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Giants Hire Barry Bonds To Front Office PositionAfter spending a year as the hitting coach for the Miami Marlins, former San Francisco star Barry Bonds will be joining the Giants front office staff this season as a special advisor to team president Larry Baer.
Giants Attempt To Answer Longtime Question: 'Who's In Left?'What is it with the San Francisco Giants and left field? It's almost Abbott and Costello material. Except it's 'who's in left?'
Giants Coach Alguacil Hit By Foul Ball, Has Broken NoseSan Francisco Giants coach Jose Alguacil needed surgery to repair a broken nose after being hit by a foul ball during a spring training game.
Eduardo Nunez Ready To Build On All-Star SeasonEduardo Nunez finally got a chance to play regularly last season — and made the most of it.
Johnny Cueto Spending Time With Ailing Father In Dominican RepublicJohnny Cueto remains in the Dominican Republic helping his ailing father a week after pitchers and catchers reported to spring training.
Jimmy Rollins Comfortable In Giants ColorsPost-practice, Jimmy Rollins relaxed at his locker and added some orange shoelaces to his cleats, sharing with locker mate and San Francisco center fielder Denard Span how much he appreciates a pop of color in his baseball gear again.
Giants New Closer Embraces Sports ScienceMark Melancon sprints to the mound and his heart starts racing — at precisely 183 beats per minute. It's all by careful design for San Francisco's new closer.
Matt Cain On Bullpen: 'That's Not Where I Plan On Being'Matt Cain is facing a competition for the fifth spot in the San Francisco Giants' starting rotation.
Giants Excited For 2017 SeasonThe Giants are treating their fan fest Saturday at AT&T Park as an unofficial send off to spring training.
Boyhood Dodger Fan Sergio Romo Closer To Signing With L.A.Sergio Romo is close to finalizing a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers to become their setup man.
Former Giants Pitcher Javier Lopez Announces RetirementFree agent reliever Javier Lopez announced his retirement following 14 seasons in Major League Baseball.
Giants Sign Catcher Nick Hundley To 1-Year DealThe Giants have agreed to a $2 million, one-year contract with Nick Hundley to serve as Buster Posey's backup catcher.

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