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Giants outfielder Angel Pagan walked-off the Rockies with a home run that never left the park. Cliff Corcoran breaks down San Francisco's rare inside-the-park walkoff home run.
Share TweetAngel Pagan delivered a walk-off, inside-the-park homer in Saturday's 10th inning to erase a one-run deficit and lift the Giants to a 6-5 victory over the Colorado Rockies.
Arenado proving doubters wrong at third baseUpdated May 25 Share TweetAfter seeing Nolan Arenado make play after dazzling play during his early time in the Majors with the Rockies, it's hard to believe that many thought he'd never play third base in the Majors.
Oswalt fights mechanics in first Minors startUpdated May 25 Share TweetVeteran right-handed pitcher Roy Oswalt had a predictably up-and-down effort Friday night for Double-A Tulsa -- his first start of four or five before the Rockies discuss when to add him to the starting rotation.
Young looks to shake hitting woes in pinch roleUpdated May 25 Share TweetRockies outfielder Eric Young Jr. celebrated his 28th birthday Saturday with the hope that adding a candle would mark the beginning of losing a slump. In his last 16 games, Young has hit .140 (6-for-43) and seen his batting average drop from .310 to .25…
Chatwood shines in another win over GiantsUpdated May 25 Share TweetTyler Chatwood held the Giants scoreless for six innings on four hits, Michael Cuddyer homered and drove in three runs in his return from the disabled list and Nolan Arenado sparkled defensively as the Rockies won, 5-0, Friday night at AT&T Park.
Giants Win On Walk-Off Inside-The-Park HomerMay 25Angel Pagan's inside-the-park home run lifted the Giants to a 6-5 win in the 10th inning.
Giants Win On Walk-Off Inside-The-Park HomerMay 25Baseball Tonight Spotlight: Angel Pagan's inside-the-park home run lifted the Giants to a 6-5 win in the 10th inning.