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By The Numbers: Giants Turn Batting Order Tradition Upside Down

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Traditionally, pitchers get a little bit of a breather by the time they get to the bottom of an opposing team’s batting order. 192 more words

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The Duffman Cometh: A Matt Duffy Story

It’s a cold, windy night in early November.

The setting: AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants in the city by the bay.

The situation: Bottom of the Ninth, 2 outs, a man on first with the Giants down one run…(oh yeah, it’s also game-7 of the World Series by the way) 615 more words

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Giant Bounce Back: Belt, Samardzjia lead Giants to sweep of the Padres

by Morris Phillips

SAN FRANCISCO–Amid the hustle and bustle that pervades the budding metropolis of San Francisco, this day replete with blustery winds, ping pong weather, the persistent news cycle, and of course, traffic, even the Giants could be rendered an afterthought. 213 more words

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Belt Leads Giants To Sweep Of Padres

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Brandon Belt was a homer short of the cycle and drove in five runs, Hunter Pence drove in a pair on three hits and the San Francisco Giants completed a three-game sweep by beating the San Diego Padres 13-9 on Wednesday. 280 more words

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Belt Drives In 5, Giants Complete Sweep Of Padres

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – Brandon Belt was a homer short of the cycle and drove in five runs, Hunter Pence drove in a pair on three hits and the San Francisco Giants completed a three-game sweep by beating the San Diego Padres 13-9 on Wednesday. 344 more words

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Giants' Cueto Goes The Distance In 1-0 Win Over Padres

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – With Madison Bumgarner still working out the kinks in his delivery, Johnny Cueto has emerged as the Giants de facto ace through the first month of the season. 692 more words

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We Need to Have a Talk About Matt Cain

By:  Jake Kucheck

Sure, writing this on the heels of a stellar, Cueto-at-his-best, artistic complete game shut out of the Padres feels a bit masochistic.  But solving problems is rarely painless, and the best way to celebrate winning is to figure out how to do more of it.   1,338 more words

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