Found December 08, 2011 on SFgate:
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Slowly but surely, the Giants ' 2010 World Series roster is breaking up. Of the 25 players, nine are gone - the latest being Cody Ross - and two more could be omitted on Monday. The Giants needed to upgrade their...
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