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Wrigley Field fails nature’s #IceBucketChallenge

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Th calm before the storm Tuesday night at Wrigley Field. (R. Lincoln Harris) The Cubs and Giants opened a series last night at Wrigley Field. There were a few scattered clouds in the sky before game time, but overall, it felt like a beautiful night for a ball game. After completing the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge outside the ballpark before the game, More...

by R. Lincoln Harris | Published 2 months ago

Injuries most likely prevented Ken Griffey, Jr., from appearing in the top 10. (Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)
By Mike Viso On Sunday, July 13th, 2014
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Baseball greats who returned home

Griffey returned home as well, who else did in MLB? In case you were studying with Buddhist Monks or in a coma — which I’m sure some of this would have seeped into your subconscious — LeBron James was a free More...

Don Larsen
By Matthew Orso On Tuesday, April 8th, 2014
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Don Larsen: Not perfect in ’62, but key contributor to Giants postseason run

Don Larsen is best known for his perfect game with the Yankees in the 1956 World Series. But his contributions in 1962 were critical during the San Francisco Giants’ postseason run. Don Larsen will forever More...

San Francisco Giants preview
By Mike Lovett On Wednesday, March 19th, 2014
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San Francisco Giants preview: World Series contenders … right?

Tim Hudson is a welcome addition to Buster Posey and the Giants pitching staff. (Rick Scuteri/USA TODAY Sports) Looking at a 76-86 campaign in 2013, it’s hard to believe the San Francisco Giants were in the midst More...

Kyle Crick
By Chris Moran On Wednesday, November 13th, 2013
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Arizona Fall League prospect: Kyle Crick

Power-pitcher prospect Kyle Crick is working on consistency in the AFL. (Ken Weisenberger/MiLB.com) Right-handed pitcher Kyle Crick was taken 49th overall in the 2011 MLB draft. The San Francisco Giants went More...

The great PETCO Park in downtown San Diego
By Zach Herman On Friday, November 1st, 2013
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Why the West Coast fan gets no love

The great PETCO Park in downtown San Diego. When I first moved to San Diego in 2008, I felt the same way most people around the country felt about West Coast baseball. I figured a West Coast fan was someone who More...


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