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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Giants Swept Away By Cubs

It’s been almost 20 years since the Chicago Cubs (48-55) have swept the San Francisco Giants (46-58) and today they did it with a 2-1 victory at AT&T Park. This series was the second time the Giants have been swept at home this season. Even with another loss under his belt, starting pitcher, Tim Lincecum (5-11, 4.61 ERA), threw seven more »

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San Francisco Giants Draft Retrospective

Today marked the start of the 2013 Rule IV amateur draft in baseball, and the Giants selected a high school shortstop with their pick. With the 25th overall pick, the Giants took Christian Arroyo out of Hernando High School in Florida. Arroyo is seen as an offense-first shortstop who caught the eye of the Giants scouts who saw him hit. more »

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Lincecum Gives Giants Quality Start

Tim Lincecum (4-5, 4.75 ERA) gave the San Francisco Giants (31-27) a quality start tonight giving them the win over the Toronto Blue Jays (24-33). Lincecum threw 7.0 innings, allowing just one run on three hits and one walk with six strikeouts. This outing marked the fourth quality start for Lincecum and the second-straight quality start by a Giants’ starter. more »

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Lincecum Hit Hard in Giants’ Loss to Phillies

Despite completing seven innings, San Francisco Giants (19-14) pitcher, Tim Lincecum (now 2-2), suffered a 6-2 loss against the Philadelphia Phillies (16-18) tonight. Lincecum had seven strikeouts, gave up three walks (one intentional), and had five earned runs for the night. The winning pitcher was the Phillies’ Kyle Kendrick (now 4-1) who only allowed two earned runs. Throughout the game, more »

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