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Credit: Steven Robles – SF Giants Rumors
Today is the day that Tim Lincecum was scheduled to return to the mound from his blister injury. He wasn’t ready to go, but did manage to get a bullpen session in. To me that’s still putting in work, so I’m good with that!
Alex Pavlovic of the San Jose Mercury News says (via Twitter) Lincecum’s bullpen session went well, and he’s...
Hunter Pence has been the talk of the Giants, partially for his crazy singing and dancing and also because he will play a very import role in the 2013 Giants offense. Over at Bay Area Sports Guy I wrote up a post looking at what to expect from Pence in 2013.
When the Giants traded for Hunter Pence last season they thought that they were getting a big bat to fill the middle of...
Credit: Steven Robles – SF Giants Rumors
Today is the first day of cuts in Spring Training for the San Francisco Giants. They’ve sent pitchers Fabio Castillo, Edward Concepcion, Justin Fitzgerald, Jose Valdez, Josh Osich, infielder Joe Panik and catcher Andrew Susac to Minor League Camp, says Giants Beat Writer Chris Haft (via Twitter).
In another Haft tweet, he says infielder...
I’m not going to lie, I enjoy Brian Wilson’s schtick. The dude is at Disneyland in a Buzz Lightyear zip-up yet he’s able to maintain this menacing look that only a closer could possess. Speaking of which; I had no idea where or who Brian Wilson played for.. I researched it and the answer was no one.
FYI – Free-agent reliever Brian Wilson is unlikely to sign with a new team...
You have to give it to Buster Posey here for being such a good sport, and also have to give it to the folks at PlayStation for churning out this great TV spot. It is a mix of a very uncomfortable interview with the kid who shoots free throws underhand from ‘Hoosiers’ and a ‘Between Two Ferns’ episode. Gold. Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
Barry Bonds is a man of the people. Not only has the former slugger taken up cycling in retirement, but he’s also giving back to the community.
Bonds, who has a residence in Southern California, threw out the first pitch at Malibu Little League’s opening day last weekend, The Malibu Times reports. Bonds reportedly was there to support his godson, who, at 11, is playing Little...
It might be hard to believe this after Sergio Romo closed out the World Series and probably wrapped up the stopper role going forward for the Giants and Team Mexico, but there was a time when the prognosis for his career was much more negative. After all, he’s a small righty (five-foot-ten and a buck-eighty-five) with a fastball that doesn’t normally crack 90 miles per hour who...
Tim Lincecum has been scratched from his scheduled start today. It will be the second consecutive spring start that the 28-year-old has missed.
Lincecum has been dealing with a blister on his pitching hand but should be ready to go in a couple of days.
In his first spring start Lincecum struggled allowing three runs and four hits in 1 1/3 innings.
The Giants will hope for better...
It sounds like the Yankees have one more name to take off of the list of potential Mark Teixeira replacements. Aubrey Huff is saying he is “pretty much retired.” Although earlier in the off-season he sounded like he still wanted to play, not surprisingly, there was not much interest in a 36-year-old first baseman coming off of a 87 wRC+ in 2011 and a 76 wRC+ in 2012. That should...
So, Sergio Romo blew the save and Mexico lost a shocker to Italy.
Well, he kinda blew it. Here’s the play.
Well, it was blown even without the drop. Deep fly ball to left with a man on third and one out, the game would’ve been tied.
Yeah, but that’s tied, not lost. I mean, come on, the left fielder should’ve had that ball!
Yeah, but Romo shouldn’t have given up...