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The Comeback Kings, Starring the 2013 San Francisco Giants

1977 Pittsburgh Pirates, 27 Comeback Wins, MLB Record

With 14 comeback wins already in 2013, the defending World Series champion San Francisco Giants have a good chance to surpass the 1977 Pittsburgh Pirates record of 27 this season. Read More »

Melky Cabrera: The Needle and the Damage Done

Melky Cabrera is the latest in a long line of baseball players who thought he could get around the rules. Read More »

Mets Mess: Beltran Goes to SF Giants for Pitcher Zach Wheeler

It will be interesting to see if Wheeler develops as expected or becomes another member of the Mets Hall of Lame. Read More »

How Many of Your Sports Heroes Are Gay?

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This is the third of a series on famous gay athletes. Read More »

Nolan Ryan Hospitalized for Heart Condition

The 64-year-old Hall of Fame pitcher and current Texas Rangers President & CEO had a scare over the weekend, but all signs point to a full recovery. Read More »

Mets Play the Giants and Dodgers at Home: Just One Big Dysfunctional Family

The Mets, Giants, and Dodgers and their fans are all part of a big dysfunctional baseball family. Read More »

Take Me Out to the Ballgame

Trying to make it home for a home run. Read More »

Praying During a Baseball Game? Give Me a Break!

Baseball is a pure talent-based sport, all luck and no gods above helping out. Read More »

A Celestial Celebration: The Giants Win the World Series

All that noise we heard last night over New York wasn't thunder, but the sound of champagne corks popping in paradise. Read More »

Lee Surrenders Game One of the World Series

Underdog San Francisco Giants win with offense to start the 2010 World Series. Read More »