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WBC – Puerto Rico vs. Japan – Game

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Angel Pagan celebrates

Puerto Rico defeated Japan 3-1 in tonight’s Semi Final match up.  Both teams drew passionate fans and the Giants’ own Angel Pagan went 2 for 5 for victorious team Puerto Rico.  They will return on Tuesday for the Championship game against the winner of tomorrow night’s game between the Netherlands and Dominican Republic.

Click here to check out all the information on the Championship Rounds.


Keep It Going

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Melk is delivered in St. Louis

With the Phillies not selling their game out tonight your Giants now have the second longest sellout streak in Major League Baseball!  At home or on the road, Giants fans come out and show why they are the best in baseball – THANK YOU!

An All Star Thank You

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Pablo Sandoval, Matt Cain and Melky Cabrera thank 4 Superfans

Never before has one fan base so powerfully demonstrated their might to elect their players into the starting line up, nor has any single team dominated the Game quite like the Giants did this year.  Simply put, your votes played a very distinct role in helping the NL win this game.  As NL All-Star Ryan Braun put it, “Whoever ends up in the World Series (from the National League) should thank everybody in Giants Nation for their votes.”  Last Friday night we asked 4 superfans, Luis, Kevin, Michael and Tyler (representing the Melkmen) to join our All-Stars on the field and receive jersey’s signed by all the 2012 Giants All-Stars.

ASG – Work Out & Home Run Derby

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Melky Cabrera watches the Home Run Derby

The excitement continues to build to the All Star Game tomorrow.  This afternoon the American and National League Teams worked out in the afternoon, then watched Price Fielder win his second Home Run Derby in 4 years.

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