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Links 1 through 10 of 47 by Mike Doeff tagged mlb

"And where has that brought these Giants? It's brought them within two games of winning a World Series that just about nobody thought they would win. That's where. And they've gotten there by riding a powerful convergence of forces that opponents seem to know how to stop. Not the Braves. Not the Phillies. And now, for these past two days, not the Rangers."

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"This baseball team has carried these people halfway to the stars. Now it's up to the whacked-out, spliced-together, who-ARE-these-guys 2010 edition of the San Francisco Giants to finish the journey -- and life in their golden-gated city will never, ever be the same."

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Great interview on KNBR this morning with Ken Burns and Lynn Novick about the upcoming baseball documentary 'The 10th Inning'

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Five-minute version of Buehrle's perfect game on July 23, 2009

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"Big league scouts told Tim Lincecum he was too small to succeed. Fantasy owners passed him over because they weren't sure he'd hold up with that crazy motion. But he has news for all of 'em: it wasn't magic dust that helped him win the Cy Young Award."

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"After 41 years, the National League Cy Young Award has returned to San Francisco. Tim Lincecum this morning became the second San Francisco Giant to win baseball's most coveted pitching honor and the first since Mike McCormick in 1967.

In balloting announced by the Baseball Writers Association of America, Lincecum won in a landslide. He garnered 23 of 32 first-place votes, seven second-place votes and one third-place vote, for a total of 137 points. One writer did not name Lincecum on his or her ballot."

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"The mechanics of diminutive Tim Lincecum -- looks 18, throws 98 -- are more than an act of violence, they're a marvel of modern science. Unconventionally honed by his father, that delivery has produced the most fascinating ace of his generation"

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FriendFeed room focused on the San Francisco Giants

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First Giants triple play since 1999. Includes a video clip.

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