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Report: Giants and Marlins under investigation for possible wag…

Report: Giants and Marlins under investigation for possible wage violations

yahoo.com Updated Oct 25, 2013
For the second time this season, the San Francisco Giants are under investigation for possible wage violations pertaining to low level team employees. This according to Myron Levin and Stuart Silverstein of FairWarning.org, who collectively report the G…
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  • Ryan Dempster arrives in St. Louis in style

    Ryan Dempster arrives in St. Louis in style

    yahoo.com Oct 25, 2013
    For some reason, baseball players with a unique sense of style have felt the need to show it off when traveling to St. Louis this postseason. Just last week we saw it from Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Andre Ethier, who flew half-way across the country…
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  • Giants officially ink new deal with Lincecum

    Giants officially ink new deal with Lincecum

    MLB.com ESPN.com Oct 25, 2013
    The Giants officially announced a two-year, $35-million deal with Tim Lincecum on Friday, keeping the right-hander with the club that selected him 10th overall in the 2006 First-Year Player Draft.
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  • Will first-time manager Matt Williams be a good fit with Nation…

    Will first-time manager Matt Williams be a good fit with Nationals?

    yahoo.com Oct 25, 2013
    Though no official announcement is expected until after the World Series, Fox Sports Ken Rosenthal reported on Friday that the Washington Nationals are to set hire Arizona Diamondbacks third base coach Matt Williams as their new manager. Williams, a for…
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  • Pipeline Inbox: Crick's upside high for Giants

    Pipeline Inbox: Crick's upside high for Giants

    MLB.com Oct 25, 2013
    Jonathan Mayo fields questions from readers about baseball's most promising prospects in the MLBPipeline.com Inbox. This week, he discusses the Giants' Kyle Crick, the Cubs' infield depth and more.
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