Under sun-drenched AT&T Park, Matt Cain made his final Major League start, all of them while wearing a Giants’ uniform. Undoubtedly, nerves were running full tension in his 6 foot-three frame, but he retired the first six Padres in order before giving up a lead-off single in the third. 839 more words
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Oh, the Coliseum. As a baseball fan who lived in the Bay Area for 5+ years, I spent a many a afternoons/nights at this wonderful bowl of concrete. 573 more words
It’s been awhile…A minute or two…Since Kid N Drei brought you a tale or two. Last time Kid N Drei did a tale about cruising, 2 years ago, Kid N Drei did a cruise from… 473 more words
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Like any player, San Francisco Giants outfielder Denard Span worries about hitting nasty curveballs and losing fly balls in the sun. But he’s got another concern when he’s playing at his home stadium: birds pooping on him in the field. 918 more words
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – Among Denard Span’s greatest fears in the outfield is having a gull splat on him from above as he chases down a long fly ball. 823 more words
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So, we lost track of the number. 127, 128…it’s about the same difference as in Matt Moore’s expected and real ERA. 148 more words