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Nori Aoki, Justin Maxwell receive a special surprise after lifting Giants to 11th-inning win over Rockies

Nori Aoki, Justin Maxwell receive a special surprise after lifting Giants to 11th-inning win over Rockies

Pretty much an entirely new game story and angle for next edition, so I'm posting it separately... DENVER – The Kansas City Royals sent over American League championship rings for Nori Aoki and Justin Maxwell a few days ago. So… Continue Reading → 
McCovey Chronicles 4 hours ago

Tim Hudson, Giants sink Rockies in extra innings

The Giants looked doomed. Never tell them the odds. After complaining last night about the expansive outfield and general coorsness of Coors, it's only fair to point out that for eight innings, Coors Field was downright normal. There weren't any weird homers, there weren't any 200-foot bloops that...
Giants Extra | San Jose Mercury News 5 hours ago

Giants blow Hudson's first Coors Field win but squeeze past Rockies in 11th

Running game story... DENVER – There are 30 major league franchises and Tim Hudson has won a regular-season game in 35 different major league ballparks past and present, which speaks to his longevity as well as the ready availability of… Continue Reading → 
Denver Post 4 hours ago

Rockies fall in 11 innings for first loss to Giants this season

Troy Tulowitzki hit his 100th home run in the highland confines of Coors Field on Saturday night.

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Who said what after that zany Giants-Dodgers play at third base

Regarding the controversial ninth-inning play that set up the Giants’ winning run in their 3-2 victory over the Dodgers Wednesday night, here’s what the folks involved said: Don Mattingly: “The third-base coach blocked him. I guess that’s the way I’ve been taught – the third-base coach is not allowed to block the runner from continuing on. It’s obviously interference and they missed the call, basically. I don’t know who was supposed to be watching but they weren’t.” Mattingly on umpires’ explanation: “He didn’t see it. He was watching the play. I don’t know why the...

Don Mattingly upset about non-call in Dodgers' loss to Giants

In the wake of the Dodgers’ walk-off 3-2 loss to the San Francisco Giants on Wednesday night, Manager Don Mattingly was fuming.

Extra Baggs: Giants and Roberto Kelly catch a huge break in ninth, Bumgarner proud of his record vs. Kershaw, etc.

On the night that Clayton Kershaw and Madison Bumgarner locked horns, and no St. Louis Cardinals were involved in any capacity, let’s have a little discussion about intent. Third base coach Roberto Kelly won’t be contributing his voice, though. He… Continue Reading → 
Dodgers unhappy about 'missed call' after latest loss to Giants

Dodgers unhappy about 'missed call' after latest loss to Giants

SAN FRANCISCO – Anyone who followed the San Francisco Giants’ McGyver-esque run to the World Series title last fall is familiar with their ability to piece together offense out of discarded household items. They beat the Dodgers, 3-2, Wednesday...
San Jose Mercury News Apr 23, 2015

Giants beat Dodgers in ninth

Bumgarner, Kershaw both sharp; Panik's sacrifice fly gives Giants a 3-2 win

Panik's sacrifice fly lifts Giants to ninth-inning victory over Dodgers

Running game story... SAN FRANCISCO – The moves came in swift succession. Clayton Kershaw, the reigning National League Cy Young and Most Valuable Player, departed for a pinch hitter in the seventh inning. That batter off the bench, Alex Guerrero,… Continue Reading → 
Final: Dodgers lose to Giants on sacrifice fly in ninth

Final: Dodgers lose to Giants on sacrifice fly in ninth

SAN FRANCISCO - A ninth inning featuring a five-man infield, a hit-by-pitch that took out the catcher and a body block by a third-base coach ended with the San Francisco Giants handing the Dodgers their second consecutive defeat at AT&T Park, 3-2,...

Giants notes: Kershaw didn't get my MVP vote, Vogelsong to start Thursday, Ishikawa has setback

SAN FRANCISCO – First pitch is approaching tonight between Clayton Kershaw and Madison Bumgarner, the best matchup the NL West – heck, maybe all of baseball – can muster. Here's a suggestion: The Giants shouldn’t cue up video of themselves… Continue Reading → 

Early runs and defense excels in a strong Giants victory

The Giants are approaching this series with the Los Angeles Dodgers aiming to place the appropriate importance on these games. A team that's ridden the ups and downs of championship seasons knows not to overreact to poor play early in… Continue Reading → 
Final: Giants snap Dodgers' win streak with well-placed offense

Final: Giants snap Dodgers' win streak with well-placed offense

SAN FRANCISCO – Brett Anderson must have felt like he was in danger of bleeding out from a series of paper cuts. One of the least offensive teams in baseball’s opening two weeks (2.6 runs per game), the San Francisco Giants used an assortment of...
San Jose Mercury News Apr 22, 2015

San Francisco Giants rediscover offense, beat Los Angeles Dodgers

Solid pitching from Tim Lincecum and a six-run offense put the Giants back in the win column, snap Dodgers' winning streak.

San Francisco Giants snap Dodgers' seven-game winning streak, 6-2

Maybe the Giants were just waiting for the Dodgers to arrive to tap into their World Series mojo.

Big nights from Maxwell and Lincecum pace Giants as they take first game from rival Dodgers

Here's my running game story from tonight... SAN FRANCISCO -- Perhaps, all the Giants needed was a visit from their hated rivals. The struggling defending champions discovered some offense, received good starting pitching from Tim Lincecum and earned their second… Continue Reading → 
Final: Giants snap Dodgers' win streak with well-placed offense

Final: Giants snap Dodgers' win streak with well-placed offense

SAN FRANCISCO -- Brett Anderson must have felt like he was in danger of bleeding out from a series of paper cuts. The San Francisco Giants used an assortment of bleeders, broken bats and the Dodgers’ own blunders to fuel most of their offense in a...

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  • 3 Tim Hudson

    Tim Hudson

    Tim Hudson, Giants sink Rockies in extra innings

  • 2 Nori Aoki

    Nori Aoki

    Nori Aoki, Justin Maxwell receive a special surprise after lifting Giants to 11th-inning win over Rockies

  • 1 Justin Maxwell

    Justin Maxwell

    Maxwell knocks in the winning run, but McGehee and Vogelsong might have gained the most as Giants complete sweep over Dodgers

  • Madison Bumgarner

    Madison Bumgarner

    SF Giants raffling off a 2014 World Series ring

  • Jake Peavy

    Jake Peavy

    Giants notes: Peavy to disabled list, Susac recalled, Kershaw-Bumgarner matchup awaits

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