Andrew Baggarly

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The Giants played a relatively clean nine innings on Wednesday, slipping back into first place. So, things aren't so bad after all.
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The Giants finally got the bats going, tagging A's starter Jason Hammel for three runs in a 5-2 win to claim their first victory of the Bay Bridge series.
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Marco Scutaro may not be the game-changer the Giants need. But barring unforeseen circumstances, they plan to find out what he has left.
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It wasn’t umpire Angel Hernandez and his disputed calls that made the difference in the Giants 6-1 loss to the A’s at the Coliseum.
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The Giants were 0-for-9 with runners in scoring position while the A's capitalized with four runs in the fourth as SF lost 6-1 in Oakland.
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The gap between the Giants and A's has become evident. The former is lacking in organizational depth, while the latter is flush with it.
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Ryan Vogelsong couldn't keep the Giants' momentum going, yielding three runs in 5.1 innings as the A's won 5-0 on Monday night.
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Pablo Sandoval is still bothered by an injury to his left elbow and his availability for the first of four games with the A's is in doubt.
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The Giants restored their confidence against the Padres, but repairs will need to be complete as they look to face their crosstown rival.
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Hunter Pence and Madison Bumgarner graciously accepted invites to the 2014 All-Star game, but it won't be the same without their teammates.
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Buster Posey was not selected to his third consecutive All-Star Game, but the Giants will send two representatives to the Midsummer Classic.
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Brandon Belt and Hunter Pence led the charge for the offense to give Tim Lincecum the run support for the Giants 5-3 win over the Padres.
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Bruce Bochy is hoping Pablo Sandoval will be ready for the Bay Bridge Series opener on Monday; the Giants may have three players named to the All-Star Game...
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The Giants did everything short of giving out pompoms to energize the team, but sometimes the unchoreographed moments are the sweetest.
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Pablo Sandoval had X-rays that ruled out a fracture when he was hit by a pitch on the left elbow in the first inning Saturday night.

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