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San Francisco Giants

No, no way, no how can the Giants even consider bringing Melky Cabrera back. When considering the ever expanding debacle that is Melky Cabrera’s PEDs usage, it becomes abundantly clear that the Giants need to walk away from any thoughts of keeping the Melk Man. On the positive side, it more »

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San Francisco Giants

Lost in the news of the San Francisco Giants claiming ownage over the 2012 MLB All-Star Game on Tuesday night was the comments Melky Cabrera made before the game about his long-term plans for the future of his MLB career. MLB.com’s Chris Haft is reporting that Cabrera is willing to re-sign more »

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San Francisco Giants

Barry Zito continues to impress as he improved his 2012 record to 5-2 Sunday afternoon with a shutout of the Chicago Cubs at AT&T Park. Zito pitched 8 1/3 innings, allowing four hits and two walks, while striking out five batters. He never appeared in any trouble throughout the game, more »

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San Francisco Giants

The Los Angeles Dodgers, holders of the best record in Major League Baseball at the moment, have lost their star player for the second time this season due to a hamstring injury. Matt Kemp reaggravated the injury scoring from first base on a double by Andre Ethier in the first more »

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San Francisco Giants

It is pretty obvious at this point that the San Francisco Giants have put re-signing Melky Cabrera at the top of their priority list. He has been one of the biggest surprises of the baseball season so far, and easily the best offseason acquisition for the Giants this season.  Cabrera more »

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San Francisco Giants

The recent offseason was spent harping on the issues caused by the Giants self-imposed salary cap. The budget limit of around $130 million prevented the Giants from re-signing Carlos Beltran or making any sort of big move in free agency. Fortunately, a series of shrewd moves by GM Brian Sabean more »

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San Francisco Giants

The Giants’ offense has been much improved from 2011, but it is still inconsistent. Bruce Bochy is always meddling with his lineups,  trying to get the most from his healthy bunch. Gregor Blanco has been a pleasant surprise this season, supplanting Nate Schierholtz from right field. Joaquin Arias, another spring more »

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San Francisco Giants

In a game with the slimmest of strike zones, the Giants had just enough offense to come out on top over the Colorado Rockies. Tied 1-1 heading into the Giants scored twice on a pair of RBI singles by Buster Posey and Brett Pill to push their lead to 3-1. more »

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San Francisco Giants

After putting together a picture perfect pair of games Monday, they could do little right against the Cincinnati Reds losing 9-2. The Giants bats evidently tired themselves out in New York, as a ninth inning Buster Posey home run was the only thing between the Giants and a shutout at more »

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San Francisco Giants

Tim Licecum, Matt Cain and Madison Bumgarner couldn’t get San Francisco their first victory of 2012; Barry Zito sure did, making a loud statement in the process. Zito, often criticized and jeered by his own fan base for his poor performances following his signing of a seven-year $126 million contract, more »

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