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Madison Bumgarner Rumors & News
- Bats: R
- Throws: L
- Height: 6' 5"
- Weight: 250
- Age 26
- Seasons: 7
- Salary: 9,916,667
- Birthplace: Hickory, North Carolina
- College: None
McCovey Chronicles Aug 19, 2016
When Madison Bumgarner’s arm wasn’t helping much, the Giants staged an improbable comeback with the help of his bat The Giants were behind, 4-0, on a grand slam, and they were never going to score again. Ever. It was going to be the biggest story in sports until everyone just got really sad and stopped covering it. It was going to devolve into something that would be only for the tourists. "Get scared by the guy hiding behind a bush at Fisherman’s Wharf, then head down to AT&T Park and watch the Team That Never Scored Again!" Then they scored. Then they scored again. There were hits...
Giants Extra | San Jose Mercury News Aug 19, 2016
Nothing seems to make sense in the Giants’ second half so far, so perhaps it’s par for the course that an anticipated sizzling pitching duel between Madison Bumgarner and the Mets’ Jacob deGrom Thursday would turn into an almost ridiculous… Continue Reading → The post Offense is coming around, now it's up for the pitching to follow after crazy win over Mets appeared first on Giants Extra.
San Jose Mercury News Aug 19, 2016
Pitcher's home run in the fourth helped his cause
Newark Star-Ledger Aug 19, 2016
Ruggiano hit his second career grand slam in his first game since coming off the disabled list.
Giants Extra | San Jose Mercury News Aug 18, 2016
Put all your troubles woe aside and revel in tonight's pitching matchup, Madison Bumgarner vs. Jacob deGrom. The ghost of Cy Young will be watching. Here's the Giants' lineup, and this should be familiar by now: CF Span, LF Pagan,… Continue Reading → The post Bumgarner vs. deGrom, and Jay Bruce comes back for more appeared first on Giants Extra.
San Francisco Chronicle Aug 17, 2016
Giants hope to dull the pain on Nova-Cain day, plus lineups If you’ve thought of a Giants game as a trip to the dentist the past month, Wednesday is your day because it’s Nova-Cain Day. Wish it was. Ivan Nova, who shut the Giants down for seven innings when he was a Yankee last month, faces Matt Cain, coming off a loss to the Orioles in which he allowed a career-high-tying 10 hits. If the Giants win, Cain will started four of the Giants’ 10 victories since the break. Buster Posey is catching the day game after a night game despite his back issue. Madison Bumgarner is...
Giants Extra | San Jose Mercury News Aug 14, 2016
In for Baggs ... It's rather amazing that a pitcher could go more than a month without winning a game -- and his team not any games he pitches over five consecutive starts -- and still be in the hunt… Continue Reading → The post Who's the N.L. Cy Young favorite? It might be Bumgarner appeared first on Giants Extra.
San Jose Mercury News Aug 14, 2016
Denard Span drove in four runs to back Bumgarner in the 6-2 victory.
MASN Sports Aug 13, 2016
O's game blog: Manny Machado is batting .326 with four homers and 11 RBIs this month
CSN Baltimore Aug 13, 2016
Stream the first game of the season here.
Newark Star-Ledger Aug 9, 2016
New York is 57-54 headed into Tuesday
McCovey Chronicles Aug 8, 2016
Leo Rojas had two career HRs since being draft in 2012. Now he has more! Digressing from the Minors for just one moment, but this is a pretty damn depressing stat: The Giants are 9-5 all-time when Madison Bumgarner throws a CG. By comparison, the Dodgers are 23-1 all-time when Clayton Kershaw has a CG — ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) August 7, 2016 Well, on the brighter side, this terrific Chris Denorfia catch last night did give me flashbacks to a certain Aubrey Huff liner and happier times: HIGHLIGHTS: Ramiro Pena doubled and HRd; Chris Shaw doubled and HRd; Manuel Geraldo...
CSN Baltimore Aug 7, 2016
The Nationals got only two hits on Sunday, but that was all they would need as Tanner Roark out-duels Madison Bumgarner for the 1-0 win.
McCovey Chronicles Aug 7, 2016
Madison Bumgarner pitched a brilliant complete game, and the Giants had nine at-bats with runners in scoring position. Guess how that went! A time-traveler shows up at your front door. He tells you that Madison Bumgarner is about to throw a two-hit complete game. Before you can yell at him about spoilers, he disappears in a puff of temporal fog. If this had happened before any of Bumgarner’s first 200 career starts, you would have been excited to watch the game. A little concerned that someone used the power of time travel to get you excited about something you were going to watch anyway,...
San Francisco Chronicle Aug 7, 2016
Wilson Ramos hit one 386 feet and bowed his head thinking he had flied out only to see the ball reach the right-field seats for the run the Nationals needed to win 1-0. If that is not Giants baseball since the All-Star break, what is? Madison Bumgarner could not have done more to win Sunday short of climbing the fence to bat Ramos' seventh-inning drive back onto the field. Somehow, despite failing to win any of their seven series since the break, the Giants remain atop the tepid National League West. Honestly, who would wager they will stay there unless they start scoring runs for their...