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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Is Bumgarner the Giants’ Barry Bonds 2.0 for 2010s? #PEDs

Now in his sixth Giants season, one who think someone like Bumgarner, 27, would be able to control his temper and emotions for the sake of the team.   Here Bumgarner enticing rival Yasiel Puig into a scrum after inciting him ‘What are you looking at?’ rather than going about his business   Bumgarner the Barry Bonds of 2010’s ? #PEDs   – He’s the top player on the team – His numbers are often super-human, especially ( for Bumgarner ) every post-season – He’s got plenty of attitude, which can affect team players, manager and opponents; now  other teams can’t wait to beat him  with team players less wanting to support him .  –...

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#SFGiants Unlikely Pitching Velocity Increases, Hitters’ Homeruns

#SFGiants Pitchers Bumgarner, Vogelsong, Heston Improve Velocity Each Year   Seems like whenever the Giants go on one of their prolonged losing streaks or whenever a pitcher has had a bad game or two, they/ he turn it around at will.  Latest most extreme example is Ryan Vogelsong, who had come off a bad May after a good April. Just when the Giants were having one of their worst streaks mid-June (losing a historic eight in a row at home), the 37 year old vogelsong suddenly turns up the juice against Seattle and throws six shut out innings.  Even the announcers noted  the surprising velocity spurt to 93 mph on many of Vogelsong’s pitches...

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