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Brian Sabean Apologizes, Marlins Still Villains

June 6, 2011

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For all the hate we give to LA, the Marlins have to be the Giants new greatest enemy. Sure, the deep rooted hatred between the Giants and Dodgers will never go away, but the two teams have not played a meaningful game since Brian Johnson’s historic home run in 1997. After that great victory, the […]

The Death of B2B

May 11, 2011

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All floats, which are sometimes quite creative but other times as simple as a keg in a shopping cart, will be confiscated at any of the checkpoints. The race will start at 7 a.m., one hour earlier than it did last year. The goal of the new rules is not to kill the party, said […]

Bye! Bye! Zito! Place at the Table, Mr. Vogelsong

May 9, 2011

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It has taken Ryan Vogelsong fourteen years to receive a standing ovation from Giants fans, but the sold out crowd at AT&T park could not have been more pleased with the former Giants draft pick. Making his first start at home, Vogelsong retired the first fifteen batters he faced before a lead-off single in the […]

May Madness: NESCAC Tournament Preview

May 5, 2011

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The defending Division III National Champs and #1 seed in the NESCAC, The Tufts Jumbos, host the semi-finals of the NESCAC tournament this Saturday and Sunday Matchups: Tufts vs. Bowdoin: The Bowdoin Polar Bears have surged as of late and knocked off #2 seed Amherst last weekend. By far the hottest team in the NESCAC, […]

May Madness: Ivy League Preview

May 5, 2011

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March Madness may be a more recognized term, but in the world of lacrosse, the madness takes place in May. The regular season is coming to a close and teams all over the country are fighting to keep their seasons alive. Conference championships are taking place and 756sports has the Ivy League and NESCAC Previews […]

The Freak Sets a New Franchise Record

May 5, 2011

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Last night, Tim Lincecum surpassed Christy Mathewson for most games with double digit strikeouts in Giants franchise history. The 12K performance was his third 10+ strikeout performance this year and 29th overall. Christy Mathewson was only able to throw 28 in his 17 year career and Mathewson was no slouch. He is a member of […]

Two Down, Two to Go

May 2, 2011

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After struggling a bit in the first round, the Sharks were expected to falter against the well-rested Red Wings who recently came off a series sweep of the Phoenix Coyotes. However, the Sharks have refused to believe this and have responded emphatically to the critics by winning the first two games of the series. Game […]