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An Open Letter to Sam Long

Son: You were thrust into a remarkable situation. These guys you faced are our nemesis for 138 years. The current version outspends us by hundreds of millions. You’re barely a full season in. What’d you play in a dozen games … Continue reading

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Chavez Ravine is Ugly and They Just Spent a Week Lying about How Awesome It Is and Slapping Superficial Lipstick All Over It Like They Do in L.A. – Spiritually Bankrupt Stadium, Morally and Ethically Bankrupt Town, Hiding a Rapist They Hired and Enabled

Chavez Ravine is a shithole built by the Vinnell Corporation who destroyed the lives of itinerant farmers and native americans who resided in terraced farms there for decades, possibly centuries. It is spiritually and physically bankrupt of soul. Built on … Continue reading

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Giants Bats Come to Life at Last, Bounce Back Against Pads to End Road Trip (3 – 4) Amidst Gauntlet of Seventeen Straight Games

It has been a rough three weeks. All the confidence we had in the mathemagical system came crashing down in consecutive series losses to the Reds, White Sox and Diamondbacks – all teams that are playing under .500. The Giants … Continue reading

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The Circus Game in Saint Louie

Ridiculous. This game was ridiculous. In only the way National League teams with history and culture can play – the others are jealous. Carlos Rodón imploded and Kap made a joke out of it, leaving him out there to get … Continue reading

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Giants Sweep Rockies, End Home Stand 5 – 2; Longo and Late Night Return

Giants won 7 – 1 on Wednesday to complete the home sweep and Alex Cobb gave us six strong innings for a quality start. Evan Longoria and LaMonte Wade, Jr. returned to the line up from injured reserve.

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Giants Lose Fifth Straight, Seven of Last Eight, as Bats Stay Silent and Bullpen Gives Up Winning RBI Single in Ninth

Cardinals 3, Giants 2 Alex Cobb was very good, giving up just one hit in the first four innings of this one, but he gave up a single and a homer to get chased in the fifth – not a … Continue reading

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Giants and A’s Split Bay Bridge Brace

Carlos Rodón continued to impress, surpassing Tim Lincecum’s record of 35 strikeouts in a pitcher’s first four starts by striking out nine, bringing his season total to 38. PITCHERS IP H R ER BB K HR PC-ST ERA Rodón (W, 3-0) … Continue reading

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In First Game in DC, Giants Explode in Second for Seven Runs, Batting Through Order w B-Craw Bookend Doubles; Kapler Calls for Another ‘Bullpen Game’

Giants 7, Nationals 1 nice. I assume you all saw it. It was so cool. Brandon Crawford doubled to start the second, we batted through the order and he RBI doubled to wrap up the scoring with the 6th and … Continue reading

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Carlos Rodón Gets Second Win as Belt Hammers Birthday Shot

Giants win! AP says Rodón “struck out eight over five scoreless innings. The left-hander has 29 strikeouts over 17 innings, the most by a Giants pitcher through his first three starts with the franchise. Cliff Melton previously held the mark … Continue reading

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Giants Sweep Cubs and Rox on the Road

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LaMonte Wade, Jr, The Man, Interviewed

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We Have the Mojo Now.

I was on a plane during the first five innings last night, so missed the Bellinger run. When I sat down at Perry’s for a salad, we were down 1-0. Not saying it’s me, but we did immediately score, and … Continue reading

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