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Dusty Baker

Dusty Baker’s Giants let the 2002 World Series slip away and his Cubs team collapsed in the 2003 NLCS. The Giants rebounded just fine. Is it now time for the Cubs? Like many people, I like to begin my day at Starbucks. I know all the locations near my home in Chicago, but when I’m away on vacation, it’s never very hard to find a More...

by R. Lincoln Harris | Published 3 years ago

San Francisco Giants 2015 preview
By Mike Lovett On Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

San Francisco Giants 2015 preview: Pattern holds, no World Series this year

Postseason hero Madison Bumgarner has high expectations and a heavy load to carry in 2015. (Mark J. Rebilas/USA TODAY Sports) It’s an odd year, so San Francisco Giants fans can save themselves the stress. They’re not More...

Pablo Sandoval
By Steve Randel On Friday, October 31st, 2014

New deal for Pablo Sandoval a Giant priority

The San Francisco Giants would be wise to re-sign Pablo Sandoval. (Brad Mangin/MLB) I’m not going to lie about it. Like many folks who have a soft spot for the underdog, I was rooting for the Kansas City More...

Madison Bumgarner
By R. Lincoln Harris On Thursday, October 30th, 2014

In the end, Royals couldn’t beat The Man

Madison Bumgarner single-handedly delivered the World Series to San Francisco. (Jamie Squire/Getty Images) Last summer, I watched the World Cup on TV whenever I could. Since I don’t have cable, and the games More...

Madison Bumgarner
By R. Lincoln Harris On Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

Will it be a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World Series finale?

There will be no holding back of Madison Bumgarner in game seven on Wednesday. (Rob Carr/Getty Images) So this is it. Baseball gets a game seven, do-or-die, one-game title fight to settle it all. It’s been More...

By R. Lincoln Harris On Monday, October 27th, 2014

Be glad MLB postseason isn’t a football game

After the Royals got beat for the first time in the MLB postseason, in game one of the World Series, I got to thinking about the difference between how baseball determines its champion vs. how football does. Instead More...

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