Monthly Archives: May 2014

Giants Come From Behind, Hit With RISP, Beat Cards in St. Louis

This was the game where I began to wonder if we might have this. We might have the division because we are a real team … built from good guys. I was worried because St. Louis is a baseball town … Continue reading

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Kayaking a Giant Game [feat. McCovey Cove Dave]

wow. this was something I’ve wanted to do for fifteen years. McCovey Cove Dave has always encouraged me to do it via twitter (@McCoveyCoveDave). I am so glad my son and I went – HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.  

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Giants Maintain Best Record in Baseball with Most Series Wins

The Giants took 2 of 3 from the Cubs on their visit to AT&T. I didn’t get a chance to write about it because I was out fishing and KAYAKING MCCOVEY COVE! – woo hoo. I am posting a video … Continue reading

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Lincecum and Vogelsong Continue Giants AL Dominance

The Minnesota Twins are tied for second in the AL Central but have a .500 record because it’s a division dominated by the powerful Detroit Tigers. Their power hitter Joe Mauer has been struggling terribly, but still, they have Kurt … Continue reading

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Take the Hair and Put it on the Face

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Suspended By Hail and Rain, Giants and Rockies Rubber Match Ends Deadlocked 2-2 in Sixth

The game has just been called due to the weather. Hail stones and rolling electrified thunderstorms suspended this one, tied 2-2 in the bottom of the sixth, with David Huff on the mound for the Giants, a runner on for … Continue reading

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Double Hammy Whammy – Giants Win, Lose Cain, Casilla to DL

Even when the Giants win lately there’s some weird issue – an HBP directly on the thumb sidelines Brandon Belt, plays that should be routine for a first baseman in little league bungled by Michael Morse, nutty throwing errors by … Continue reading

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Romo Can’t Lock It Down, Giants Lose Opener in Colorado

This game was going according to plan. Madison Bumgarner and the Giants defense quieted the red hot Rockies lineup, holding them to three runs. In fact, it marked a milestone for Bumgarner who set the Giants team record for most … Continue reading

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The Battle for First Begins a Mile High

After beating the Marlins 4-1 Sunday the Giants flew directly to Denver and checked into their hotels so as to enjoy as much of their day off yesterday as possible. Ryan Vogelsong’s strong outing made the home stand a winning … Continue reading

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Marlins Continue Hitting AT&T, Take Two From Giants

After the come-from-behind victory in game one, the Giants were forced into another come-from-behind situation in game two, when Yusmeiro Petit was burned by Marlins bats for four runs in the first four frames. In fact, the very first batter … Continue reading

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