1. Giants Round Table: Acquisition Aftermath? More of the Same from Brian Sabean?

    Okay, Giants fans, this is it. We’re in August. The deadline is behind us, and players have been exchanged. There are new faces all over the league and plenty of big names that are in new zip codes...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about 5 years ago 310 reads 9 comments

  2. Fate of The Franchise: Looking Ahead to The 2010 San Francisco Giants Bullpen

    As the San Francisco Giants found out last year, the bullpen can be just as important as the starting rotation...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about 5 years ago 507 reads 3 comments

  3. Fate of the Franchise: A Look Ahead to the Giants' 2010 Starting Rotation

    With the San Francisco Giants barely off the All-Star Break and seemingly poised for a playoff push, a lot of fans are overlooking the fact that this team wasn't expected to contend ...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about 5 years ago 574 reads 7 comments

  4. Barry Zito Vs. the World: Defending the Indefensible

    It's deja vu all over again. As many of you have probably noticed, and evidenced by these articles here and here, I am a Barry Zito supporter. I am by no means a Zeets fanatic, but I do understand the impossible situation he has been thrown into...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about 5 years ago 211 reads 7 comments

  5. Are You Not Entertained? Jonathan Sanchez Makes the Most of Second Chance

    A few weeks ago, Bay Area sports personality Shooty Babitt attributed Jonathan Sanchez’s lack of success to his lack of nickname...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about 5 years ago 238 reads 4 comments

  6. Deal or No Deal? Tim Lincecum's Contract Situation in the Future

    Why don’t the San Francisco Giants lock up ace Tim Lincecum to a long-term contract? Since the end of his 2008 Cy Young campaign, I have been answering the above question to more people that I can remember...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about 5 years ago 4,516 reads 11 comments

  7. Does This Look Familiar? Cain Throws a Gem, Giants Lose

    For the first three months of the 2009 season, it looked like Matt Cain was finally getting what he deserved. Run support. Tonight, as with his past three starts, it looked like a Matt Cain blast from the past...

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  8. Matt Cain's Success No Lucky Break: Giant Getting Well-Deserved Praise

    Matt Cain is coming into tonight’s start against the Texas Rangers as a rising star. His stock around the league is rising, and fans across the nation are starting to know his name. Yet Cain should not be looked upon as a new arm...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about 5 years ago 451 reads 9 comments

  9. Competition Vs. Contention: Giants Favoring The Latter in 2009

    After the Giants finished 2008 with a record of 72-90, a lot of people saw promise. There were flashes of brilliance from young guys, steady contribution from veterans, and it looked like a couple tweaks to the roster could change a lot for 2009...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about 5 years ago 181 reads 23 comments

  10. Ishikawa Breaks Out, Giants Continue Offensive Burst

    The San Francisco Giants are starting to score some runs. Given that they leave much to be desired on the offensive side of the ball, to say the least, the fact that they’ve had three straight games scoring at last four runs is very encouraging...

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  11. The San Francisco Giants: 30 Games Of Offense

    The Giants are thirty games into the 2009 season, which was supposed by many to be a rebuilding year. The team's rotation was solid, but the absence of a big bat and the abundance of youth gave a feel that this probably wasn't the Giants year...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about over 5 years ago 336 reads 9 comments

  12. They Might Be Giants: Barry Zito Caps a Terrific Pitching Homestand

    In the first three series' of the 2009 season, the San Francisco Giants looked supremely overmatched. Their vaunted pitching staff was struggling, the new additions to the offense weren’t ...

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  13. Don't Lose the Faith! The Giants' Glass Is Five Percent Full

    The San Francisco Giants have played nine games. That’s the equivalent of 5.5 percent of a Major League season. That being said, this is not the time for Giants fans to panic...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about over 5 years ago 217 reads 4 comments

  14. Countdown to Opening Day: San Francisco Giants Roster Takes Shape

    Seven days. You have seven days. Don't worry, there's no unmarked videotape. There's not a girl in a well waiting to crawl out of your television. In fact, in seven days, you should be glued to your television/radio/computer...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about over 5 years ago 684 reads 10 comments

  15. Bruce Bochy's 11: Giants Opting for More Offense, Stronger Pitching

    In an attempt to give the team increased offensive flexibility, the San Francisco Giants recently floated the idea of starting the year with an 11-man pitching staff, something that they haven’t done since 2003...

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  16. Cactus League Will Reveal Answers for San Francisco Giants

    There is finally some closure for the Giants infield. Sort of. Third-baseman Joe Crede has signed on for the 2009 season. With the Minnesota Twins. Second-baseman Orlando Hudson has also signed...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about over 5 years ago 518 reads 26 comments

  17. Super Bowl XLIII: Arizona Cardinals Vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

    In less than a week, Raymond James Stadium in Tampa will play host to the biggest annual event in the modern sports world. On Sunday, Feb...

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  18. San Francisco Giants Roundtable: Were the Offseason Needs Addressed?

    Last week we released the first Giants Roundtable of 2009, and at the beginning of the slideshow I had this paragraph: General Manager Brian Sabean entered winter this year with a ...

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  19. San Francisco Giants Roundtable: Offseason Free Agent Additions

    The Giants 2009 winter off-season has been, in a word, eventful. They ended the 2008 season on a high note, with Tim Lincecum beating the Dodgers and earning his 18th win of the season...

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  20. Big Unit a Big Signing for the Giants: Randy Johnson an Instant Upgrade

    Last week the Giants made one of their most important signings of the 2008 offseason. Was it a big left-handed pitcher? Yes. Has he won a Cy Young? Check. Does he have Bay Area roots? Confirmed...

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  21. With Sabathia Out of the Mix, San Francisco Giants Offseason Continues

    It's official: CC Sabathia has signed with the New York Yankees. The deal is purportedly for seven years and worth $161 million, with an opt-out clause after the first three years...

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  22. Bob Howry Signs with Giants, Edgar Renteria's on Deck: Who's in the Hole?

    The Giants picked up another veteran reliever on Wednesday when they signed righty Bobby Howry to a one-year contract worth $2.75 million. Howry is an 11-year veteran who throws hard...

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  23. Edgar Renteria and the San Francisco Giants: Would It Really Be That Bad?

    Over the past week, there has been a lot of speculation and discussion surrounding the Giants and their interest in free agent shortstop Edgar Renteria...

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  24. San Francisco Giants Offseason Checklist: Who's Next To Put on Orange and Black?

    The latest news on the Giants has them in contact with many of the top free agents from this year’s class. Former Dodger’s shortstop Rafael Furcal’s camp has reported “mutual ...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about almost 6 years ago 827 reads 6 comments

  25. Barack Obama: Good for America, Good for Sports

    With the election now over and President-elect Barack Obama slated to be sworn in two days after the NFL Conference Championships, the world of sports has a lot of things to prepare for...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about almost 6 years ago 206 reads 1 comments