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2013 San Francisco Giants Thread

Blanco's triple last night
anyone notice jerome williams popping up in LAA?
How far did Pablo's home run travel? It was hit into the stratosphere.
Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
It seemed Harper could have made that catch, but he let up right before the warning track.


That's his mind playing tricks on him after kissing the wall at Dodger Stadium...I think AT&T itself also had something to do with it, because it's not symmetrical out there, it's got all those funky angles, so him being gun-shy plus not knowing the park led to that ball dropping in.
Originally posted by kujon11:
anyone notice jerome williams popping up in LAA?


Yeah, he surfaced there in 2011, has relieved and started, having a good season so far this year.
Originally posted by RogerCraig:
How far did Pablo's home run travel? It was hit into the stratosphere.
464 feet
Originally posted by DelCed2486:
Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
It seemed Harper could have made that catch, but he let up right before the warning track.


That's his mind playing tricks on him after kissing the wall at Dodger Stadium...I think AT&T itself also had something to do with it, because it's not symmetrical out there, it's got all those funky angles, so him being gun-shy plus not knowing the park led to that ball dropping in.

True, Triple's Alley mindf**ks with opposing teams. I am sure there are more, but the only time I have seen a player know how to play the alley was when Blanco made that diving save in Cain's perfecto game.
so any updates on Surkamp/Runzler? (still hurt?)
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Originally posted by Hopper:
Originally posted by RogerCraig:
How far did Pablo's home run travel? It was hit into the stratosphere.
464 feet

Originally posted by Garcia:
Originally posted by Hopper:
Originally posted by RogerCraig:
How far did Pablo's home run travel? It was hit into the stratosphere.
464 feet


Insane, blasted it 20 rows into right-center aka the longest part of the yard.
Originally posted by OregonDuckNiner:
This is the second time this year the Giants have been down to their final strike, and they came away with a victory. I think Belt hit a home run on a two-strike count earlier this year? I'm not sure if that's correct, but I know Blanco's triple tonight was on a 1-2 count with 2 outs in the 9th... unbelievable... this team has just had that mojo since 2010. That whole "It's magic inside" is completely legitimate. Fun to watch.

When you've been on the global stage of 2 world series (especially how last year's run went), as a team, you just don't panic. These guys have been to the mountain top and experienced as much pressure as the game has to offer, so being down 6, 7, 8 runs or even down to their last strike in a regular season game just isn't a big deal anymore.

IMO, that's why keeping this team together was so critical as opposed to bringing in key/expensive guys that haven't gone through it and come out the other end victorious.
Paaaaaandaaaaaa
Nice start for Madison.... K K K
And we're gonna lose, no Panda
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