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Buster Posey is healthy again and back behind the plate. Brian Wilson is back on the mound. Freddy Sanchez is back from shoulder surgery, eager to start turning double plays again. Aubrey Huff, he's just back in shape. Back together again as a full unit after an injury-plagued 2011 season derailed San Francisco's hopes of repeating as World Series champions, these rejuvenated Giants expect to...
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It was a milestone day for Giants catcher Buster Posey, who hit live pitching for the first time since May 25, 2011.
I don’t need to remind you what happened on that crappy day.
Today, on the other hand, was glorious.
Posey stood in the batter’s box as Jeremy Affeldt stood on the mound waiting for the Giants catcher to get set. On Affeldt’s first pitch, Posey grounded one to...
What’s up with all the Giants-bashing going on these days from the disgruntled and bitter members of San Francisco’s discard pile?
<a title="22gigantes: "Is <a target=" href="http://22gigantes.com/2012/02/is-cody-ross-bitter-about-the-giants.html" target="_blank">Last week, it was Cody Ross telling reporters how much better it is in...
Grab some pine, meat. Or at least a fishing pole.
Former Giants catcher Bengie Molina has retired, according to Comcast SportsNet’s <a title="CSN Bay Area: "Former Giant Molina surprised, honored by retirement bash"" href="http://www.csnbayarea.com/blog/giants-talk/post/EXCLUSIVE-Molina-surprised-honored-by-re?blockID=658550&feedID=5879" target...
Let’s dig into the Giant’s third basemen for the upcoming 2012 season. Since Edgardo Alfonzo and Pedro Feliz manned the position from 2003 through 2007, the Giants have had little offensive power coming from the “hot-corner”.
After Feliz hit 22, 20, 22 and 20 home runs from the 2004 to 2007 seasons respectively and Alfonzo hitting 13 and 11 home runs in 2003 and 2004, the...
Giants general manager Brian Sabean said Sunday that he's still pondering whether to add former outfielder Pat Burrell to the team's stable of special assistants and part-time coaches.
Giants president and COO Larry Baer affirmed Saturday that signing Matt Cain is a top priority. Cain said his agents are listening to any offers that they consider to be "fair value."
A subdued Brian Wilson began Spring Training by admitting that he pitched with a sore throwing elbow and a bad hip through much of last season. Monday, a rejuvenated Wilson sounded much more like the prescient, confident, eloquent Giants closer from two years ago who hadn't yet grown his feared beard.
While Tim Lincecum and Matt Cain appear destined for $100 million contracts, it might be unwise for the Giants to sign either to a nine-figure deal. Historically speaking, that is. The success rate of $100 million...
Closer looks sharp and declares himself healthy
San Francisco Giants president and CEO Larry Baer hinted Saturday there might not be a swift resolution regarding his club's territorial rights in the South Bay and whether the Oakland Athletics will be allowed to relocate to San Jose.