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San Francisco +1.5
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Community Picks: San Francisco 57% vs St. Louis 43%

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San Francisco
If Sunday was the end of the road for Pablo Sandoval, it was a fitting finale. While Sandoval was unsure if he would get one last at-bat for manager Bruce Bochy before going under the knife, that moment came in the seventh inning. Sandoval came to the plate with a runner on first and one out in the seventh inning against Luis Perdomo, and the three-time World Series champion and 2012 World Series MVP received a long, rousing ovation from those in attendance. Continue to Article
September 01, 2019 3:58:pm EST
St. Louis
Nicholas' brother Ryan took to Twitter to let everyone know he has not seen him hit this well since his high school days. Nicholas played his first two seasons of high school ball at American Heritage School in Plantation, Florida and spent his final two years at Archbishop McCarthy High School in Fort Lauderdale. Castellanos was (unsurprisingly) a monster at the high school level, winning the Gatorade Player of the Year Award as a senior. Continue to Article
August 31, 2019 1:02:am EST
San Francisco
Mauricio Dubon grew up in the Sacramento area watching videos of Brandon Crawford. On Thursday, the rookie second baseman got to meet the Giants shortstop at Oracle Park ahead of his team debut. "Are you nervous?" Crawford asked as they stood on the field during batting practice. Continue to Article
August 30, 2019 9:32:pm EST
St. Louis
The St. Louis Cardinals activated Tyler O'Neill from the 10-day injured list and placed his fellow outfielder Lane Thomas on the IL with a broken right wrist. O'Neill played in six games during his rehabilitation stint with Triple-A Memphis and Double-A Springfield, batting 6-for-22 with a homer. O'Neill is hitting . Continue to Article
August 30, 2019 3:43:pm EST
San Francisco
Jake Cave hit two homers and C.J. Cron added a third Thursday as the Minnesota Twins beat the White Sox 10-5 in Chicago and set a Major League Baseball record for home runs on the road. Cave's blast off White Sox pitcher Dylan Cease to lead off the third inning gave the Twins 139 homers in away ball parks, surpassing the record of 138 set by the 2001 San Francisco Giants. Cron, the next batter at the plate, then homered to center field and Cave added a home run in the seventh for the second multi-homer game of his career. Continue to Article
August 29, 2019 8:07:pm EST
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