2013 World Series: How Do St. Louis Cardinals Bounce Back?

Boston Red Sox

Losing a game like they did at home in Game 4, looking ahead at Jon Lester tomorrow night in Game 5 must be a daunting task for the St. Louis Cardinals. So how do they recover and win in Game […]

2013 World Series: Did Boston Red Sox’ Jon Lester Doctor Baseball During Game 1?

Jon Lester

It’s the World Series, and here we go with the controversy. Jon Lester pitched a marvelous game for the Boston Red Sox last night, leading the way to a 8-1 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 1. Did […]

Did San Francisco Giants Tip Their Hand With Tim Lincecum Deal?

Tim Lincecum

Over the past few seasons two things about the San Francisco Giants organization have been obvious: The franchise has accumulated a great deal of income from two World Series titles, and it doesn’t seem to want to spend said money […]

San Francisco Giants Reportedly Out Of Running For Cuban Prospect

Brian Sabean

The San Francisco Giants have pulled their scouts from Cuba and are no longer interested in signing prospect Jose Abreu, according to Comcast SportsNet Bay Area. After watching the first baseman play in his native Cuba, team officials believe Abreu is more suited to […]

Could San Francisco Giants Rekindle Relationship With Carlos Beltran?

Carlos Beltran

Outfielder Carlos Beltran is set to be a free agent come this winter, and the San Francisco Giants are in desperate need of a power-hitting left fielder. So signing the eight-time All-Star for a second stint in San Francisco wouldn’t […]

MLB Awards: Top 10 Contenders for American League Cy Young Award

Verlander

2013 NLDS: 5 Bold Predictions for Los Angeles Dodgers-Atlanta Braves Series

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San Francisco Giants: Next Season’s Success Is In Pablo Sandoval’s Hands

Pablo Sandoval

Friday afternoon, San Francisco Giants‘ general manager Brian Sabean held a news conference to discuss a variety of topics ranging from the organization’s ability to re-sign Hunter Pence and Tim Lincecum to his decision to ink Barry Zito in 2007. […]

Los Angeles Angels: Mike Trout Deserves AL MVP Honors

Mike Trout

With the emergence of sabermetics in baseball over the past decade, the term “value” has assumed a different definition. Before the implementation of advanced mathematics, the MVP award was almost always handed to a player with a combination of superb […]

San Francisco Giants Do The Right Thing In Giving Barry Zito One Last Start

Barry Zito

San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy uttered the words Tuesday that I had hoped he would for some time now: starting pitcher Barry Zito will receive one final start in a Giants uniform. It will come Saturday against the San […]

San Francisco Giants: Ryan Vogelsong’s Uncertain Future

Ryan Vogelsong

When starting pitcher Ryan Vogelsong returned from his broken hand injury in early August, he picked up right where he left off by giving the San Francisco Giants a quality outing. However, he has regressed over his last four starts, raising […]

San Francisco Giants: 5 Ways to Prevent New York Yankees From Reaching Postseason

Hunter Pence