How Do Lackluster SF Giants Keep Winning in Post-Season with Bumgarner ‘One Man Wrecking Crew’ ? #Steroids

How Is Bumgarner ‘One Man Wrecking Crew’ Enough for Lackluster Giants To Keep Winning In Post-Season #steroids          ‘He (Madison Bumgarner)  has now pitched in eight postseason road games. The Giants have won all eight of them. He has worked 53⅔ innings in those eight games. The opposition has scored a total of three earned runs. And he has faced 24 hitters with runners in scoring position in those postseason road games. The next hit he allows will be his first. Yeah, really.’ -Jason Stark , ESPN commentary 10-6-16  This after Bumgarner  could barely win a  game the second half with a near 5.00 ERA The Giants can’t be called anything but lackluster –...

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Are #SFGiants / Any Team Really ‘Designed’ for Post-Season? Is Bumgarner All-Time Greatest? #Cheat Sheet

Is Bumgarner All-Time Greatest or Something Else Going On As Giants Do Their  Post-Season Thing? #SFGiants #Cheat   Nobody has ever done what Madison Bumgarner has done in the history of baseball.  He has the lowest post-season  road ERA (0.6) of anybody and he hasn’t lost a game in seven tries.  His home record isn’t much different, too.  And, it’s come consistently in the Giants World Series years of 2010, 12 and 14.  In 2014, Bumgarner was literally a one man wrecking crew  during the post-season, not only starting but relieving – and hitting – while racking up unheard-of number of  innings. Are Giants / Any Team Really ‘Designed’ for Post-Season? Is Bumgarner All-Time...

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HOW UNDERDOG #SFGIANTS KEEP COMING BACK IN POST-SEASONS 2010, 2012, 2014 -2016? #PEDs

  Giants Back At IT – Four ‘Even’ Years Running… WHY UNDER-DOG SF GIANTS KEEP MAKING/WINNING PLAYOFFS, WORLD SERIES’ 2010, 2012, 2014 #PEDs      They may have waited until the last week of September and first of October, but the San Francisco Giants appear to be back at it, once again sneaking into the playoff picture as the last Wild Card in the National League. After the most dreadful half season in Giants history – or in baseball history of the last fifty years – the Giants are suddenly  winning again, gaining their only their second series sweep  since the July All Star break, this against the division-leading Los Angeles Dodgers, to close out...

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FREE E-book Bonus: FOUR HIDDEN REASONS #Baseball #GIANTS STOPPED WINNING IN SECOND HALF #PEDs

FREE! HEAR VIN SCULLY’S LAST GAMES SIMULCAST ON ALL THESE STATIONS + #SFGiants will pay tribute to Vin Scully during his final game (Oct. 2) by switching to his call of third inning on CSN Bay Area and KNBR.   FREE Bonus E-book Chapter (MORE GIANT SHADOWS):  UNPRECEDENTED  DECLINE –  FROM FIRST TO WORST Why #Baseball #Giants Stopped Winning in Second Half 2016 #PEDs        The San Francisco Giants, you may have heard, have not had a good second half. At the All-Star break, they were 57-33. That was the best record in baseball, three games ahead of the Cubs. Since then, they are 25-41. That’s not the worst record in baseball—the existence of the Minnesota...

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