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Giants unveil home Spring Training schedule

Giants unveil home Spring Training schedule

MLB.com Updated Nov 4, 2013
A Feb. 26 encounter against the cross-bay rival Oakland A's will launch the Giants' 15-game home Cactus League schedule for 2014, the club announced Monday.
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  • Vogelsong, Lopez hit market as free agency opens

    Vogelsong, Lopez hit market as free agency opens

    MLB.com ESPN.com Nov 4, 2013
    Signaling their intention to explore free-agent alternatives for starting pitching help, the Giants declined Monday to pick up the $6.5 million option on Ryan Vogelsong's 2014 contract, casting the right-hander into free agency. Left-hander Javier Lopez…
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  • What if Athletics and Giants share AT&T Park in 2014?

    What if Athletics and Giants share AT&T Park in 2014?

    yahoo.com Nov 4, 2013
    All right, now let's try it from the other dugout. That's where the Oakland Athletics might be standing in 2014 for 81 games if the scenario in a far-fetched post published Sunday in the San Francisco Chronicle comes to fruition: Major League Baseball w…
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Sports Columnists

  • Daily Dime: Clippers know the score

    Nov 4
    With Dwight Howard in early foul trouble, the Clippers took advantage
  • Daily Dime: Los Angeles Clippers know the score

    Nov 5
    With Dwight Howard in early foul trouble, the Clippers took advantage
  • Dwight Howard has improved dramatically health-wise since joining Houston …

    Nov 4
    The lingering effects from Dwight Howard's 2012 back surgery were so severe that Houston Rockets coach Kevin McHale had concerns even after Houston signed the All-Star center to an $88 million contract last summer.
  • Zach Randolph says he wants to finish NBA career with Memphis Grizzlies

    Nov 4
    Memphis Grizzlies power forward Zach Randolph, who has the right to opt out of his contract in July and join the NBA's loaded class of 2014 free agents, says he wants to retire as a Grizzly.