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Topic - Bruce Bochy
Brandon Crawford's first splash hit came at a most opportune time.
Madison Bumgarner just missed clearing the fences his first time up, hitting a sacrifice fly to the warning track in left field.
Just when it appeared as if the San Francisco bullpen was going to escape another late-inning jam, Pablo Sandoval threw the ball away to help cost the Giants the game.
The scene is becoming all too familiar for Tim Lincecum as he watches Paul Goldschmidt launch home run after home run.
When should a manager challenge a call? That's a crucial element of baseball's new replay rule.
San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy lost his first challenge under baseball's new replay review rule, and it may have led to an Arizona run.
San Francisco Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum is expected to make his first scheduled start in the regular season despite getting hit on the left knee by a comebacker.
Jorge De La Rosa tuned up for his opening-day start with six shutout innings for the Colorado Rockies on Wednesday, but Hector Sanchez hit a game-ending two-run homer to give the San Francisco Giants an 8-6 win.
From every slot in a talented, experienced rotation to the back end of the bullpen and in between, to the starting fielders and the role players on the bench, it's hard to find a member of the San Francisco Giants pleased with his 2013 season.
Giants opening-day starter Madison Bumgarner pitched five stellar innings and Hunter Pence hit a pair of solo homers, pacing the San Francisco Giants to a 4-0 victory over a Colorado Rockies split-squad on Friday.
Buster Posey had a three-run homer off Tony Cingrani among his three hits, leading the San Francisco Giants over the Cincinnati Reds 8-5 Tuesday.
Backed by early two-run homers from Brad Miller and Michael Saunders, right-hander Erasmo Ramirez cruised through four scoreless innings to send a Seattle Mariners split squad to an 18-3 rout of the San Francisco Giants on Saturday.
Hall of Fame third baseman George Brett remembers sitting in the Kansas City Royals clubhouse with teammates long after games ended talking baseball, often sharing a bunch of beer and a bag of potato chips.
Madison Bumgarner took another positive step in preparation for his first opening-day start, pitching three scoreless innings Tuesday in the San Francisco Giants' 3-2 victory over the Colorado Rockies.
San Francisco's Madison Bumgarner allowed one hit in two scoreless innings in his first spring training outing as he prepares for a his first opening-day start, and a San Francisco Giants' split squad defeated the Milwaukee Brewers 4-3 Friday.
"He banged his knee into a wall a few days ago, so we're giving him a break," Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. ... The Dodgers improved to 11-2 when they score first.
"It gives you a lot of gray hairs," Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. "That's our style."