Giants Remain Quiet During Busy Baseball Offseason

Stop the hot stove roller coaster, I want to get off! We aren’t even into January and fans have already been witnesses to one of the busiest baseball offseasons in recent memory. We’ve seen shocking trades go down (Josh Donaldson, Dee Gordon, Matt Kemp), big ticket free agent signings (Jon Lester, Pablo Sandoval, David Robertson), and several teams completely retooling more »

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An Unorthodox Proposal for the Giants’ Offseason

The 2014 baseball season is still warm in our memories, and the entire Giants fanbase is still popping Excedrin from the post-championship hangover, but that doesn’t mean that it’s too early to look ahead to the 2015 season. More specifically, it’s not too early to become a wild-eyed armchair GM and start proposing semi-crazed personnel decisions for the oncoming season. Despite winning the more »

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Lincecum’s Early Exit, Royals Complete Sweep 7-4

Tim Lincecum (9-7, 4.22 ERA) struggled mightily in Sunday’s start and the Giants’ offense was outmatched, completing the sweep for the Royals 7-4. With a day game following a night game, Bruce Bochy trotted out several recent call-ups with an infield roster containing Matt Duffy, Joe Panik, Adam Duvall, and Andrew Susac. However, the combination of Fresno Grizzlies and Flying more »

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Projecting the 2014 Giants Lineup

It’s been a relatively quiet January for the Giants. While the Yankees are making waves by signing Masahiro Tanaka and the Commissioner’s Office is dealing with various Alex Rodriguez-related worries, the Giants have made only a handful of minor moves (unless you consider the team’s acquisition of David Huff to be earth-shattering). It’s probably safe to say that, barring perhaps more »

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Giants Walk Off With A Win In 11

It was torture from the bottom of the eighth inning on during today’s San Francisco Giants’ (64-79) game as they battled against the Arizona Diamondbacks (72-70). Starting pitcher, Madison Bumgarner (11-9, 2.82 ERA), threw a gem giving up only four hits with nine strikeouts with 89 pitches in just six innings. It looked as though the Giants had the win more »

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Pagan Desperately Missed By Giants

Can one man make a difference on a team? If you ask the San Francisco Giants (52-64), the answer is yes. They have been missing their starting center fielder, Angel Pagan, since May 25th, when he scored his final run of the season with a walk-off in the park home run against the Colorado Rockies. Since Pagan’s season ending injury, more »

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