1. World Series 2011 Predictions: 10 Reasons the Philadelphia Phillies Win It All

    With all of the surprises in this year's regular season finishes, one club that is right where it was expected to be is the Philadelphia Phillies . With baseball's best record at 102-60 , the Phillies powered their way into the postseason...

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  2. Best Facial Hair in Bay Area Baseball History

    While facial hair has been a great topic of discussion around and about the game of baseball lately—especially in the Bay Area—San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson ...

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  3. With Lincecum Not Committing Long-Term, Case for Pujols/Fielder Is Compelling

    "I don't think it has to do with the offense." That's what Tim Lincecum —the ace of an elite pitching staff for the San Francisco Giants , a two-time Cy Young award winner ...

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  4. MLB Playoff Picture: Prospects' Performances Reveal Bochy's Errors

    Brett Pill's OPS is 1.067. Justin Christian is hitting .462 over his last five games. Brandon Crawford is hitting .353 over his last six games. And the Giants ? They've won nine of their last 10 ...

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  5. San Francisco Giants: Who Is Larry Baer, and Will He Push for Pujols, Fielder?

    When news broke Wednesday afternoon that Giants CEO Bill Neukom was stepping down from his post just three years after he took the helm, it was thought that one of the main reasons ...

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  6. San Francisco Giants: What Bill Neukom's Resignation as CEO Will Mean for 2012

    Mark Purdy of The San Jose Mercury News broke the news Tuesday afternoon that San Francisco Giants General Managing Partner and CEO Bill Neukom has been asked by the club's executive ...

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  7. San Francisco Giants: How Much Money Do They Really Have?

    As the San Francisco Giants head into the offseason following a disappointing year filled with injuries and setbacks, one of the biggest mysteries surrounding the team—at ...

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  8. Why the Giants Are Albert Pujols' Best Option

    Albert Pujols in a Giants uniform? Too expensive, you say. The Giants don't have enough money. He'll probably re-sign with the Cardinals ...

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  9. Bryce Harper vs. Ken Griffey, Jr: Who Finishes with a Better Career?

    The legend of Bryce Harper has already captivated followers of baseball, even though the man has never taken an official major league at-bat. Harper, an 18-year-old phenom who was drafted No...

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  10. San Francisco Giants 2012: The Search for a Leadoff Hitter

    An offense that in many statistical categories has proven to be the worst in all of baseball has had many weaknesses in 2011, one of which is a glaring inability to reach base by the leadoff hitter in the lineup...

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  11. San Francisco Giants: Will Brian Wilson Finally Shave the Beard?

    With the San Francisco Giants 8.5 games out of first place with just 16 games remaining in the regular season, the defending world champs face many significant questions as they head into the offseason...

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  12. Projecting the NL West in 2012

    The Arizona Diamondbacks are running away with the NL West in 2011, but with the San Francisco Giants anticipating the return of Buster Posey next season, as well as a healthier roster, the race for a division title in 2012 may look vastly different..

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  13. San Francisco Giants: 10 Potential Offseason Signings to Improve Rotation Depth

    The San Francisco Giants were fortunate when Ryan Vogelsong blossomed into a sensational starter after an injury to Barry Zito early in the 2011 season...

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  14. San Francisco Giants 2012: Who Will Be the Fifth Starter?

    The starting rotation for the San Francisco Giants on Opening Day 2011 consisted of Tim Lincecum, Jonathan Sanchez, Matt Cain, Barry Zito and Madison Bumgarner...

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  15. San Francisco Giants 2012: The Case for Albert Pujols

    Before you dismiss the idea of Albert Pujols in a Giants uniform, consider this: The defending world champs, though very likely to miss the playoffs in 2011, have sold out every home game this season...

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  16. San Francisco Giants: With 2011 (Unofficially) Over, a Look Ahead to 2012

    The Giants ' 4-1 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks Sunday afternoon all but sealed the fate of the defending world champs, as they fell a season-high seven games back of the Snakes with just 22 games remaining in the regular season...

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  17. Carlos Beltran: From Bad Investment to Toast of the Town in a Single Night

    Before Friday night's contest against the Arizona Diamondbacks , Carlos Beltran had four RBI in 21 games played as a Giant. On Friday night, Beltran had three more after a 4-for-4 performance in which he was a double shy of hitting for the cycle...

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  18. Who Are These Guys, and What Have You Done with the San Francisco Giants?

    For some poor Giants fans that turned on the television mid-game and saw a ball land half-way up the left-center field bleachers, there was no doubt a panicked, split-second tension, ...

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  19. San Francisco Giants: 4 Ways Brett Pill Can Help Down the Stretch

    The Giants are 1-0 with Brett Pill in their dugout, and while he has yet to make his major league debut, what he's accomplished in Triple-A has gotten people excited about the potential ...

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  20. San Francisco Giants: With a Void in Leadership, Enter Pat Burrell

    When Buster Posey was lost for the season, the San Francisco Giants lost more than their catcher and cleanup hitter...

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  21. San Francisco Giants: 4 Keys To Sweeping Arizona Diamondbacks, Why It Can Happen

    The last time the Giants and Diamondbacks met, San Francisco's usually-lifeless offense exploded for eight runs on 12 hits, defeating Arizona 8-1 in the series finale at AT&T Park on August 3 ...

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  22. Were Aaron Rowand and Miguel Tejada the Problem All Along?

    Brian Wilson was breaking a bat with his beard, in slow motion of course, in the dugout Wednesday afternoon, and there were Giants (that's right, Giants ) seen smiling...

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  23. What It All Means for the Offense: Brett Pill Promoted, Rowand and Tejada Gone

    Giants beat writer Andrew Baggarly reports that the defending champs have purchased the contract of slugging first baseman Brett Pill from the Fresno Grizzlies, and have designated Aaron Rowand and Miguel Tejada for assignment...

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  24. San Francisco Giants: Ranking Pitchers Who Have Dominated SF, by Mediocrity

    Perhaps it's time to embrace the pain. After all, contrary to popular opinion, things can, and very possibly will, get worse for the defending world champs...

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  25. Could Lance Berkman Be a Giant by Thursday?

    Lance Berkman has reportedly cleared waivers and can now be traded by the St. Louis Cardinals to any other MLB team prior to the deadline for traded players to participate in the postseason, which is midnight Wednesday...

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