News flash: Hunter Pence is having a hell of a year. Coming off an offseason where the consensus said that Pence was being criminally overpaid, he’s doing a great job of providing power and speed and, at times, keeping the Giants offense afloat. Pence “only” got two hits tonight, but his really amazing strength of . . . → Read More: Postgame Wrap: Paul Goldschmidt, In His Infinite Mercy, Lets Giants Win a Game
Matt Cain is broken. Matt Cain is not broken. Matt Cain is broken from the stretch. Matt Cain can’t pitch with runners on base.
Matt Cain would like you to listen very carefully right now. There is nothing wrong with him.
I know this season has been hard to watch, and I understand if it’s hard . . . → Read More: Postgame Wrap: Matt Cain Gets Timmy’d
Revenge is a dish best served at 61 degrees, partly cloudy.
After the shellacking that the Giants received in Toronto, this series had to start off the right way. The Giants fell in Toronto due to awful defense, poor pitching, and some R.A. Dickulously terrible hitting. Today, the Blue Jays lost because they couldn’t field . . . → Read More: Postgame Wrap: Timmy Baffles, Torres Avenges