Lincecum’s Early Exit, Royals Complete Sweep 7-4

Tim Lincecum (9-7, 4.22 ERA) struggled mightily in Sunday’s start and the Giants’ offense was outmatched, completing the sweep for the Royals 7-4. With a day game following a night game, Bruce Bochy trotted out several recent call-ups with an infield roster containing Matt Duffy, Joe Panik, Adam Duvall, and Andrew Susac. However, the combination of Fresno Grizzlies and Flying more »

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Brewers Top Giants 4-3

If there is one thing the San Francisco Giants (61-52) have been doing on this 10-game road trip is building momentum. Sounds strange considering a team should be building momentum on their home field but for the Giants, a break away from AT&T seems to be doing the trick. Well, kind of. They hit another speed bump against the Milwaukee more »

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Lincecum Solid, Offense Struggles

The San Francisco Giants (54-44) three game winning streak and a chance to sweep the Miami Marlins (45-52) was shattered this afternoon with a 3-2 loss in the series finale. Starting pitcher, Tim Lincecum (9-6, 3.68 ERA), struggled in the first inning, allowing a two-run homer to Casey McGehee. But after that, Lincecum shut down the Marlins until the seventh more »

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Late Inning Homers From Morse And Belt Topple Padres

It wasn’t easy and it wasn’t particularly pretty but the Giants snapped their 3-game losing streak with multiple home runs, defeating the Padres 5-3. Given the free-fall that happened in June, it’s surprising that the Giants were only sitting one back from the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL West standings before today’s game. The back-and-forth in the West is more »

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Giants Shut Out By Marlins

The San Francisco Giants (27-17) were shut out Saturday by the Miami Marlins (23-21) for the third time this season and for the second time this homestand. Tim Lincecum (3-3, 4.74ERA) gave the Giants another quality start, after coming off his best start of the season last Monday against Atlanta. Lincecum gave up only three runs, six strikeouts, and three more »

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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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Lincecum Wins, Liriano Struggles

The San Francisco Giants (57-72) supported starting pitcher, Tim Lincecum (7-13, 4.55 ERA) in tonight’s win against the NL Central leaders, the Pittsburgh Pirates (76-53). It’s no secret that Giants’ run support for Lincecum has been weak throughout the season. They have gone just three-for-14 in his last 17 outings and received just 2.42 runs support during this time. Tonight more »

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Giants Struck Down By Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox (74-53) haven’t been to AT&T Park since 2010 and back then, they took two of three games from the San Francisco Giants (55-68).  This series marks the fourth time these two teams have faced each other and the Giants are now 3-7 all-time against the Red Sox after being shut out 7-0. Giants starter, Tim Lincecum more »

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