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If there's one thing I love about our fans is that they're loyal. Case and point, our undying love for Barry Bonds amid a sea of hatred by the rest of America.
We love our role players, our bullpen guys, and everyone in between (unless they're terrible of course).
Even me, The Dodgerhater, the mean guy that I am, feel pangs of sadness to see guys like Eli Whiteside leave our organization and bounce around.
If I feel that way about a light-hitting backup catcher whose highlights were his HR off Roy Halladay off the foul pole that one time, his eagerness to fight the Dodgers, his gray hair, and his Led Zeppelin entrance song, imagine how hard it is for me to watch our former ace, Tim Lincecum struggle so badly.
The tide is beginning to shift a bit when it comes to Timmeh.
More and more fans are losing confidence in our once unstoppable whirling dervish-- despite his past success and his forever-cemented place in our hearts.
The truth of the matter is that he was the ...
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Opening Day has finally arrived and this is the day that all San Francisco Giants fans have been waiting for! Matt Cain will lead the Giants into Los Angeles against Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers.
Giants Opening Day Roster
The San Francisco Giants have invited Brian Wilson to re-join the team April 7. Kinda.Before the World Champs hit the field Sunday to take on the St. Louis Cardinals, they will be presented with their 2012 World Series rings. And, well…they’d like the bearded one to be part of the celebration. According to Henry Schulman, the team’s senior vice president of communications...
Buster Posey will be counted on to lead the Giants for the next several years.
Tools of ignorance indeed.
Try telling that to Giants catcher Buster Posey. He just signed a nine-year, $167 million contract extension. It’s the largest guaranteed contract in history for a player with three or fewer years of major league experience.
Posey rebounded from an horrific injury in...
The Giants finalized their roster for Monday’s season debut against the Dodgers.
Of note, the team kept Pablo Sandoval on the active roster rather than placing him on the disable list, likely indicating the third baseman’s worrisome elbow injury is improving.
With Hector Sanchez’s health iffy, the club will also carry three catchers after purchasing the contract of Guillermo...
Entering yesterday’s exhibition contest, San Francisco
Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval expressed confidence he’d be ready for
Opening Day. However, his outlook was less optimistic following the game after
he aggravated his elbow injury.
Manager Bruce Bochy told reporters – including Daniel Brown
of The San Jose Mercury News – that Sandoval was shut down...
San Francisco Giants fans can rejoice, Buster Posey will likely never wear another uniform again. The icon of the Giants signed a 9-year deal that will keep him in a San Francisco jersey until 2022.
The contract extension includes a full no-trade clause and can include incentives if Posey achieves certain accolades. It is an 8-year deal but could include a 9th year on a team option...
When you hear the saying, “We’re golden,” it’s not often that you think of a team uniform in Major League Baseball. There have been highlights of it (the Nationals come to mind), but not to the extent about to unfold.
When the San Francisco Giants receive their second World Series rings on Sunday, April 7 they will be wearing these specially-designed jerseys from Majestic...
Giants slugger Pablo Sandoval is still a possibility for opening day at Dodger Stadium, and he returned to the lineup as designated hitter in a 3-1 victory against the Oakland Athletics on Friday night.
The World Series MVP hadn't played since March 16 because of an inflamed nerve in his right elbow, then returned to cheers each time he stepped into the batter's box.
GIANTS 3, ATHLETICS 1
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Giants slugger Pablo Sandoval is still a possibility for Opening Day at Dodger Stadium, and he returned to the lineup as designated hitter in a 3-1 victory against the Oakland Athletics on Friday night.
The World Series MVP hadn't played since March 16 because of an inflamed nerve in his right elbow, then returned to cheers each time...
Yoenis Cespedes' slow start to spring training is a distant memory. Now Oakland's slugging outfielder is hoping to carry his hot swing into the regular season.
Cespedes homered for the second time in three days, a three-run shot off San Francisco starter Ryan Vogelsong, and the Athletics held on to beat the Giants 4-3 on Saturday in the final tuneup for both teams.
“We goin’ Sizzler. We goin’ Sizzler.”
That’s one of my favorite lines from from one of my favorite movies, “White Men Can’t Jump.” The line comes early in the movie when Sidney (Wesley Snipes) and Billy (Woody Harrelson) put money on a shooting contest. When it appears Sidney is about to make Billy look like the chump that he is, Sidney’s friend starts mocking...