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Cards ride seven strong from Martinez, down Giants 3-2

BY ANTHONY SOSA A strong outing from St. Louis Cardinals’ starting pitcher Carlos Martinez and timely hitting proved too much for the San Francisco Giants to handle as they lost the third game of the series 3-2 Saturday afternoon at AT&T Park. The Giants have now dropped five out of …

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Giants huge sixth inning leads to another series win at home

BY ANTHONY SOSA The San Francisco Giants, backed by a five-run sixth inning outburst and a solid start from Derek Holland, took the rubber match against the Miami Marlins, 6-3, Wednesday at AT&T Park. The Giants have yet to lose any of their last eight home series, winning seven and …

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Belt and Hundley’s clutch homers seal Giants victory against Rox

BY ANTHONY SOSA An explosive seventh inning, which included back-to-back home runs from Brandon Belt and Nick Hundley, capped off an exhilarating, back-and-forth battle that resulted in a 9-5 Giants victory over their division-rival Colorado Rockies Sunday afternoon at AT&T Park. The win earned the Giants a split of the …

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Gorky’s hot glove unable to save MadBum and wilting Giants

BY RYAN LEONG Gorkys Hernandez made the catch of the year for the Giants in the first inning against the Cardinals. Unfortunately, his highlight reel defense was only a sidebar to another loss. In what has been a disappointing season to say the least, the Cardinals won 7-3 on Sunday …

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Scrappy Giants post another winning homestand

BY RYAN LEONG There’s an old cliché that it’s better to be lucky than good. An examination of Wednesday afternoon’s Giants game was a good example of that. San Francisco was 2-for-14 with runners in scoring position and stranded eight runners yet managed to beat the playoff contending Milwaukee Brewers …

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Samardzija stifles Bucs as Giant trade winds swirl

BY RYAN LEONG The Giants have very little to play for with the second worst record in the majors at 40-63. Only the Phillies have fewer wins and they just beat the Giants in a series back in Philadelphia last month. The key number for the Orange and Black is …

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