Pagan Vs Aoki

Nori Aoki Should Hit Leadoff for The Giants

The San Francisco Giants officially announced on Tuesday the signing of outfielder Nori Aoki. Aoki has, over his three year career in the MLB, totaled 1531 plate appearances as a leadoff hitter and … Continue Reading →


Help Us, Pablo Sandoval

Help Us Pablo Sandoval, You’re Our Only Hope.

Help Us Pablo Sandoval – You’re Our Only Hope Back in August, I wrote that the San Francisco Giants had to find a way to pay Pablo Sandoval, even if it “costs … Continue Reading →


September Series against Dodgers Key to Giants Postseason Hopes

With just three weeks remaining in the MLB regular season, the San Francisco Giants maintain a firm grasp on top spot in the National League Wild Card standings, but continue … Continue Reading →


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How an ex-Giants Pitcher Transitioned Into A Different Career

How the lure of Poker Changed Orel Hershiser Orel Hershiser had a very underwhelming experience with the San Francisco Giants. He played just one season for the Giants when he … Continue Reading →


Giants On The Corners

Giants On The Corners

Giants On The Corners Whether you like it or not, the time is coming. Buster Posey will no longer be the catcher for your San Francisco Giants. You’ll look out … Continue Reading →


Giants, White Sox Preview

Giants Pitching Preview vs White Sox

Giants Tickets Down 15% For Series Vs White Sox The San Francisco Giants have lost four straight and are now five games out in the NL West. They’re even behind … Continue Reading →


Andrew Susac, Posey's Little Mini-Me

Andrew Susac Looks Very Similar To Buster Posey. And It’s Awesome.

We have all had that experience where someone we know starts to emulate us. And not just emulate, but copy every. single. little. thing. At first it’s cute and then … Continue Reading →


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Giants Tickets For Series Vs Pirates 43% Below Season Average

The San Francisco Giants haven’t been able to pull away in the NL West after a hot start to the season. They are now trailing the Los Angeles Dodgers, after … Continue Reading →


ugglaexperiment

The Dan Uggla Experiment Begins Now

Tonight the San Francisco Giants will officially begin the Dan Uggla Experiment. Unofficially, this expierment started exactly a week ago, with the following tweet from the Atlanta Braves. “The Braves have released … Continue Reading →


jeff samardzija

No, Thank You. I’d Rather Not Trade For Jeff Samardzija

  A few weeks back, I wrote about potential trade targets for the San Francisco Giants. James Shields, Jeff Samardzija, and Jed Lowrie. One of them was more obvious than … Continue Reading →