Category Archives: Commemorations

Brandon Crawford Passes Travis Stonewall Jackson as Longest Tenured Giants Shortstop, Has Magical Night in Giants Win in Texas

No one has ever started more games at shortstop for the Giants than Brandon Crawford. In the 139-season history of the team, on either coast, Crawford stands alone at short having passed Travis Jackson, a Hall-of-Famer who joined the New … Continue reading

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Covering the SF Giants from 2010 to 2017

Welcome to Giants Baseball Corner Which was an independent view of the San Francisco Giants – some reporting, some fanposts, some history, some theorizing about management or strategy – between 2010 and 2017, all out of love for the baseball … Continue reading

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Giants in Queens, no wait … I mean Flushing: Common Misconceptions

The New York Metropolitans play in Flushing Meadows, which is kinda … Queens, a borough of New York. There are 5 boroughs. So our history is related to all this: OK. so. Shea stadium was in Flushing. It neighbored Citi … Continue reading

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GBC Off Day FLASHBACK: Opening Day 2016 at the Yard

Another new feature at GBC this season is a FLASHBACK day on SF Giants off days. Today’s feature is our delightful opener at the yard vs. the nemesis. I’m just going to stack up a bunch of short form videos … Continue reading

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In Praise of Ryan Vogelsong, a GREAT Giant

I haven’t written on the blog since we won the World Series, but right now, I gotta give massive praise to Ryan Vogelsong. You had the best month of May in the majors. #Vogelstrong and, you have signed with us … Continue reading

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If You’re a Giants Fan, This is for You. Game 7 World Series 2014

I saw last night coming in the exact same way I saw us “losing one of three at home” to these guys. I saw it because unlike Texas and Detroit on this stage, these guys are hungry, fierce and fast … Continue reading

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More SF Giants Hashtags, Nicknames and Errata for the Dictionary

Alex Pavlovic recently had the temerity to create a Giants World Series Dictionary. Picking up on his work, I thought I would add these notes on Giants Culture: We have one thing of grave importance left on our list and … Continue reading

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Highest Single Season Attendance to Date 2011

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Tim Lincecum 1000th Strikeout

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The Giants Win the Pennant 2010

at the Public House for the last out, celebrating our first trip to the world series in 8 years!  

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