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All Hands on Deck!

Saturday, October 1, 2016 16:27
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9-3 win Friday
3-0 win today
If the Giants win tomorrow they are the second wild card in the NL and will travel to NYC to play the Mets on Wednesday. If they lose, and the Cardinals win, the Giants will play a tie-breaker in St. Louis on Monday. Obviously a loss by the Cards means the Giants are in.

Two stirring wins, back-to-back against the Dodgers, and a win against the Rockies before that and that’s three in a row for the first time in three weeks. The Giants will play a 163rd game no matter what, and that’s something I thought impossible mere days ago. This team is capable of great things, this little run here at the end is the epitome of Veteran Savvy Clutchness, don’t count the boys out–ever.

Fabulous effort by the rookie–can we call him a phenom?–Ty Blach today against the best pitcher in the game. What a tremendous performance! That’s what this team needs, a young stud stepping up in October. A stupendous win on Friday night as well, coming from behind and getting a huge hit from Madison Bumgarner himself. And Brandon Belt’s three-run bomb was epic.

Matt Moore tomorrow. GO GIANTS!


p.s. Russian River I expect a full report in the comments about your trip to the game.


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