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BREAKING NEWS: Barry Zito Pulled From Starting Rotation

Well, Bruce Bochy is finally fed up with Barry Zito, enough that he pulled him out of the rotation (FINALLY). Unfortunately for the Giants, they are now paying their ex-starting pitcher 19 million dollars a year to sit in the bullpen and possibly throw four innings in a week, as he would either be a long relief pitcher or a lefty-specialist. However, this is not the first time that Zito…

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Giants Take Rubbermatch From Phils

One day removed from an offensive outburst in Philly, from the Giants’ new-look offense, the two flailing teams succumbed to an inevitable pitcher’s duel thanks to surprisingly-surprising, brilliant performances from Cole Hamels and Matt Cain. Have the two former Aces reverted to their good ol’ habits of pounding hitters back to their respective dugouts? Maybe. Maybe not. Time will tell, specifically the remainder of this so-far disappointing season. This game…

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BREAKING NEWS: Patrick Willis Breaks Right Hand

Yesterday, Patrick Willis (#52), the six-time All-Pro linebacker who is also the 49ers’ captain, left practice with what was feared to be a hairline fracture in his right hand. In this injury ridden offseason the Niners lost most of their wide receivers including Michael Crabtree, Mario Manningham, and Kyle Williams, who all spent some time on the PUP list (Crabtree and Manningham are still there), in addition to linebacker Darius…

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Giants Take Kieschnick Pill To Snap Losing Streak

Giants fans everywhere, break out the champagne! It’s time to celebrate two once-in-a-lifetime occurrences for the Giants organization. First, to end a ten game drought, the SF Giants hit a home run! Second, to end a five game losing streak, the G-men (finally) won a game! Sorry if these amazing feats disappoint you (as the fact that they are considered amazing really should) but for the Giants they’re pretty incredible….

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Jays Outplay A’s

Today, the Oakland A’s were outlasted by the Toronto Blue Jays, and they lost the game 5-2 in 10 innings. However, Bartolo Colon still pitched very well allowing only 1 ER in 6 IP, earning himself a no-decision. However, the A’s offense could not provide enough run support to win the game, and the tenth inning turned very ugly for Oakland. After Grant Balfour maintained the 2-2 tie into extra…

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UPDATE: Joe Pavelski Signs With Sharks

The San Jose Sharks have signed veteran center Joe Pavelski to a five-year, $30 million dollar contract extension that keeps him with the Sharks through the 2018-2019 season. In this move, the Sharks have locked up one of the major cornerstones of the franchise and they keep him off the free agent market where they could easily have lost him. Pavelski is actually the second major player that GM Doug…

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BREAKING NEWS: Oakland A’s Acquire Alberto Callaspo

The A’s and Angels have made a trade, and in it, the A’s acquire veteran 30 year-old infielder Alberto Callaspo for minor league second baseman Grant Green, who was a first round pick in 2009. The A’s will use Callaspo as their second baseman replacing Eric Sogard. Callaspo is a versatile infielder who played third base for the Angels this season, though he can play second, shortstop, and third. He…

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BREAKING NEWS: Brian Wilson A Dodger

Well, it’s final. After about a month of rumors about where ex-Giants closer Brian Wilson may end up, the decision has been made. The Giants were interested in Wilson, as were the Pirates, Bucs, and D-backs, but none of them ended up with the beard. In the end, the beard went to the smurfs. I guess he’ll have to die now—sorry I just meant dye his beard blue now—because black…

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Niners Update

Well, Percy Harvin is out again, except this time, he’s the one creating the migraines for the Seattle Front Office. A source says that the Seahawks will temporarily place Harvin on the PUP list, waiting to see from team physicians if he’ll indeed need surgery (crossing my fingers). With Harvin’s possible injury, it appears that both the Niners and the Hawks will be missing their number one receiver for quite…

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