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A classy move by the 2014 champions.

Almost all of the fans had left already, but the incident came as jarring news to beat writers, who had to clear the press box.

That would be the Giants' Chris Heston. Not, you know, the 'Ten Commandments' guy.

That conviction had been the only victory won against the former slugger by the U.S. government in a years-long pursuit over suspicions of using illegal performance enhancing drugs.

The star pitcher saddled up in his team's home opener.

The Giants right fielder, who was hit by a pitch during a spring training game, will leave a hole in the team's batting order.

No, it wasn't a shirt-off-his back type of situation.

For some, the World Series victory celebration in San Francisco ended on a bit of a sour note.

A giant version of the Stars and Stripes that was unfurled at AT&T Park failed to hold together.

And we can mean that a couple of different ways. Including, yes, the icky way.

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