Giants All But Sweep L.A., Firing On All Cylinders To Open The 2016 Season

  • By Steve Ray
  • 12 April, 2016
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There’s nothing like coming within a hair’s breadth of taking all four games in a four-game home stand from the Los Angeles Dodgers to make the average San Francisco Giants … Continue Reading →


High Ticket Prices as Giants Host Dodgers For Early Season Iteration of NL West Rivalry

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  • 4 April, 2016
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It’s an “even” year in Major League Baseball, which tends to signal success as it concerns the San Francisco Giants these days. So far in 2016, it appears that sentiment … Continue Reading →


The San Francisco Giants’ Spring Training Pitching Woes

  • By Steve Ray
  • 24 March, 2016
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Well San Francisco Giants fans, I’m beginning to get antsy, which is another way of saying I’m concerned. About what, you might ask? Oh, I’m gonna tell you all about … Continue Reading →


Giants Revamp Rotation, Get Set To Make Mark In Spring Training Action

  • By admin
  • 11 March, 2016
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It’s another ‘even year’, so fans should start preparing for another Giants’ World Series win, right? A revamped starting rotation that features Madison Bumgarner, Johnny Cueto, and Jeff Samardzija will … Continue Reading →


Five Things To Focus On During Spring Training

  • By Steve Ray
  • 19 February, 2016
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Hey San Francisco Giants fans, Spring Training is no longer the stuff of daydreams. It’s not a distant, warm and fuzzy feeling in your navel. It’s here! Already started. There’s … Continue Reading →


Giants Strengthen Team in Time for Next Season

Since 2010, the San Francisco Giants have re-emerged as a downright dynasty in the National League. The team has won three World Series titles in the last six years and … Continue Reading →


San Francisco Giants Sign Denard Span

  • By Steve Ray
  • 7 January, 2016
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So, the San Francisco Giants signed an outfielder for three years and $31 million plus incentives, and it wasn’t Dexter Fowler. I’m okay with that, I really am. Here’s why: … Continue Reading →


The Case For Dexter Fowler To Sign With The San Francisco Giants

  • By Steve Ray
  • 5 January, 2016
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The uncertainty swirling around all San Francisco Giants outfielders not named Hunter Pence is something which has yet to be solved this offseason. While left field gets most of the … Continue Reading →


Tim Lincecum: A Brief History

  • By Robert
  • 17 February, 2015
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Even though Tim Lincecum is in his early 30s, it already seems like he has been through in entire career of ups and downs. The right-handed pitcher has won a pair of … Continue Reading →


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 →