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Old 10-02-2014, 10:28 AM
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Default OT congrats to the SF Giants

I wanted to say congrats to the Giants, and Bumgamer for pitching such a great game, even calling it before the game! But I especially want to give major kudos to Brandon Crawford on his grand slam, he is really a great guy, and I can only imagine how awesome it felt to be playing for your hometown team, in the playoffs, and hit a grand slam; something every baseball loving kid dreams of growing up, and he did it for real. And this coming from a Dodger fan.

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Old 10-02-2014, 11:34 AM
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This was a yawner compared to the Royals/A's game. That game will be a tough act to follow!
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Giants had some really bad stretches during the season, but come October they are able to turn it up two notches. They really know how to win big games.
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Giants had some really bad stretches during the season, but come October they are able to turn it up two notches. They really know how to win big games.
I just hope Huddie helps.
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I just hope Huddie helps.
He's also had a mixed bag season, some good games and some awful.
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I'm worried about Hudson, he's straight-up injured and they know it. I'd prefer if we did Petit. If he's on, his version of dominance is as good as anyone in the game. Problem, of course, is whether he's on or not
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Agreed on Hudson - he's given us all we're going to get out of him this year. The Giants have a lot of key injuries to overcome, but right now they are doing what they do: WIN playoff games.
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Not to disparage the Giants in any way, but here's hoping for a successful conclusion to the Nationals' season.
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I'm worried about Hudson, he's straight-up injured and they know it. I'd prefer if we did Petit. If he's on, his version of dominance is as good as anyone in the game. Problem, of course, is whether he's on or not
I totally agree. I am shocked to see Hudson getting Game 2 . I'd take a chance with either Petit or Voglesong. Then again, Bochy has been pretty good with his postseason hunches.
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I totally agree. I am shocked to see Hudson getting Game 2 . I'd take a chance with either Petit or Voglesong. Then again, Bochy has been pretty good with his postseason hunches.
You guys may be right about Hudson (I had heard nothing of an injury), but if he isn't injured, you got to faith in someone who was tied until recently with Babe Ruth on a significant record - i.e. never having had a loosing season...maybe he can go 3-0 in the post-season and get to 12-12. Fingers crossed BIG TIME!
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