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The last time the Royals played host to the Giants, Pence really did think that he was in Kansas. Well, he was close.
Game 3 of the National League Championship Series went into extra innings Tuesday before Cardinals reliever Randy Choate — soon-to-be related to Randy “Choke” jokes – threw a fielded bunt wide of first base, allowing Brandon Crawford to score to win the game for San Francisco. It’s just like every little boy in Little League imagined it!
The Sign Wars move to the NLCS. This conflict could last years, and cost the lives of thousands of trees.
Hunter Pence Gives Us The Jordan Tongue While Crashing Into The Wall To Make An Outrageous Game-Saving Catch
If the Giants win another World Series, they may have to build a statue to honor Hunter Pence. Not for his amazing/goofy catch to save a potential triple and to maintain a one-run lead in the sixth inning of Game 4 of the NLDS against the Nationals, but at least for his face/tongue during and after the grab.
The Giants clinched a playoff berth last night thanks to a Brewers loss, setting off one of those patented insane champagne-filled clubhouse celebrations that look so fun. Then CSN Bay Area made the curious decision of turning the camera over to Hunter Pence.
Over the weekend, Mets fans started a movement. That movement has moved west.
RotoExperts’ Mike Cardano gets no respect. As a kid, his bath toys were a toaster and radio. He comes from a real tough neighborhood: one day he put his hand in some wet cement, and felt another hand. Hunter Pence also gets no respect. Cardano calls him the Rodney Dangerfield of baseball, because he’s often overlooked by fantasy owners despite very strong numbers.
Those San Francisco Giants are just so damn zany. Lest you forgot, the reigning World Series champs are full of eccentric characters, like the freaky franchise Tim Lincecum and the Reverend Hunter Pence. Here they are, doing their best impressions of each other.
Things didn’t look good for the San Francisco Giants last night, being down 0-2 and playing on the road and all. But then Hunter Pence gave the type of speech that makes you want to run through a brick wall, and suddenly, they’ve got a puncher’s chance in their NLDS series with the Reds. The speech, after the jump.