San Francisco Giants

Giants Pitcher Jeff Samardzija Supports Elimination Of Extra Innings, Games Ending In Ties

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By Daniel Wilkins The baseball world has been shaken up and split on the recent rule changes enacted by the gargoyle of a commissioner that is Rob Manfred. You can’t forget that this is just the calm before the storm, and newer things like a pitch clock might be coming in 2020. While these rule-related talks are going on, Giants pitcher Jeff Samardzija is throwing his hat in the ring with his own creative idea: If the game is tied at the end of the ninth inning, the game ends in a tie. No more extra innings. While this might...

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Bryce Harper? Nah. How About Ferguson?

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By: Dawson Wright Yesterday was MLB’s annual Rule 5 Draft, and surprisingly, the Giants made two selections. The first one being left-handed reliever Travis Bergen from the Blue Jays, and the other being Andrew (Drew) Ferguson from the Astros. Bergen was a great pick, and can be very useful in the Giants pen, especially if they decided to trade Will Smith, who the Cardinals have been pressing hard for. However, I really want to focus in on the Giants 2nd round pick, Drew Ferguson. Unfortunately for Drew, he was never able to make it to a stacked major league roster...

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Are The Giants And Sonny Gray A Match?

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The Yankees are all but confirmed to trade Sonny Gray, and the Giants could be a good fit for the right-hander.   By: Noah Wright It’s pretty clear that Sonny Gray’s value couldn’t be lower than after 2018. The Yankees have already stated that they’ll be trying to deal Gray over the off season, and it could even more likely that they’ll bring CC Sabathia back, as he’s stated that he is willing to return, even after knee surgery. So when I look at potential fits for Sonny Gray, I think The Giants are one of the best fits for...

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