As you know, Brandon Belt complained to the press about balls and strikes. That's not something MLB wants players doing, because it undermines the sanctity of umpiredom. It's rare when we're privy to the particulars of a private conversation between the league and one of the players, but as always, when it involves Brandon Belt, convention flies right out the window. Truly remarkable audio here.
Brandon Belt's dramatic acting skills get better by the year. Is a guest appearance on a long-running crime procedural in his future? It should be.
Longoria's 1,500th hit is an RBI doubleGiants lead 4-1 pic.twitter.com/513qodacZp— SF Giants on NBCS (@NBCSGiants) May 5, 2018
I COULD NOT FIGURE OUT HOW TO EMBED THE VIDEO CORRECTLY SO GO HERE INSTEAD: https://www.mccoveychronicles.com/2018/5/5/17323598/evan-longorias-1500th-career-hit-is-a-double
I just wanted the front page to stop being so damned bleak.
Via KNBR, we have confirmation that, yes, even the Giants players were aware of the significance of #Splash69. We are all 11 years old. We are legion. (Bonus points were awarded to this video for Alex Pavlovic smirking in the background.)
What did she say? YES! YES! YES!
October 28, 2012: The San Francisco Giants beat the Detroit Tigers in 10 innings to win their second World Series in three years.
As they get set to face each other on Saturday, Tim Hudson and Barry Zito reflected on their careers in Oakland and San Francisco and everywhere in between.
At least 19 seconds.