Episode 63: Schubert Has Cursed.Us is out!
In the sixty-third episode, Thomas and Danny talk with David Schubert of the Curse Of Benitez blog and podcast, about the deals for Ryan Vogelsong and Angel Pagan, the craziness coming from the Oakland front office, the stadium debate in San Jose, and Twitter hilarity.
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The season, the Diamondbacks (Pictured from left to right)
Episode 51: Beane Counters is out!
In the fifty-first episode, Thomas and Danny review the movie Moneyball, talk about the Giants’ slimmest of chances to make the playoffs, talk about their favorite Aaron Sorkin writing, and project the Opening Day 2012 lineup.
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While the San Francisco Giants continue to wage a bitter war for the National League West division, it’s impossible to deny that they have been one of the most exciting teams in recent memory.
Their lack of reliable hitters and excellent starting pitching, along with the league-wide drop in offensive production, have led to a . . . → Read More: San Francisco Giants: The 5 Most Unlikely Wins of 2011
When the A’s and the Giants play… everybody loses.
With the first weekend of Interleague Play, baseball fans around the nation have been enjoying new and classic rivalries, pitting brother against brother in classic Civil War style. At this time of year though, the A’s/Giants matchup makes me cringe.
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Giants win 2-1 over A’s in 10 innings.
In my years as a Giants fanalyst, I’ve been outspoken about one thing above all else: Ryan Vogelsong is not a long-term replacement for Barry Zito. He doesn’t have any sort of track record that would indicate that he can sustain success, and despite Barry Zito’s . . . → Read More: Giants Win Round One of 2011 Bay Bridge Series