Found March 26, 2013 on The Crazy Crabbers:
Time to catch up on what is going on with the Giants. Andrew Baggarly has a bunch of notes as Spring Training comes to an end, most importantly Pablo Sandoval is likely to not have surgery and is determined to make the opening day lineup. Chris at Bay City Ball took a look at Tim Lincecum's fastball over that last couple of seasons. A great article, I wish I had thought to pull this data and examine it. The Hardball Times has five questions for the Giants coming into 2013. Dave Pinto takes a look at the Giants optimal lineup and discovers the offense hopefully shouldn't be too bad this season. Some fantasy baseball advice from Bryan Murphy at McCovey Chronicles, basically he says don't draft Giants. Last but not least, if you are looking for tickets, TiqIQ's job is finding the best deals and sellers out there for you, and for the Giants you may want to have a look at Razorgator for San Francisco Giants tickets.
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