1. San Francisco Giants' Matt Cain Not Perfect vs. Angels, but Good Enough to Win

    Matt Cain (9-2) took the mound Monday evening for the San Francisco Giants against the Los Angeles Angels in his first start since throwing the 22nd perfect game in major league history...

    Mark Probst Written by Mark Probst about over 2 years ago 431 reads 1 comments

  2. Matt Cain's Perfect Game Is First in San Francisco Giants History

    After nearly throwing a perfect game in the San Francisco Giants' home opener this year, Matt Cain accomplished the amazing feat on Wednesday night...

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  3. Madison Bumgarner Strikes Out 12 in San Francisco Giants Win

    Madison Bumgarner (8-3) had outstanding command on Tuesday night as he took the mound for the San Francisco Giants against the Houston Astros at AT&T Park...

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  4. San Francisco Giants: Is Bruce Bochy the Best Manager in the Game Today?

    Bruce Bochy , manager of the San Francisco Giants , is clearly one of the most underrated coaches in all of baseball...

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  5. 5 Current San Francisco Giants That Do Not Belong in the Big Leagues

    Over the past few seasons, much has been made about the Giants farm system and their ability to draft and develop young stars...

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  6. Bruce Bochy Minces No Words, Calls out Pablo Sandoval's Weight

    Prior to Saturday’s afternoon game vs. the Texas Rangers at AT&T Park, Giants manager Bruce Bochy was asked numerous questions about Pablo Sandoval...

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  7. San Francisco Giants: Rangers' Harrison Pitches a Gem, Blanks the Giants

    On a day after scoring eight runs on 15 hits, and 19 runs over the last three games, the Giants surging offense was brought to a screeching halt Friday evening...

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  8. The Good, the Bad, the Ugly and Why the Giants Are Still Sitting Pretty

    With a third of the season in the rear view mirror, the 2012 season for the Giants has gone anything but expected. A team that continues to be plagued with injuries to their key players, the Giants keep rolling along, finding ways to win ball games...

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  9. Cain Pitches Through Sloppy Defense, Giants Roll Padres 8-3

    In an afternoon rubber match in San Diego, the Giants beat the Padres to win their 12th series of the year, improving to 15-14 on the road and 6-1 in the month of June...

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  10. San Francisco Giants Come from Behind to Beat Cubs, Finally Complete a Sweep

    After previously going 0-4 this year in series where they had a chance to sweep, the San Francisco Giants finally got the job done Monday afternoon...

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  11. 5 Active Players Who Could Reach 3000 Hit Milestone in the Next Three Years

    It has long been said that reaching 3000 hits in the Major Leagues guarantees you entry into the Hall of Fame...

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  12. SF Giants Miss Another Opportunity at a Sweep, Fall to Diamondbacks 4-1

    Wednesday night’s game matched Tim Lincecum (2-6, 5.82) against Ian Kennedy (4-5, 4.26), two aces that have struggled to find their typically dominant form so far this year...

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  13. San Francisco Giants: Why Are the Power Pitchers Losing Their Velocity?

    Over the past two years there is a disturbing trend in the San Francisco Giants ’ pitching staff, one that is seemingly going unnoticed...

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  14. San Francisco Giants' Tim Lincecum Should Be Leading the National League in Wins

    Wednesday afternoon, Tim Lincecum pitched seven strong innings, giving up one run while striking out six, en route to his 13th win...

    Mark Probst Written by Mark Probst about over 3 years ago 1,909 reads 34 comments

  15. Will Clark vs. Barry Bonds: What If 'Will the Thrill' Had Joined Team Balco?

    On April 8th, 1986, a young, confident (some would say cocky), 22-year-old rookie stepped up to the plate in the Houston Astrodome against future Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan, one of the most feared pitchers of all time...

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  16. Mike Krukow Calls Out Bruce Bochy and Brian Sabean: It's About Time Someone Did

    For most of the 2011 season, San Francisco Giant fans have reveled in their World Champion status. The “torture” that was the 2010 season was well worth the agony, and ...

    Mark Probst Written by Mark Probst about over 3 years ago 2,815 reads 7 comments

  17. Bruce Bochy Needs to Share the Blame for San Francisco Giants' Lack of Hitting

    The Giants got shut out again Thursday night in Atlanta, yet again wasting another brilliant performance by their ace, Tim Lincecum...

    Mark Probst Written by Mark Probst about over 3 years ago 455 reads 4 comments

  18. San Francisco Giants Pitchers: Why Is Their Velocity Disappearing?

    Is there an issue with the Giants ' conditioning regimen, or are many of the pitchers just tired after an extended 2010? There was much talk in spring training about the condition ...

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  19. As Expected, All of You San Francisco Giant Bandwagon Fans, Exit Stage Left

    It’s pretty amazing how quickly people can abandon something they seemed so fanatic about such a short time ago...

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  20. San Francisco Giants' Lineup for Game 1 of the 2012 World Series...Yes, 2012

    Assuming the Giants can survive this slump and win the NL West, most Giant fans have a good idea what the 2011 postseason lineup will look like...

    Mark Probst Written by Mark Probst about over 3 years ago 1,420 reads 16 comments

  21. San Francisco Giants Fans Need to Take a Deep Breath and Calm Down

    The last time the Giants finished a series with the Philadelphia Phillies , Giants fans were feeling pretty darn good...

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  22. San Francisco Giants' Successes to Bring Payroll Pain

    The San Francisco Giants woke up this morning in Philadelphia preparing themselves for a three-game series against the Philadelphia Phillies , the best team in Major League Baseball to this point...

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  23. San Francisco Giants: Bruce Bochy Continues to Steady the Ship

    The San Francisco Giants wrapped up their series with the Minnesota Twins yesterday by winning the rubber match, taking the three-game series on a glorious afternoon game in San Francisco...

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  24. San Fransico Giant Hitters Need to Start Earning Their Paycheck

    If I had told you at the beginning of the season that on June 21st, the Giants would be six games over .500 and half a game up in the NL West, you probably would’ve taken it, especially if you would’ve considered their schedule...

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  25. Repeat in Baseball? Not Likely: Check Out the Odds and Which League Repeats Most

    As the Giants begin their quest for a repeat title, they will have their work cut out for them. Over the last 30 years, Major League Baseball has seen the least amount of repeat champions out of the big four (NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB)...

    Mark Probst Written by Mark Probst about over 3 years ago 1,057 reads 4 comments