1. San Francisco 49ers Daunted By Another Franchise Rebuild

    The 1981 season for the San Francisco 49ers marked the beginning of a historic run that few franchises have ever enjoyed. From a team that floundered in mediocrity, rose legends that the game will never forget...

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  2. NLCS 2010: 10 Ways Tim Lincecum and Giants Send the Phillies Packing

    The 2010 NLCS has but a short time left before evolving into The World Series, here are ten ways Tim Lincecum and company can expedite the process. Game Five of the script-busting NLCS begins this afternoon, promptly at 4:57pm...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about almost 5 years ago 1,074 reads 0 comments

  3. MLB Free Agents 2011: Top 10 Players The Giants Should Be Shopping For

    No matter how deep San Francisco rides into the playoffs this year, the Giants should have a close eye on the 2011 Free Agent Class. The Giants can pitch, there is no doubt about that...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about 4 years ago 6,703 reads 4 comments

  4. NLCS 2010: Panda Sighting In Game 2, Pablo Sandoval Returning To SF Lineup?

    The 2010 NLCS showdown between the Philadelphia Phillies and the San Francisco Giants is underway in earnest. With the series tied at one game apiece, the NLCS almost takes on a 5-game set feel...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about 4 years ago 2,217 reads 13 comments

  5. NLCS 2010: Do The Giants Have Enough Thump To Take On The Mighty Phillies?

    As the 2010 postseason delves further into October, the San Francisco Giants and the Philadelphia Phillies are the last two National League teams standing...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about 4 years ago 1,953 reads 102 comments

  6. San Francisco Giants: Five Things They Need to Do to Win the Series in Colorado

    By the time the San Francisco Giants take the field in Colorado Friday night, there will be nine regular season games left.I'm not sure there is anything regular about them...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about 4 years ago 2,364 reads 18 comments

  7. San Francisco Giants Once Again an Unbalanced Team With 10 Games Left

    The State of the Union for the San Francisco Giants is slightly north of bleak. With 10 games left in the pennant race, it looks like two, possibly three teams stand in the way of the Giants and their first playoff appearance since 2003...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about 4 years ago 600 reads 5 comments

  8. NL West Race: The 10 Biggest Surprises in MLB’s Most Competitive Division

    As we enter the final two weeks of the 2010 season, we are witnessing an epic battle for first place in the National League West.For fans out west, this has been one of the most exciting and memorable seasons in recent memory...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about 4 years ago 1,733 reads 3 comments

  9. 1989 San Francisco Giants National League Championship Team: Where Are They Now?

    The 1989 San Francisco Giants will always be a special team. They were the first Giants squad that I had the rare privilege of watching play in a World Series. This Giant team had a potent lineup, they could hit for average and power...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about 4 years ago 6,171 reads 14 comments

  10. Cries In San Francisco: 'C'mon Barry, Don't Zito Us, Not Now!'

    Do you remember being excited about rooting for a Giant named Barry? I remember getting stoked about the idea that the Giants now had two Barrys to root for. As one Barry faded into the San Francisco mist, another joined the team...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about 4 years ago 486 reads 50 comments

  11. San Francisco Giants NL West Chase: 10 Key Things to Watch Down the Stretch

    The Giants' season-long chase after the San Diego Padres has finally paid off. San Francisco is half a game back of the Padres. Getting here has been a lengthy and remarkable pursuit marked by the resilience and dedication of the boys in orange and black.

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about 4 years ago 2,002 reads 28 comments

  12. San Francisco Giants Vs. San Diego Padres: A Bullpen Analysis

    As the 2010 Season dwindles down to a handful of games, two National Leagues teams are bracing for an epic showdown that will likely decide the winner of the National League West Division...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about 4 years ago 1,750 reads 6 comments

  13. The Top 100 Giants Players of All Time

    The New York Giants were established in 1883. In 1958 the club moved out west, becoming who they are today—the San Francisco Giants. Along the way, there have been many fun players, many great players...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about 4 years ago 46,634 reads 75 comments

  14. Do the San Francisco Giants Have a Shot to Win the NL Wild Card?

    As the 2010 Regular Season is drawing to a close, the National League Wild Card Hunt begins in earnest.The San Francisco Giants have been trying to catch the division leading Padres all season, without success...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about 4 years ago 2,278 reads 26 comments

  15. San Francisco Giants Making Guarantees With Unlikely Heroes, Fresh Faces

    It is not a show on Broadway, although it entertains you like one. Nor is it a Shakespearean tragedy, yet it is rich in suspense and drama. It is the second half of the 2010 season in San Francisco...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about 4 years ago 531 reads 9 comments

  16. Aubrey Huff, Andres Torres: Co-MVP's in San Francisco?

    The San Francisco Giants have a small problem. It is a very good problem to have - who will be their 2010 MVP? With abysmal run production and power numbers over the past few seasons, the Giants are finally enjoying some excitement at the plate...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about 4 years ago 2,415 reads 25 comments

  17. Isn't It Time the National League West Finally Gets Some Love?

    For years now, possibly even generations, the National League West has been the understated and forgotten division in professional baseball...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about 4 years ago 439 reads 3 comments

  18. SF Giants: Milestones on the Road to the Playoffs.

    The San Francisco Giants have had an impressive first half of baseball. They have enjoyed successes, while improving on their shortcomings. The Giants youth movement has begun to reap rewards...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about over 5 years ago 438 reads 14 comments

  19. John Bowker Called Up to San Francisco, Ryan Sadowski Sent Down to San Jose

    Late Thursday afternoon the San Francisco Giants called up John Bowker from Triple-A Fresno. Giants manager Bruce Bochy indicated in a pregame show recently there were almost daily discussions about Bowker's activity in Fresno and a possible call-up...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about over 5 years ago 569 reads 21 comments

  20. Five Reasons to Vote Pablo Sandoval into the All-Star Game

    The San Francisco Giants' own Pablo Sandoval is having a break-out year in his first full season in the Majors. Sandoval's bat has been among the best in the National League, his versatility in the infield an incredible asset...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about over 5 years ago 543 reads 13 comments

  21. Giants: What To Do With Travis Ishikawa?

    The San Francisco Giants are in the thick of things again. Six games back of the potent Dodgers in the NL West, and one-and-a-half games ahead of the pack in the NL Wild Card race. And a very tough and dangerous pack it is: St...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about over 5 years ago 583 reads 17 comments

  22. San Francisco Giants: Cain Is Able

    There are whispers in San Francisco. From the fog banked hills to the sun drenched downtown streets—there are whispers. Barely audible mutterings, a once very familiar phrase coming back...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about over 5 years ago 371 reads 5 comments

  23. Tim Lincecum, Giants Look To Avoid Sweep

    Reigning 2008 Cy Young award winner, Tim Lincecum, is all that stands between a sweep at the hands of Los Angeles Angels. Or was it the Anaheim Angels of Los Angeles...or...maybe it was LA Angels of Anaheim...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about over 5 years ago 74 reads 6 comments

  24. 2009 S.F. Giants: Love 'Em, or Leave 'Em?

    As the 2009 Season break and All-Star game approaches, the San Francisco Giants find themselves in a curious bind. Coming into the season the Giants had the lowest rated line-up in the majors...

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  25. Randy Johnson Gunning For 300th Win

    300 is a popular number lately. The Chrysler 300... zzz. 300 (Spartans) ... bleh. Even the $300 stimulus check was a little understated. Tonight in our nation's capital, there might possibly be a 300 that is truly sensational...

    Joe Casolo Written by Joe Casolo about over 5 years ago 113 reads 1 comments