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Photo by Marko Realmonte (GiantsInTheYard.com) Here’s a few nuggets for all you die-hard San Francisco Giants fans. The G-men will be starting a three game series tonight in Washington against the Nationals.   Catcher Guillermo Quiroz was DFA’d, and has accepted his triple-A assignment and will report to the Fresno Grizzlies today.   Manager Bruce Bochy told Jim Bowden that he thinks Angel Pagan looks great, and is at full speed taking BP. Pagan could possibly start his rehab assignment later this week, reports Bowden (via Twitter).   Steve Kroner of the San Francisco Chronicle (via Twitter) chatted with outfielder Roger Kieschnick about wearing No. 22, worn by Jack Clark and Will Clark: “It’s definitely a special number. I’m very humbled by it,” says Kieschnick.   Don’t forget to visit our SF Giants Rumors Facebook page to share your thoughts on all the latest Giants News/Rumors!   ~Steven Robles   ———-——–—-——-——––———————-———
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