Posts Tagged ‘MLB playoffs’
The Giants sure are spoiling their fans. A great ballpark. Fun, exciting players. And two World Series titles in three years.
AT&T PARK — For Giants fans, there’s a hope of history repeating – and that hope inched a step closer to a reality tonight.
How are your tickers, Giants Nation?!? Because I’m pretty sure that mine stopped a couple of times over the past few days.
The Giants’ table-setters had forgotten how to arrange the silverware in the first three games. But something clicked on Wednesday.
On the brink of elimination, the Giants clawed their way to a season-saving win over Cincinnati.
A’s fans want the tarps removed from the upper deck. The A’s say they’ll consider it — if the team makes it to the ALCS.
The A’s and Giants are both in win-or-go-home situations, but both have the talent — and the heart — to win three straight.
The Reds pounced on Madison Bumgarner early Sunday night, then the Giants’ offense floundered. Again.
At the start of Saturday night’s NLDS game, the Giants seemed to have luck on their side.
For the first time this season — when it matters — the Oakland A’s hold sole possession of first place in the AL West.
OAKLAND — It will take 162 games this season to decide who will win the American League West crown.
The underdog Athletics — with the second lowest payroll in baseball — have clinched a playoff berth.
If you haven’t caught A’s playoff fever by now, you still have a chance to become infected over the next three days.
Aubrey Huff hasn’t contributed much to the 2012 Giants, but he’s their only option for a left-handed bat off the bench in the playoffs.
The Giants had a big party Saturday night, one at which Tim Lincecum was noticeably absent.
Shock of all shocks, Giants Nation. This little blonde writer is terrible at math. I mean, we’re talking God awful.
The Giants are keeping the pedal to the medal. Next stop, the National League West division title.