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Reports: Former Giants reliever traded to White Sox

Sat, 22 Jul 2017 02:34:33 GMT

SAN FRANCISCO — At some point over the last month, the Giants quietly stopped playing “Don’t Stop Believin’” in the late innings of games they trail.  It’s unclear exactly when it started, or who made the decision. A number of team employees, surveyed over the past week, had noticed. But nobody knew the exact details. Perhaps the longtime staple of AT&T Park was shelved on July 9, when FanGraphs dropped the playoff odds to 0.00 percent for the first time in a lost season. Maybe it was during a bad loss before that or a bad loss after that. You can take your pick. This season has been filled with so many of them it’s hard to keep track.  Friday’s stood out, in part because this was the kind of

Giants sign Pablo Sandoval to minor league deal

Sat, 22 Jul 2017 18:50:01 GMT

SAN FRANCISCO -- With All-Star catcher Buster Posey getting a break after logging nearly five hours behind the plate a day earlier, San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy knew he would have to lean heavily on Nick Hundley. With one swing in the 12th inning, Hundley provided the Giants with far more than they expected from the veteran backup. Hundley singled in Kelby Tomlinson with two outs in the 12th, lifting San Francisco to a 5-4 victory over the San Diego Padres on Saturday. It was Hundley's fifth game-ending hit of his career and his first since July 11, 2014, with Baltimore. It came after Kevin Quackenbush tried to fool him with back-to-back curveballs. "The first one was a little too

Giants lineup: Panik hitting third, Posey has the day off vs Padres

Sat, 22 Jul 2017 18:25:46 GMT

SAN FRANCISCO — Three years after departing for what he thought would be a better fit, Pablo Sandoval has returned.  The third baseman, a key cog in the dynasty the Giants built earlier this decade, re-signed with the organization on a minor league deal on Saturday morning. Sandoval will join Class-A San Jose immediately and move on to Triple-A Sacramento on Tuesday. He was in the AT&T Park clubhouse on Saturday to take a physical.  Sandoval, now 30 years old, spent the first seven years of his career in San Francisco, batting .294 with 106 homers amid battles with his weight and inconsistency. The Giants never quite got on the same page with Sandoval when it came to his conditioning, and he

Giants can’t complete comeback vs. Padres, fall to their worst record through 98 games

Sat, 22 Jul 2017 07:07:56 GMT

SAN FRANCISCO – Giants manager Bruce Bochy told reporters something interesting during his afternoon session on Friday: He goes back to his office after every game and reviews each pitch and play in a condensed version prepared by the team’s video analysts. Even in this lost season, Bochy hasn’t shirked those duties. After Friday’s unspeakably ugly 12-9, 11-inning loss to the San Diego Padres, can we recommend that he open a bottle of cabernet and listen to some Waylon Jennings, instead? Try as the Padres might to tank this season, they keep underestimating the Giants’ knack for futility. Only a masochist would wish to review the absurd and slow-paced theater that played out Friday night – even