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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Pablo Sandoval
Madison Bumgarner figured he would need to be at the top of his game Friday night when he went up against Adam Wainwright.
Allen Craig is regaining his form at the plate.
Michael Morse rewarded his manager for giving him a rare day off.
After a broken right ankle with Atlanta last year threatened to end his career, Tim Hudson has emerged as one of baseball's best and most surprising offseason additions.
Drenched and reeking of the cheap beer his teammates sprayed on him, Jeff Samardzija stood at his locker soaking in a long-awaited win.
Pablo Sandoval's surge continued. The San Francisco Giants' winning streak did not.
After slow starts to the season, Ryan Vogelsong and Pablo Sandoval have had a resurgence that has helped send the San Francisco Giants to the top of the standings.
Samuel Deduno proved again he deserves a permanent spot in Minnesota's rotation - even on a night he ended up with a loss.
If Tim Lincecum wants to win without an overpowering fastball, he knows he will have to find his way through games when he is nowhere near his best.
Kyle Gibson pitched quickly and in command. Tim Lincecum labored and rarely looked in rhythm.
Jhoulys Chacin is getting closer to being back to form. Now a win would be nice to go with good health.
Two key players are finding their way for the San Francisco Giants.
A day of emotional momentum swings for the Los Angeles Dodgers ended with their closer matching his San Francisco Giants counterpart pitch for pitch - not what manager Don Mattingly had in mind this time.
Pablo Sandoval moved into the cleanup spot and broke out of his slump.
Once they got Matt Cain out of the game, Yasiel Puig and the Los Angeles Dodgers roughed up the San Francisco Giants' stellar bullpen.
"His rhythm was going," third baseman Pablo Sandoval said. "That's the best he's pitched. Two no-hitters, that's pretty impressive."
"That's just the way it is," Sandoval said. "There's not much you can do about it."