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Looks like WS hats are on sale....but not the ones I was hoping for.
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What's 1.21 gigawatts to a McFly like me. Can you please remind me?
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post #243 of 9789


Another shot of Timmy with short hair
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Dammit. I cant make Loki jokes/references anymore.
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Anyone going Fanfest tomorrow?
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pimp.gif bobblehead giveaway this year are 40,000
post #247 of 9789
No fanfest this year, taking a trip to Reno instead.
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Already a line forming eek.gif
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got work smh
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post #250 of 9789
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Looks like WS hats are on sale....but not the ones I was hoping for.

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post #251 of 9789
Sorry man I really can't remember right now. My bad for not posting a link at the time I posted that.

And I'd like to go to FanFest but I'm afraid I'll be waiting hours in line.
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JGL is that you
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I crossed the street with Kuip laugh.gifpimp.gif
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Did he hold your hand and look both ways before crossing?
...and the Golden State would never paper hate...
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post #255 of 9789
laugh.gif c'mon man
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mean.gif @ the line the night before I was listening to Ray Woodson Friday night though he was joking about the line.
post #257 of 9789
drove by ATT around 7am saturday and there were already a ton of people there lol
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post #258 of 9789
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Michael Bourn agrees to four-year, $48M deal with Indians
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Giants sign Angel Pagan to four-year, $40M deal

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post #259 of 9789
As was being discussed on Twitter - that deal wasn't available in December. The spread was probably a few million more per year. It decreased as time went on.
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Michael Bourn agrees to four-year, $48M deal with Indians
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Giants sign Angel Pagan to four-year, $40M deal


Regardless if the Bourn deal wasnt available when we signed Pagan, this Indians signing is making the Pagan signing look horrendous. SMH.
post #261 of 9789
That's how it LOOKS, however, in reality the Giants opted to reward a guy who helped get it done versus taking chances on the open market.

Say someone bid up Pagan even more so by way of years or $, then the Giants are looking for a CF as are a couple of other teams. They then need to compete financially for an unknown with Borris as one's agent no less.

Sometimes it's best to hedge and to me, and I'm not even a huge Pagan fan, I think it was worth it.

Will we say that in the next couple of years? Eh who knows, but by comparison Bourn tapered off considerably in the last few months of the season too.
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post #262 of 9789
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Shane Victorino got $39M over three years, making the Pagan deal look good.
post #263 of 9789
Anyone going to Spring Training this year?
post #264 of 9789
Probably not this year. Would love, but would need to make it a weekend trip. Too much travel this year coming up to try and pack another one in.
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Anchor Brewing Eyes Expansion Next to AT&T Park

Novato resident and Anchor CEO Keith Greggor says Mission Rock development will quadruple company's beer output and increase ties with S.F. Giants.







The relationship between the San Francisco Giants and Anchor Brewing Company is about to get tighter — sort of like the telepathic connection between pitcher Matt Cain and catcher Buster Posey during a perfect game.

According to a company release, San Francisco-based Anchor will be the first tenant for the Giants' Mission Rock waterfront development just steps away from AT&T Park.

Anchor, based at a plant on Potrero Hill a few miles to the south, will build a production-distribution facility on what is now Pier 48 — right next to the Willie McCovey statue. It will have a restaurant, museum and other public attractions.

Anchor, which has a popular booth at the ballpark, will keep its facility on Mariposa street and use the 212,000-square-foot Mission Rock space to quadruple its beer output from 120,000 to 600,000 barrels a year.

"This is big news for us. We can now further expand our domestic market and open up new international markets," said CEO and co-owner Keith Greggor, a Novato resident. "It's also a huge commitment to San Francisco."

The Huffington Post covered the unveiing of the development's plan in April 2012. San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee said Mission Rock would be one of the largest urban mixed-use projects in America.

"(It) will become an enormous economic boost for our city," said Lee in a release at the time. "It will create thousands of construction and permanent jobs and hundreds of millions of dollars in tax revenues while creating much-needed housing and open space for a growing neighborhood and office space for companies starting or expanding in San Francisco."

Anchor, best known for its signature steam beer, has been made in the city since 1896, and Anchor Brewing has already called six San Francisco locations home, Greggor said in the release.

“It is believed that 'Anchor' was chosen as the brewery name for its indirect, but powerful allusion to the booming Port of San Francisco," he said. "We’re excited to bring Anchor to our first waterfront home at Pier 48.”

The 27-acre Mission Rock complex is to include office space, retail locations and 1,500 apartments. There will be outdoor park space with a boardwalk, small cafes and an open space that will accommodate 5,000 people for festivals, events and outdoor movie nights, according to the Huffington Post story.

Construction should start in late 2014 if plans are approved by various government agencies.
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post #267 of 9789
Have been wanting and hoping for a Yardhouse to open up near the park, but this will due juuuust fine. smokin.gif
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That looks amazing!
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DLand might not make into the gate for a game at this rate.
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