Andrew Baggarly

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Marco Scutaro's health is one of the few variables preventing the Giants roster from taking full shape as just four spots remain.
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Just once in eight springs as a Giant has Tim Lincecum posted an exhibition ERA under 4.00. This year wasn't one of those springs.
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The bullpen competition is now down to five pitchers, but it wasn't performance that eliminated Dan Runzler and George Kontos Sunday.
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The likelihood of Pablo Sandoval wearing another team's jersey in 2015 appears to be increasing after he turned down an offer from the Giants.
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Even though Marco Scutaro has played all of two innings this spring because of a bad back, the Giants still placed Abreu on release waivers Sunday.
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If the Bruce Bochy is forced to turn to his bench late in a game this season, he might be wise to send Tim Hudson to the plate.
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Tim Hudson has the most wins among active pitchers, but the veteran has never been part of a team that has won a playoff series.
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Kameron Loe was looking forward to helping the Giants win, but without a role in the bullpen, the 6-foot-8 reliever is on the move.
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Bruce Bochy calls it “a 50-50 shot” that Marco Scutaro plays Opening Day, but respect for his veteran could be influencing the manager's generosity.
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Right-hander Yusmeiro Petit brushed off a bad spring, while Sergio Romo showed he still has a wicked slider in the Giants 3-0 win Friday.
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Despite his feel-good story, Mark Minicozzi was a long shot to make the Giants roster. So it’s not like Cinderella lost her slipper on Friday.
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Bruce Bochy again had the unpleasant task of sending his son Brett down to minor league camp. But this time it was easier...on his wallet.
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Despite being considered a top candidate to win a place in the opening-day bullpen, Heath Hembree was optioned to Fresno on Friday.
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Can it be mere coincidence that Tim Lincecum is growing a mustache at the same time he's trying to reinvent himself as a command pitcher who outsmarts hitters?
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There is nothing mediocre about Hector Sanchez’s body art, and there was nothing mediocre about some of the plays he made Wednesday while filling in for Brandon Belt at first base.

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