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Giants Talk: A San Francisco Giants Podcast

Alex Pavlovic, Cole Kuiper, NBC Sports Bay Area

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NBC Sports Bay Area’s Alex Pavlovic and Cole Kuiper, along with weekly appearances from Duane Kuiper, bring you comprehensive coverage of the San Francisco Giants. Don’t miss out on in-depth analysis, breaking news coverage and exclusive interviews with Giants players, coaches and front-office personnel. Giants Talk has new episodes year-round, so subscribe now for all your San Francisco Giants needs.
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Locked On Giants podcast is your daily ticket to stay ahead of the game and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info for the San Francisco Giants and Major League Baseball. Hosted by Ben Kaspick, a lifelong Giants fan and former RotoGraphs and Beyond the Box Score contributor, the Locked On Giants podcast provides your daily Giants fix with expert, local analysis, and coverage of all aspects of the Giants franchise, including game breakdowns and transactions in a data-dr ...
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The San Francisco Giants dropped the final game of their four-game series against the Arizona Diamondbacks, 5-3. With the loss, the San Francisco Giants split the series 2-2, still searching for a string of consistent wins. The bottom of the lineup for the San Francisco Giants has shown some positive signs in this series, and we saw it again today …
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The Giants bats have scratched out some runs but should winning be this hard? The brothers break down the Marlins series: The hidden closer trick! Keaton Winn with a lead! A clutch double play ... on offense?! Also, Ben gives Matthew a shoulder to cry one before shoving him in the proverbial mud. On the cocktail side of things Matthew is drinking G…
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Brandon Crawford joins Alex Pavlovic and Cole Kuiper to discuss why he signed with the Cardinals, how different it feels not being in a Giants uniform and what his MLB future could hold. Plus, Alex and Cole discuss the Giants' series win over the Marlins and preview the upcoming series against the Diamondbacks. (1:30) Giants take two of three from …
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The San Francisco Giants bounced back from their terrible loss last night with a win today over the Arizona Diamondbacks, 7-3. It was Patrick Bailey bobblehead day at Oracle Park and Patrick Bailey showed up in a big way for the San Francisco Giants, going 4-4 at the dish with a two-run splash hit. He finished a triple shy of the cycle. This might …
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The San Francisco Giants laid their biggest egg of the season exactly one day after playing their best game of the season, falling tonight to the Arizona Diamondbacks 17-1 at Oracle Park. Blake Snell has yet to look like the guy who won the Cy Young award last season, but that is to be expected as he missed all of spring training. The San Francisco…
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The San Francisco Giants started off the homestand the right way with a 5-0 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks at Oracle Park. Logan Webb was dominant on the mound, as he blanked the Arizona Diamondbacks over seven innings of work. Webb set a new career high, retiring 19 consecutive batters on his way to the win. Wilmer Flores and Mike Yastrzemski c…
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Defense has been a problem for the San Francisco Giants the past couple of seasons, and it was addressed in several ways this offseason. With that in mind, what do the early numbers say about the 2024 SF Giants' defense? Among the other questions asked and answered on today's edition of the Locked On Giants podcast are: When is the Yaz/Slater exper…
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This was a series that the San Francisco Giants really needed to win. Not necessarily in terms of making or breaking whether they'd make the playoffs, but for early-season morale. Nearly 20 games into the season, the Giants were still searching for their first series win. The Marlins, meanwhile, have been a team in free fall. And the SF Giants made…
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The San Francisco Giants won the rubber match against the Miami Marlins 3-1 on their final day of the Florida road trip. Keaton Winn has been sharp on the mound in this early season for the San Francisco Giants, and today was no different. Winn gave up only one run on four hits over six innings of work. The bullpen did their job and didn't allow a …
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The San Francisco Giants would've probably been okay had they not won last night's game, but it sure felt like a big momentum swing type of win because of he way they came back. The Giants' offense has largely struggled in the early season, and after falling behind 3-0, it seemed like the SF Giants were destined for another loss and an ugly 6-11 re…
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The San Francisco Giants picked up a much-needed win against a struggling Miami Marlins squad, 4-3. It is the San Francisco Giants fourth comeback win of the season. Kyle Harrison pitched well and picked up his second win of the season. Camillo Doval made it eventful, but he slammed the door shut in the ninth inning and earned his second save of th…
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The San Francisco Giants are not the third-worst team in the National League. Their 6-10 record may be, but the talent on the team would seem to make the SF Giants fairly easily one of the top half of teams in the NL, or at the very least middle of the pack. No, the Giants aren't off to the start they hoped for, but no, it doesn't mean these 16 gam…
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Well, Snell had another rough outing. That's ok, it's only his second start of spring. The brothers discuss this fallacy and exactly when fans are "allowed" to be frustrated by his non-competitive outings. They also discuss the up and down nature of the lineup and how no one is coming to save it. They also check in on the front end of the bullpen. …
