Monthly Archives: July 2014

What a Week’s Rest Can Do: Giants Crush Marlins, 9-1, in Opening Game of Second Half

What a delight to see the team working on all cylinders – even without Angel Pagan. A badass homer from Crawford who worked an 11-pitch count and then owned it. Madison Bumgarner handling business, and Posey and Pablo getting RBIs … Continue reading

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At The All-Star Break It’s a Roller-Coaster Season

First off, before doing an assessment of the G-men at the break, I want to chime in and agree with Alex Pavlovic’s view, made most clear by Grant Brisbee, that all, repeat every single replay review at AT&T Park should … Continue reading

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Bay Bridge Significant Series

It would all be in good fun if it didn’t mean so much to us. Having been nine and a half up six weeks ago and now down a half a game and knowing the Dodgers are down by a … Continue reading

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That Nagging Half Game

Hey everybody. Well it’s been a month since I could blog … sigh. I mean what a shitty month. of June. The last words I wrote, June 5th were: “The Giants look really good. The road trip was 4-2 and … Continue reading

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