Andrew Baggarly

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Tim Hudson's eight strong innings and Buster Posey's walk-off bomb all added up to a big win for Bruce Bochy and the Giants.
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After Santiago Casilla blew the save, Buster Posey hit his second career walk-off home run in the ninth to propel the Giants to a 4-2 win.
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Still feeling concussed, Hector Sanchez may be facing an ugly truth about his MLB career; while Brandon Belt celebrates a joyous occasion.
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Madison Bumgarner did not get the perfect game or the no-hitter, but he did give the Giants a backbone and maybe that’s what they needed.
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Madison Bumgarner settled for a one-hit shutout after his perfect game was broken up in the eighth, as the Giants beat the Rockies 3-0.
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Tim Lincecum needed a break from starting, but will the Giants even use him in relief? Insider Andrew Baggarly has some answers.
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An unhappy and frustrated starting pitcher never second-guessed his manager with more finesse and respect than Ryan Vogelsong did following the Giants' loss Sunday.
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Tim Hudson and Jake Peavy were ejected from the Giants' 14-6 loss to the Nationals on Sunday. They didn't see it coming...
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The Giants led 6-2 in the sixth, but Jeremy Affeldt surrendered four runs without recording an out, and the Giants ultimately fell to the Nationals.
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Hunter Pence practices swinging at pitches nearly over his head? Of course he does. It was a former Giant who inspired Pence to change his preparation.
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Pablo Sandoval made it nearly three-quarters of the way to the major league record of 99 consecutive error-free games at third base...
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Following Tim Lincecum's six-run, four-walk outing over 2 2/3 innings to the Nats, Bruce Bochy is seriously contemplating banishing him to the bullpen.
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Yusmeiro Petit missed out on a perfect game last season, but the Giants' long man is in the midst of a historic spotless streak.
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After the second shortest start of Tim Lincecum's career, Bruce Bochy addressed whether the righty still had a spot in the Giants' rotation.
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Tim Lincecum surrendered six runs in 2.2 innings for his second shortest start of his career, as the Giants fell to the Nationals 6-2.

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  W: T. Hudson (3-4)   L: M. Foltynewicz (3-2)   S: S. Casilla (15)
  Atl HR: F. Freeman (6)
  SF HR: B. Posey (8)
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