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  1. Bumgarner wins as Giants bum for runs

    Christina Kahrl

    Yes, you can never have enough pitching. You win with it, you lose to it, you can't live without it and, if the margins are narrow enough, you live and die with every pitch. Welcome to Bruce Bochy's world in a Melky-free world. And welcome to the rea...

    Blog | August 21, 2012
  2. Yesterday's journeymen become 2012 stars

    Christina Kahrl

    At 28 years old and after spending much of the previous five seasons in Triple-A, Bryan LaHair was a purportedly "known" quantity -- Quadruple-A bat, perhaps a fill-in first baseman. In his one brief shot at The Show in Seattle in 2008, he split time...

    Blog | June 09, 2012
  3. The state of National League platooning

    Christina Kahrl

    If the American League has very few stable platoons but a few identifiable platoon players getting work, is the National League any better off? Even with today's bigger bullpens, the absence of a DH gives NL skippers and GMs a little more freedom to ...

    Blog | June 04, 2011
  4. Champion Giants learning as they go

    Christina Kahrl

    This early, it might seem strange to talk about a second-place club whose season has been defined by setbacks, but a World Series win does that to a team, and the Giants are beset by daily questions of what they're going to do and what they can do. A...

    Blog | June 02, 2011