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Tomorrow (Saturday) is the first Cactus League game for the San Francisco Giants. Manager Bruce Bochy will likely get the World Baseball Classic guys a lot of game time early on. He wants them to be ready to go when they part ways for the WBC. Once theyâ€™re gone a lot of young guys will get plenty of playing time to show off their skills.
Andrew Baggarly of CSNBayArea.com says ...
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A listing has been posted for the position of San Francisco Giants bat boy and one of the necessary skills doesn't seem to fit in with the assumed job description.
Hereâ€™s the tentative starting rotation Bruce Bochy said on Friday the Giants would be using this season, per Henry Schulman:
1. Matt Cain (R)
2. Madison Bumgarner (L)
3. Tim Lincecum (R)
4. Barry Zito (L)
5. Ryan Vogelsong (R)
Bochy had previously announced that Cain would be getting the nod on opening day against the Dodgers, a decision long-assumed to be inevitable. Bochy indicated...
While sports fans are focused on college hoops, the NBA, and hockey, Iâ€™m thinking about baseballâ€”specifically the world-champion San Francisco Giants.
Before they play a single inning in Spring Training I get the sense that the 2013 Giants are going to restore the magic they created in 2012. They return, essentially the same team. They are a group of guys whoâ€™ve been tested...
The San Francisco Giants caught lightning in a bottle for the second time in three years last season in winning the World Series. They parlayed a ragamuffin lineup and a makeshift pitching staff with a couple aging former stars into a title. Theyâ€™ve been spoiled. There were about a four other teams last year that entered the postseason looking better on paper than the Giants.
Adding muscle mass and no longer resembling Mitch Kramer from Dazed and Confused, faded San Francisco Giants ace Tim Lincecum is confident his dominance on the hill will be restored in 2013. Lincecum (10-15, 5.18 ERA), who has gone 79-56 â€¦ Continue reading â†’