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2017 Schedule
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Giants' Cueto still in Dominican with ailing dad

A family matter is keeping San Francisco Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto in his native Domincan Republic, and there's still no timetable for him to join the team in Arizona for the spring training.

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1dJim Bowden

Baseball's best spring training job battles

The Dodgers' choice between Yasiel Puig and Andre Ethier is just one of this year's old-fashioned camp competitions. Who's battling where and who wins?

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

The Giants said goodbye to outfielder Gregor "The White Shark" Blanco over the winter, but signed closer "Mark the Shark" Melancon as a free agent. That's fine with pitcher Jeff Samardzija, who has first dibs on the nickname. "We work with multiple sharks here," Samardzija said. "I don't necessarily have any specific genome."

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2dJerry Crasnick

Mark Melancon ready to lead Giants' new-look pen

After last year's epic bullpen breakdown, the Giants turned the page and signed Mark Melancon to lead a new crew for late-game relief. Will his arrival cure what ailed them?

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Giants sign IF Hill to minor league contract

Infielder Aaron Hill has agreed to a minor league contract with the San Francisco Giants and would get a $2 million, one-year deal if he makes the 40-man roster.

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Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Matt Moore throwing a bullpen session at Giants camp. One NL West evaluator thinks he's "ready to take off" in 2017.

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

It's time to get used to it. Sergio Romo throwing his first official bullpen in a Dodgers uniform.

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8dBradford Doolittle

Players with something to prove: Jae-gyun Hwang

The 29-year-old South Korean hit .330 with 26 homers and 104 RBIs in the KBO last season. Hwang is pretty much an unknown which could be fun to watch once camp opens.

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8dJim Bowden

Bold predictions for spring training

Jason Heyward to center? Matt Wieters to L.A.? And who is Francis Martes? Position changes, trades and breakthroughs will make news before Opening Day.

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Lopez to help instruct Giants; Bonds, too?

Barry Bonds is in discussion with the San Francisco Giants to do a stint with the club as an instructor during spring training. Bonds spent last season as hitting coach for the Miami Marlins.

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11dBen Fawkes

Cubs lead way in first sportsbook's win totals

The Cubs and Indians -- last season's World Series participants -- are projected for the most victories as the Atlantis Casino on Friday became the first sportsbook to post 2017 win totals.

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Giants players react to Lopez's retirement

San Francisco Giants players shared their respect and admiration for reliever Javier Lopez on social media after Lopez announced his retirement on Wednesday.

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Brian Wilson ditches his iconic beard

Former Giants and Dodgers reliever Brian Wilson is sporting a new look as he attempts to make a comeback as a knuckleballer.

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Ex-reliever Wilson eyes return as knuckleballer

Brian Wilson, who hasn't pitched professionally since 2014, recently has thrown for at least two teams, Yahoo Sports reports, and is focusing on his knuckleball.

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Giants ink IF Beckham to minor league deal

Infielder Gordon Beckham has agreed to a minor league contract with the San Francisco Giants and will attend spring training with the big league club.

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13dDan Szymborski

Kershaw and Bumgarner could beat Father Time

Clayton Kershaw's curve will still be getting batters out in 10 years, and Madison Bumgarner's slider/cutter thing, which is about 10 different pitches, depending on the velocity, will continue to fool batters.

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13dBradford Doolittle

The state of baseball's best teams

Are the Cubs positioned to repeat, or is another contender ready to steal the crown? We examine where MLB's elite stand heading into 2017.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs71519th
Batting Average.25811th
On Base Percentage.3297th
Slugging Percentage.39825th
Earned Run Average3.654th
Quality Starts857th
WHIP1.214th
BAA.2436th

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