Rangers Trade Calhoun to Giants

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In a move that was sure to come sooner or later, the Texas Rangers have traded outfielder Wille Calhoun to the San Francisco Giants. MLB.com was the first to break the news on Thursday afternoon. In exchange for Calhoun, the Rangers will be receiving outfielder Steven Duggar, and cash considerations from the Giants. A lot […] READ MORE


The Beauty of Luis Gonzalez

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Beauty comes in many forms. In this case, it came in the form of a Luis Gonzalez two-out ninth-inning bunt down the third baseline. Listen: It was the top of the ninth and the San Francisco Giants were down 3-1 to their mortal enemy the Los Angeles Dodgers. Sometimes closer and bird impersonator Craig Kimbrel […] READ MORE


Joc Pederson to the San Francisco Giants

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Joc Pederson, after eight seasons in the major leagues, is finally headed home. The Palo Alto native has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal for $6 million with the San Francisco Giants. This comes after Kris Bryant signed with the Colorado Rockies for a seven-year, $182 million contract. The Pederson signing will not only make […] READ MORE


Giants Use Small Ball to Beat Diamondbacks

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Giants 1, Diamondbacks 0 SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 29 — A pitchers’ duel between Alex Wood and Merrill Kelly turned into a tense relief battle. However, small ball prevailed, and the normally homer-heavy San Francisco Giants used it to defeat the Arizona Diamondbacks, 1–0, Wednesday night. Kelly and Wood exchanged zeros through the first five innings. […] READ MORE


San Francisco Giants First Half Studs

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The San Francisco Giants cap the first half of the 2021 season with a victory at Chase Field in Arizona. The win comes on the heels of a four-game losing streak. The four-game skid prior to Friday night’s victory marks the largest losing streak for the club this season. The Giants currently have a record […] READ MORE


Giants Beat The Dodgers: Prove They Belong

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The San Francisco Giants have been a great story in 2021. At the start of the year, they weren’t even in the conversation in the NL West. The word on the street was that not only the NL West, but arguably the National League as a whole was a two-team race. It was all about […] READ MORE