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Zack Greinke tossed a four-hit beauty Saturday night, as the Dodgers offense scored 17 runs off 24 hits in a demolition of the Giants at AT&T.
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Travis Ishikawa never expected to be back with the Giants, let alone to become a key contributor at first base and at the plate.
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The Giants were the superior team Friday night, bringing the deeper and more potent offense. And they won't lay down for the Dodgers.
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Madison Bumgarner's milestone night included nine strikeouts, and the Giants offense exploded in a 9-0 rout over the Dodgers at AT&T Park.
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Following a positive assessment from concussion specialist, Giants' Brandon Belt is feeling more like his old self and hopes to return soon.
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Throwing a nine-inning complete game on just 84 pitches, Yusmeiro Petit continues to astound as he directs his focus to his next target.
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Yusmeiro Petit threw an 84-pitch complete game as he allowed four hits and struck out nine to help the Giants beat the D'backs 5-1.
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Still recovering from a concussion, Brandon Belt is showing signs of progress and is hopeful he will return as early as September.
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The Giants' 2015 schedule was released on Monday and the schedule-makers didn't do the team any favors in the dog days of August.
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The Giants are headed home - without a sweep of the Tigers in-hand - to begin a stretch-run against nothing but NL West opponents.
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Tim Hudson allowed three runs in the third inning and the Giants offense couldn't respond as the Tigers went on to win 6-1 on Sunday night.
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Brandon Belt was cleared to resume baseball activities this week, exactly one month after a recurrence of concussion symptoms sent him back to the disabled list.
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For the first time in 148 career appearances, Madison Bumgarner didn’t record one strikeout yet learned to compete without his best stuff.
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The game may have gone the Giants way, but the Sergio Romo-Miguel Cabrera confrontation did not. And Romo doesn't want to talk about.
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The Giants struck for four first-inning runs, but needed Buster Posey's solo blast in the fifth to secure their second win in Detroit.

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