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Giants starters regaining their championship form

Great starting pitching was the hallmark of San Francisco's two recent World Series-winning teams and the rotation intends to be competitive again in 2014.

Crowd forms to fill Giants' bullpen jobs

Four relievers already have jobs in the Giants' bullpen, but at least 11 other pitchers have a legitimate chance to secure any of three apparent bullpen vacancies.

Twelve players reassigned to Minor League camp

The Giants began their early-spring housecleaning Thursday by reassigning 12 players to Minor League camp, including right-hander Kyle Crick, the organization's top prospect.

Panda's homer gets Giants' offense going

Pablo Sandoval lined a fifth-inning leadoff home run to snap a scoreless tie, spark a three-run uprising and propel the Giants to a 3-2 victory Thursday over the Cincinnati Reds.

Hudson shows off his strikeout ability

Tim Hudson demonstrated during his three shutout innings Thursday against Cincinnati that he still can record a strikeout when he needs one.

SPRING NOTES: Hudson keeps run going; Bochy thrilled with the...

Tim Hudson jumped right into the mix when the Giants slotted him third in their spring training rotation. He’s looked sharp so far, giving up just two hits in five scoreless innings. It’s been easy at times to forget that… Continue Reading ?

Giants down Reds, Hudson strong again

It's either 2009 or 2010 again. Rejoice! Update to the starting pitchers, other than Yusmeiro Petit, who doesn't count: Giants starters in the Cactus League IP: 20 R: 1 H: 11 BB: 3 K: 12 Tim Hudson tripled the number of walks given up, but that's nitpicking. It's spring, and the statistics don't mean anything. But look at those statistics! It's spring, and the statistics don't mean anything. But look at those statistics! It's spring, and the statistics don't mean anything. But look at

Giants' Heath Hembree struggles to find consistency

San Francisco Giants' Heath Hembree fighting for bullpen spot

Pablo Sandoval, unlikely lightning rod

For some players, there would be an urge to stick around and be a part of the franchise that incubated them. I'm not so sure that's the case with Pablo. Drew Fairservice took a look at Pablo Sandoval over at Getting Blanked. It turns out that Pablo is a free agent after the season -- jeez, Giants, should probably get on that -- and that his new physique and renewed vigor are probably going to make him a bazillionaire. Considering his age and the paucity of next year's free-agent market, I cou

Extending Pablo Sandoval

He's slim, trim, and ready to get paaaaaid A mostly complete list of the premium free-agent hitters on the market next year: Asdrubal Cabrera J.J. Hardy Hanley Ramirez Chase Headley Victor Martinez You might not consider some of those guys to be premium free agents. You would be absolutely correct. But after this tier, there's Brett Gardner, Josh Willingham, and, uh, Nate Schierholtz? And some of these guys, especially Ramirez, will sign extensions before next offseason. If you're looking for

Open GameThread, 3/6

There will be a post coming in just a bit about Pablo Sandoval, so I'm not sure if we need a GameThread for a web-only broadcast. But, well, might as well have one for every broadcast, just to be consistent. Today's #SFGiants lineup: Pagan cf, Pence DH, Belt 1b, Posey c, Sandoval 3b, Kieschnick rf, Perez lf, Hicks 2b, Adrianza ss, Hudson p — San Francisco Giants (@SFGiants) March 6, 2014

Live chat: San Francisco Giants in the Cactus League, Thursday...

Join beat writer Alex Pavlovic as he hosts a live San Francisco Giants chat from Arizona.

SPRING NOTES: Lineups, early cuts and Loe’s Chris Farley moment...

You know what’s the most amazing part of this Tim Lincecum-Kameron Loe photo? That I tweeted it and a bunch of people immediately asked if they switched pants, too. How could anyone possibly think Kameron Loe walks around fitted like… Continue Reading ?

San Francisco Giants Link Dump, 3/6

These Links Will Make You Lose Your Mind, Then Restore Your Faith In Humanity, Then You Will Eat A Sandwich Or Something Y'all don't want me here you just wanna click on links Are You Ready For Some Football?A game of Madden. Brandon Crawford takes the 49ers. Brandon Belt takes the Cowboys. You get to read their banter. It's as magical as you could possibly expect. A bit of 'Moonlight' shines on Giants prospect Derek LawBaggs writes about Giants top relief prospect Derek Law and his dad Jo

Minicozzi’s baseball mantra

Wednesday, March 5 SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Mark Minicozzi’s saga is so multidimensional that it can be chronicled in several ways. One small but illustrative aspect of Minicozzi’s baseball life that I couldn’t wedge into today’s story (http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article/sf/mark-minicozzi-travels-improbable-road-back-to-giants?ymd=20140305&content_id=68768810&vkey=news_sf) was a framed poster he mentioned that hangs on his wall at home. It’s a motivational print called […]

Cain pitches well in Cactus League debut

The monotony has been marvelous for Giants starting pitchers, as Matt Cain sustained the rotation's Cactus League dominance in Wednesday's 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Angels.

Relief candidates shine against Angels

Keep an eye on Jose De Paula. Manager Bruce Bochy and the rest of the Giants' decision-makers say so. De Paula, 26, has made two Cactus League appearances and looked impressive both times. The left-hander was especially dominant in Wednesday's 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Angels.

Giants taking it slow with improving Scutaro

Giants manager Bruce Bochy said that Marco Scutaro, who's recovering from an ailing back, has increased his baseball-related activity. But the second baseman might make his first Cactus League appearance later than sooner.

Minicozzi travels improbable road back to Giants

Many players share Giants Minor Leaguer Mark Minicozzi's passion for baseball. Few have sustained the effort and savored the adventure that Minicozzi, 31, endured to stay in uniform.

SPRING NOTES: De Paula’s quiet push for a spot; Hembree bounces...

It’s unclear if Matt Cain is actually the superstitious type, but he sure does take pleasure in teasing reporters who bring up hot streaks. Today, Cain was asked about the starters giving up just one run and walking one through… Continue Reading ?

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