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Nationals by the Numbers- September 17, 2017

Rookie Victor Robles’ triple against the Atlanta Braves on September 14, 2017 electrified the crowd at Nationals Park.

Think of some of the most exciting things a fan can witness while attending a baseball game.   872 more words

Last place clubs put on a show in Phillies 12-9 win over the Giants

By Morris Phillips

SAN FRANCISCO–All the neat stuff that last place clubs rarely get to do, the Giants and Phillies got to do to each other on Saturday night. 285 more words


Who Owned Baseball August 15, 2017 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2017 #WOB Standings

Carlos Santana reached base 5 times, homered twice and drove in 3 to lead the surging Indians past Minnesota, 8-1.

Denard Span got on base 4 times, homered and stole a base, scoring 3 times to help the Giants top the Marlins, 9-4. 1,281 more words

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Samardzija sharp, Giants capture series with 2-1 win over the Pirates

By Morris Phillips

SAN FRANCISCO–Even if the victories are small ones, the Giants have to relish them. They’re all they have.

On Wednesday, the Giants snuck by the Pirates, 2-1, and captured the series, the second time they won a series on this homestand. 504 more words


Episode #126: Giants Honor America with a Six-Win Salute

You can download the episode here, or stream it below!


Happy birthday, America!

To celebrate, the Giants have won six in a row, and have mystified some Giants’ fans who seem to think “there’s a chance” of making the playoffs. 118 more words

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A Streak of Winning! #sfgiants

So, um, yeah, we all saw this coming, right? A nice little six game winning streak after the wheels completely fell off the wagon. Baseball. 375 more words

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Giants win, nine-game losing streak to the Rockies snapped

By Morris Phillips

Ease up on dissension stories, put a noose on the negativity, look no further for factions and infighting.  If only for a night, the focus fell on the diamond, as the Giants became winners again. 745 more words