1. Tim Lincecum, San Francisco Giants Lose Low-Scoring Affair to Milwaukee Brewers

    Tim Lincecum's pitching like a Cy Young ace once again. If there is one player that is key to the Giants in their postseason race, it's Lincecum: the staff ace and reigning National League Cy Young Award winner...

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  2. Randy Wolf Shuts Down San Francisco for Nine Innings

    Orange Fridays just aren't as magical as they used to be.There's really not much to be said about this game. The Giants lost 3-0 because they simply could not execute...

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  3. San Francisco Giants: Sole Possession of First Place

    Things did not get off to a great start on Thursday night. Rafael Furcal led off with a double, and Juan Uribe made an error on a Theriot sacrifice bunt, allowing the Dodgers to take an early 1-0 lead...

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  4. San Francisco Giants Take Second Game in LA Dodgers Series, 2-1

    Matt Cain pitched a great game. What's new? He dueled with Billingsley for seven innings for a line of 7 IP, 0 ER, 3 H, 0 BB, 5 K...

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  5. San Francisco Giants Lose Series Opener Against Los Angeles Dodgers, 1-0

    Up against the young Dodgers' ace Clayton Kershaw, the Giants failed to score a run. Barry Zito, too, was dealing for a while until the sixth inning, when he hit Reed Johnson with a pitch and then walked Rafael Furcal and Andre Ethier...

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  6. Giants-Padres: San Francisco Once Again Tied for First Place

    The Giants are once again tied with the Padres for first place in the NL West after beating them to win the series finale. Tim Lincecum pitched well for the third time this month, allowing just one earned run in seven innings while striking out nine...

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  7. San Francisco Giants Vs. San Diego Padres: Series Finale

    The San Francisco Giants are facing the San Diego Padres in a critical game. If the Giants win, they will take first place, but if they lose, they will fall back to two games behind in the NL West...

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  8. San Francisco Giants Lose to San Diego Padres, 1-0

    Saturday's game was characterized by dominant pitching and poor umpiring behind the plate. Madison Bumgarner pitched a beautiful game, allowing only one earned run on three hits through seven innings...

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  9. San Francisco Giants Tied for First Place in NL West

    May 6. That is the last day the Giants were in 1st place. Four months later, the Giants stand atop the NL West, tied with the San Diego Padres. They won 1-0 on Friday thanks to yet another strong pitching effort...

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  10. San Francisco Giants Win Opener in San Diego

    The Giants got on the board early in the first inning and did not look back from there—Andres Torres led off the game with a triple, and Freddy Sanchez knocked him in with an RBI single...

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  11. San Francisco Giants Win Behind Tim Lincecum's Dominance and Extra-Base Hits

    From the start of Tuesday's game, the Giants' bats were working. Andres Torres - who had been struggling - led off with a double, and two batters later, Aubrey Huff hit a two-run homer...

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  12. San Francisco Giants Win Behind Tim Lincecum's Dominance and Extra-Base Hits

    From the start of Tuesday's game, the Giants' bats were working. Andres Torres - who had been struggling - led off with a double, and two batters later, Aubrey Huff hit a two-run homer...

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  13. San Francisco Giants Defeat Arizona Diamondbacks in 11 Innings

    On Monday, the Giants did what their team was built to do: win behind dominant pitching, and just enough run support. Madison Bumgarner had pitched a gem (7...

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  14. San Francisco Giants Shut Los Angeles Dodgers Down: One Game Back in NL West

    The Giants won the rubber game in the Dodgers series behind another brilliant performance by Jonathan Sanchez. He went seven scoreless innings, striking out nine, walking just one, and yielding only three hits...

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  15. San Francisco Giants Execute Comeback, Beat LA Dodgers 5-4

    Down 4-0 by the fifth inning, the Giants did not throw in the towels. Not one bit. Matt Cain settled down and threw shutout innings in the fifth, sixth, and seventh for a final line of 7 IP, 4 ER, 7 H, 1 BB, 6 K...

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  16. San Francisco Giants: Why Cody Ross Should Start Instead of Jose Guillen

    A few weeks ago, the Giants acquired Jose Guillen in order to give them an extra bat to push them into the playoffs. About a week later, the Giants were awarded Cody Ross off waivers...

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  17. Tim Lincecum, Welcome Back: Things Are Starting To Get Rolling

    The Giants won 2-1 on Wednesday and after a disastrous month of August, Tim Lincecum has rebounded. It took several starts to rediscover his rhythm, but he did his job on Wednesday night...

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  18. San Francisco Giants Torture Fans With Painful Loss To Colorado Rockies

    For the past few weeks or so, the Giants starting pitching has been the subject of much criticism. The blame for the Giants' dismal 12-15 August record has been placed upon this quintet...

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  19. San Francisco Giants Snap Losing Streak Behind Matt Cain

    Matt Cain is the 2010 stopper. Lincecum was the go-to guy last year; whenever the Giants had a losing streak, he would stop it; which is actually not surprising at all, considering ...

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  20. SF Giants: Five September Call-ups Who Could Impact Their Playoff Run

    The San Francisco Giants appear to be making a serious run at the playoffs, especially in the NL Wild Card race.With Sept...

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  21. San Francisco Giants Fail To Sweep, Lose To Reds 12-11 in 12 Innings

    Wednesday's game got off to a lousy start, as Bumgarner served up three home runs. His final line was: 2.2 IP, 7 ER, 3 HR. The Giants were at one point facing a 10-1 deficit against the Cincinnati Reds; but they rallied back...

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  22. San Francisco Giants Obliterate Cincinnati Reds, 16-5

    I truly thought it was gonna be hard for the Giants to best Monday's performance. I was wrong....they are now tied for first in the NL Wild Card...

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  23. Can San Francisco Giants Get on a Roll?

    Yes, this is an incredibly bold conclusion. Actually, I haven't concluded anything, I've just posed a question. The fact of the matter is, the Giants have an incredibly fickle nature...

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  24. MLB's Top Five Strikeout Relievers

    Relievers are often called upon when a strikeout is necessary to prevent the other team from scoring. Here are the five relievers that are best at striking hitters out, based on their K/9 rate...

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  25. MLB's Top 5 Catchers of the Future

    The future is looking bright for catcher's that can produce offensively. 2010 has seen the growth of many promising catchers, and the minors hold many future stars behind the dish. Here are the top 5 catchers of the future...

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