Tag Archives: San Francisco Giants

HOF Case – Jeff Kent

John Lepore | December 4th, 2018

In the ongoing series focusing on MLB Hall of Fame candidates this year, let’s focus on Jeff Kent. He was one of the best hitting second basemen ever. So what has kept him from getting close to induction?

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National League Top 10 Power Rankings – Labor Day Edition

Bruce Cagle Jr. | September 3rd, 2018

Here we find ourselves already in September. The final month of the season and the playoff race has yet to separate. The NL West is as competitive if not more than last year. The NL East will have some new faces representing them. Not to mention the NL Central is occupying three of the five playoff spots right now.

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Teams That Have a Tough Decision Over the Next Month

John Lepore | July 9th, 2018

One of the toughest decisions a team has to make is if they will be buyers or sellers at the trade deadline. There are many things to consider: The fan base, money issues, prospects and the overall farm system, the chances of winning it all. Here are four teams that will have the big decision to make at the deadline.

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Watching Baseball Fans is Fun Too

Robby Messer | June 26th, 2018

As Harry Caray used to say, “you can’t beat fun at the old ballpark.” That statement rings true whether you’re watching a minor league game or find yourself in the comfort of a major league cathedral. Watching the game is just part of the entertainment, though. The fans can sometimes steal the show, depending on the pace of the game.

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