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Alex Pavlovic and Cole Kuiper break down Blake Snell’s early season struggles, how the Giants can turn around their offensive failures with runners in scoring position and the upcoming series with the Marlins. (1:30) Giants' struggles continue versus Rays (7:10) What to make of Snell’s early struggles (14:22) How can Giants right their mistakes? (2…
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The San Francisco Giants offense showed up in a big way at Tropicana Field as they posted a season-high 11 runs in their win over the Tampa Bay Rays. Thairo Estrada, Matt Chapman, Jorge Soler, and LaMonte Wade Jr all hit home runs in this one, a welcomed sign for the San Francisco Giants who had gone seven games without a home run before today's ma…
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The San Francisco Giants lose a frustrating one one the road to the Tampa Bay Rays, falling 2-1. Tyler Fitzgerald found himself on third base as the game-tying run with less than two outs in the ninth inning, but Jung Hoo Lee and Nick Ahmed both failed to drive him in. This was the story of the whole game for the San Francisco Giants, as they were …
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The San Francisco Giants have generally struggled out of the gates, although they've had their moments. Several veteran players have yet to hit their stride at the plate, and multiple pitchers, including staff ace Logan Webb, haven't found their normal performance yet. Mike Yastrzemski and Austin Slater are often brought up as candidates to come of…
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Alex Pavlovic and Cole Kuiper break down the Giants' first homestand of the season, why some lineup tweaks could spark the offense and the plethora of stolen bases given up by San Francisco. Plus, Alex and Cole look at the in-park experience at Oracle Park and preview the upcoming series with the Rays. (1:30) Giants’ city connect jerseys still unav…
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We almost got swept by the Nationals. But we didn't! So everything's fine right? Uh, no. The brothers break down the good (Hicks! Fitzgerald!) and the bad (RISP. Snell.) of the series. And we promise there are no mentions of chicken strips at all in this episode. On the cocktail side of things Matthew is drinking a Gimlet while Ben is drinking a Fi…
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The San Francisco Giants continued to inexplicably struggle against the Washington Nationals in their latest series, losing two out of three at home. However, if you're going to win one game in a series, it's best to make it the last one—especially with a day off coming up. Jordan Hicks continued his red-hot start to the season, and his seamless tr…
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The San Francisco Giants closed out their first homestand of the season with a 7-1 win over the Washington Nationals. The seven runs the San Francisco Giants scored today marks the first time the team scratched across more than three runs at Oracle Park this season. Jordan Hicks pitched well again today, surrendering only one run on his way to his …
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Blake Snell's San Francisco Giants debut didn't go as planned. Snell himself was not at his best, although his strikeout and walk rates were roughly in line with what Giants fans should expect. But Snell threw far too many pitches and only lasted three innings, while the Nationals' pesky offense, which has haunted the Giants in recent seasons, put …
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Blake Snell's debut for the San Francisco Giants was spoiled, as they fell 8-1 to the Washington Nationals at Oracle Park. Blake Snell only lasted three innings and needed a ton of pitches to get those nine outs, surrendering three runs in the process. The San Francisco Giants offense continues to slump, especially at the bottom of the order. The S…
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It absolutely was not pretty, but the San Francisco Giants took two out of three from the Padres and ended up going 4-6 through a tough opening stretch to start the 2024 season. The Giants went 4-3 against the Padres and 0-3 against the Dodgers to start the year. In this series, despite winning two of three, the Giants made mistakes in every series…
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The brothers break down their first 2024 game at the park: Cocktails! Food! Vibes! A two hour anemic loss! This experience prompts them to break down the offensive woes and what it might mean for the roster. On the cocktail side of things Ben is drinking a Ben's Buck while Matthew is drinking a Cinnamon Daiquiri. Recipes below. Ben's Buck 2 oz Rye …
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Alex Pavlovic and Cole Kuiper break down the Giants' struggles at the plate to begin the season, what that could mean for the roster moving forward and why Jordan Hicks' start to the campaign is sustainable. Plus, Alex and Cole preview the upcoming series with the Nationals and Blake Snell's Giants debut. (1:05) Giants take two of three from Padres…
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The San Francisco Giants eighth-inning rally and great pitching fueled the club to a win over the San Diego Padres in the rubber match of this three-game series. The series win is the first for the San Francisco Giants in the 2024 MLB season. Logan Webb scattered 10 hits across seven innings of work, and limited the San Diego Padres to just two run…
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The San Francisco Giants were completely shut down by Michael King and the San Diego Padres, falling 4-0 tonight at Oracle Park. The home loss is the San Francisco Giants' first of the season, and marks their first shutout as well. Keaton Winn pitched well despite surrendering four runs, but the San Francisco Giants' bats were quiet all night long.…
