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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Giants Bid Adieu to Vogey

As is the nature of baseball, even the most endearing prodigal son stories rarely have truly happy endings. Such is the case with Ryan Vogelsong, who will part ways with the Giants after an unlikely late-career resurgence turned him into one of the team’s most reliable starting pitchers over the better part of a three-year period. The Giants declined to 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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Giants Acquire Pitcher Guillermo Moscoso From Cubs

The Giants dipped their toes into the trading pool today, acquiring right-handed starting pitcher Guillermo Moscoso from the Chicago Cubs for a player to be named later or cash. The 29-year-old Moscoso has spent all of 2013 in AAA and hasn’t seen major league action since last season. With Iowa, the Cubs’ AAA affiliate, he posted a 3.93 ERA in 94 innings, 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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No Clear Replacement For Vogelsong

It’s beginning to look like this just isn’t Ryan Vogelsong’s year. Even when he pitches well, it’s a letdown. On Monday night, Vogelsong pitched what was easily his best game of the season, tossing five shutout innings against the powerful Washington Nationals. As he was cruising right along, though, tragedy struck. While swinging at a pitch in the bottom of more »

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Giants’ Struggling Aces Seek Turnaround in May

Pitching, pitching, and more pitching. That was supposed to be the key to success for the San Francisco Giants this season. Since the post-Bonds renaissance began in 2009, an era that has already brought the city of San Francisco two world titles, the team’s calling card has been pitching and defense first. In the last four seasons, two of which more »

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