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The San Francisco Giants reportedly have picked up the club options of general manager Brian Sabean and manager Bruce Bochy for the 2014 season. Both moves were options from the one-year extensions they received last fall, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. Both men have been instrumental in the Giants winning the World Series in 2010 and 2012. Sabean is the longest tenured general manager in baseball, entering his 17th season. He came to the team in 1993 as the senior vice president of player personnel and was promoted to general manager after the 1996 season. He has become known for key subtle July or August trades that have sent the Giants into the postseason. Bochy has been with San Francisco since 2007, when he left the San Diego Padres after 12 years as manager. The Giants have had winning seasons the last four years under Bochy, who is 503-464 (.517) in six years in San Francisco.
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