SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- From his 2010 postseason dominance to a sizzling second half a year ago, Madison Bumgarner already has a career's worth of impressive numbers.
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated.) Left-hander Madison Bumgarner enjoyed the flow of champagne over his head after San Francisco's successful run to the World Series title two years ago, a mere three months after he reached legal drinking age.
He's about to start his second full season in the majors this April and remains the youngest pitcher on the Giants' 40-man roster...
Madison Bumgarner could pitch behind Tim Lincecum as the Giants’ No. 2 starter to open the season, according to reports released earlier today.
The headline, “Bumgarner to be Giants’ No. 2 starter?” made uneasy right when I saw it.
I know this seems like relative non-news, and normally it wouldn’t stir up much more than a “Hm, that’s interesting,” but this news comes...
Madison Bumgarner could be slotted at No. 2 in rotation