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San Jose Mercury News 33 mins ago

Giants ace Matt Cain to visit Tommy John specialist Dr. James Andrews

San Francisco Giants right-hander Matt Cain doesn't think he has anything more serious than bone chips in his elbow, but the team recently acquired Jake Peavy and there has been no move to take Cain off the disabled list.
Giants Extra | San Jose Mercury News 16 mins ago

Matt Cain to see Dr. James Andrews, and other less depressing notes

Two more roster moves today for a team that makes one every day now, it seems. Travis Ishikawa — yes, Travis Ishikawa — had his contract purchased from Triple-A Fresno and Juan Perez was called back up. Adam Duvall was… Continue Reading →The post Matt Cain to see Dr. James Andrews, and other...
Grant Brisbee / McCovey Chronicles 1 hour ago

Matt Cain getting second opinion from Dr. James Andrews

Headlines that include the term "second opinion from Dr. James Andrews" usually presage sad, sad headlines. You knew the news wasn't exactly great with Matt Cain if the Giants were willing to trade two prospects for a rental pitcher like Jake Peavy. But you half-expected or hoped that the news wouldn't...
Rotoworld 1 hour ago

Matt Cain scheduled to visit with Dr. Andrews - Matt Cain (S) San Francisco Giants

Matt Cain has scheduled a visit with Dr. James Andrews.

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Sacramento Bee 13 hours ago

Giants blanked by Pirates for fifth consecutive loss

The San Francisco Giants have leaned heavily on Madison Bumgarner in recent weeks, running him out to the mound for the final game of the first half and then the first game of the second half, and riding his eight strong innings last Wednesday in a game delayed 59 minutes by rain.
Sacramento Bee 14 hours ago

Tsuyoshi Wada sharp as Cubs top Rockies, 4-1

With Thursday's 3 p.m. non-waiver trade deadline approaching, the audition continues for Cubs players strengthening their case to stay with the team and those showcasing their skills Monday night in front of teams such as the Mariners, Giants, Blue Jays and Brewers.
POSTGAME NOTES: Giants get shut out for 12th time, and this wasn’t Kershaw on the other side

POSTGAME NOTES: Giants get shut out for 12th time, and this wasn’t Kershaw on the other side

No offense to Vance Worley, but he’s not exactly in the same class as the past four pitchers to shut down this Giants lineup: Cole Hamels, Zack Greinke, Clayton Kershaw and Hyun-Jin Ryu. And yet he fell one pitch short… Continue Reading →The post POSTGAME NOTES: Giants get shut out for 12th time, and this wasn’t Kershaw on the other side appeared first on Giants Extra.
Sacramento Bee 16 hours ago
Giants lose 5th straight, 5-0 to Pirates

Giants lose 5th straight, 5-0 to Pirates

After getting swept in a three-game home series to the Los Angeles Dodgers to fall out of first place in the NL West, the San Francisco Giants turned to their hottest pitcher to help wash away their woes. Pittsburgh Pirates' Andrew McCutchen, right, is congratulated by Brent Morel after McCutchen scored against the San Francisco Giants in the first inning of a baseball game Monday, July 28, 2014, in San Francisco. San Francisco Giants' Madison Bumgarner works against the Pittsburgh Pirates in the first inning of a baseball game Monday, July 28, 2014, in San...
Sacramento Bee 17 hours ago
Worley tosses 4-hitter, Pirates beat Giants 5-0

Worley tosses 4-hitter, Pirates beat Giants 5-0

Vance Worley tossed a four-hitter for his first career shutout, and the Pittsburgh Pirates pounded Madison Bumgarner early in a 5-0 win over the struggling San Francisco Giants on Monday night. Pittsburgh Pirates' Gregory Polanco (25) swings for an RBI sacrifice fly off San Francisco Giants' Madison Bumgarner in the first inning of a baseball game Monday, July 28, 2014, in San Francisco. Pittsburgh Pirates' Vance Worley works against the San Francisco Giants in the first inning of a baseball game Monday, July 28, 2014, in San Francisco. Pittsburgh Pirates' Vance Worley works...
Sacramento Bee 17 hours ago

Recap: San Francisco vs. Pittsburgh

Vance Worley tossed the first shutout of his career as the Pittsburgh Pirates took a 5-0 win over the San Francisco Giants in the opener of a three-game series.
San Jose Mercury News 17 hours ago

Giants blanked by Pirates for fifth consecutive loss

The Pittsburgh Pirates rocked Madison Bumgarner for four runs in the first inning, and Vance Worley shut down the San Francisco Giants, who suffered their fifth loss in a row.
San Francisco Chronicle 18 hours ago

Pirates, Worley hand Giants 5th straight loss

By Steve Kroner With their fifth straight loss, a 5-0 sleeper against Pittsburgh at AT&T Park on Monday night, the Giants fell two games behind the Dodgers in the NL West. That margin represents San Francisco’s largest deficit in the division this season. The way things are going, it’s hard to think two games will remain the largest deficit. The Giants have scored a grand total of five runs in these five losses. On Monday, Sacramento native Vance Worley – who was in Triple-A early last month – limited the Giants to three singles and a Hunter Pence triple in his first career shutout...
San Francisco Chronicle 21 hours ago

Injury updates, Bumgarner goes for No. 13 and Monday’s lineups

Steve Kroner subbing for Henry Schulman for the opener of a three-game series between the Pirates and Giants in China Basin: First, the injury updates: Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Angel Pagan, who has had a back problem, “had a good day today. He’s pretty excited about where he’s at right now.” The plan is for Pagan to go through a full pregame routine with the Giants’ Arizona Rookie League team Tuesday. If all goes well, the team will set a date for him to begin a rehab assignment. First baseman Brandon Belt, dealing with the effects of a concussion, seemed improved, Bochy...
PREGAME NOTES: Belt, Pagan getting closer to action; Sanchez deals with second concussion in four seasons

PREGAME NOTES: Belt, Pagan getting closer to action; Sanchez deals with second concussion in four seasons

You might see a player limp a bit when he has a hamstring pull, or walk around with a sleeve on his arm when his elbow is cranky. It’s hard to tell the severity with those ones, but it’s pretty… Continue Reading →The post PREGAME NOTES: Belt, Pagan getting closer to action; Sanchez deals with second concussion in four seasons appeared first on Giants Extra.

Monday’s lineups: Panik returns

Joe Panik is back. He told me yesterday that he was feeling much better and was pretty much ready to play, and Bruce Bochy said after the game that Dan Uggla would get a day off. I don’t think we’ve… Continue Reading →The post Monday’s lineups: Panik returns appeared first on Giants Extra.
Sacramento Bee Jul 28, 2014

Pittsburgh Pirates (55-49) at San Francisco Giants (57-48), 10:15 p.m. (ET)

The San Francisco Giants will try to avoid losing more ground in the NL West when they open a three-game series with the Pittsburgh Pirates Monday at AT&T Park.
Sacramento Bee Jul 28, 2014

Short-handed Giants swept by Dodgers

Sunday's starting lineups told the story of this series long before the final pitch had been thrown.
Sacramento Bee Jul 28, 2014

Dodgers complete sweep of Giants

In the wake of a three-game sweep at AT&T Park, the Los Angeles Dodgers stand 11/2 games ahead of the San Francisco Giants in the National League West.

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    Giants blanked by Pirates for fifth consecutive loss

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    Giants ace Matt Cain to visit Tommy John specialist Dr. James Andrews

  • 1 Dan Uggla

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    Puig looks good in his new spot in center field

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    Injury updates, Bumgarner goes for No. 13 and Monday’s lineups

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