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Crawford surprised to bat third for Giants

Crawford surprised to bat third for Giants

MLB.com Updated Jun 17, 2013
When Brandon Crawford arrived at AT&T Park for Monday's game against the Padres, he found himself penciled into the No. 3 slot of the lineup for the first time this season as the Giants battle injuries and Buster Posey was given a day off.
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  • Padres in holding pattern with Quentin, Cabrera

    Padres in holding pattern with Quentin, Cabrera

    MLB.com Jun 17, 2013
    There were few answers to be had Monday in regard to the health of shortstop Everth Cabrera and left fielder Carlos Quentin. The news Monday on both was that they're still getting treatment and that a disabled-list stint is still a possibility.
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  • The Week Ahead: Trio of clubs shifting scope of races

    The Week Ahead: Trio of clubs shifting scope of races

    MLB.com Jun 17, 2013
    For Major League Baseball's hottest teams, this week offers an opportunity to add legitimacy to recent events. With plenty of division matchups on the docket, there is more ground to be gained -- or lost -- for the Padres, Royals and Blue Jays.
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Sports Columnists

  • 2013 NBA playoffs -- LeBron James and Phil Mickelson, lessons in legacy

    Jun 17
    When it comes to losing, Phil Mickelson and LeBron James are treated much differently, J.A. Adande writes.
  • Sources -- Los Angeles Clippers, Boston Celtics continue talks but no deal…

    Jun 17
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  • Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Clippers relaunch trade talks, sources say

    Jun 17
    The Celtics and Clippers have relaunched discussions on a new trade framework that could bring a resolution to the complicated trade talks that would potentially transport Boston coach Doc Rivers and star forward Kevin Garnett to L.A.
  • Guest MMQB: Steve Gleason on his life with ALS, mission for a cure

    Jun 17
    Peter King is taking his annual vacation, and he's lined up some special guests to fill in on MMQB in the meantime. This week, former New Orleans Saints special teams standout Steve Gleason takes over.