Giants Waste Another Quality Start, Fall to Padres

Tim Hudson made history on Saturday night, but it wasn’t enough for the meager Giants offense, as San Francisco fell to the San Diego Padres 3-1. The Padres drew first blood against Hudson, and San Francisco couldn’t recover. Seth Smith led off the bottom of the second and with two outs Yonder Alonso singled him home, giving San Diego a more »

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New Faces Key to Giants’ Early Success

The San Francisco Giants spent the 2013-2014 offseason refraining from making big splash moves in the free agent or trade market. They didn’t hand a massive ten year contract to a middle infielder and they refused to shell out four years for a mid-tier starting pitcher. While other teams shelled out sums of money that bordered on the horrifying to more »

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Ryu Shuts Down SF Offense In Giants’ 2-1 Loss

The San Francisco Giants took the series but couldn’t sweep their Southern California rivals on Thursday afternoon as they fell to the Dodgers 2-1 at AT&T Park. The Giants sent ace Madison Bumgarner to the hill, and the starter had trouble with the strikezone on Thursday afternoon. While he struck out six through 4.1 innings, he also walked three and more »

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Giants Back to Old Ways, Fall to Rockies 1-0

Matt Cain got “Cain’ed” once again, as the Giants dropped game two to the Colorado Rockies 1-0. Cain had his best start of the season, but the two-out hits couldn’t come through for him, and he took the tough-luck loss. He’s now 0-2 on the year. The Rockies struck first again Cain. After Charlie Blackmon led off the third with more »

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A Grand Night For Bumgarner, Giants Beat Rockies 6-5

It may have been Fireworks Night at the ballpark, but Madison Bumgarner kicked off the festivities early in the San Francisco Giants’ 6-5 win over the Colorado Rockies on Friday night. The crowd at AT&T Park’s 250th straight sellout saw a different meaning to “Pitchers Park” as Bumgarner’s power at the plate provided the support he needed to get the more »

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Giants Comeback Falls Short, Diamondbacks Take Series

The Giants came just short of another comeback, Ryan Vogelsong had a bit of a bounce-back start, and San Francisco fell to the Diamondbacks 6-5 in ten innings on Thursday night. Vogelsong cruised through the first inning, throwing just nine pitches while striking out Giants killer Paul Goldschmidt. The Diamondbacks jumped all over him, however, in the second. With one more »

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