Jed York: Say One Thing, Do The Exact Opposite

It’s an old trick. And it’s also a good one. Say one thing, and do the exact opposite. That appears to be the playbook that Jed York is operating out of these days. The San Francisco 49ers CEO pounds his metaphorical fist on the metaphorical table and demands accountability. Either I don’t know what the word “accountability” means, or York more »

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Giants’ Arroyo: ‘I want to help bring more championships to San Francisco’

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 they’ve won three World Championships in five years, because they’re more »

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Moving Coco to Left is the Right Decision

The A’s will start Coco Crisp in left field today in a seemingly meaningless Cactus League game, however their intentions of moving the stalwart center fielder permanently to the left corner is more than just an experiment. If you are a fan of advanced statistics, it would be an easy decision to move Crisp out of center field to go with the more »

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What’s next for Giants’ Joe Panik?

It’s safe to say that 2014 was a big year for Joe Panik. The 24-year-old rookie had an impressive .305 average and .343 on-base percentage in 73 games for the world champion San Francisco Giants. In addition to a solid regular season, Panik had eight crucial RBIs during the postseason run and – oh yeah – turned one of the more »

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A’s Rough Up Bumgarner in Cactus League Opener

Okay, Giants fans. You have permission to begin overreacting. Madison Bumgarner, coming off of a season in which he threw 270 innings in the regular season and postseason combined, was roughed up by the cross-bay rival Oakland A’s in yesterday afternoon’s Cactus League opener. The Giants’ ace was knocked out of the second inning after surrendering four runs on five more »

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