warriors

The Warriors wasted no time making a statement in the NBA playoffs, beating the Pelicans 106-99 on Saturday afternoon at (R)Oracle Arena to take a 1-0 series lead. Golden State was dominant right out of the gate, allowing just 13 first-quarter points to New Orleans. It was the fewest points more »

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San Francisco Giants

Despite the shake up in the lineup, the Giants bats continued to stay quiet as the Rockies completed the sweep with a 4-2 win over the orange and black. In his first home start of the season, Tim Lincecum struggled right out of the gate. He walked Charlie Blackmon to more »

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San Francisco Giants

In another frustrating day at the ballpark, the Giants bats stayed cold as they fell to the Rockies 4-1. San Francisco starter Tim Hudson was not at his sharpest at the start of the game, allowing a lead-off single to Charlie Blackmon. Hudson escaped the first unscathed but wasn’t so more »

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Heston
San Francisco Giants

It began as a banner day (see what I did there?) for the Giants, but ended on a sour note as they fell to the Rockies 2-0 in front of the 328th consectutive sellout crowd at AT&T Park. It all started out so well. The pregame ceremony included Madison Bumgarner more »

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Bochy
San Francisco Giants

It’s finally here! Opening day at AT&T Park has finally arrived. It seems like it’s been forever since Madison Bumgarner’s magnificent Game 5 of the World Series. The Giants and Bruce Bochy are ready. “It’s great to be home….This is a huge day. I’ll say something to the guys as more »

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San Francisco Giants

A rare rough night for Madison Bumgarner sealed the deal early for the Giants as they fell to the Padres 10-2. The losses came right away for San Francisco, as Casey McGehee left the game in the top of the first with a left knee strain as he was coming more »

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Craw
San Francisco Giants

Both pitching staffs were outstanding, but an RBI single off the bat of Justin Maxwell in the top of the twelfth gave the Giants a 1-0 win over the Padres and game one of the four-game series. It was a tale of two starters, as Ian Kennedy lasted just 2.1 more »

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San Francisco Giants

Christian Arroyo sits at his locker, laughing and joking with teammates. Despite being the youngest guy in camp this year, the 19-year-old seems comfortable among his big-league counterparts. “Everyone jokes with everyone, and you can see that they’re a family. Being in this clubhouse, you see why they win, why more »

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