Everybody predicted that Game One of the 2010 World Series would be one for the record books. Two-time Cy Young Award Winner Tim Lincecum was going up against Cliff Lee, a man eight feet tall with flaming red hair, with an arm made mostly of titanium who had yet to give up a run in . . . → Read More: POSTGAME RECAP: Django Uncained
GiantsPod breaks Giants pitchers with bad ERAs. When Danny and I went to Fresno for a little Central Valley action in 2011, we saw Barry Zito take a bad spill off the mound and injure his foot. Now Ryan Vogelsong is broken. Worst of all, Vogey was having by far his best game . . . → Read More: POSTGAME RECAP: Vogelsong breaks hand amid best outing; offense comes alive
It’s hard to understand what motivates a team to do well. Some say fame. Some say fortune. Some, like Albert Pujols or Prince Fielder, have their own supernatural determination driving them.
Any player and any team can hit and hit well in a given day. However true excellence comes from the ability to do the . . . → Read More: Tim Lincecum Records 1000th Career Strikeout as Giants Come from Behind…Again