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Yesterday’s parade was a success. All the players had a great time, and the fans got to celebrate winning the 2012 World Series with their San Francisco Giants. The only downfall to me was the parade was on Halloween, so I couldn’t attend. I went to my kids Halloween parade at school. However, I did get a chance to watch the Giants parade on TV.
Now that the season and parade is over. It’s time for manager Bruce Bochy and GM Brian Sabean to start thinking about next year.
The Giants must decide if they want to make offers to try an bring back Angel Pagan, Marco Scutaro and Jeremy Affeldt. These guys are free agents and I’m sure will have some nice offers coming their way.
Andrew Baggarly of CSNBayArea.com says (via Twitter) Affeldt is aware that Brandon League signed a 3-year, $22.5 million contract with the Dodgers. Which means the market has been set for Affeldt’s services. Affeldt also said if he doesn’t re-sign, he will cherish his San Francisco memories.
Baggarly also says (i...
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It’s the move that everyone knew was coming… The San Francisco Giants have declined Aubrey Huff‘s $10 million option. Huff will not leave empty handed as the team must pay him a $2 million buyout. Oh, and 2 World Series rings!
Huff has had a drastic decline since the magical 2010 season. Majority of the fans are on board with this move and are thankful to Huff for the memories...
Sergio Romo decided to use the San Francisco Giants World Series championship parade on Wednesday as an opportunity to make a political statement. As you can see from the photo above that Big League Stew shared with us, the Giants reliever proudly rocked a t-shirt that read “I just look illegal” across the front.
Romo’s parents were originally from Mexico, but he was born and...
Because the Giants won the World Series…
The Giants trudged along this year in the NL West, getting continually overshadowed by the Dodgers trading for every name player with a pulse and spending money by the truckload. But when the dust settled, the Giants were the division champions, and after a tough month of October, the World Champions. But San Francisco has some key members of the 2012 championship team ready to hit...
Everything was going as planned for Bruce Bochy during the Giants’ World Series parade. He was seated comfortably in his Rolls Royce, triumphantly showing off the Giant’s World Series trophy to fans when suddenly the Rolls runs out of gas.
The post Bruce Bochy’s Rolls Royce ran out of gas during Giants World Series parade first appeared on No Guts, No Glory.
San Francisco Giants outfielder Hunter Pence was labeled as plenty of things this postseason...an inspirational leader, the lead singer from Spin Doctors and, of course, a crazy eyed meme generator.But if his recent appeance on Conan is any indication...dude is also pretty funny.What a difference a World Series makes, huh? Last week at this time, the 29-year-old Pence looked like...
I’m not going to recap the four games of the World Series. If you didn’t watch, it’s mainly because you’re a dolt and do not possess the brain pan to enjoy one of the three best sports in the world today. That’s not my fault. The Giants handled the Tigers in four games after being pushed to the brink of elimination in the NLDS by the Reds and again in the NLCS by the Cardinals...
Does Tim Lincecum freak you out? Cosby Sweaters grabbed the above of the freak scaring a little boy.
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A few days ago, the San Francisco Giants swept the Detroit Tigers out of the World Series. It was the 21st World Series sweep in history, out of the 108 played since 1903. (The was no World Series in 1904 or 1994.) When the Tigers swept the Yankees, it was the 19th total LCS sweep, out of 86 total since 1969. Obviously, not all playoff series are created equal. Some are best-of-three...
First, the national TV ratings for the World Series were released. The lowest in history! Lower than the last time the San Francisco Giants played in the World Series! Then came the commentary about how boring the series was — how it lacked national stars, how the ratings show interest in baseball is dying.
Stop. Baseball is alive and well. It’s simply not consumed on a national...
Sunday night was a beautiful evening for Giants fans.
The San Fransisco Giants captured their second World Series in three seasons by sweeping the Detroit Tigers. Thus, ending the 2012 MLB season.
Corey was under the weather this week, so our featured guest, Tim Livingston got bumped in to the co-hosts chair as he and I recap the 2012 World Series, discuss the individual playoff...