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The San Francisco Giants held their team photo day, and while most player photos are of the boring variety, 2nd baseman Marco Scutaro decided to spice things up a bit with a rather unique pose, to say the least…
That’s a good look for Marco. Very dandy. Not sure if he’s going for the Marilyn Monroe over a subway grate look or something else altogether. All I know is, that will look lovely in the Giants’ 2013 yearbook.
[@AlexPavloic via Bush League Chronicles]
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The reigning World Series champion San Francisco Giants held their team photo day on Wednesday. And second basemen Marco Scutaro definitely took the prize for best pose.Well done, Mr. Scutaro. Who says 11-year veterans can't have fun at spring training camp?Via Twitter
Tomorrow (Saturday) is the first Cactus League game for the San Francisco Giants. Manager Bruce Bochy will likely get the World Baseball Classic guys a lot of game time early on. He wants them to be ready to go when they part ways for the WBC. Once they’re gone a lot of young guys will get plenty of playing time to show off their skills.
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The San Francisco Giants finished the regular season last year with a 94-68 and an 8 game lead over their nearest competitor, the LA Dodgers, in the NL West. They followed that up with a remarkable postseason run that was culminated with their 2 World Series Championship in the last 3 years. So in the offseason they did their best to keep the team intact. The Giants will return 21...
Seriously, I haven’t seen a single non-San Francisco publication tell us about why we should be watching the Giants, or why the defending champs are the favorites.
The Dodgers are better, because now they have their ex-Red Sox for a full year, and now have Zack Greinke. Never mind that most of the new Dodger players just outright sucked before coming to Los Angeles.