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Wednesday, Oct 10, 2012
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By Will Brinson

Dusty Benches Rolen; Bochy Puts Posey at First

Dusty Benches Rolen; Bochy Puts Posey at First

Bruce Bochy and Dusty Baker made a few lineup changes for Wednesday's Game 4 in the NLDS.

Thursday, Oct 11, 2012
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By Will Brinson

Better Game 4 Survival Chances: Giants or A's?

Better Game 4 Survival Chances: Giants or A's?

The Giants and Athletics both faced elimination on Wednesday.

Wednesday, Oct 10, 2012
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By Will Brinson

Mike Leake Starting Game 4, Cueto Done

Mike Leake Starting Game 4, Cueto Done

Mike Leake was added to the Reds roster for Game 4 of the NLDS and will start for Cincinnati. That means Johnny Cueto will be ineligible to play for the Reds through the NLCS.

Wednesday, Oct 10, 2012
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By Will Brinson

Pence Provides Passionate Pregame Speech

Pence Provides Passionate Pregame Speech

Hunter Pence delivered a passionate pregame speech to the Giants before their Game 3 win over the Reds in the NLDS.

Tuesday, Oct 9, 2012
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By Will Brinson

Reds Game 4 Starter Up in Air

Reds Game 4 Starter Up in Air

Dusty Baker still doesn't know whether he's going to start Mat Latos or Mike Leake in Game 4 of the National League Divisional Series.

Tuesday, Oct 9, 2012
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By Will Brinson

Giants Beat Reds 2-1 in 10, Keep Hope Alive

Giants Beat Reds 2-1 in 10, Keep Hope Alive

The Giants beat the Reds 3-2 in 10 innings during Game 3 of the National League Divisional Series, keeping hope alive that they could win the series.

Tuesday, Oct 9, 2012
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By Will Brinson

Johnny Cueto Could Be Out for NLDS

Johnny Cueto Could Be Out for NLDS

Johnny Cueto could miss the rest of the National League Divisional Series against the Giants.

Tuesday, Oct 9, 2012
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By Will Brinson

Better Survival Chances: Giants or A's?

Better Survival Chances: Giants or A's?

Who's more likely to survive for a Game 4 on Tuesday, the Giants or the A's?

Tuesday, Oct 9, 2012
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By Will Brinson

Barry Zito Would Be NLDS Game 4 Starter

Barry Zito Would Be NLDS Game 4 Starter

Barry Zito will start Game 4 of the National League Divisional Series ... if the Giants get that far.

Monday, Oct 8, 2012
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By Will Brinson

Ump Spoons Buster, Freddy's a Ghost

Ump Spoons Buster, Freddy's a Ghost

Two images from Sunday night's Giants game can provide a little comic relief for a baseball team and a fanbase that's definitely in the dumps today.

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