Found December 10, 2011 on
BEST OF MAXIM
I’m sure you have already heard that the San Francisco Giants budget is tapped out for the 2012 season. Andrew Baggarly of the San Jose Mercury News says GM Brian Sabean has eliminated any possibility of re-signing Carlos Beltran or Cody Ross.
“Being brutally honest, we pretty much got to the top of the budget,” said Sabean.
Sabean also said it’s down to Jeff Keppinger...
1997: The Giants signed former Dodgers nemesis Orel Hershiser. The 39-year old right-hander, who will post an 11-10 record with a 4.41 ERA in 202 innings, will spend just one season with San Francisco before moving on to the Mets the following year.
1977: The A’s announce a deal which will send pitcher Vida Blue to Cincinnati for outfielder Dave Revering and $1.75 million in...
The San Francisco Giants' press release announcing the trade sending Andres Torres and Ramon Ramirez east in exchange Angel Pagan disclosed that the Mets are on the hook for either another player to be named later, or cash. This is news to Mets fans who were mostly in agreement that this was an attractive trade by Sandy Alderson. While its a bit annoying that its taken several...
These Winter Meetings are really getting out of hand.
Episode 60: ZiP It, Thomas is out!
In the sixtieth episode, Thomas and Danny talk with Dan Szymborski, writer for ESPN and Baseball Think Factory and creator of the ZiPS projection system, about the projections for the Giants in 2012, some younger players’ chances, and the money that Miguel Tejada owes Danny.
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Giants catcher Buster Posey is continuing his smooth recovery from extensive left leg injuries and appears poised to intensify his training, head athletic trainer Dave Groeschner said Friday.
Baseball’s annual Winter Meetings are over. No more TV cameras trolling the lobby at the Anatole Hilton in Dallas. No more drunk reporters hanging out in the bar fantasizing about married life. No more fake scoops by insecure beat writers to one up each other. (OK, that last one probably isn’t true. They’ll still be doing that.)
The San Francisco Giants didn’t sign Albert...
DALLAS -- The Giants consider youthful shortstop Brandon Crawford and first baseman Brandon Belt integral pieces of their roster, which they all but set as they departed the winter meetings on Thursday.
DALLAS -- The Giants consider youthful shortstop Brandon Crawford and first baseman Brandon Belt integral pieces of their roster, which they all but set as they departed the winter meetings Thursday.