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San Francisco Giants Tickets - Do it Again

After hanging around the City by the Bay for half a century, San Francisco Giants tickets paid off with a World Series win in 2010, which sets the Giants up for the even more difficult task of repeating as World Series Champions. But this is a team that is very capable of tackling that task, solid across the board, with good pitching, and a cast of players on the rise. The San Francisco Giants may have seemed like an unlikely champion, but nobody will be surprised if 2014 Giants tickets reap another World Series for the fans in AT & T Park.

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It’s hard to imagine not looking at the Giants as NL West leaders. Coming off of a World Series tends to do that. But if the Giants want to repeat, it would help to see their offensive production increase. This is a team that will have to deal with the LA Dodgers, and a Colorado Rockies team that has been gaining ground over the last few seasons. AT & T Park is sure to be the scene of some great baseball over the course of 2014, with every visiting team looking to knock off the defending champs. Catch all the action you can handle with San Francisco Giants tickets from Frontrow.com.

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2011 San Francisco Giants Preview

Heading back into the 2011 MLB season the Giants were careful to maintain continuity, keeping the roster basically intact for another year. But you can expect GM Brian Sabean to have the team constantly evolving as he did in 2010. Remember, as the year progressed, Sabean proved himself a master at juggling talent, putting his most productive players on the field. The only constants in the game were 3rd baseman Pablo Sandoval and Aubrey Huff, both of whom figure to play major roles again in 2011.

Of course, the Giants pitching is in good shape. Tim Lincecum leads the group, coming off a sub-par regular season but a sterling performance in the playoffs. Matt Cain also came through in the postseason, refusing to yield even a single earned run, while Jonathan Sanchez made big strides, earning a spot in the rotation and the confidence of the organization along the way. Young Gun Madison Bumgarner also came through in a big way and should see plenty of time on the mound in 2011. And of course, to close things out when the going gets close, the San Francisco Giants can always trot out Brian Wilson, the bearded hurler who excelled in the playoffs with his glaring stare and intimidating beard.

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Kansas City Royals: Managing the Third Time through the Order - KC Kingdom

Kansas City Royals: Managing the Third Time through the Order
KC Kingdom
This year's World Series between the Kansas City Royals and San Francisco Giants has become a showcase for the new tactical dilemma in baseball: managing the third time a starting pitcher faces the batting order. According to 2014 league-wide batting ...

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Ned Yost, baseball's most unconventional manager, just keeps winning - SportingNews.com

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Ned Yost, baseball's most unconventional manager, just keeps winning
SportingNews.com
His name is Ned Yost. Last name rhymes with toast. In Kansas City, he's the most. For a guy who is heavily criticized and makes … shall we say, interesting moves, Yost has the Kansas City Royals two victories from winning the World Series.

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Sweet dreams: Sleep expert helps Giants in October - Scottsbluff Star Herald

Scottsbluff Star Herald

Sweet dreams: Sleep expert helps Giants in October
Scottsbluff Star Herald
San Francisco Giants' Brandon Crawford heads for home on an RBI double by Giants' Michael Morse during the sixth inning of Game 3 of baseball's World Series against the Kansas City Royals on Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Charlie ...

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Kansas City Royals Defeat San Francisco Giants 3-2; Lead Series 2-1 - Vavel.com

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Kansas City Royals Defeat San Francisco Giants 3-2; Lead Series 2-1
Vavel.com
Coming into Friday night's Game 3, the San Francisco Giants had won six straight home games in the World Series dating back to the 2002 World Series. That streak was snapped, as the Kansas City Royals defeated the Giants 3-2 giving them a 2-1 series ...

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Royals hold on to win Game 3 - Columbia Daily Herald

Royals hold on to win Game 3
Columbia Daily Herald
Kelvin Herrera, Brandon Finnegan, Wade Davis and Greg Holland combined to throw four no-hit innings of relief, as Kansas City edged the San Francisco Giants, 3-2, in Game 3 of the Fall Classic. Run-scoring hits from Alex Gordon and Eric Hosmer in the ...

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