Found February 01, 2012 on MSNBC:
<img align="left" border="0" src="" alt="CSN: Buster Posey says he's on target in his recovery from injury, and that "getting in there and playing some games is the next step."" style="margin:0 5px 5px 0" />CSN: Buster Posey says he's on target in his recovery from injury, and that "getting in there and playing some games is the next step."

An inside look at Pat Burrell’s love shack

Now that former San Francisco Giants outfielder Pat Burrell has formally announced his retirement, it’s time to do what every new retiree does: sell the house. Wait. What? Burrell won’t be playing baseball anymore (or earning a million-dollar-a-year contract), so the slugger has decided to sell his swanky digs in Scottsdale. You’ve seen Tim Lincecum‘s crib. You’ve read...

SF Giants Rumors App Is Now Available!

The SF Giants Rumors App is now available for you die hard San Francisco Giants fans! Keep yourself updated with all the latest Giants rumors/news right to your mobile phone. You can download the Android App or the Mobile Web App here!   ~King of Cali (Steven) ———-——–—-——-——––———————-—————————————————-...

2012 Top Prospects #4-2

That’s right, the prospect countdown continues.  Imagine that.  And we’ll have a special Saturday script for #1 tomorrow!  Not that it should be a surprise to anyone.  He’s the first consensus #1 prospect among Giants’ prospect watchers since…well, Buster Posey.  Okay, so that’s not THAT long ago, but still… Francisco Peguero has been a controversial guy to put...

On this date in Giants history—Feb. 3

There are just 16 days remaining until pitchers and catchers report to spring training and 60 days until Opening Day. On this date in Giants history… 2006: The San Francisco Giants rename their ballpark AT&T Park. The stadium was originally called “Pacific Bell Park” and was later renamed “SBC Park.” The ballpark is scheduled to host the 2007 All-Star Game. (Entries...

Was Pat Burrell A Bust?

Yesterday, Pat “The Bat” Burrell retired, seeing his playing days end due to a combination of chronic foot problems and a lessening need for a bat-only player who flopped in his one audition as a DH. Burrell finishes his career with 6,520 plate appearances and a .253/.361/.472 line, good for a 117 wRC+ and 21.9 WAR. If you offered any nearly any player a 12 year career with...

Busting back onto scene? Posey, Giants ready

When he hasn't been caring for his baby twins this winter, Giants catcher Buster Posey has been fully immersed in rehab. He is convinced he'll be back in form by Opening Day, ready to catch, play some first base and hit.

Pat Burrell retires.

Yesterday, Pat Burrell, who had spent nine years playing for the Phils, and was a member of the 2008 World Series Championship team, as well as being a member of the 2010 World Series Champion San Francisco Giants team, announced his retirement. Burrell, nicknamed Pat the Bat, was the number one draft choice of the Phils in the 1998 draft, before joining the main club in 2000. Spending...

Inbox: Do Giants have sluggers on horizon?

Beat reporter Chris Haft answers fans' questions about any power hitters coming up from the farm system, the Matt Cain contract negotiations and the signing of Ryan Theriot.

Keep It On the Field

A year ago the southern edge of the Mediterranean lit up with a rainbow of revolutions.  Tunisia, Libya and Egypt all rose up while even quiet countries like Morocco had to deal with protesters in the streets.  A year later, with real elections taking place across the region, it seemed like things might have finally settled down.  But after what happened in Egypt on Wednesday...

2012 Preseason C Rankings

Just getting my stroke down T...   TOp 30 Catchers 1.  Carlos Santana, CLE  This is the top of tier one, which I would say goes through Posey.  I’m not a huge fan of taking catchers early, but if you took Santana, I wouldn’t fault you.  His 27 homers is desirable, so is the 5 SBs, especially off a hurt the prior year.  I think those numbers stay about the same, but...
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