Giants Beat Dbacks in 9th, Gain Ground on Dodgers

If the Giants are content to cede the National League West to the Dodgers and settle for one of the National League Wild Card spots, they certainly aren’t showing it. Rookie Matt Duffy singled in the go-ahead runs in the ninth as the Giants defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks this afternoon, 4-2, to take the series from the Dbacks and pull more »

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Momentous Night For Bumgarner, Shuts Out Dodgers

It was a big night for San Francisco Giants (82-65) starter, Madison Bumgarner (18-9, 2.91 ERA), as he became the first left handed pitcher in Giants’ history to have a season with 208 strikeouts. He began the night needing just one strikeout to reach the 200 mark, which for Bumgarner would be easy. The surprise came with the number of 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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Giants Shut Out Dbacks 5-0

It was an inning the Arizona Dbacks (59-86) wish they could erase from their memory altogether that aided in the San Francisco Giants’ 80th win of the season. Up until the seventh inning, it was a pitching duel for the ages. In the beginning, it was rocky for Giants’ starter, Ryan Vogelsong (8-10, 3.90 ERA), as he walked the first 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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No Sweep For Giants, Tigers Win 6-1

The San Francisco Giants (78-65) were unable to give starting pitcher, Tim Hudson (9-10, 3.12 ERA) the offensive support to take down Miguel Cabrera and the Detroit Tigers (78-65). Hudson went six innings and gave up eight hits, three earned runs, one home run, on walk and one strike out. While the first run was scored by Andrew Romine off more »

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Posey, Bumgarner Give Giants Close Win over Detroit

The Giants jumped out to an early lead and Madison Bumgarner kept the Tigers at bay as San Francisco down Detroit 5-4 to take game two of the series. Andrew Susac drove in two, and Buster Posey hit his 20th home run of the year in the win. For the second straight game, the Giants scored in the first inning. more »

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Giants Take On Rain Delay & Tigers For Win

A two hour and 42 minute rain delay definitely didn’t stop the San Francisco Giants (77-64) from defeating their World Series’ nemesis, the Detroit Tigers (77-64). The Giants got on the board early in the first inning against Tigers’ starter Rick Porcello (15-10, 3.30 ERA), who gave up 10 hits in his shortest outing of the season. After three innings more »

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