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San Francisco Giants
Tim Lincecum was still far away from the form he displayed when he won back-to-back Cy Youngs in 2008 and 2009. Sure, it wasn’t as bad as last year, but he still wasn’t anywhere near consistent enough to approach his old self. And then last night happened.
When you’re lying on a gurney in the emergency room, the last thing you expect to see is an NL West pitcher drunkenly fondling you. Yes, even in Las Vegas.
Mets-Giants 16-Inning Fiasco Featured Random Security Guard On The Field During Play; Sleeping, Pajama-Clad Seal Mascot
Just what you want to see in your line of sight while making a play during an MLB game — some security guard Tebowing.
LISTS: Colin Kaepernick’s 87MPH First Pitch At The Giants Game Is Faster Than Several Major Leaguers Best Fastballs
Well, we clocked the T. Rex at 32 miles an hour…
Dear Miami Heat fans: Watch this on an endless loop all night and take notes.
Meanwhile, In McCovey Cove, Mascot Paddleboard Races (Ironically, It’s The Shark That Almost Drowns)
The Washington Nationals have their Presidents’ Race, the Brewers their Sausage Races, and the San Francisco Giants have this: right outside AT&T Park. What it lacks in speed and grace it makes up for in hilarity and wetness.
Made with only the finest rosin and beard clippings. Not really — it’s chocolate, and proceeds go toward enacting immigration reform. What’s better than chocolate and progress?
This is how baseball would look if Border Collies played the game. Video of the exhausting extra-inning come-from-behind inside-the-park walkoff-homerun after-the-jump. Damn, I’m tired just explaining it…
Dude at Giants game catches foul ball while holding baby. Cool? Yes. Unprecedented? Hardly. Here’s our Top Six baby-holding baseball catches. Alert social services and roll video!
Rafael Soriano Says His 4-Year-Old Son Could Have Caught The Ball That Eluded Bryce Harper Against The Giants On Tuesday
Nationals’ closer Rafael Soriano had a rather remarkable (which is to say, stupid) thing to say about the triple he gave up to Gregor Blanco that allowed the Giants to tie the game in the bottom of the ninth on Tuesday. We talk of four-year-olds, triples and broken things, following the jump.