1. De La Rosa Takes Shutout into 9th, D-Backs Beat Heston

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  2. Giants Scouting Reds Starter Mike Leake

    Cincinnati is currently 12 1/2 games back of St. Louis in the National League Central standings, so it's a near certainty that the club will be sellers at the July 31 deadline. Johnny Cueto is an impending free agent and a tremendous trade chip...

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  3. Vogelsong Can't Overcome Early Wildness

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  4. For 2nd Straight Night, Giants Bats Quiey

    SAN FRANCISCO -- The Arizona Diamondbacks again muted the San Francisco Giants ' offense, limiting the reigning World Series champions to four hits Saturday in a 4-2 victory...

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  5. Heston Brings Confidence to No-Hit Encore

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Due entirely to a random shuffling, Chris Heston has traded places in the Giants ' clubhouse, switching to a dressing stall that brought him closer to the club's established starting pitchers...

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  6. Giants Get Two Hits, Lose 1-0 to Diamondbacks

    The last time the Giants were no-hit in a home game, their home was Candlestick Park. Buster Posey assured that Kevin Brown's name still is attached to that factoid. Brown, with the Marlins , no-hit the Giants on June 10, 1997...

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  7. Crawford Not a One-Trick Pony, Now Playing Like an All-Star

    In his role as the San Francisco Giants ' shortstop, Brandon Crawford is accustomed to being measured against the likes of Troy Tulowitzki, Andrelton Simmons and his more esteemed positional peers...

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  8. Strong Matt Cain Return Could Make Giants the Favorites in Tight NL West

    The West Coast X-factor could be on its way. With the National League West riddled with injuries and disappointment, no team has identified itself as a surefire favorite through the first 10 weeks of the season...

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  9. Instant Replay: Giants Blow Chance at Sweep, Lose on Walk-off

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  10. Giants End Good Trip with 1st Walkoff Defeat of Year

    NEW YORK - The Phillies and Mets are not very good right now, the former because of the team's makeup, the latter because two of their best hitters are out and their pitching has not been a dynamo as expected...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 1 month ago 52 reads 0 comments

  11. Chris Heston's Long, Arduous Path to Baseball Immortality

    Chris Heston began the year at Triple-A. Tuesday night, he authored the first no-hitter of the season in the majors, the first rookie in eight years to accomplish that feat...

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  12. Lincecum Will Test New Approach on Network Showcase

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  13. Back to Ball: Barry Bonds Instructing Youth in Marin

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  14. Giants Fan Bryan Stow Thanks Caregivers for His Recovery

    SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - A San Francisco Giants fan who was attacked at Dodger Stadium in March 2011 has returned to the Bay Area hospital where he made his recovery to thank the caregivers who helped save his life...

    Mike  Denevi Written by Mike Denevi about 1 month ago 47 reads 0 comments

  15. Instant Replay: Giants hammer Harvey, beat Mets 8-5

    NEW YORK — The Dark Knight? Against a suddenly power-packed Giants lineup, Matt Harvey was more like George Clooney's version in “Batman & Robin...

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  16. Giants see Harvey just fine, wallop another Mets stud

    The Giants are proving to be a dangerous team because their lineup forces pitchers to work and is not cowed by fastballs that approach triple-digit velocity.....

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  17. Cain (Elbow) Hits 94 MPH in Rehab Start

    NEW YORK – Matt Cain was 300 miles down the Eastern Seaboard and wearing a Double-A uniform Tuesday night. But as he watched the final innings of Chris Heston's no-hitter, all the emotion and anticipation put him right in the vicinity...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 1 month ago 131 reads 0 comments

  18. Giants Place Blanco on Concussion DL

    NEW YORK -- Brandon Belt nearly lost the end of the 2014 season to a concussion, so when Gregor Blanco started asking him questions about dizziness and headaches, Belt immediately went to tell the trainers...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 1 month ago 89 reads 0 comments

  19. Giants Place Blanco on Concussion DL

    Gregor Blanco placed on 7 day DL retro to yesterday with a concussion. Jarrett Parker recalled from Sacramento...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 1 month ago 2 reads 0 comments

  20. Blanco Checked for Concussion Before Light Night for Outfield

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  21. New York Mets React to Being No-Hit by Giants Rookie Chris Heston

    NEW YORK -- David Wright has taken up residence in Los Angeles rehabbing his ailing lower back. Daniel Murphy has landed on the disabled list with a strained left quadriceps...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 1 month ago 4 reads 0 comments

  22. Lightning Round: Giants Rookie Chris Heston Just No-Hit the Mets

    But now it's time to learn the name, because Heston no-hit the Mets in just his 13th career start. It was weird. It was fun. And it made us want to share some thoughts...

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  23. Heston's Prep Coach Has Tearful Night at Citi Field

    NEW YORK -- The Giants dugout watched in familiar anticipation as Chris Heston's no-hitter unfolded in front of them. It would become the fourth they witnessed in four seasons...

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  24. Bochy on Heston: We Just Saw History

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  25. Bochy on Heston: We Just Saw History

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