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The San Francisco Giants took down the San Diego Padres in dramatic fashion, as Thairo Estrada laced a double off the wall to score Matt Chapman for a walk-off win in the San Francisco Giants home opener. Jordan Hicks continued to dazzle on the mound as he set a new career high with seven inning pitched and only surrendered one run. The San Francis…
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The San Francisco Giants had a nice opening series against the Padres, splitting the four-game set while exhibiting strong offense and starting pitching performances (outside of the blowout finale). Now, the Giants and Padres are set to meet again as the SF Giants kick off their home schedule. Locked On Giants and Locked On Padres recap the series …
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The San Francisco Giants' 2024 season started out promisingly with the Giants winning two of their first three games. The Giants were then blown out in the series finale in San Diego, and ultimately swept in LA by the absolutely loaded Dodgers. The SF Giants lost three winnable games on this trip: Opening Day (when they took a lead into the bottom …
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Alex Pavlovic and Cole Kuiper break down the Giants' start to the season, some concerns they see from Mike Yastrzemski-Austin Slater platoon and the team trading Joey Bart to the Pirates. Then, Duane Kuiper stops by to discuss San Francisco’s “really good” playoff chances and share some bold predictions for the season. (1:05) Dodgers sweep Giants i…
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OK, look, we all knew this could happen. And it did. So we're going to talk about it. While drinking. The boys are discussing the Dodgers series and if it matters as much as it hurts. Also, they're checking in on the bullpen. Were the reports of a dumpster fire just a bunch of smoke? In the lightning round: Should Soler be hitting lower in the line…
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The San Francisco Giants were swept by the Los Angeles Dodgers in a three game series to close out their first road trip of the season. Kyle Harrison was wild on the mound for the San Francisco Giants, but he still managed to work through constant runners on base with minimal damage. Ultimately, the Dodgers murderers row of a lineup was too much fo…
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A role reversal in Los Angeles added up to the San Francisco Giants' third straight loss on this season-opening Southern California road trip. Logan Webb was touched up by the Dodgers' potent lineup, and this time it was the SF Giants' bullpen that pitched well. The Giants needed a better start from Webb in order to win, but it was a good sign to s…
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Teams playing the 2024 Dodgers basically have to play perfectly in order to win. In the San Francisco Giants' first game against the rival Dodgers this season, the Giants did not play perfectly and so they lost. The Giants stranded a ton of baserunners and were sorely lacking the big hit. The SF Giants' bullpen continued to struggle overall, with y…
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The San Francisco Giants fell to the Los Angeles Dodgers 8-3 after an offensive explosion from Mookie Betts and company was too much for the San Francisco Giants to overcome. Keaton Winn drew the start and pitched well, but the bullpen couldn't hold the Los Angeles Dodgers within striking distance while the Los Angeles Dodgers bullpen shut down the…
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With one series the the books, the San Francisco Giants held their own in hostile territory, splitting a four-game series with the San Diego Padres despite being blown out in the series finale. The offense showed up for the most part, and Logan Webb, Kyle Harrison, and Jordan Hicks—the starters for the first three games—each gave the Giants an exce…
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The Good, the bad, and the ugly: the boys are discussing everything about the opening weekend. First they discuss which players impressed them the most. (Chapman! Lee! Hicks! Conforto?!) Then they wallow in the less impressive outings. (Soler. Jackson. Jeffries?!) Then they discuss the ugly ending to the Joey Bart saga. Also, should Soler be hittin…
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Alex Pavlovic and Laura Britt discuss what the future could hold for Joey Bart after the Giants decided to designate the former first-round pick for assignment, and the main takeaways from San Francisco's series split in San Diego. Plus, they wrap the podcast by previewing the upcoming Dodgers series and look ahead at potential pitching matchups. (…
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The San Francisco Giants never had a real shot in this one as they trailed the San Diego Padres by 12 runs before they were able to scratch their first run across the plate, ultimately falling to the NL West rival. Daulton Jefferies drew the start for the San Francisco Giants and never found his footing on the mound, as he lasted just two innings a…
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The San Francisco Giants took down the San Diego Padres today 9-6 on the strength of multiple home runs and excellent starting pitching. Michael Conforto continued his hot streak with a grand slam, and Jung Hoo Lee collected his first major league home run. Jordan Hicks looked electric in his first start with the San Francisco Giants, showcasing mu…
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The San Francisco Giants picked up their first win of the 2024 season with a 8-3 victory over the San Diego Padres. Starting pitcher Kyle Harrison was locked in during this early season matchup as he surrendered just two runs over six stellar inning pitched. Newcomer Matt Chapman went deep twice and plated five runs, leading the Giants offense. But…
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The San Francisco Giants fell to the Padres on Opening Day, but there were real positives to take away from the game. Logan Webb shook off a horrid spring and had a fantastic first start of the season, pitching six innings and allowing just two runs. The SF Giants' offense and defense flashed signs of life as well, with Matt Chapman, Nick Ahmed, an…
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