1. Giants Offseason Should Yield Progress, But No Big Names

    The Giants team of 2008 exceeded many of the preseason expectations. Now is the time to build on that good year, and this offseason should be the hinging point on if General Manager Brian Sabean will be retained past this year...

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  2. San Francisco Giants' Commitment to Youth Goes Deep into the System

    The roster moves made by the San Francisco Giants on Friday signified many things. It was the end of the road for a couple players who have been here for a while, and many Giants ...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about almost 6 years ago 719 reads 8 comments

  3. San Francisco Giants Begin Offseason, Outright Seven to Triple-A

    The Giants began their offseason today, making moves involving a total of 10 Giants. Pitchers Noah Lowry and Merkin Valdez were both activated from the 60-day disabled list and added to the 40-man roster...

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  4. Final Weekend For The Giants Brings Back Memories

    The Giants season is over. That could have been said a few weeks ago, and was, by many people, but today it finally came to a close. It waited this long because there were still a couple things that had to be done before 2008 was through...

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  5. New Faces in San Francisco: My Favorite Giants of 2008

    As the 2008 season comes to a close, I wanted to reflect on the new faces that have been revealed to us as San Francisco Giants fans...

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  6. Scott McClain and Pablo Sandoval Go Back-to-Back, Giants Pound Rockies 9-2

    Nate Schierholtz provided a spark at the top of the lineup to power the Giants over the Rockies Wednesday in a 9-2 win...

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  7. Giants-Rockies: Bengie Molina and Pablo Sandoval Hit Back-to-Back Jacks

    A few days ago, the San Francisco Giants' Web site published an article that featured Bengie Molina and rookie Pablo Sandoval. Molina talked about how he wanted to take Sandoval under his wing and mentor him like a son...

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  8. Bay Area Roundup: Cal Football, 49ers Football, Giants Baseball

    San Francisco 49ers 49ers quarterback Alex Smith was drafted in 2005, and played in nine games that year, starting seven. He never really had a mentor to teach him, and he's had four different offensive coordinators in four years...

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  9. San Francisco Giants' Faithful Get No Relief As the Bullpen Drops Another Game

    The bullpen collapsed, once again, as the Giants fell 12-4 to the Astros yesterday. It marked the 10th no decision for Tim Lincecum this year, and if the Giants' bullpen showed any ...

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  10. Barry Bonds Invited to Giants Event: Why All The Fuss?

    It recently made the front page of ESPN.com that the Giants invited former outfielder Barry Bonds to their 50th Anniversary celebration of Giants outfielders. There was an air around this story that made it seem like this was totally unheard of...

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  11. Changing Of The Guard: Young Kids Get Their Chance, San Francisco Giants Win

    The Giants have fully committed to their youth movement, and in doing so, notched their first win of an almost totally different team...

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  12. San Francisco Giants Roundtable: What's the Biggest Surprise of 2008?

    Now that we've passed the All-Star break, and the trading deadline is in a couple days, I wanted to see what the biggest surprise of the season is for the San Francisco Giants...

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  13. The San Francisco Giants' Home is Far From Sweet

    The San Francisco Giants own the worst home record in baseball in 2008, but still remain relatively competitive in a less-than-stellar National League West...

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  14. Giants Round Table: To Trade or Not to Trade?

    In the first edition of the San Francisco Giants Round Table, I saw down with the top Giants writers and discussed the topic of the trade deadline...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about 6 years ago 272 reads 3 comments

  15. Possibilities at the Point: Stephon Marbury to the Golden State Warriors?

    The Warriors still need a point guard. Stephon Marbury's release from the Knicks seems imminent. The Warriors need someone who has experience running an offense. Marbury's been around for 13 years...

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  16. Save the Last Dance: Omar Vizquel's Future with the San Francisco Giants

    It looks like the end of this season will also be the end of the road for one of the best defensive players in major-league history...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about 6 years ago 455 reads 6 comments

  17. Corey Maggette to Sign with the Golden State Warriors: What's Next for the Dubs?

    After the first official day of free agency, it looks like the Biggest Winner has turned to the Biggest Loser...

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  18. San Francisco Giants at the Break: Tim Lincecum Leading the Way

    The Giants split their series against the National-League leading Chicago Cubs this weekend, ending with a decisive 8-3 victory on Thursday. It was a typical Tim Lincecum start, as he dominated the Cubbies with eight strikeouts in six innings...

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  19. Who Went Where After the NBA Draft: Pacific Division

    After the flurry of draft-day trades of players, draft picks, and cash, I have the final results all in one place. Here's the Pacific Conference. I also have the unsigned rookies (R) as well as restricted (RFA) and unrestricted (UFA) free agents...

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  20. Who Went Where After the NBA Draft: Southwest Division

    After the flurry of draft-day trades of players and draft picks and cash, I have the final results all in one place. Here's the Southwest Conference. I also have the unsigned rookies (R) as well as restricted (RFA) and unrestricted (UFA) free agents...

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  21. Who Went Where After the NBA Draft: Northwest Division

    After the flurry of draft-day trades of players, draft picks, and cash, I have the final results all in one place. Here's the Northwest Conference. I also have the unsigned rookies (R) as well as restricted (RFA) and unrestricted (UFA) free agents...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about 6 years ago 654 reads 1 comments

  22. Who Went Where After the NBA Draft: Southeast Division

    After the flurry of draft-day trades of players and draft picks and cash, I have the final results all in one place. Here's the Southeast Conference. I also have the unsigned rookies (R) as well as restricted (RFA) and unrestricted (UFA) free agents...

    Evan Aczon Written by Evan Aczon about 6 years ago 527 reads 1 comments

  23. Who Went Where After the 2008 NBA Draft: Central Division

    After the flurry of draft-day trades of players, draft picks, and cash, I have the final results all in one place. Here's the Central Division. I also have the unsigned rookies (R), as well as restricted (RFA) and unrestricted (UFA) free agents...

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  24. Who Went Where After the 2008 NBA Draft: Atlantic Division

    After the flurry of draft-day trades of players, draft picks, and cash, I have the final results all in one place. I'll start with the Atlantic Conference...

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  25. Future of The Giants: Another Ace In The Hole?

    The Giants are nearing the All-Star Break, and that also means that they are nearing the trading deadline...

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