The 2010 San Francisco Giants won the World Series on the strength of their excellent home-grown starting pitching, lights-out bullpen and clutch (if not overwhelming) offense.
This year, as the champs do their best to stage a repeat, they’re going to have to step it up even further, facing the likes of the Phillies Big . . . → Read More: 2011 San Francisco Giants: 5 Unexpectedly Good Performances by Giants Players
Episode 25: We’re Going Streaking! is out!
In the twenty-fifth episode, Thomas and Danny talk about the glorious homestand and six-game win streak, the crowded outfield, Jonathan Sanchez’s fastball, some injury updates, and do a test of skill between the two hosts.
Check it out on iTunes, or on the . . . → Read More: Episode 25: We’re Going Streaking!
Episode 24: Big Willie Mays Style is out!
In the twenty-fourth episode, Thomas and Danny talk injuries, Mike Fontenot’s surprising hot streak, Tweety Vogelsong’s mortality, and some amazing pitching from around the league. Also, some age-related, patriotic trivia.
Check it out on iTunes, or on the RSS feed, . . . → Read More: Episode 24: Big Willie Mays Style
Oh, childlike innocence.
Episode 23: This Team Snow Good is out!
In the twenty-third episode, Thomas and Danny chat with Britt and Maiya, the writers behind Snow Woulda Had It, about the stone-cold offense, the great pitching, their love of J.T. Snow, and what we could hope to see from the Giants . . . → Read More: Episode 23: This Team Snow Good
There's a reason pandas are so easily found in the wild.
Imagine for a moment that you’re a fan of the Washington Nationals.
You’re an 11-12 team, and you’re starting to get pretty disappointed by your team’s long-term, big-money investment in Jayson Werth, who even without his caveman beard is batting a scant . . . → Read More: Frustrations and Schadenfreude