Archive for June, 2012

Bumgarner & Co. Making Giant Statement

Just a pinch over a fortnight ago we all popped champagne bottles because this happened. That was fun. We should do that again sometime. I digress…

On a night dominated by the NBA Draft, something equally awesome occurred at 3rd & King for the San Francisco Giants. Fresh off of sweeping skunking the Los Angeles Dodgers in shutout fashion, Madison Bumgarner took the hill and spun a gem against a potent Cincinnati Reds lineup:

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‘The Little Tank That Could’ Looking to Draft Basketball Jones

During their 2011-2012 season, the Golden State Warriors might not have bought into a quality defensive team effort but they did manage to execute Operation Tank to near perfection. Outside of a hiccup win against the Kevin Love and Ricky Rubio-less Minnesota Timberwolves, the Dubs really poured on the losses at the end of the season. Sitting at a pedestrian 18-21 on March 14th, the Warriors dropped 22 of their final 27 games to help accomplish their ultimate goal: retain their Top-7 protected 1st Round draft pick owned by the Utah Jazz.

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The Texas Cainsaw Massacre

There’s something indescribably romantic about baseball. And Tony Bennett. Even if you go see the Houston Lastros take on the offensively challenged San Francisco Giants, you just might see something you can tell your grandchildren about. And tonight that happened in the form of Matt Cain: the class of the San Francisco Giants organization.

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