For the second consecutive game at Dodger Stadium, the Giants out-pitched and out-hit the best team money can’t buy, beating the Dodgers 6-2 for their third consecutive win. With the victory, the Giants have now beaten the Dodgers in five straight games, and nine times out of eleven this season, and trail the Dodgers by … Continue reading Huddy’s strong effort, Giants’ power, beat L.A.
Buster Posey crushed his third career grand slam on a high, hanging curve ball in the third inning and the Giants never looked back, beating the Dodgers 9-5 to take the first game of the series on Friday night at Dodger Stadium. With the win, the Giants have now beat the Dodgers in 8 of … Continue reading Buster slams the door on Dodgers, G-men beat L.A.
The Giants completed the improbable yesterday, sweeping the first place, best in the west, Dodgers in shutout fashion, 4-0, as Madison Bumgarner once again out-dueled rival ace Clayton Kershaw. With the victory, the G-men achieved several impressive accomplishments, and put an exclamation point on this young season: The Giants have now won six straight and … Continue reading MadBum, Giants SWEEP L.A. (again)
For the second consecutive night, the Giants shut out the Dodgers at AT&T Park, this time in a thick fog and drizzle. The Dodgers didn’t know what to do with the perfect San Francisco weather, or Tim Lincecum’s artful pitching. With the victory, the Giants moved to within two-and-a-half games of the first place Dodgers … Continue reading G-men shut out Dodgers AGAIN in 4-0 win
After scoring 30 runs in their previous three games (all victories) in Cincinnati, the G-men got back to Giants baseball at AT&T Park last night, shutting out the Dodgers 2-0 in game one of this three game series. The Giants scored first for the seventh consecutive game, and have now won four straight. They’ve also … Continue reading Giants shut out Dodgers behind Huddy, Posey
The Los Angeles Dodgers are in town, the first place Dodgers, the best team money can’t buy. And that means just one thing: prepare yourself for three torture-filled games of entertainment at AT & T Park, starting tonight. The last time these two teams met in San Francisco, April 21-23, the Giants swept the Dodgers, … Continue reading LA bums arrive: welcome to San Francisco
After last week’s quality start against the Dodgers in San Francisco, there was hope that Ryan Vogelsong was finally putting things together, returning to the form that motivated the Giants to sign him to a new contract in the off-season. However, after three homers allowed in the first inning, and a fourth after three innings, … Continue reading Vogey struggles again, Giants lose 7-3