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Giants conclude regular season against Dodgers

The San Francisco Giants are back in Los Angeles to take on the rival Dodgers in their final regular season series of the year.

Giants Vs. Astros, Series Preview: San Francisco Begins 6-Game Road Trip In Houston

The Giants head to Houston to take on the scuffling Astros, looking to keep their cushion over the Dodgers intact.

Giants Vs. Dodgers, Series Preview: Battle For 1st Place Comes To AT&T Park

Can the Giants orchestrate another sweep in China Basin?

Giants Vs. Diamondbacks, MLB Scores: Pablo Sandoval, Brett Pill HR's Not Enough, Giants Fall 5-4

Two-run homers from Pablo Sandoval and Brett Pill would prove not enough as the Giants fell to the D-backs 5-4 Saturday afternoon.

2012 NL West Preview: Can The Giants Take Back The NL West Crown?

Can the Giants return to the playoffs in 2012? It certainly won't be a cake walk...

Season Preview: Los Angeles Dodgers

It’s no mystery that the Frank McCourt debacle played a heavy role in how the Los Angeles Dodgers finished (82-79) last year. Sure they had a winning record, but they were capable of so much more. Manager Don Mattingly has done a great job, despite the outside influences, in crafting a winning ballclub. He has helped center fielder Matt Kemp find his game again and did he ever. Kemp hit .324/.399/.586 with 39 home runs, 126 RBI and 40 stolen bases, but was absolutely robbed of a MVP trophy despite nearly winning the vaunted Triple Crown.

Season Preview: San Diego Padres

After finishing 90-72 and behind the World Series Champions San Francisco Giants in 2010, the Padres followed that up with a disappointing 71-91 mark and a dead last finish in 2011. The team traded away star first baseman Adrian Gonzalez to the Red Sox for first baseman Anthony Rizzo, pitcher Casey Kelly, and outfielder Reymond Fuentes who were considered the first, third, and eighteenth-best prospect in the system, respectively. As indicated by their record the team as a whole struggled, especially at the dish where they ranked dead last in batting average and slugging percentage, and 15th in on-base percentage. Their most consistent hitter was 3B Chase Headley (.289/.374/.399) who swatted four home runs, drove in 44 runs and stole 13 bases.

2011 MLB Winter Meetings: Brian Sabean And The Giants' Quest For The Playoffs

What's in store for the Giants at this year's Winter Meetings?

Bill Neukom Stepping Down as Giants CEO

Current Giants CEO Bill Neukom will be asked to step down from his position from the team by the team's executive committee, according to sources.

Giants vs. Diamondbacks, Series Preview: Crucial NL West Series Could Make or Break Giants Season

As the Giants host the D'backs for a three game set, there's no time to lose to start getting hot again.

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