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The Denard Span Contingency Plan

The San Francisco Giants signed an array of veteran infielders to minor league contracts to compete for a utility bench spot this spring. The Giants insistence on signing washed up veteran infielders despite already having Kelby Tomlinson and playoff hero Casey Gillaspie in house to serve this role was very questionable. 523 more words

David Aardsma - His New York Mets Career 2013

The New York Mets signed right-handed pitcher David Aardsma to a minor league contract on May 20, 2013. After posting a 1.12 ERA in 8 games for the Las Vegas 51s, the Mets Triple-A affiliate, Aardsma made his Mets debut on June 8.  107 more words

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Mike Krukow 1981 Topps - Sully Baseball Card of the Day for March 26, 2017

I associate Mike Krukow so much with the San Francisco Giants that it is almost startling to see him wearing a different uniform.

He had success as a pitcher for the Giants and for a long time has become one of the best broadcasters in all of baseball. 665 more words

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Report: SF Giants To Release Gordon Beckham

Rumor has it the San Francisco Giants are moving on from Gordon Beckham.

MLB Trade Rumors reports that the team will be releasing Beckham from his minor league contract, per Beckham’s own request. 64 more words

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Mike Vail - His New York Mets Career 1975-1977

The New York Met acquired outfielder Mike Vail from the St. Louis Cardinals along with Jack Heidemann in exchange for Ted Martinez on December 11, 1974.  310 more words

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Why does S.F. continue to associate itself with the biggest cheater in MLB history?

Welcome to the Era of Donald Trump, where it is okay to lie, cheat and steal while openly flaunting it. Why else would the San Francisco Giants… 301 more words

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Giants' Infield - Spring Training Update

A few weeks ago I wrote about the options available to the Giants in terms of providing third base cover for Eduardo Nunez, whom  I expected to be the Organisation’s first choice for opening day. 724 more words

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