San Francisco Giants Need Angel Pagan to Stay Healthy
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San Francisco Giants fragile spark-plug Angel Pagan was a catalyst for the orange and black in their 2012 title run, but he missed a majority of last season with a serious hamstring injury. The Giants’ energetic lead-off hitter led the […]

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Pablo Sandoval

The San Francisco Giants rank as one of the most proficient offensive teams in baseball at the moment, but there remains a glaring void in the heart of their lineup. Slimmed-down Pablo Sandoval‘s on-going struggles are alarmingly concerning, especially considering […]

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San Francisco Giants Jeremy Affeldt

As left-handed reliever Jeremy Affeldt looks to be close to wrapping up a rehab assignment with the Class A San Jose Giants, the big-league club will be faced with a tough decision. Affeldt will need to be added to the […]

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Matt Cain San Francisco Giants

Veteran San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Matt Cain was roughed up pretty good in his previous start against the Los Angeles Dodgers, allowing three home runs, including two to Matt Kemp. However, Cain returned home on Saturday to face the Colorado […]

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San Francisco Giants Jarrett Parker

The minor league baseball season is just over a week old, so it’s difficult to take any statistics too seriously. With that said, the San Francisco Giants have to be hoping that outfielder Jarrett Parker’s early numbers are a good […]

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Brandon Belt San Francisco Giants

The San Francisco Giants‘ never-ending power drought following the post-Bonds era has finally come to a screeching stop. The Giants are tied with the Chicago White Sox for the most home runs in baseball during early action. While it remains […]

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Pablo Sandoval San Francisco Giants

Through the first six games of the 2014 season, the San Francisco Giants are the second highest scoring team in baseball. To most, that realization might seem “fluky,” but the Giants’ offense is on the precipice of becoming formidable. San […]

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Buster Posey San Francisco Giants

The San Francisco Giants ruined the arch-rival Los Angeles Dodgers‘ much anticipated home opener on Thursday, exploding for six runs in the first inning before coasting to a mostly laid back 8-4 win. It was a meaningful victory for the […]

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San Francisco Giants Michael Morse

If we were sitting here on the first day of spring training, who would have guessed that the San Francisco Giants would pick up a series-clinching victory thanks in large part to a clutch pinch-hit home run from Brandon Hicks? […]

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