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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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Longoria, Blach lead resilient Giants past Dodgers 4-2

BY ANTHONY SOSA A clutch three-run home run by Evan Longoria in the bottom of the first inning and a solid start from Ty Blach helped the San Francisco Giants defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2, in front of an electric, sold-out crowd Sunday at AT&T Park. The victory secured …

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Nationals jump the Shark, clobber Giants 15-2 behind Scherzer

BY ANTHONY SOSA A rough outing for San Francisco Giants’ starting pitcher Jeff Samardzija and a strong showing from the Washington Nationals’ offense proved too much for the Giants to complete a series sweep as they lost 15-2 Wednesday at AT&T Park. Despite the loss, the Giants still managed to …

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Giants offense wastes Suarez’s solid debut against D-Backs

BY ANTHONY SOSA With the San Francisco Giants losing Johnny Cueto to the DL due to an ankle injury, manager Bruce Bochy called on rookie left-hander Andrew Suarez to make his Major League debut on Wednesday against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Suarez responded by providing his skipper 5.1 solid innings, allowing …

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Giants Lose Pitching Duel to Kershaw and Dodgers in 10 Innings

BY ANTHONY SOSA After an exhilarating 5 hour and 16 minute, 14-inning affair last night, the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers followed it up with another extra inning game Sunday at AT&T Park. This time the late-inning heroics came for Los Angeles instead as pinch hitter Kyle Farmer …

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