1. Tim Lincecum, Matt Cain, Madison Bumgarner: Who Will Throw A No-Hitter First?

    When Jonathan Sanchez threw his 110th pitch of the night on July 10th, 2009, he made San Francisco Giants history. It was called strike three, and with that, Sanchez became the first San Francisco Giant to throw a no-hitter since 1976...

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  2. San Francisco Giants Nation: Enough About Barry Bonds, It's Time To Move On

    Barry Bonds is still in the news. For Giants fans and for the Bay Area in general, he's been in the news seemingly non-stop for the last 18 years, since he first donned the orange and black in 1993...

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  3. Tim Lincecum and Brian Wilson: Can The San Francisco Giants Hold On To Them?

    The defending world champion San Francisco Giants have a lot to feel good about. They are, after all, coming off of their most historic and successful season since moving west ...

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  4. MLB's Best Signature Moves: The Fancy, the Athletic and the Just Plain Strange

    We've all seen it: the signature move. Many great baseball players have displayed them time and time again throughout their careers, and through them they make the game look easy...

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  5. MLB: Ranking the Greatest Bloodlines in Baseball History

    One of the great characteristics about the game of baseball is that families enjoy it together, whether a father taking his son to his first big league game, or fathers, sons and brothers sharing baseball on the diamond...

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  6. Barry Bonds and Steroids Deprived MLB Fans of More Than We Realize

    Barry Bonds awaits his fate in a federal courthouse in San Francisco for allegedly lying about knowingly using steroids. Whatever the outcome of that case, one thing is for certain: Bonds deprived us of more than we know as baseball fans...

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  7. San Francisco Giants: Still Better Than the Philadelphia Phillies

    Ask most baseball pundits and they'll tell you that the team to beat in the National League is the Philadelphia Phillies. Why? Well, the only major pickup the Phillies made this offseason was left-hander Cliff Lee ...

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  8. The Craziest Teams in Baseball History and the Championship Droughts They Broke

    We all know the plight of the Chicago Cubs. They haven’t won the World Series since 1908. That’s 103 years for those who are counting—and I bet fans on the North side of Chicago are counting every minute...

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