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Washington Post Oct 5, 2014

Nats Journal: Brandon Belt’s blast caps tumultuous season

For Brandon Belt, the full trip to the plate was long and painful. It was blurry and dizzy at times, too. It wasn’t long ago, in fact, that Belt had a hard time envisioning himself holding a bat with a chance to deal a mighty blow in an October playoff game. Read full article >>

Brandon Belt’s blast caps tumultuous season

For Brandon Belt, the full trip to the plate was long and painful. It was blurry and dizzy at times, too. It wasn’t long ago, in fact, that Belt had a hard time envisioning himself holding a bat with a chance to deal a mighty blow in an October playoff game. Belt blasted the game-winning […]
KFFL Oct 5, 2014

Giants | Brandon Belt delivers historic homer

San Francisco Giants 1B Brandon Belt hit a home run in the 18th inning to ...
Plain Dealer Oct 5, 2014

NLDS: Brandon Belt gives San Francisco Giants 2-1 win over Washington Nationals in 18-inning marathon

Brandon Belt and the rest of the San Francisco Giants did what they do so well in October: They never give in, they never give up, and they win. Simple as that. No matter what it takes -- or how long.
Sacramento Bee Oct 2, 2014

Giants' Brandon Belt hoping to make forgettable summer a memorable fall

WASHINGTON D.C. - Brandon Belt knew there was something wrong when he had to walk out of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."
San Jose Mercury News Oct 2, 2014

Giants' Brandon Belt hoping to make forgettable summer a memorable fall

Brandon Belt missed 96 games with injuries this season, but the San Francisco Giants' first baseman can make up for it with a deep run in the playoffs.

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