Giants Drop Game Two to Padres, Pence to Ink Deal

Game 161 and the San Francisco Giants (75-86) dropped game two of their final series against the San Diego Padres (76-85) with a score of 9-3 on Saturday. Starting pitcher, Yusmeiro Petit (4-1, 3.56 ERA), suffered his first loss of the season as he went 3.2 innings, allowing five earned runs on seven hits, two home runs, with two strikeouts. more »

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Final Homestand Begins For Giants

Tuesday night opened the final homestand of the season for the San Francisco Giants (72-85) against rivals and 2013 NL West Champions, the Los Angeles Dodgers (91-66). It was your typical Giants vs. Dodgers game, with a low score of 2-1 and pitching duels, but in the end, the Giants were handed their 85th loss of the season. Starting pitcher, more »

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San Francisco Giants Shutout Pittsburgh Pirates 4-0 Behind Vogelsong’s Best Start of Season

The San Francisco Giants blanked the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-0 as Ryan Vogelsong delivered his strongest outing of the season. The right-hander went eight scoreless innings and allowed just two hits while striking out five. It was the second straight quality start for the 36-year-old as he improves to 3-4 with a 5.58 ERA. “He put on a show on the 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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Giants Swept Away By Cubs

It’s been almost 20 years since the Chicago Cubs (48-55) have swept the San Francisco Giants (46-58) and today they did it with a 2-1 victory at AT&T Park. This series was the second time the Giants have been swept at home this season. Even with another loss under his belt, starting pitcher, Tim Lincecum (5-11, 4.61 ERA), threw seven more »

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Giants Bats Silenced, Bumgarner Goes 8 Strong

An old fashioned pitcher’s duel between two young lefties was won by neither of the deserving starters as the San Francisco Giants fell to the Chicago Cubs 1-0 Saturday night. Scoring opportunities were at a premium Saturday evening for both clubs. The Giants were held without a base runner until a fifth inning walk by outfielder Hunter Pence. When the opportunities more »

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Giants Look To Recover From Deflating Loss

Following the tough loss Friday night the Giants will look to bounce back behind their ace Madison Bumgarner. The 23 year old first time All-star has become the most reliable starter for the struggling Giants this season. His task Saturday will be to fend off the Chicago Cubs and avoid a three game skid. With each loss moving the team more »

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