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Matt Holliday on Matt Cain plunking him in the NLCS : “it was less than tough”
So much arguing about awards and trades and things today. Let’s go back to some baseball. Specifically, Game 1 of the NLCS when Matt Holliday took out Marco Scutaro at second base with a sketchy-at-best slide. Holliday admitted at the time he made
The Giants are optimistic about signing Marco Scutaro
the Giants are “optimistic” about re-signing Marco Scutaro and believes that a two-year deal will soon be done. The NLCS MVP fits best with the Giants, by a long shot. They have a second base slot and won’t be tempted to try to give him time
Three months ago Marco Scutaro was playing poorly on a last-place team
Marco Scutaro hit .362 in 61 regular season games for the Giants, was named MVP of the NLCS , and delivered the World Series-winning hit in Game 4 last night. It was one helluva stint in San Francisco for the 37-year
Series clincher Matt Cain now gets to go for the big one
Matt Cain started and won Game 5 of the NLDS against the Reds. He got the ball again in Game 7 of the NLCS versus the Cardinals. Now he’ll try to close out a third straight series for the Giants in Game 4 of the World Series on Sunday evening. That Cain had to wait...
Sergio Romo hasn’t allowed a hit since Game 5 of NLCS
Giants right-hander Sergio Romo had a dominant regular season, posting a fantastic 1.79 ERA, 0.85 WHIP and 63/10 K/BB ratio across 55 1/3 innings. And he’s been even better in these 2012 playoffs. Romo blew through three straight batters in Saturday night’s World Series Game 3 victory over the ...
Will the Giants get the good or bad Madison Bumgarner in Game 2 tonight?
Madison Bumgarner was bumped from the Giants’ rotation in the NLCS after back-to-back poor playoff starts in which he failed to make it out of the fifth inning, but manager Bruce Bochy is putting
Pablo Sandoval goes deep again, Giants up 4-0 in Game 1
force throughout this 2012 postseason. But now he is getting hammered. Giants second baseman Marco Scutaro, the MVP of the NLCS against the Cardinals, drove in Angel Pagan with a single up the middle in the bottom of the first inning, then Pablo Sandoval