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Where do the Giants go from here?

While having a top-five pick at next year’s draft would be a nice consolation prize, San Francisco’s situation isn’t exactly the baseball version of the San Antonio Spurs drafting Tim Duncan: even if the Giants net the No. 1 pick, the team’s current core will be well into their thirties by the time he arrives to the show and the championship window will have effectively closed.
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The white flag

To call this year’s version of the San Francisco Giants bad does not even begin to scratch the surface of the insufferable level of atrocity surrounding the team. Despite having retained the majority of last year’s core at the beginning of the season, the Giants find themselves out-tanking the San
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Mark Melancon: Giant upgrade?

Following a season characterized by a franchise-record 32 blown saves, which culminated in a complete meltdown during Game 4 of the National League Divisional Series against the Chicago Cubs, the San Francisco Giants checked off their top priority of the offseason by signing free agent Mark Melancon to a four-year,
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MLB Wild Card game preview

It came down to the very last day of the season — game 162 — but Major League Baseball’s wild card matchups are finally set. The Baltimore Orioles will head to Toronto, Canada, to take on the Blue Jays, and the San Francisco Giants will make the trip to New
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