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On a day when Pablo Sandoval homered and singled in another run, the San Francisco slugger revealed he hardly feels comfortable in the batter's box.
Not after missing 13 spring training games with an irritated nerve in his elbow. Not the way he is missing fastballs he typically would drive into the gap for doubles.
Last year's World Series MVP still wound up with a pair of hits and RBIs in the Giants' 6-3 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals on Saturday.
''You want me to tell you the truth? A little bit lost,'' Sandoval said about his swing. ''A little bit, yeah. I'm trying to get to the point where I was in spring training. Hanging in there and keep working hard.''
As Sandoval takes on what has become a very public battle with his weight, he insists he is doing everything he can to get in tip-top shape. Meanwhile, he's certainly showing he has plenty of range at third base.
But he is ready to put all the chatter about his belt siz...
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Pablo Sandoval is ready to put all the chatter about his weight to rest.
Last year's World Series MVP insists he is doing his best to get in tip-top shape, and he's certainly showing he has plenty of range at third base.
After spending the spring working on his defense, Kung Fu Panda made several nice plays behind Barry Zito to back a 1-0 win over St. Louis in San Francisco...
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Very few of us have seen a championship ring in person. We hear how the championship rings that professional athletes receive cost thousands of dollars, but it’s hard to truly understand how massive they are. San Francisco Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford posted a photo on Twitter Sunday night that should help put it into perspective. As you can see, Crawford put his Giants World...
Tweet After starting out in Los Angeles for a three-games series versus the Dodgers the San Francisco Giants returned to bay area for their first home games of the 2013 season this weekend. With that came the long awaited spoils that go with being World Series champions. Prior to the home opener on Friday [...]
(AP) -- San Francisco's No. 5 starter Ryan Vogelsong has a tough act to follow. That is, he has a couple of tough acts to follow.
The Giants' rotation has yet to allow an earned run, and Vogelsong will try to keep that impressive streak intact when he takes the ball Saturday against the St. Louis Cardinals.
San Francisco's formidable rotation is off to a stellar start...
Barry Zito notched a win in his first start of the season Friday. Zito pitched seven innings allowing just three hits in the Giants 1-0 win against St. Louis.
Jeremy Affeldt and Sergio Romo pitched perfect eighth and ninth innings preserving the win.
Expectations have been tempered over the past few seasons with Zito but a strong postseason and World Series win have raised them this...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Barry Zito saved San Francisco's season by beating the Cardinals last fall in the NL championship series, then delivered again with a 1-0 victory over St. Louis on Friday as the Giants celebrated their latest World Series title throughout the home opener.
Zito outdueled Jake Westbrook in his season debut. The lefty also had a key sacrifice bunt that led to...
Barry Zito saved San Francisco's season by beating the Cardinals last fall in the NL championship series, then delivered again with a 1-0 victory over St. Louis on Friday as the Giants celebrated their latest World Series title throughout the home opener.
Zito outdueled Jake Westbrook in his season debut. The lefty also had a key sacrifice bunt that led to San Francisco'...
Carlos Beltran hit a go-ahead two-run single in the fifth against his former team and Shelby Miller beat the reigning World Series champion San Francisco Giants in his second career start, spoiling Buster Posey's MVP party with a 6-3 win for the St. Louis Cardinals on Saturday.
Pete Kozma had three hits, drove in a run and scored for St. Louis from the No. 8 spot in the order...
The newly purchased Los Angeles Dodgers started the 2013 season by rolling up to their home stadium in a fleet of high end BMWs, Lamborghinis, and Porsches.
Three games later the San Francisco Giants had those vehicles tagged, towed and impounded in the 2013 National League West cellar. And while it's not likely the Dodgers will continue to lose two of every three games,...