Posts Tagged: SF Giants

SF Giants Fans Finally Get Closure on 2011 Beltran-Wheeler trade

Pablo Sandoval’s Choice

Pablo Sandoval’s Choice

Posted November 20, 2014 by

Yesterday was a harrowing day for San Francisco Giants fans. Tweets out of Boston and San Francisco had Pablo Sandoval on the verge of signing a potential $100 million deal to join the Red Sox. Inside sources said that Pablo
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SF Giants Make History

SF Giants Make History

Posted October 30, 2014 by

When Pablo Sandoval caught the third out making the Giants World Series champs, my first thought was “We are all so blessed to be San Francisco Giants fans.” Our team won its third World Series in five years with a
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Can Giants Defy History?

Can Giants Defy History?

Posted October 29, 2014 by

Tonight, the San Francisco Giants seek to do something the franchise has never done: win a World Series Game 7. The Giants have plenty of experience losing game 7’s: 1912, 1924, 1962 and 2002. If I were the superstitious type,
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Giants: We Own the Pennant

Giants: We Own the Pennant

Posted October 17, 2014 by

Defying skeptics, the San Francisco Giants are returning to the World Series for the third time in five years. Last night’s victory culminated a remarkable series that saw the Giants deliver heartbreak time and again to a St. Louis Cardinals
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Bochy: The Giants Magician

Bochy: The Giants Magician

Posted October 9, 2014 by

I have a simple question for SF Giants fans: if Bruce Bochy had been managing the Nationals, how many games would it have taken for Washington to have won? Three? Four? Could a Matt Williams’ led Giants defeated Bochy’s Nationals?
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Giant(s) Decline— Who’s to Blame

Giant(s) Decline— Who’s to Blame

Posted August 27, 2014 by

Madison Bumgarner pitched a brilliant game last night. But for the first even numbered year since 2008, there will not be a SF Giants victory parade down Market Street this fall. And unless things turn around in a hurry, it
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