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The return of Doug’s Bullpen Trust Power Rankings coincided with an historic yet confounding season that saw the Giants’ bullpen pitch a franchise-record 650 innings, besting their previous record of 623.2 innings pitched, which they hit last year. Before that, you’d have to go all the way back to the pre-pandemic days to find any other season in w…
 
In the penultimate episode of the Chroncast's sixth season, McCovey Chronicles' managing editor, Brady Klopfer, takes time out of his busy schedule to discuss the season that was and the breaking baseball news that is. The Bruce Bochy era in San Francisco had run its course -- is there still a chance for him to have a positive new experience in Tex…
 
After a two and a half year hiatus, this podcast returned just in time for the Giants to have what Bryan calls an "oatmeal season." As bland as it was, Doug manages to point out some of the raisins for the raisin-lovers out there while Bryan calls into question why it even has to be oatmeal. And now to ditch this sweaty metaphor. There were certain…
 
The most difficult part of the Giants' fart season of 2022 has been the developing story of the farm system's lack of star power development in the upper minors. This week, Bryan and Doug are joined by former McCovey Chronicles contributor, Roger Munter, who now runs his own site about the Giants minor leagues, and he has a lot to say about the sta…
 
After a 6-1 week that clinched the Sound Sabermetric Principles record of 75 wins, Bryan and Doug discuss what made those wins just so special: Brandon Crawford, defensive wizard. They also get into the slightly bigger news of the week: Buster Posey is a half billionaire and bought into the Giants' ownership group. Their GM also departed for Detroi…
 
The Giants sure did have a lot of off-field news this past week on their way to clinching their worst record against the Dodgers in a season since moving to San Francisco. Zack Littell v. Gabe Kapler seems like so long ago! The Giants actually won two out of three games to start the week, even. But it's hard to look at the good when the Dodgers are…
 
Just to get this out of the way up top: Bryan and Doug make NO MENTION of Barry Zito's pitch count in our 109th episode of the show, mainly because it's unclear to Bryan if this even is the 109th episode, what with all the wonderful Happy Hours Sami did or the Untitled Prospects Podcast with Roger that were done, so, please just be aware of that. B…
 
The Chroncast returns from the Labor Day Weekend to find the Giants having ended their seven-game losing streak with a four-game winning streak, which may or may not have continued heading into the recording of this episode (an hour before first pitch of last night's Giants-Dodgers game). Bryan and Doug both express their hopes for the rest of the …
 
No reasonable person expected the Giants to radically change direction after their historic 2021 season, but no reasonable person should be expected to consider this year anything other than frustrating and disappointing. And since Farhan Zaidi is a reasonable person, he agrees! In a recent interview with Tim Kawakami of The Athletic, Zaidi went th…
 
A 60-61 Giants squad is not one to get too excited about. Maybe not even one to crack a smile over. And certainly not one to believe has even the ~3.5% odds of making the postseason, according to some sources. Instead, it's just a team to watch because we like watching baseball, and for most of us the Giants were are portal into the professional ga…
 
The 2012 World Series team reunion this past weekend got Bryan and Doug thinking: was this actually the best team of the Giants' early 10s dynasty? So many memories from start to finish and a series of redemptive stories throughout the postseason -- maybe it has been unfairly minimized as the dynasty's middle child. Meanwhile, in the present day, B…
 
First off, hat tip to Crazy Crabbers (and Duane Kuiper) for inspiring this episode's title, which tracks the moves the Giants made at the 2022 deadline. Did they do enough to make the final two months of this season more interesting and/or set themselves up to be more interesting in the next couple of seasons? Bryan and Doug have answers to both! D…
 
For years Bryan has said that the Giants have reached the end of the line with a core group of players. Is this finally the year when he's right? The Giants don't seem to be firmly in the buy or sell camp, but given the dismaying results from the farm system, surely, obviously, they must be sellers looking to add some near-ML talent, right? RIGHT? …
 
Let's ignore for the moment that the Giants are 16.5 games and $100+ million in payroll behind the Dodgers and focus on the clearer fact that they're just 48-47 with 67 to play. Oh sure, they could definitely go 37-30 and hope that 85-77 is enough to get into the playoffs, but does that seem probable even if it's plausible? Bryan thinks that with C…
 
The Giants had a stellar week with at least one historic highlight, but was it all just a blip in a rudderless season or evidence of the good team they've actually been all along? Bryan and Doug discuss some surprising numbers that describe a different team than the one that's just on the outside of the playoffs looking in. And after that first hal…
 
Can you believe we've done 100 episodes of this podcast? Oh sure, the network has expanded at times to include Sami's wonderful Happy Hour, our unnamed prospect podcast with Roger (RIP to both), but the pure, rambling Chroncast celebrates it's 100th episode by celebrating the trio of Giants' All-Stars recognized this past week by the industry: Joc …
 
