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San Francisco Giants: Prospects to Keep an Eye On

The San Francisco Giants are rolling. They are 35-19 and have a 6 and a half game lead in the National League West. Granted the season is still very young, but with the way the other teams in their division look right now, it looks like they could run away with the division. With everything going so well, it doesn’t seem like they need to call any prospects up. However, injuries...
Via isportsweb.com
May 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Law, De Paula Highlight Giants Bullpen Sleepers

The first sounds of spring could be heard on Wednesday of last week. All you had to do was flip on the radio to once again hear the crack of the bat, the voices of Jon Miller and Dave Flemming on KNBR, and the inevitable drone of various players insisting on being in their best shape in years (also known as BSOHL). That’s right, actual, live baseball is back, and not a moment too...
Via BaySportsNet
March 06, 2014  |  Discuss
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