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Fri, 17 Aug 2012|

Brodie Brazil has your Wendy's Morning Minute for Friday, August 17.

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-- -- The area dot com. Happy Friday everybody Brodie Brazil here reading the prompt -- for your morning minute -- the Giants have made a pair of roster moves in preparation for their series opener. Tonight against the Padres outfielder Justin Christian. And pitcher Eric hacker will both join the team in San Diego both had spent time with the big league club. The season meanwhile in the east -- actually we should say out in the midwest the Jays avoided a sweep in Kansas City. But they train nothing went on Thursday night Coco Crisp and you guys sense that it's. If swing -- the story of the game was -- games trailing 23 year old allowed just three hits over six and at third today earned his first. Career Major League win. Feel really good you know go out there -- not just compete especially after the way. This last time -- come out tonight and and get six and was six in the third solid in the feel like you know. None of that stuff that has kept pitching and and we are making great plays back there behind. You already know the drill what we would love to have you check out sports net central tonight at six and 1030 we will undercover. Of course hasn't mentioned the Giants in San Diego the news back home hosting the Indians. And the Raiders continuing their pre season schedule in Arizona until tonight on Comcast sports net Bay Area we will see you there. That was the windy this morning that. -- CSN Bay Area dot com.

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  1. him the extra day of rest just like the other pitchers are gonna get. He's a good thing it's a long year and aside from hacker made one start making one start you in April didn't go over the same five guys all year long it's really. Not very often

  2. together coming together as a unit you know George contest really fallen in line and everybody else it simply coming on board from hacker to the next the next guy penny you know everybody's following suit and it's really been great it's were kind of learning

  3. that good in house that there really was good that Colin it. When he's just thrown the ball he may not know he's not real hacker but in the two minute when he has to run I mean he looks good so. I guess that take away from the offseason was. That Alex

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