1. San Francisco Giants: Taschner Out, Paulino In Then Out, Correa In

    Fifteen minutes before the press release was sent out, Phillies beat writer for MLB.com Todd Zolecki broke the news on twitter: the SF Giants traded pitcher Jack Taschner for Phillies catcher Ronny Paulino...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about over 5 years ago 348 reads 0 comments

  2. Venezuela-USA Preview: Team Venezuela Ready For Team USA in WBC

    Ah yes, Miami in March—the beach, bikinis, and the World Baseball Classic. Before Team USA and Team Venezuela head south toward the warm weather, they must play to determine the winner of Pool C...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about almost 6 years ago 122 reads 0 comments

  3. Oakland A's Spring Training: Images of the Week

    With 11 spring training games completed, the Oakland A’s stand in the middle of the pack in the Cactus League...

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  4. SF Giants Have a Motivator and Mentor in Randy Johnson

    Fans poured into AT&T Park for KNBR 680/Giants FanFest in high spirits on Feb. 7. Orange and black infused the home of the San Francisco Giants, as familiar ballpark aromas teased anxious fans...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about almost 6 years ago 139 reads 1 comments

  5. Another Day, Another Delay in Noah Lowry's Return for the Giants

    On the day that San Francisco Giants youngsters Travis Ishikawa and Nate Schierholtz were flexing their guns, Noah Lowry had to rest his...

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  6. Giants Lefty Jonathan Sanchez Eager To Represent Puerto Rico in WBC

    For a moment, San Francisco Giants pitcher Jonathan Sanchez provided hope during the dreary 2008 season. Although he ended the season 9-12, Sanchez' performance in June invoked optimism into AT&T Park...

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  7. Manny Pacquiao Day at AT&T Park

    According to SportingNews.com, the San Francisco Giants will be holding a “Manny Pacquiao Day” on April 21. Pacquiao will be throwing out the first pitch and fans in attendance will receive Manny Pacquiao bobbleheads...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about almost 6 years ago 464 reads 4 comments

  8. Phillies' JC Romero Given Unfair Punishment by MLB

    People everywhere are fully aware of the embarrassment Major League Baseball has endured due to the huge performance-enhancing drug fiasco...

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  9. Giants Sign Randy Johnson and Welcome Home The Big Unit

    Although a day late, the San Francisco Giants revealed what Santa has been working on this holiday season. Pitcher Randy Johnson signed a one-year contract with the Giants on Dec. 26 for an undisclosed amount...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about almost 6 years ago 146 reads 1 comments

  10. Manny Pacquiao: Pride Of The Philippines

    Almost two weeks have passed since Manny Pacquiao defeated Oscar De La Hoya in “The Dream Match.” The welterweight bout ended when De La Hoya’s corner decided to end the fight after the eighth round...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about almost 7 years ago 1,825 reads 3 comments

  11. Oakland Coliseum: Reputation Not Aligned With Reality

    I fell in love with baseball the moment I passed through the turnstiles of the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. While I was quite young, the magical world I entered was appraised correctly...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about 6 years ago 373 reads 0 comments

  12. San Francisco May Be Entering C.C. Sabathia Bidding War

    Louder rumblings are being heard about the San Francisco Giants getting ready to make free-agent C.C. Sabathia an offer. The word is that a 6-year, $100 million deal is the lure the Giants will be leaving out for the Bay Area native...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about 6 years ago 444 reads 2 comments

  13. San Francisco Giants Fishing in a Lake of Dodger Blue

    Reports surfaced that the San Francisco Giants are actively pursuing a number of players that donned Dodger blue last season...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about 6 years ago 374 reads 0 comments

  14. San Francisco Giants' Tim Lincecum Wins Cy Young

    In a season when there were few stunning highlights for the San Francisco Giants, there was one constant provider: Tim Lincecum...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about 6 years ago 247 reads 1 comments

  15. 2008 World Series: Finally, Unstoppable Phillies Are World Champions

    The Philadelphia Phillies are the 2008 World Series Champions. Let that sink in for a second. The Phillies are World Champions. After a 28-year drought, the Phillies were finally able to bring home a Championship trophy...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about 6 years ago 949 reads 5 comments

  16. Live Blogging the Continuation of Game Five of the World Series

    Game Five will end today. The thoughts are racing through my mind and, in order to keep me sane, all those thought will be recorded (all times are PM). 5:41 – I’m nervous...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about 6 years ago 161 reads 0 comments

  17. 2008 World Series: Battle of the Bullpens in Continuation of Game Five

    Let’s regain focus. The remainder of Game Five is upon us, and it provides wonderful opportunity for all sports fans to get a glimpse of the Tampa Bay Rays and Philadelphia Phillies...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about 6 years ago 565 reads 1 comments

  18. 2008 World Series: Game Five Suspended As MLB Stands in a Pool of Shame

    The 2008 World Series has turned into the series full of surprises. The Tampa Bay Rays in the World Series? Yeah right. The Philadelphia Phillies, the losingest team in pro sports history, in the World Series? Yeah right...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about 6 years ago 3,805 reads 25 comments

  19. 2008 World Series: Phillies' Heavy B and the Boys Rock the Rays

    Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Joe “Heavy B” Blanton was not to be outdone in Game Four of the World Series...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about 6 years ago 651 reads 9 comments

  20. 2008 World Series: Phillies Deliver Early Morning Fun for All Ages

    Many memorable things can happen in the wee hours of the morning—just ask the Philadelphia Phillies.In Game Three of the World Series, the Phillies beat the Tampa Bay Rays 5-4 in the bottom of the ninth...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about 6 years ago 31 reads 2 comments

  21. 2008 World Series: Unable To Pierce Rays' Shields, Phils Look To Game Three

    Game Two of the World Series was not pretty for the Philadelphia Phillies. The underdogs showed the world what happens when one of the cogs in the machine needs some adjustment...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about 6 years ago 495 reads 0 comments

  22. 2008 World Series: Pair of Aces on Display

    Cinderella, honey, Game One of the World Series was not your night. The night belonged to the underdogs.It wasn't perfect, but have any of these wins occurred without flaws? The journey is important, ...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about 6 years ago 635 reads 6 comments

  23. 2008 World Series: For the Phillies, There's No Better Time Than Now

    The Philadelphia Phillies’ 2007 NLDS appearance was my gateway drug of choice. From that moment, I craved the postseason high. During the 2008 season, the highs and lows appeared in step with the lineup’s performance...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about 6 years ago 317 reads 0 comments

  24. NLCS Game Five: Meet the N.L. Champion Philadelphia Phillies

    Self-fulfilling prophecy? It’s possible when the oracle of Philadelphia is on your team.The same spring training day Jimmy Rollins proclaimed that the Phillies will “win ...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about 6 years ago 363 reads 9 comments

  25. NLCS Game Four: Chicks and the Phillies Dig the Long Ball

    With “Heavy B” on the mound, how can one doubt that the Philadelphia Phillies would come out victorious against the Los Angeles Dodgers? Okay, Joe Blanton wasn’t spotless—he ...

    Claire Reclosado Written by Claire Reclosado about 6 years ago 1,214 reads 3 comments