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Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle said Aubrey Huff left the team yesterday for family reasons. Manager Bruce Bochy does expect Huff to join the team in Cincinnati today.   The Kung Fu Panda (Pablo Sandoval) had a hit in each game of the double header yesterday to tie the San Francisco Giants record for a 16 game hitting streak to start a season. That record was held by the great Willie Mays. Sandoval looks to break the record tonight against Mat Latos and the Reds. Infielder Freddy Sanchez started his minor league rehab last night with the San Jose Giants. Sanchez went 1-for-3 in a DH role. The Giants are hoping Sanchez can play the field in the next couple of days. The plan is for Sanchez to join the Giants in Arizona for a three-game series with the D-Backs on May 11th. Winning Ways Continue The Giants New York trip turns out the be a good one. The G-men keep their winning ways rolling as they won the 4-game series three games to one. Next stop for the Giants is Cincin...
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