Ben and Adam discuss the possibilities in the season’s final weekend. The Giants maintain a slim lead on a Wild Card spot, but will it hold? It’s now or never; the season is hanging in the balance.
Ben and Adam discuss the series loss against the Dodgers and look ahead to the final 10 games of the regular season with the Giants currently in a three-way tie for the two Wild Card spots.
Ben and Adam discuss Bruce Bochy’s maddening decision to use Santiago Casilla in a one-run save situation on Saturday, which led to another blown save and crucial loss. The Giants are 22-37 in the second half, and they cling to just a one game lead on a playoff spot with 13 games remaining.
Ben and Adam dissect the Giants getting swept at home by the lowly Padres. They also preview the upcoming make-or-break four-game home series against the St. Louis Cardinals. San Francisco is just 20-35 in the second half and they cling to a playoff spot by the slimmest of margins.
Ben and Adam discuss Hunter Strickland’s dominant performance in his first chance to close out a game since Santiago Casilla was (temporarily?) removed from the closer’s role on Friday. They also address the horrific managerial decision by Bruce Bochy to let Casilla face Jake Lamb in the 10th inning on Friday night in a save […]
Ben and Adam discuss the latest devastating loss for the Giants and how they must turn it around in a hurry as the Giants hold the slimmest of margins on a playoff spot with just 23 games remaining.
Ben and Adam search for answers. What’s wrong with the Giants? How they can possibly turn this MLB-worst second half slide around? With a slim lead on a wild card spot and only 25 games remaining, it’s now or never for the free falling Giants.
Can the Giants salvage their season? Their MLB-worst second half skid somehow continues to get even worse. To date, they’re 11-25 since the break and they now trail the (superior) L.A. Dodgers by three games in the N.L. West. All that said, the Giants remain in good shape to secure a playoff berth, most likely […]
Ben and Adam don’t hesitate to criticize players, coaches, and management for this ugly 9-21 stretch to start the second half that leaves the Giants in second place for the first time since May and barely holding onto a wild card position.
Ben and Adam discuss the latest bullpen meltdown, and no one is safe…especially the manager and the closer.