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When Giants minor-league hitting coordinator Steve Decker watches catching prospect Andrew Susac, he sees a similarity to Buster Posey that goes beyond their sharing a position and a comparable build. Specifically, Decker said, when Susac is early in
Scioscia was asked here the other day whether he ever had concussions . "Sure, I had some," he said. "Jack Clark [of the Cardinals] knocked me out in 1985."...Asked by a reporter whether he had left the game, he said, "I left the world for about
Royals manager Ned Yost, who caught for three teams in six seasons as a major-league player, refused to accept the role of sitting duck on plays at the plate. More News When you had time, I always took the opposite thought on a runner, Yost said
The game is part of FSU's 56-game regular-season schedule, but it does not count against the team's official record or statistics. Winston did not pitch because his arm was slightly "tender" after pitching Saturday, according to FSU coach Mike Martin.
His latest victory came over the Giants' Buster Posey to reach the semifinals against another perennial All-Star -- the Blue Jays' Jose Bautista. He's also left Rockies star Troy Tulowitzki in his #nerdpower wake.
Buster Posey had a night to digest the new home-plate collision rules before addressing the media, but the guidelines are actually not all that new for Posey. He was one of many players who helped Major League Baseball Players Association Executive
After missing one day with back tightness, Giants center fielder Angel Pagan went through the full team workout on Monday. When the Cactus League season kicks off Wednesday, however, the Giants still will be without their full complement of starters.
The Giants signed Michael Morse to add a little pop to a lineup that sorely needs it. With Barry Bonds now set to arrive in camp next March, it seems obvious that Morse would seek out a few tips about blasting balls through the wind and fog at AT&T
The job of a major league catcher might get a little less dangerous this season i¿½ but Dodgers catchers don't sound too happy about it. "I don't like it. I don't like it at all," Tim Federowicz said of the rule banning home-plate collisions that is
Willie Mays (right) inspired the author's love of the San Francisco Giants. Mays is seen here with (from left) Maury Wills, Milton Berle, and Jimmy Piersall in the television program The Hollywood Palace in 1967...One of my happiest days is Super