Category Archives: San Francisco Giants
Barry Zito pitched his first shutout since April 18, 2003 on Monday…in Colorado. That is all. Oh yeah, and don’t expect that to happen again. It was an anomaly caused by a meteor that changed the Earth’s rotation.
Last season, the San Francisco Giants dropped off the nation’s radar after a World Series run in 2010. Part of this was because Marlins rookie Scott Cousins decided to barrel into Buster Posey at home plate in late May, ending … Continue reading
Gigantes 3, Pads 0: It all came down to Game 162. After losing the first two of the series to the Pads, our beloved Gigantes were determined to follow their mantra “Torture” to the very end. One game in front … Continue reading
Ok Lebron, have you considered it’s about the fact you think you are entitled to the world? NOTHING is more annoying than self-entitlement. Our own San Francisco Giants’ Buster Posey is the absolute bee’s f-ing knees and he is the … Continue reading
Cardinals 9, Gigantes 0: Isn’t it a principle for Catholics to be forgiving or something? Well, these St. Louis Cardinals disobeyed that principle Sunday, destroying the Gigantes along with Zito’s clone in a 9-0 beatdown to win the series 2-1. … Continue reading
Padres 8, Gigantes 2: Some may look at this series and deem it a success for Los Gigantes: they did, after all, win one game versus the Padres. But the fact remains after losing two of three over the weekend: … Continue reading
Bravos 6, Gigantes 3: Poet Dylan Thomas once wrote, “Do not go silently into that good night.” Apparently, the Gigantes don’t know who Dylan Thomas is. They lost three of four against the Bravos this series, their first series loss … Continue reading