Since moving from New York to San Francisco in time for the 1958 season, the San Francisco Giants have been, well, not inept, but highlights have been few and far between. 410 more words
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You would think seeing Madison Bumgarner three times in a little over a week would give the Kansas City hitters a better chance. Conventional baseball thinking says the more you see a pitcher, the better off you are as a hitter because you’ve seen all his pitches. 1,105 more words
Thanks to arguably the greatest World Series pitching performance in MLB history, the San Francisco Giants can officially call themselves a dynasty.
Madison Bumgarner pitched five scoreless, two-hit innings of relief in his third appearance of the Fall Classic, and San Francisco held of the Kansas City Royals, 3-2, to win the World Series in seven games. 787 more words