It’s Monday, the beginning of another week, the memories of the weekend slipping quickly away. This Monday thought is the Monday before the Exhibition Games. We can start to plan for Thursday nights game at AT&T Park. Start dusting of the dust from the jerseys. Is it a trek to the Park to get the first smells of baseball or is it a night at home with friends watching the game?
I for one am not sure where I will be, but I can pretty much guess that once Thursday rolls around there will be at least one game viewed at either of the ballparks. It just depends on if a weekday game or a weekend game wins out. The “long” winter off of baseball, the last month of spring training, the rumors of the roster, it’s all come down to this week. This is the week! It might not be Opening Day, but in my mind this is just as exciting. Besides, what’s a better way to get your vocal cords back into cheering mode than four nights of some hometown rivalry!
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We have finally reached the home stretch. Spring training games are coming down to the final days, the Giants and the A’s will soon be playing their expedition games in a week. Which brings us to Opening Day. The Giants will start their season on the road, the first game being in Arizona against the Diamondbacks. AT&T park will be hosting Giant Fans to watch the opening game.
So check out Comcast Sportsnet for all the details and remember April 6th will soon be upon us!cialis non generic
The Superbowl for me is the marking of Baseball. Spring training arrangements are being made. The final arbitration deals are being done and now it’s officially the countdown to Baseball season! It’s always fun to have pre-season events to get you jazzed for the season. So lucky for Giants fans, the S.F. Giants FanFest at AT&T park is this coming weekend. So mark the calenders (Bring out the rain jackets) and get ready for Fan Fest on February 7th!
For the complete schedule check out the Giants website on the happenings of Fan Fest.
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It might only be January and memories of the World Series still fresh in our mind. However, in 5 short weeks pitchers and catchers will be reporting to Arizona and talk of Opening day will soon be upon us.
The Giants will begin the season April 6 in Arizona, continue to San Diego before being back at home on April 13th.
So a recap on some of the offseason happenings:
Sergio Romo and Jake Peavy, both free agents were signed back with the Giants. Casey McGehee was acquired in a trade to play third base (do we dare to even mention “Panda”?).
Hudson underwent surgery on his right ankle.
Cain is recovering from surgery on his right elbow and right ankle.
So there are 4 spots in the starting pitching line-up that are questionable. With only Bumgarner being a for sure. So we will see if there are any trades made for a starting pitcher in the next few weeks.
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As the winter meetings are coming to an end, here are some of the Giants rumors.
Losing out on the deal with Lester, leaves the Giants looking at other perspective pitchers. There is talk that to preserve Bumgarner, will involve taking him out of games earlier, providing more rest and not having to rely on him as heavily as the 2014 season. The Giants are rumored to be interested in James Shields,
Ervin Santana, Max Scherzer and Cole Hamels.
With the sting of Sandoval’s decision to go to the Red Sox a few weeks behind us, the need for a third baseman is real. Asdrubal Cabrera is being considered for third base (mind you other teams are considering him for second base).cialis cheap usa