Tim Hudson Will Be Integral Part To San Francisco Giants’ Potential Playoff Push In 2014
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The San Francisco Giants have signed free agent right-handed pitcher Tim Hudson on Monday. Hudson and the Giants agreed to a a two-year, $23 million contract. Although the season-ending injury to the veteran in 2013 may be a concern, the Giants have made […]

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Tim Hudson Giants

The San Francisco Giants got what they needed most on Wednesday night: a dominant starting pitching performance. After giving up 13 runs over the first two games of the season, the Giants’ pitching staff resembled everything that went wrong in […]

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Juan Perez

After the first two games of the 2014 season, it’s already apparent the San Francisco Giants are similarly flawed as last year’s team. While the Giants boast an offense capable of putting up crooked numbers on the scoreboard, they don’t […]

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San Francisco Giants Jean Machi

On Monday night, San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy made an interesting decision to go to righthander Jean Machi with a runner on and one out in the seventh inning of a tie game. He easily could have gone to […]

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Madison Bumgarner

Few surprises are on the brink of becoming reality for the San Francisco Giants in the 2014 MLB season, as the club remained mostly predictable in announcing its official opening day 25-man roster. The Giants’ active roster includes 16 players from their […]

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Hunter Pence

The fact that Marco Scutaro will begin the regular season on the disabled list has created a void in the No. 2 spot of the lineup for the San Francisco Giants. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, free-swinging right fielder Hunter Pence […]

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Arizona Diamondbacks v San Francisco Giants

As the 2014 version of Spring Training comes to an end, the San Francisco Giants‘ projected Opening Day 25-man roster has already suffered a significant setback. Second baseman Marco Scutaro is expected to remain at the Giants’ training facility in […]

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San Francisco Giants Tim Lincecum

The San Francisco Giants aren’t exactly stingy in dishing out big money to players capable of having a positive impact, but future payroll allocations could potentially detract the team from maintaining a competitive mindset on the open market. The Giants […]

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Detroit Tigers v Kansas City Royals

Every year during spring training, the San Francisco Giants call up a few players from their minor league camp to fill out gameday rosters. These players generally are given this chance either because they are veteran minor leaguers or because […]

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San Francisco Giants David Huff

With several events that occurred Sunday, the San Francisco Giants gave us a pretty good idea as to who will be part of their relief pitching corps when the regular season comes around. First, they gave righthander Derek Law another […]

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