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McCovey Chronicles Nov 14, 2014

Watch Giants players impersonate Madison Bumgarner

Poorly. But it's still funny. Twitter member Rick alerts us to the existence of the above video, in which Bruce Bochy and assorted Giants players do their best Madison Bumgarner impressions. This is the sequel to the famous 2012 end credits from the World Series Blu Rays: Because it's a sequel, it's not as good. That's okay. It's still plenty good enough. Back to the Future II, then, except the Chicago Cubs and Miami Alligators don't win jack in this universe. We'll remember this sequel and its promise of hoverboots fondly. In 2016, they'll impersonate Buster Posey. In 2018, they'll...
Washington Post Nov 14, 2014

Nats Journal: Appreciating Anthony Rendon’s fifth-place MVP finish

The winners of the most valuable player awards were announced Thursday night, and Mike Trout and Clayton Kershaw, deservedly, won the prizes for each league as voted upon by the Baseball Writers Association of America. Anthony Rendon, the Nationals’ best position player last season, finished fifth in the NL voting, sandwiched between Jonathan Lucroy and Buster Posey. Fifth place may not seem like much but it is, undoubtedly, an accomplishment in Nationals history. Read full article >>
McCovey Chronicles Nov 13, 2014
Buster Posey finishes sixth in MVP voting, Hunter Pence 11th

Buster Posey finishes sixth in MVP voting, Hunter Pence 11th

Also, Madison Bumgarner won the World Series MVP in unanimous vote. This was not an even year with major awards for the Giants, it seems. Buster Posey finished sixth in the 2014 National League MVP voting, with Hunter Pence finishing 11th. Posey won the Rookie of the Year in the first championship campaign in San Francisco, and he won the MVP in 2012. All the Giants have to show for 2014 are some down-ballot finishes for two hitters, and a fourth-place finish in the Cy Young voting for Madison Bumgarner. And, you know. That other thing. Posey appeared on 28 of the 30 ballots, with Adam...

POSTGAME NOTES: How much can Bumgarner handle tomorrow? Plus, Sandoval fires back at Ventura

Buster Posey stood in a crowd of reporters, turned away from the bright light of a camera and smiled as a visiting writer pointed out that the blowout allowed the Giants to rest up. Madison Bumgarner never even made it… Continue Reading → 
Rotoworld Oct 28, 2014

Posey’s World Series struggles continue - Buster Posey (C) San Francisco Giants

Buster Posey’s World Series struggles continued in Tuesday’s Game 6, as he went 0-for-3 before being pulled late in the blowout loss.
Topeka Capital-Journal Oct 27, 2014

Giants, Royals ready for wild World Series finish

SAN FRANCISCO — Buster Posey was annoyed. Playfully so. The Giants catcher wanted Madison Bumgarner to do more than barely break a smile after a brilliant pitching performance put San Francisco one win from another World Series title. No way, Buster. Because in this postseason full of stars and surprises, who knows? Heck, Bumgarner might still have more work to do. read more
San Jose Mercury News Oct 27, 2014

Buster Posey lauds Giants' ticket to better postseason success

Posey, Brandon Belt among San Francisco Giants' players who believe sleeping in their own beds has been ticket to success in the World Series.

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