1. Want to Know About the Organization's Top Pitching Prospects?

    Catcher Jeff Arnold was sitting in the home dugout at Scottsdale Stadium on Friday when Ryan Vogelsong gave up a leadoff triple in the third inning...

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  2. Giants Notes: Affeldt Inherits a Huge Responsibility

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Jeremy Affeldt appeared to jog through pitcher's fielding practice in slow motion Sunday, prompting a reporter to ask Giants manager Bruce Bochy what percentage effort he thought the left-hander was giving...

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  3. Hudson Gets More Than Sunday Drive in Giants Debut

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Six months after Tim Hudson fractured his ankle while covering first base, he made his spring debut for the Giants on Sunday. And wouldn't you know it, on the fourth batter he faced, he had to find the bag again...

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  4. Hudson Looks Healthy in SF Spring Debut

    Hudson's Giants debut: 2 innings, 0 hits, 0 runs, 0 walks, 1 strikeout, 1 healthy-looking ankle. Threw 27 pitches, 17 strikes...

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  5. Circle March 10 for Barry Bonds' Arrival in Giants Camp

    MESA, Ariz. – Barry Bonds didn't want to take off his Giants uniform after the 2007 season. He wanted to play one more season.....

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  6. Giants Not Setting a Spring Ceiling for Law

    When asked about the young starting pitchers the Giants invited to camp, Brian Sabean was careful not to raise expectations, saying he didn't want to add unnecessary pressure...

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  7. Projecting Brandon Crawford's 2014 Season

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  8. Giants Minor Leaguer Suspended for Amphetamines

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Giants minor league infielder Ryan Jones received a 50-game suspension without pay after testing positive for amphetamine, Major League Baseball announced Thursday...

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  9. San Francisco Giants: A Position-by-Position Breakdown at Spring Training

    The grass has been cut and the fields manicured—spring baseball is upon us. The smell of hot dogs wafts through the air, as the fan next to you curses the nacho cheese he just dripped on his new jersey...

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  10. Giants Spring Training 2014: Daily Updates, Scores, News and Analysis

    It's an even-numbered year, so if recent history is any indication, good things should be on the horizon for the San Francisco Giants in 2014...

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  11. MLB Team Needs 2014: San Francisco Giants

    The San Francisco Giants are certainly one of the more intriguing teams heading into the 2014 season. Despite coming off a lackluster 76-86 season, they have all of the tools to post yet another World Series run...

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  12. Comparing San Francisco Giants to the Rest of the NL West

    After finishing third in the National League West in 2013, the San Francisco Giants will look to return to their winning ways once again in 2014...

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  13. Morse on the Reddick Robberies: “I Was Like, 'I Thought We Were Friends.'

    The good news for San Francisco Giants fans: Michael Morse feels good about his swing, and he showed off some of that needed pop with two liners to the right-field wall. The bad news? Josh Reddick exists...

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  14. Twelve Lessons Learned on Giants Photo Day

    Ah, the grand tradition of photo day, when professional baseball players and coaches take time out of their day to look really, really, really awkward. Don't worry, guys, they're only pictures...

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  15. Bumgarner on Opening Day Start: “It's a Humbling Deal.”

    Madison Bumgarner saw reporters inching closer and closer to his locker, so he turned and walked over. When you're named the opening day starter, he was told, you have to talk about it...

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  16. San Francisco Giants Willing to Share AT&T Park with Oakland A's

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- With the Oakland A's filing into Scottsdale Stadium for the Cactus League opener, Giants president and CEO Larry Baer acknowledged Wednesday that he could see ...

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  17. Giants Notes: Bochy Enthused About Collision Rule, Replay

    The Giants ' first semblance of an actual baseball game in 2014 ended in irony. With a play at the plate, of all things...

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  18. Giants Name Madison Bumgarner Opening Day Starter vs. ARI

    Left-hander Madison Bumgarner will be the starting pitcher for the Giants on opening day this season, the club announced Tuesday afternoon. So he'll be getting the ball Monday, March 31 when the Giants face the Diamondbacks in Arizona...

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  19. Bumgarner to Start Opening Day for Giants

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  20. What the San Francisco Giants Can Expect from Michael Morse in 2014

    When the San Francisco Giants signed free agent outfielder Michael Morse on Dec. 17, the move signified Brian Sabean's desire to fix something that wasn't entirely broken...

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  21. Why Tim Lincecum Will Have a Comeback Year in 2014

    Tim Lincecum may no longer be “The Freak” he once was. His days of being the Giants frontline starter are long gone as Matt Cain and Madison Bumgarner have become the top two pitchers of the staff...

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  22. Torre: Cousins Would Have Been Out, Possibly Disciplined

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Major League Baseball did not seek to eliminate all collisions at home plate with the ratification of Rule 7.13, executive vice president Joe Torre said on Monday...

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  23. Buster Posey Reviews Text of Catcher Collision Rule

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Buster Posey has a vested interest in new regulations to cover collisions at home plate.....

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  24. Giants Show Their Support for Protesters in Venezuela

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Giants outfielder Gregor Blanco was just 16 when a Venezuelan gang kidnapped him, holding him at gunpoint for four hours while demanding money from the Blanco family...

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  25. Giants, A's Players Show Support of Venezuelan Protesters

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Giants outfielder Gregor Blanco was just 16 when a group of armed men kidnapped him, holding him at gunpoint for four hours while demanding $1,000 from his mother...

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