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10:06AM

SF Examiner: Giants, A’s sharing same woes at the plate

By Art Spander
Special to The Examiner


At least A’s manager Bob Geren hasn’t felt the need to say of his team, “We’re awful,” which is specifically what Giants manager Bruce Bochy said of his team’s offense of late, even though they are not.

What they are is disappointing. So are the A’s.

Read the full story here.

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8:57AM

SF Examiner: Momentum, maybe fate, with Giants

By Art Spander
Special to The Examiner


So close now. So near the impossible dream. So hard not to believe in the possibility. So difficult to make yourself think the Giants can’t win the World Series.

No, they’re not there yet. They still need one victory. One magic victory that sits up there like a pop fly waiting to be grabbed.

“We have baseball left,” cautioned Bruce Bochy. “We still have work to do.”

Read the full story here.

Copyright 2010 SF Newspaper Company
8:29AM

SF Examiner: Rangers inject doubt into Giants 

By Art Spander
Special to The Examiner


One game, but one game too many. One game to emphasize the Giants’ vulnerabilities. One game to realize that in their own park with a designated hitter, the Texas Rangers are a different team.

One game to make us understand the direction of the 2010 World Series has made a turn — in the land of former Rangers president George W. Bush, a right turn of course.

Read the full story here.

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9:31AM

SF Examiner: Bochy pushes all the right buttons for Giants

By Art Spander
Special to The Examiner


SAN FRANCISCO — He’s so very San Francisco, Bruce Bochy — unpretentious, unaffected and competent to the max. Maybe not a genius, but as far as managing the Giants, he’ll do until someone better comes along.

Read the full story here.

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4:42PM

SF Examiner: Hitting woes leave no room for error

By Art Spander
Special to The Examiner

SAN FRANCISCO — So Barry Zito pitches his best game in weeks. And the Giants still lose. So Zito, Santiago Casilla, Ramon Ramirez, Javier Lopez and Sergio Romo combine for a one-hitter. And the Giants still lose. It’s going to be a long winter.

Read the full story here.

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