This week, Bryan and Doug escape from the suck vortex that was the past week of Giants Baseball (1-4) to rank the trustworthiness of the bullpen arms after their middling June performances. Last month, the lists were split on who was number one -- does that trend continue? Do you agree with the rankings? Login and comment below! Also, Doug gives so…
 
When last the McCovey Chroncast covered the Major League Giants (check out our minor league episode with Roger Munter last week), the Giants had just swept the Dodgers. Did they carry that moment into the past two weeks of games? They did not! The defense has been unflinchingly terrible for a pitching staff designed around having an at least averag…
 
For years, Roger Munter paired with your morning cup of coffee through Minor Lines on McCovey Chronicles, covering every game in the team's minor league system the night before. Now, he's writing and podcasting about the team's system in his newsletter, There R Giants. He joins Bryan and Doug on this week's special episode to talk about the Giants'…
 
Doug returns from vacation just in time to witness the Giants pitch their first shutout of the season: a game that secured a weekend sweep of the loathsome Dodgers. What was the best part of it besides everything? Bryan and Doug break it down. They also answer your Twitter questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoi…
 
The Giants finished off their 10-game road trip with a 4-3 week. A couple of bullpen meltdowns cost them a more successful trip. To talk about that "mid" week is guest co-host Kenny Kelly, formerly of Beyond the Box Score and McCovey Chronicles! He gets roped into talking about the sequels to last week's big stories: the Kapler protest and the Fant…
 
Joc Pederson made a lot of loud contact this week thanks to Barry Bonds’ hitting advice and Tommy Pham’s gambling hand, which made for a lot of entertainment off the field when the Giants weren’t being very good on it. Bryan and Doug determine the key lessons to learn from both incidents. They also talk a bit about Gabe Kapler’s protest of the nati…
 
*Of course* Bryan and Doug are going to talk about that wild Juan Soto trade article that floated around earlier in the week, but only briefly, because we know you've already heard about it and read about it. Guess which side Bryan takes in the pro/con debate. Would you agree with his argument, even a little? The Chroncasters (is that a good label …
 
This week's episode was recorded before the end of the drubbing by the Cardinals, so there's no talk of pitcher Luis Gonzalez or pitcher Albert Pujols. BUT! Bryan and Doug do talk about Mauricio Dubon's Giants tenure and the other trades the team made over the past week, a subject nearly as entertaining as that ninth inning in St. Louis... They als…
 
The Giants went 2-4, which is not great, but they did celebrate the legacy of Buster Posey, which is beyond great. Still, in losing four out of six, Bryan and Doug were reminded that there are a quite a lot of players on the Dodgers and Cardinals they simply do not like, and they don't think they're alone in disliking quite a lot of players on the …
 
We've dusted off our microphones to bring back the McCovey Chronicles podcast, the McCovey Chroncast. Bryan Murphy (no, not the one from radio) and Doug Bruzzone just couldn't stay away from talking about their favorite baseball team. This marks our 90th episode of the show after a 28-month absence. Quite a lot has happened during that time and aft…
 
Eric Stephen (True Blue LA) and Brady Klopfer (McCovey Chronicles) go head-to-head in SB Nation's special preview of the Giants-Dodgers NLDS showdown! Presented by T-Mobile Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices저자 SB Nation
 
Talent from all around SB Nation come together to preview the MLB NL Playoffs as John Stolnis, Brady Klopfer and Kris Willis debate all the biggest topics and make their predictions! Presented by T-Mobile Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices저자 SB Nation
 
MLB great John Kruk joins Sam Wilson, John Stolnis, Brady Klopfer and a host of community guests from around SB Nation to watch the 2021 MLB Home Run Derby! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices저자 SB Nation
 
SB Nation’s all-star cast (Sam Wilson, John Stolnis, Eric Stephen and guest Jeremy Brener) breaks down everything that happened in the 1st round of the 2021 MLB Draft! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices저자 SB Nation
 
SB Nation welcomes you to it’s coverage of the 2021 MLB All-Star Week, powered by T-Mobile! On today’s episode, Sam Wilson, John Stolnis, and Brady Klopfer break down the rosters, set the state of the league, discuss trade rumors PLUS Talking Chop's Demetrius Bell joins the show to talk about the move from Georgia to Colorado! Learn more about your…
 
The San Francisco Giants had a historic trip to Coors Field, beating the Colorado Rockies 23-5 in the first game of a two-game series. But after blowing a lead in the second game, they settled for a series split. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices저자 SB Nation
 
The San Francisco Giants and Arizona Diamondbacks played a three-game series from Aug. 28 - Aug. 30. They lost the series opener, but won the series 2-1. The bullpen excelled, as did Evan Longoria, Brandon Belt, and Wilmer Flores. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices저자 SB Nation
 
