San Francisco Giants News for March 2, 2014
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Crick, Kickham slated to pitch in 'B' game

Top prospect Kyle Crick likely will appear in Monday morning's "B" game against the Chicago Cubs in Mesa.

Scutaro, Affeldt make progress in spring work

Marco Scutaro increased his baseball-related activity Sunday, leaving manager Bruce Bochy feeling optimistic that the second baseman could begin participating in exhibition games by the end of the week.

Hudson strong in first spring start for Giants

In his first competitive activity as a Giant, Tim Hudson threw two hitless innings Sunday in San Francisco's 5-3 Cactus League triumph over the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Giants defeat Diamondbacks, 5-3

Paul Goldschmidt didn't get a hit. Repeat: Paul Goldschmidt did not get a hit. The last time Tim Hudson pitched in a game before Sunday was July 24, 2013. It's easy to get cynical about spring games and performances not meaning anything, it means something that he's pitching at all. And pitching well, too. Hudson allowed one runner in two innings, though, and that came on his own error. He had to cover first for the first time since his ankle was shattered into a million pieces covering first

Posey, Sanchez spur offense against D-backs

An RBI single by Buster Posey and Hector Sanchez's two-run single highlighted a four-run, fifth-inning uprising Sunday that lifted the San Francisco Giants to a 5-3 Cactus League triumph over the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Tim Hudson survives Giants debut

New San Francisco Giants pitcher Tim Hudson, who suffered a broken ankle while covering first base last year, has to cover the bag twice in his 2014 debut.

SPRING NOTES: Crick, Affeldt set to take mound for the first...

The Giants didn’t hold a grudge over the mishandling of the tarp on Saturday at Cubs Park. The organizations are teaming up to hold a ‘B’ game on Monday morning in Mesa, with the Giants sending — according to the… Continue Reading ?

Hudson: “I’m like an old vintage car, you can’t take me to a...

The Baseball Gods have a sense of humor. Tim Hudson does, too. In his first appearance since a play at first left him with a fractured ankle, Hudson twice had to hustle over on grounders to the right side. He… Continue Reading ?

SPRING NOTES: The time Bonds told a teammate to pretend a baby...

The homie Dan Brown sent this excerpt from his 2001 story about Jalal Leach; it’s pretty timely given the news about Special Hitting Instructor Barry Bonds. Here’s what Dan wrote way back when: Leach’s 11-year odyssey has taken him to… Continue Reading ?

Open GameThread, 3/2

Look, it's the everyday lineup! Well, the everyday lineup In American League ballparks, assuming that Marco Scutaro will never walk again. 1. Angel Pagan - CF 2. Brandon Belt - 1B 3. Buster Posey - C 4. Hunter Pence - RF 5. Pablo Sandoval - 3B 6. Michael Morse - DH 7. Joaquin Arias - 2B 8. Brandon Crawford - SS 9. Juan Perez - LF §. Tim Hudson - P

Sunday’s lineups: Hudson makes his Giants debut

From Sunny Scottsdale, we’ve got Tim Hudson’s debut in orange and black. And it looks like he’s got a real-ish lineup behind him, too. Pagan CF Belt 1B Posey C Pence RF Sandoval 3B Morse DH Arias 2B Crawford SS… Continue Reading ?

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