As a Padre, Mat Latos infuriated Giants fans with his attitude, his aptitude, and his frustrating lack of a second “T” in his name. Coming into today’s game, Latos had a career ERA of 3.61. His ERA against the Giants? 2.35, including a 1-hitter in 2010.
What makes him so effective against the Giants? It’s . . . → Read More: Postgame Wrap: I Hate ML
I’m not gonna lie to you guys and say I watched all of this game. Danny and I both had to work today and there was no way to get my employer to shut off the 57-inch HD TVs to prevent spoilers. But my DVR skim stops include: The Lincecum-Billingsley collision, the Hector Sanchez dive, . . . → Read More: Postgame Wrap: Giants Sweep Dodgers, Make My Heart Go Broom Broom
Every June 13th in San Francisco will now officially be “Matt Cain Day”. Thank goodness, another dominant start and mayor Ed Lee was about to declare baseball season in San Francisco “Clayton Kershaw Season”. For almost four whole baseball games at AT&T Park, the Giants couldn’t get an earned run past Clayton Kershaw. Melky Cabrera’s . . . → Read More: Postgame Wrap: Giants Blank Dodgers Again, Sniff Division Lead