Champion Giants won't fly under radar any more

San Francisco, CA — No one expected one inning of runs to start the National League Championship Series. But as they say in the Majors, "that's just baseball"! Two starting pitchers ended their nights early and the starting pitching rotation for the

The Giants (4-2) are not only back, the target on their backs may be even bigger after a dominating 26-3 win Sunday over the San Francisco 49ers, a team that many felt were the Super Bowl favorite in the NFC. At the least, the Giants made an enormous

Of the questionable starters who played, the Giants received a mixed bag. TE Martellus Bennett (knee) played 57 snaps (88%) on offense and 8 plays on special teams (29%). He was targeted only twice in the game, catching

Alex Smith and the 49ers will play host to the New York Giants on Sunday in a rematch of last season's NFC Championship game. (Peter Read Miller/SI). When you look back on the New York Giants' run to a Super Bowl title

First off, I'm not saying that all pitchers who pile up big regular season innings are candidates for playoff fatigue–the names Justin Verlander, CC Sabathia, Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling come to mind. And clearly, the Giants in 2010 had several

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