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A Matt Cain fan at the Giants game last night wore a horse mask and drank beer. Check out the hilarious video below.

Giants P hurt in weird way

Giants pitcher Jeremy Affeldt is one of the kings of bizarre injuries. His latest one will make you laugh and scratch your head.

A look at what Giants are on pace for in 2012

Freaky Friday: featuring Barry Zito and Tim Lincecum. So far, the Giants have played in 23 games (not including tonight’s game against the Marlins) and have their fare share of hot and cold starts. In the month of April, the Giants had a rough start but found their groove to earn a 12-10 record. The brightest spot of the giants so far is their offense averaging a hair under four...

Sandoval injured, Gillaspie recalled; the injuries begin

Pictured above: Brandon Belt breaking Pablo Sandoval's left hand. Another reason to ride the bench. Reports are revealing Giants third baseman and power hitter Pablo Sandoval has broken his hamate bone in his left hand from last nights loss to the Marlins. Sandoval has been one of the brightest spots for the Giants this season, leading the team in runs(16), home runs(5), RBI...

Episode 75: BeltzRgood

Remember that time Brandon Belt was on the field? Episode 75: BeltzRgood is out! In the seventy-fifth episode, Thomas and Danny talk to Padres correspondent Levon about the series win, Aubrey Huff’s trip to the DL, Angel Pagan’s hitting streak, Brandon Belt’s disappearance, and Buster Posey. Click on the image below to find it on iTunes: You can also find it on the RSS...

Giants' Affeldt hurt playing with son

Giants reliever Jeremy Affeldt has, for the second time in just eight months, landed on the disabled list because of a freak injury inside his own home. Last September his season was ended early when he severely sliced his non-throwing hand separating frozen hamburgers. This time he sprained the medial collateral ligament in his right knee catching his 4-year-old son, who had jumped...

Giants reliever Affeldt out with fluke knee injury

Giants reliever Jeremy Affeldt has landed on the disabled list for a non-baseball injury for the second time in less than eight months. The left-hander sprained his right knee Saturday night when he reached out to catch his 4-year-old son, Walker, as the 60-pound boy jumped off the couch to hug his arriving father. Affeldt said he heard a pop but didn't think there was anything...

Giants' Pablo Sandoval out 4-6 weeks

Pablo Sandoval has a broken bone in his left hand that will require surgery, and the San Francisco slugger is expected to miss four to six weeks. The free-swinging switch-hitter broke his right hamate bone in late April last year and had surgery, then it happened again to the other hand in recent days and he aggravated it swinging left-handed in Wednesday's 3-2, 10-inning loss...

Bochy fears Sandoval has a serious hand injury

It wasn't a happy ending for San Francisco Giants fans. First, their team rallied to tie the Miami Marlins 2-2 in the ninth inning Wednesday, only to lose in the 10th on Giancarlo Stanton's homer off Santiago Casilla. Then came the news about Pablo Sandoval, delivered by manager Bruce Bochy, who strongly hinted Sandoval has a pretty bad left hand injury. "There...

Pablo Sandoval Headed for the Disabled List

Led by Buster Posey and Pablo Sandoval, the San Francisco Giants offense has actually been decent this year. Their 95 wRC+ ranks them 8th in the National League, thanks in large part to the contributions of Buster Posey (.342/.400/.575) and Pablo Sandoval (.316/.375/.537). Melky Cabrera has been good, and the team has gotten production from the Brandon Belt/Brett Pill platoon when...

Report: Giants' Sandoval has fractured hamate bone

San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval has broken the hamate bone in his left hand, according to multiple reports in the Bay Area. Sandoval was hurt swinging the bat in a 3-2 loss to Miami Wednesday. He left the game in the seventh inning. "He took a swing and had quite a bit of pain and had to come out," manager Bruce Bochy said after Wednesday's game...

POSTGAME RECAP: Giants Play One Inning, Lose

The Marlins can’t hit. The Giants can’t hit. Fortunately, getting a hit isn’t the only way to reach base. Someone alert Sir Bam Bam. Eleven Marlins reached base without getting a hit. Ten walks, one reached on an error. See, it’s easy! Zito didn’t have a good game. This is a disgusting understatement. But since it is his first hiccup of the year, I’ll leave the jokes...

Scoring Hits the Breaks as Injuries Accelerate

The San Francisco Giants have apparently found a cure for run scoring fever. Apparently it involves getting a lot of rest during every half inning of every game, and making more frequent visits to the medical clinic.The numbers, as they often do, speak volumes: the first 16 games of the season saw the Giants scoring 4.44 runs per game, a full run per game higher than their disastrous...

Marlins Sweep the Giants

On the day it was announced that Pablo Sandoval would miss the next six weeks with a broken hamate bone in his left hand, the Giants didn’t do much to raise spirits. In fact, these last three games against the Marlins have featured some pretty shoddy baseball on their part: The Giants scored five runs this series. They managed to strand 23 baserunners in this three-game set....

Marlins topple Giants for three-game sweep

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Hanley Ramirez drove in a pair of runs without a hit to back Anibal Sanchez's first win in four starts, and the Miami Marlins rebounded from a rough stretch for a 3-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants on Thursday and a three-game sweep. Giancarlo Stanton doubled in the seventh after he homered in three of his previous four games. Stanton has nine doubles...

San Francisco Treat

Ricky Nolasco continued his career success in San Francisco and Heath Bell notched the save in a 2-1 Miami Marlins win on Tuesday over the San Francisco Giants.   The Marlins came into the game having dropped eight of their last nine games.   The win snapped a two game losing streak for Miami and improved their record to 9-14 on the season. Nolasco who has excelled in his career...
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