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Why the Oakland A’s are the Best Sports Story in the Bay Area

Why the Oakland A’s are the Best Sports Story in the Bay Area

The A’s open the playoffs at home on Friday as they will host a familiar foe, the Detroit Tigers.

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Buster Posey Agrees to Huge Extension

Buster Posey Agrees to Huge Extension

He has already had one of the best starts to a career. And now, catcher Buster Posey should be a Giant for life.

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Giants FanFest 2013 Kicks Off Baseball Season at AT&T Park

Giants FanFest 2013 Kicks Off Baseball Season at AT&T Park

The Giants are helping to rid San Francisco of its post-Super Bowl hangover with a  FanFest at AT&T Park featuring players from the team, behind-the-scenes tours and a display of the 2010 and 2012 World Series trophies.

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Giants FanFest 2013 Kicks Off Baseball Season at AT&T Park

Giants FanFest 2013 Kicks Off Baseball Season at AT&T Park

The Giants are helping to rid San Francisco of its post-Super Bowl hangover with a  FanFest at AT&T Park featuring players from the team, behind-the-scenes tours and a display of the 2010 and 2012 World Series trophies.

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Giants Win the Pennant!!

Giants Win the Pennant!!

May have heard the news – the Giants are once again going to the World Series. The team that never says die, has the heart of a champion, team of destiny and all the other cheesy sports sayings is in its second World Series in…

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Amazing Comeback Leaves Giants Fans Breathless

Amazing Comeback Leaves Giants Fans Breathless

Not sure if anyone in San Francisco has any fingernails left after an amazing comeback by the Giants, who defeated the Reds on Thursday 6-4 to advance to the National League Championship Series.

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Video: Matt Cain's Top 10

Video: Matt Cain's Top 10

Mr. Perfect Game was on David Letterman last night for a segment called “Top Ten Things I Want To Achieve Now That I’ve Thrown A Perfect Game”. One thing’s for sure – Matt Cain should stick to pitching.

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Giants-Inspired Cocktails For SF Home Opener

Giants-Inspired Cocktails For SF Home Opener

Just in time for the San Francisco Giants home opener at AT&T Park on Friday, here are a few spots around town that are serving up Giants-themed cocktails for baseball fans.

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Giants Opening Day Cookie Pop-up

Giants Opening Day Cookie Pop-up

The SF Giants officially kick-off their season this Friday with an opener against the Pittsburgh Pirates. To celebrate, the folks at Waterbar are hosting a cookie pop-up with Giants-themed goodies. Best idea ever.

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Giants Sign Sandoval, Lincecum Asks For Near Record Amount

Giants Sign Sandoval, Lincecum Asks For Near Record Amount

It was a busy day for the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday as the team resigned its top slugger while also hearing what top pitcher Tim Lincecum is looking for in terms of salary arbitration.

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The Giants Start Making Moves

The Giants Start Making Moves

This is what happens when you don’t win the World Series. You start making moves to get over the hump. The takeaway: The Giants get a leadoff hitter and give up an inconsistent pitcher.

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San Francisco Giants Break Attendance Mark

San Francisco Giants Break Attendance Mark

The end is near for the 2011 Major League Baseball season and while most San Francisco Giants fan will be plenty disappointed with the results, you can’t tell by attendance numbers this year.

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