Giants’ Rotation Is Full of Question Marks

Pitchers and catchers reported to spring training this past Friday, thus putting an end to our long national nightmare. Baseball season is officially here! Finally, our sanity can be restored and we can shake free from the bonds of our latest totally involuntary bout of baseball cold turkey. I don’t know about you, but I believe “pitchers and catchers report” 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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Romo Holds On To A 4-3 Win Over DBacks

The San Francisco Giants (45-51) and closer Sergio Romo (23 saves, 2.95 ERA) held on to a 4-3 win over National League West leaders, the Arizona Diamondbacks (50-47), to give starting pitcher Matt Cain (6-6, 5.00 ERA) his sixth win of the season. The Diamondbacks didn’t go down quietly as they tried to make a comeback in the ninth inning more »

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Five Keys For the Giants to Save Their Season

For the San Francisco Giants, the first half of 2013 didn’t exactly go as planned. Not even close. After a strong first month, the Giants sputtered through a miserable, sloppy, injury-laden June and July and entered the second half with a 43-51 record. Instead of gearing up for a repeat championship, the Giants have gone in the opposite direction and more »

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Goldschmidt Bites Giants With Late Home Run

Leave it to Paul Goldschmidt to give the Giants a taste of their own medicine. After so many come-from-behind victories this season, the Giants had the tables turned on them on Friday night, as Goldschmidt hit a three-run, eighth inning home run to give the Arizona Diamondbacks a 3-1 victory. The home run, off of left-hander Jeremy Affeldt, was the more »

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