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Hey San Francisco Giants fans, it’s that time of the year! The season is almost upon us, and what better way to celebrate than by giving away a pair of tickets to the Giants World Series Ring Ceremony Ring Replica game on Sunday April 7?!?!
Our partners at TiqIQ have generously donated a pair of tickets (Sunday April 7th) for our contest, and entry is simple!
First, go to here.
Fill out the entry form, and answer ONE simple question:
Can the Giants be back to back World Series champions? Tell us why or why not, and one winner will be chosen to win a pair of tickets for Sunday April 7th!
I personally think the Giants have a shot to go right back to the World Series and win it all. They’re bringing back the same team, and players like Brandon Belt and Brandon Crawford will have more experience under their belt. Let’s not forget they’re also having a full year with Marco Scutaro, and I’m sure Hunter Pence will provide more offense this year! Let’s also not forget that we...
BEST OF MAXIM
Yesterday was getaway day for the San Francisco Giants. They played their final game in Arizona, and then boarded a plane to head back to San Francisco. They’re facing the A’s tonight at AT&T Park.
Alex Pavlovic of the San Jose Mercury News reports (via Twitter) that manager Bruce Bochy is optimistic that Pablo Sandoval will be ready for Opening Day. If Sandoval has to start...
In a new commercial promoting the upcoming season, San Francisco Giants pitcher Sergio Romo is asked by a female fan what he would have been if he wasn't a professional pitcher.
While Romo could envision himself being an astronaut, a DJ, or maybe a chef, the female fan (identified as Katrina) could see him as a professional dancer...of the exotic variety.
Video via MLB...
In one of the more amusingly awkward promotional commercials by a major league ball club thus far this year, San Francisco Giants right-handed relief pitcher Sergio Romo is asked by a female fan what career he would choose to go into if he were not a professional pitcher.
Romo rattles off a few alternative careers: An astronaut, a DJ, a chef. But then the female fan — who for some...
POCKETS FULL FOR POSEY
Brian Sabean said he wanted Buster Posey to be a Giant for life, and that could very well be the case with the news that they have signed the reigning NL MVP to a massive deal.
Buster Posey is the San Francisco Giants' new franchise man.
The Giants rewarded NL MVP and batting champion with a $167 million, nine-year contract Friday, a deal that includes a club option for 2022 that could raise the value to $186 million over a decade.
The agreement is the longest for a catcher and the largest in Giants history, surpassing Matt Cain's $127.5 million...
Brandon Belt hit his eighth spring home run and Madison Bumgarner threw five effective innings and the San Francisco Giants wrapped up their spring training in Arizona with an 8-6 victory over the Diamondbacks on Wednesday.
Hunter Pence also homered for the Giants. Nick Noonan, trying to make the team, had a triple, double and single for the World Series champions, who open a three...
After leading their teams to last year's World Series, Justin Verlander and Buster Posey cashed in just hours apart Friday.
The All-Star pitcher and MVP catcher were guaranteed nearly $350 million in contracts by the Tigers and Giants, a sure sign of the baseball times: Teams are awash with revenue from television and high-priced tickets.
Verlander, an AL MVP and Cy Young Award...
The San Francisco Giants got hot at exactly the right time last season and carried that momentum not only to a National League West division crown, but to a World Series championship by blowing through the Detroit Tigers in a dominating sweep. The Giants have won two World Series championships in the past two seasons and the question is, will anybody in the National League West be...
Marco Scutaro came up with a rare play, taking an extra base after a walk Tuesday as the San Francisco Giants beat the San Diego Padres 4-2.
Scutaro, the MVP of last year's NL championship series, drew a two-out walk in the third inning. He sprinted to first, then kept going and stole second.
Hunter Pence hit a two-run double that broke a tie in the fifth. The hit came off...
On an individual-player basis, I think we can all agree that spring-training statistics suck. If you’re a reader of FanGraphs, or if you’ve even just heard of FanGraphs, you probably understand that these numbers aren’t predictive. Oh, we’ll always allow ourselves to trick ourselves. Giants fans will allow themselves to believe in Brandon Belt, and Mariners fans will allow...