Found February 05, 2012 on
SF Giants Nirvana:
I talked with Sergio Romo about his fantastic 2011 season (yes, I mentioned his FIP-), his durability, how he would feel about closing, and the sinker that Jeremy Affeldt taught him.
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If standing in line for three hours to get an autograph is your thing, then no doubt you had a great time at the San Francisco Giants’ annual FanFest today.
I went the past two years and I can tell you from my own experience, it ain’t all that.
Today’s event drew an estimated 36,000 fans, most of them wearing Panda hats and Tim Lincecum or Buster Posey jerseys. Many more wore...
Hello again, there is not much going on for the Giants this off-season, so I thought it would be a perfect opportunity to start the 2012 position projections. Spring training is right around the corner and Fan Fest has come and gone. Starting with first base, these 2012 projections:
Huff, 35, is coming off a pretty lousy season with the Giants. After a terrific 2010...
Pablo Sandoval has had some wildly erratic seasons in his short career, but what else would you expect from a player with swing-first mentality? Over the last three seasons there have been 304 players who’ve totaled 750 plate appearances (an average of 250 per season). Sandoval’s 58.3 percent swing rate ranks second highest behind only Vladimir Guerrero. Despite that high swing...
Catcher Buster Posey of the San Francisco Giants is eager to hit the comeback trail after suffering gruesome injuries in a May 25 collision at home plate that ended his 2011 season.
Angel Pagan prides himself as the Giants ' new leadoff hitter. The No. 1 man. Numero uno. So allow him to be the first to make a bold statement about the 2012 Giants in the National League West: "I'm very, very...
'This year, I do think there are guys in there who will help hold each other more accountable, to do things right,' says manager Bruce Bochy.