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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.
Former Giants Closer Santiago Casilla Signs With AthleticsRelief pitcher Santiago Casilla is crossing the bay again, re-joining the Oakland Athletics with a two-year contract Friday after seven seasons with San Francisco.
Cloud Of Steroid Era Hovers Above Baseball Hall Of Fame VotingThe cloud of steroids hovers above Hall of Fame voting, much as it shrouded baseball in the 1990s and early 2000s.
Obama Pardons Giants Great Willie McCovey's Tax Fraud ConvictionSan Francisco Giants Hall of Famer Willie McCovey is among the people who have received a pardon from President Barack Obama, days before the end of his presidency.
Playoff Hero Gillaspie Agrees To New Deal With GiantsThird baseman Conor Gillaspie and the San Francisco Giants have agreed to a $1.4 million, one-year contract, a raise from his $1 million salary last year.
MLB Rookie Hazing Rules Ban Dressing As WomenIn a 2015 tweet, San Francisco Giants star Hunter Pence called the team's rookies good sports as they lived up for a hazing photo in front of the club's charter jet dressed as a chorus line.
Major League Baseball Bans Smokeless Tobacco Use By Rookies That visible circle in the back pockets of big leaguers — typically a sure sign of smokeless tobacco — might be far less common next season.

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