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Giants infielder Freddy Sanchez took ground balls at second base and threw to first for the first time since he dislocated his right shoulder on June 10, a significant moment in his rehab.
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In 2010, the Giants were penciling in Aaron Rowand as the center field starter at the beginning of Spring training. Andres Torres was a fourth outfielder at best, after only playing less than 160 games before he played 32.
After getting spot starts from various injuries to start the season, Torres stepped up and was named a starting outfielder because of his consistent, aggressive...
Madison Bumgarner could pitch behind Tim Lincecum as the Giants’ No. 2 starter to open the season, according to reports released earlier today.
The headline, “Bumgarner to be Giants’ No. 2 starter?” made uneasy right when I saw it.
I know this seems like relative non-news, and normally it wouldn’t stir up much more than a “Hm, that’s interesting,” but this news comes...
2008: I’m working at the Stonestown Giants Dugout Store, otherwise known as the runt of the Dugout litter. (Seriously, at that moment, we were in the second of five stores I worked at in a three-year career there.) I was still coming off the high from the 1997 season, believing that it was the first step in a long playoff run. But then we remembered the Brian Johnson had...
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Buster Posey won't play in Saturday's exhibition opener, but isn't concerned that the Giants are taking a cautious approach.
Madison Bumgarner could be slotted at No. 2 in rotation
Manager Bruce Bochy said Wednesday it was "fair to say" Tim Lincecum will pitch the season opener at Arizona on April 6, hardly a news flash after the Freak started the past three openers. The bulletin is who might go...