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Brett Bochy is a young relief pitcher in the San Francisco Giants organization. Brett Bouchy is also the son of Giants manager Bruce Bochy. And on Friday, the younger Bouchy was one of the 21 players cut by the elder Bouchy.But unlike the other 20 players that were reassigned to the majors, Brett got the heads up on Thursday night when the two Bochy men had dinner together. Something that the younger Bochy didn’t really care for.Relief pitcher Brett Bochy doesn’t get preferential treatment just because he’s the manager’s kid, but he did get a heads up that he’d be among the Giants’ cuts on Friday.Thursday night, Dad informed him over dinner.So when players were called into Bochy’s office to be told they were being optioned or reassigned to minor-league camp, Brett wasn’t one of them.“He was disappointed I didn’t bring him in to cut him,” said Bruce Bochy, the manager. “I may do it tomorrow just to make him feel better.”The younger Bochy gave up two runs in 2 2/3 innings over three ap
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Barry Zito may have a $126 million contract but he reportedly lost $3 million of that sum by investing in a disreputable health and fitness company.
Credit: Steven Robles – SF Giants Rumors
Starting pitcher Ryan Vogelsong is back with the San Francisco Giants. He was playing with Team USA in the World Baseball Classic. Vogelsong is expected to get back on the mound for the Giants Wednesday against the Brewers.
“It was a great experience, it really was. It was everything I thought it would be, minus winning,” said Vogelsong...
With a father like Bruce Bochy, who needs enemies? According to a story from Mark Townsend of Yahoo Sports, the manager of the defending World Series champions San Francisco Giants cut his own flesh and blood Brett Bochy, from big league camp in a way that would make Joe Jackson smile. That was the unfortunate case for the younger Bochy on Thursday night, though his father did take...
No, no, perhaps that title doesn’t quite describe the story, Bochy didn’t physically pick up a knife or some sharp object and assault his son because the potatoes were cold or anything, he simply broke the news to his son Brett, who pitches for the team, that he’s being released by the Giants, along with 20 other players, writes John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle.
San Francisco Giants pithced Barry Zito has filed a lawsuit against friend for $3 million, claiming he was duped into investing in a “fitness software scheme that never materialized.”
With friends like that, who needs $3 million, or fitness software.
Matt Snyder of CBS Sports writes that Zito’s friend (or former friend) Michael Clark “used their friendship to gain the trust...
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San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy informed his son, Brett, over dinner that he was being sent down to the minor leagues.
San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval has been
diagnosed with an irritated nerve in his right arm, and the slugger will take
the next few days off to rest his injury, according to Henry Schulman of The
San Francisco Chronicle.
Schulman notes that Sandoval will get rest and receive
treatment over the next few days, as the Giants hope this will help his...
Hunter Pence had three hits and Cole Gillespie, trying to win a spot on the major league roster, hit a three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning that gave the San Francisco Giants a 9-7 victory over the Colorado Rockies on Sunday.
San Francisco played without All-Star third baseman and World Series MVP Pablo Sandoval, scratched from the lineup because of right elbow discomfort...