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  • From the Cubicle: Cubs-Giants

    From the Cubicle: Cubs-Giants
    Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning There was a very interesting story in last week's Sports Illustrated by Tom Verducci about Giants ace Tim Lincecum. It's a long piece that delves deeply into pitching mechanics and is worth reading, but...
  • Giants Pitcher Throws First No-No of the Season

    Giants Pitcher Throws First No-No of the Season
    Jonathan Sanchez, an unlikely candidate, pitched the majors' first no-hitter this season Friday night, dominating the San Diego Padres with an array of pitches in the San Francisco Giants' 8-0 victory. The 26-year-old left-hander returned to the rotation...
  • Dodgers Find the Win Column Against Giants

    Dodgers Find the Win Column Against Giants
    Reporting from San Francisco -- On a night when Chad Billingsley was scratched from his next start, Hiroki Kuroda delivered 6 1/3 innings of one-run ball. On a night when the offense continued to search for its rhythm, Matt Kemp delivered a bases-...
  • Bay City Rollers?

     
    Not a bad little homestand for the Mets, who took Willie Randolph's head off the chopping block by going 5-2 after his "skull session" (a Randolph term) with the Wilpons a week ago today. Whatever you want to call that......
  • Gameday Live 58: Mets at Giants

     
    Hey everyone, Chris Mascaro here to bring you all of the live game action, as the Mets (29-28) trot out John Maine (5-4, 3.66 ERA) in the rubber game in San Francisco. They'll head south to San Diego after this......
  • Martinez shines: Mets 9, Giants 6

     
    BY DAVID LENNON SAN FRANCISCO ??? Super Tuesday, indeed. Pedro Martinez, in his return from the disabled list, was forced to share the New York marquee with the Yankees??? Joba Chamberlain on Tuesday because of the impact both pitchers were......
  • So, who's on deck?

     
    Regis Courtemanche of Metsblog.com is our guest blogger for today. After a whirlwind week at the winter meetings, highlighted by the acquisition of K-Rod and J.J. Putz, the buzz around the team's acquisitions has certainly slowed down. Other than Derek......
  • How far has Napoli fallen?

     
    It was no secret to anyone who covered the Angels in Mike Napoli's first few years with the club. He was Mike Scioscia's "guy." He was young, Italian and a stocky catcher with an easy smile, not unlike a certain......
  • Anxiety in San Francisco

     
    The news that free-agent returnee Freddy Sanchez will miss at least part of the 2010 season for the San Francisco Giants with a bum shoulder has only fed the unease among fans of our statemates to the north (or. if......
  • Red Sox pitcher John Lackey wonders why Angels didn't take one for the team

     
    Not that John Lackey is bitter, because the Angels "definitely made a run to try to keep me, for sure," he said, but the former Angels ace, who will start against his old teammates in Fenway Park on Wednesday night,......
  • Question of the day: Who is the most overrated hitter in baseball?

     
    Reporters from around the Tribune family tackle the question of the day, then you get a chance to chime in and tell them why they are wrong. Phil Rogers, Chicago Tribune What’s the definition of “most overrated?’’ You could look......
  • Adam Dunn, Hank Blalock among options for Angels

     
    The Angels have some interest in corner infielder Hank Blalock, who was designated for assignment on Tuesday by the Tampa Bay Rays, but the left-handed-hitting veteran does not appear to be at the top of the team's target list with......