You might know D.B. best Baseball Twitter’s Chief Spoonerizer, and it’s in this same spirit that they’ve written a book, Hall of Name: Baseball’s Most Magnificent Monikers from “The Only Nolan” to “Van Lingle Mungo’ and More, which we talk about in a fun, quick chat. We also revisit some of the best spoonerisms out there, our favorite Simpsons epis…
 
What’s in store for the sport as the 21st century marches on? How has the present evolution complicated analyzing a sport where grown men wear pajamas? What’s the next market inefficiency? What kind of person keeps change in their wallet? Craig answers all these questions and more with unflinching kindness and a surprising amount of grace. A fair w…
 
Hi! This will be the final Chroncast with Bryan & co. There will be a few more episodes to end the year, including an interview with author D.B. Firstman, Craig Goldstein (EIC of Baseball Prospectus), and a final prospects podcast with Roger before . . . it all goes away. If you saw the news, SB Nation will be converting management of its Californi…
 
At long last, the site's founder returns to talk about the state of the Giants, the state of the game, and the state of the site. This was recorded Tuesday evening just before the Gerrit Cole deal broke, but the conversation is pretty evergreen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Bryan and Sami talk about everything that went down at Gabe Kapler's introduction to Giants fans and suggest how it might've gone better. They also venture a guess at what the offseason will be like before getting into the big transactions of the week: Will Smith's contract with Atlanta and Madison Bumgarner's free agency. Learn more about your ad …
 
This week, Sami conned our fearless leader into being on the podcast. She put him through his paces with the usual questions so that you guys can get to know him a bit more and we talked about what it’s been like for him since taking over the site. They also talked about the Giants, where Sami got Bryan’s take on the season that was (so far), what …
 
This week, Sami was joined by none other than Kenny Kelly, of our own staff as they discuss the normal fare, such as what Kenny would do as commissioner for a day (spoiler: he would have a busy day) as well as Kenny’s take on the current Giants season. Then they dig in on some not so expected topics, such as the concept of the five-star review syst…
 
The Giants' 4-2 week featured more standout performances from surprising sources. Will Farhan Zaidi continue to turn over the roster in search of the new high performer? Meanwhile, Sami joins Bryan to discuss the new community guidelines that went into effect this week as well as the constant undercurrent of discontent in the fan base on the subjec…
 
Jason Pennini of the website Prospects Live joins Roger and Bryan to give his scouting reports on some of the Giants’ best and brightest talent at their lowest level, the Arizona League. It’s not all about Marco Luciano, but it’s also not-not about Marco Luciano for a nice chunk of it; but, he also has more information than you’re likely to see any…
 
n this week’s episode, Sami was joined by Allison McCague. Allison covers the Mets over at SBNation’s Amazin’ Avenue and is a legit scientist. They talked about, you guessed it, the Mets (and some science!) and the general incompetence of the owners of the team. They discussed the moves made (and not made) at the trade deadline and how that sets th…
 
It might take us a while to figure out just how the new front office managed to revamp the existing farm system without razing it, but here we are with a revamped Giants farm system and with most of the high profile names still very much of a high profile. Joey Bart! Heliot Ramos! They've even been joined by some new names, some of whom were acquir…
 
It was one of the busiest trade deadlines in Giants history and it didn't involve the two biggest names on the roster. Just exactly how did Farhan Zaidi get the Braves to take on all of Mark Melancon's contract? Who did the Giants get in exchange for Melancon, Sam Dyson, Drew Pomeranz, and Ray Black? Join Bryan and Doug as they go over all that and…
 
Sami is joined by Sam Bradfield who is the assistant editor covering the Colorado Rockies over at Purple Row. For transparency’s sake, this was recorded last Friday night, so it will not involve any news that may have broken between then and now. Sam talks about how growing up in both cities has given her her dual loyalties for the Rockies and divi…
 
This week, Sami and Brady have a conversation about the Giants recent stretch of wins, what the team should do about the trade deadline, and how the Giants are bringing the fun back to baseball in a way that’s been missing since the 2016 season. Brady breaks down the NBA G-League and talks about some of the wild times that take place at the NBA Sum…
 
This week, Sami is joined by friend of the site Carmen Kiew, who wrote for us last season. Carmen takes some time out of her very busy schedule to talk about the Home Run Derby, the likelihood of trades for Giants players currently on the chopping block, and Carmen tells us why Duane Kuiper makes sure that she carries honey mustard in her bag (swag…
 
In this week's episode, we take a look at what Bart and Ramos's performance at the Futures Game "means" for the Giants' system, the unique quality of the excitement surrounding Marco Luciano -- and how to properly say his name -- and the recent international signings the Giants made. We still don't have a title! Send us your suggestions! @mcchronca…
 
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