San Francisco Giants Have Prospects Ready to Make an Impact in 2014
San Francisco Giants Edwin Escobar

The San Francisco Giants feature one of the worst farm systems in baseball in terms of overall talent, but they do possess a few could-be big league ready players who could make a positive impact in the 2014 season. The […]

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Pablo Sandoval San Francisco Giants

While contract re-negotiations were tabled earlier this week, third baseman Pablo Sandoval continued to struggle on a massive level for the San Francisco Giants in early action. Entering the Giants’ first official “Orange Friday” of the 2014 MLB season, Sandoval […]

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Brandon Hicks San Francisco Giants

The San Francisco Giants rank as one of the most explosive run-producing teams at the start of the 2014 MLB season, but have yet to find a suitable replacement for starting second baseman Marco Scutaro, who remains on the DL […]

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Batkid

If you thought you saw Batman throwing out the first pitch at the San Francisco Giants Opening Day game today, you were almost correct. If you were confused as to why Batman got a standing ovation and what the significance […]

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San Francisco Giants Jeremy Affeldt

On Friday night, San Francisco Giants lefthanded reliever Jeremy Affeldt threw in his first game since straining his MCL late in spring training, participating in a rehab assignment at Triple-A Fresno. Affeldt pitched the first inning, and the results were […]

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Hyun-jinRyu

Going into the game, Yasiel Puig dominated the headlines with his late absence to the Los Angeles Dodgers facility, which forced him to sit out this game. Puig believed that he needed to be there at a different time, but […]

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Tim Lincecum

It has been said time and time again that Tim Lincecum is no longer “The Freak,” but that does not diminish just how important the now No. 4 starter is to the San Francisco Giants. Lincecum struggled — as he […]

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