Giants Offense Continues to Mash, Beat Dodgers 7-2

It’s never a dull game when the Giants play the boys in blue. Following a loss to the Giants on Opening Day, the Dodgers hoped to get back on track with Clayton Kershaw’s replacement, lefty Paul Maholm on the mound. San Francisco had other plans. Continuing their offensive streak, the Giants raked and put 11 hits on the board, including more »

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Dallas Braden Gets a New Gig and Jarrod Parker’s Outlook

Dallas Braden has landed a new gig. The former Oakland Athletics lefty will join the lineup on ESPN’s Baseball Tonight as a studio analyst, according to a story on the network’s website. It’s great news and well-deserved for the starter, whose promising career was cut short by a shoulder injury after just five seasons. The Mayor of the 209 is more »

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Pondering the Panda

Pablo Sandoval is reportedly going to be heading into Spring Training in the best shape of his life, but at this point I think most Giants fans are in “I’ll believe it when I see it” mode. Offseason stories about Sandoval’s conditioning are nothing new; the Giants and Pablo Sandoval have seemingly been at odds over the player’s fluctuating weight 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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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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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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