Tag Archives: Bruce Bochy

Lincecum makes it look like fun

This is my Wednesday column on Tim Lincecum’s no-hitter. WARNING: This is a baseball column. Feel free to skip this. SAN FRANCISCO – Tim Lincecum’s curveball dropped 18 inches. Will Venable drove the ball into the dirt a foot past home plate. The ball bounced five times – it took forever getting to second base. […]

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Little goes right for Posey

This is my Saturday column on Buster Posey. WARNING: This is a baseball column. 49ers’ fans — feel free to skip this. SAN FRANCISCO – Buster Posey turned on C.C. Lee’s hanging slider and crushed it deep into the left field bleachers during the bottom of the sixth inning of the Giants’ 5-3 victory against […]

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Depth is A’s edge on Giants

This is my Thursday column on the difference between the Giants and the A’s. WARNING: This is a baseball column. 49ers fans — feel free to skip this. PHOENIX – The Giants hope. The A’s don’t. The biggest difference between the two teams right now. The Giants hope so many things go their way this […]

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Mike Morse, power and puzzle

This is my Wednesday column on Mike Morse. WARNING: This is a Giants column. 49ers fans — feel free to skip this. SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Former Giant Mark DeRosa pressed his thumb into the back of current Giant Mike Morse’s left wrist and Morse almost levitated. DeRosa was a Giant in 2010 and 2011. He […]

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Mark Jackson stirs up a storm

This is my Tuesday column on Mark Jackson: WARNING: This is a Warriors column. 49ers fans, feel free to skip this. OAKLAND – Out of nowhere, Mark Jackson started to act like a desperate head coach on Monday night. Before the Warriors played the Philadelphia 76ers, Mark Jackson informed the media that his starting center, […]

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Big decision time on Pablo Sandoval

Here is my Monday column on Pablo Sandoval. SAN FRANCISCO – Here’s the question of the year for the Giants: What should they do with Pablo Sandoval? Entering Monday night’s game against the Mets, the 26-year-old All-Star third baseman was 3-for-his-past-37. And he looks way overweight, more so than usual. The mechanics of his swing […]