It’s hard to believe, Giants Nation. But it is time to hang the tutu up for a couple months. Our season has come to a close.
I wish I was cocky enough to claim I knew our Giants would be heading into Detroit two games up on the Tigers.
Note to Gigantes: No pressure or anything. Everybody else: You’d better be TV-side and semi-trashed by first pitch at 5:15.
How are your tickers, Giants Nation?!? Because I’m pretty sure that mine stopped a couple of times over the past few days.
If my sports-loving memory serves me right, it all started when I was about three years old.
I spent time searching for the song-and-or-lyric that could perfectly encompass the past six months for the Giants.
Shock of all shocks, Giants Nation. This little blonde writer is terrible at math. I mean, we’re talking God awful.
Wouldn’t you know it, Giants Nation? I got into a sports argument at the bar on my birthday.
As is customary around my fete d’anniversaire, we are about to start up a three-game series with the flippin’ Dodgers.
You hear that, Giants Nation? It’s the sound of September baseball calling.
When I was trying to find some good victory music to blare in the Giants’ honor, I instinctively looked for something old school.
You’re all true-bleeding Orange & Black fans, yeah? Then stop your boo-hoo-ing and continue supporting the guys.
That’s right, Giants Nation. You heard me. Right-fielder Hunter Pence has officially been dubbed The Techno Viking!
In light of a piss-poor week at the yard, I’m going to try something new: Look at the positives and into the future.
Just because the Phils stink worse than a cheesesteak left in your car for three days doesn’t mean the Orange & Black have it easy.
It’s time to look at what the Giants need to do to push towards October. So pull up that stool and let’s get down to business.
The air up here atop the NL West is mighty fresh, and our boys in orange-and-black are on a roll to keep this winning streak going.
For whatever reason, no matter how much better our record is than theirs, the A’s always seem to win against us.
Now that The Horse has a perfect game under his belt, let’s hope that cold Seattle air works a little voodoo on Tim Lincecum’s accuracy.
Are you ready for a little 2010 World Series déjà vu this weekend? We’ve got a series to
sweep win, 2010 style.