The day that we have all been waiting for has finally arrived – Opening Day of Baseball!
The A’s are hosting the Rangers at home, with a 7:05pm start. The Athletics RH Sonny Gray will be facing off against the Rangers RH Yovani Gallardo. There are plenty of new players on the A’s this year, so check out the Oakland A’s 2015 Opening Day Roster here.
The Giants are starting off in Arizona facing the Diamondbacks at 7:10pm. Their roster is heavy on the pitchers, 13 pitchers to be exact. Considering they are on the road for 14 days straight. Vogelsong will pitch game 2 and Peavy will be pushed back a few days to allow his arm some more rest, but is reported appear in the San Diego series. Go here to see the Giants 2015 Opening Day Roster.
Welcome to Baseball in the Bay 2015!
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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’s been reported that Ryan Vogelsong, the 37-year-old right hander will be returning the S.F. Giants in a 1 year 4 million plus incentives. Vogelsong was drafted in 1998 by the Giants and traded to the Pirates in 2001. Five seasons with the Pirates and three seasons in Japan. Vogelsong was picked up with the Giants prior to the 2011 season.
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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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Randy Johnson who was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Johnson “big unit” finished his career in 2009 pitching for the S.F. Giants.
It hasn’t been since 1955 that four players have been elected into the Hall of Fame in one year. Randy Johnson is among Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio.
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The rumors are that Panda (Pablo Sandoval) will be heading to Boston for the 2015 season. What will the Giants do without its iconic Kung Fu Panda on the field and will Boston fans embrace our lovable Panda?
The New York Post and the McCovey Chronicles has reported that Sandoval would be receiving a $100 million, 5-year contract in Boston. The Giants were willing to pay $100 million, but looks like Sandoval is looking for a change of venue. No contract has been signed, but supposedly that will happen at some point today. I guess we can be happy he’s not going to the Dodgers or another California team.buy cialis doctor online