San Francisco Giants: The 2020 Season Was a Success

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The San Francisco Giants finished the season with a 29-31 record, tied with the Milwaukee Brewers for the final playoff spot in the National League. Unfortunately for the Giants, the tie-breaker favored the Brewers, so the Giants are on the outside looking in. The Giants had every opportunity to make the playoffs, but several blown […] READ MORE


Giants Rally, Defeat Diamondbacks

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Giants 4, Diamondbacks 2 On August 18, the Arizona Diamondbacks were 13-11 after a 10-1 blowout victory over the Oakland Athletics. They were in playoff position, and a blowout victory over one of the best teams in the American League made the season-opening struggles appear to be behind them for good. Since then, the Diamondbacks […] READ MORE


Red-Hot Philadelphia Phillies Next Move

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The Philadelphia Phillies have left their fans’ heads spinning over the past two weeks playing extremely streaky ball. After the abysmal sweep by the Baltimore Orioles, the Phillies bounced back with four straight wins. It looked as though they had turned the corner before a five-game losing streak hit them head-on. Going into Sunday Night […] READ MORE


San Francisco Giants – Buy or Sell At The Trade Deadline?

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The San Francisco Giants are currently 15-16 and if the season ended today, would make the playoffs as the eighth seed.  This complicates matters for team president Farhan Zaidi, as the trade deadline is August 31. Should the Giants buy or sell at the deadline? The answer is both. Depending on the circumstances and what’s […] READ MORE


Trade Deadline Primer: Starting Pitchers

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Trade Deadline Preview: Starting Pitchers The August 31st Trade Deadline is quickly approaching and there are some names that are starting to emerge as legitimate trade candidates. Things started to move this past Friday when the Boston Red Sox made a trade with the Philadelphia Phillies. It was a trade that fulfilled the needs of […] READ MORE



Johnny Cueto To Stay In San Francisco

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As first reported by Jon Heyman of Fanrag Sports, Johnny Cueto, the veteran pitcher and World Series champion, has decided to stay with the San Francisco Giants and not opt out of his deal. His remaining deal goes for four-years, totaling $84 million. breaking: Cueto stays with giants — Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) November 5, 2017 […] READ MORE


2017 Boston Red Sox First Half Review: A Tale of Two Teams

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Halfway through the 2017 season, the Boston Red Sox find themselves sitting atop the American League East, 3.5 games clear of the second-place New York Yankees, with a record of 50-39. Not at all shabby. Yet, the Red Sox first half was anything but sunshine and rainbows the whole way. There were some very good […] READ MORE


Madison Bumgarner Injured in Dirt Biking Accident, Out 6-8 Weeks

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Sitting in the basement of the NL West with a 6-10 record entering play Friday, the San Francisco Giants haven’t had the most ideal start to 2017. But matters have been compounded further by news that ace Madison Bumgarner sustained rib and shoulder injuries in a dirt biking accident and is expected to miss 6-8 […] READ MORE


Most Captivating MLB Players Of 2016: Part 2

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As the 2016 calendar year comes to an end, the LWOS MC50 series captures the 50 most captivating athletes from 2016 in each sport. LWOB takes a look at the 50 MLB players who drew headlines this past year, whether it be for on-field accomplishments, off-season drama, or happenings away from the ballpark. Most Captivating […] READ MORE