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Belt continues power surge in Giants' 9-5 win over Rockies

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By Jeremy Kahn

SAN FRANCISCO–Brandon Belt gave the San Francisco Giants the lead for good with one swing of the bat.

Belt hit a three-run home run off of Jake McGee in the bottom of the seventh inning, helping the Giants to a come-from-behind 9-5 victory over the Colorado Rockies before a crowd of 40,334 at AT&T Park Sunday. 747 more words

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Crawford continues to swing bat well; Giants defeat Rockies 9-4

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By Jeremy Kahn

SAN FRANCISCO–Brandon Crawford continues to swing the bat well, and with that the San Francisco Giants broke out of their recent funk. 766 more words

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Desmond does a number on Giants in Rockies' 6-1 win

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By Jeremy Kahn

SAN FRANCISCO–Ian Desmond may be getting booed at Coors Field after his slow start with the Colorado Rockies, but he loves playing at AT&T Park. 537 more words

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Rockies outlast Giants 5-3 in 12 innings

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By Jeremy Harness

SAN FRANCISCO – Carlos Gonzalez has a pretty nice track record against the Giants, and that continued Thursday night. 449 more words

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A View From The Park: San Francisco

NOTE: Here is the eighth in an occasional series of Features describing the author’s visits to various MLB ballparks around the country. The continuation of this series brings the author to San Francisco’s AT&T Park, home of the Giants and the second closest major league park to your correspondent’s home. 2,169 more words

Disgruntled Fan Feature

Belt goes swimming, Crawford goes 4-for-4 in Giants' 5-3 win over Reds

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By Jeremy Kahn

SAN FRANCISCO–After allowing three runs in the first four innings, you knew that it would be long night for Ty Blach. 572 more words

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Drei's Photo Blog...A Day In The Park, Lets Play 2...San Francisco Open Your Golden Gate

Here are some sights from the Dodgers recent twin-bill with the Giants at AT&T Park, 4/28/2018…

Early Morning. Strolling Mays to McCovey

Just a bit past 8:30 AM. 801 more words