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Can the Giants make one last run?

Did you ever have a year so bad you wish you could just pretend it didn’t happen? The year just completed — 2017 — was kind of like that for the San Francisco Giants. And while it’s not possible for them to have their 98-loss

Hall of Fame umpire Doug Harvey dies at 87

VISALIA, Calif. — Doug Harvey was so sure of his calls on the diamond that he ended every game the same way. Following the last out, the umpire took his wad of chewing tobacco and flung it on home plate. “I never did have any

Adrian Gonzalez reaches agreement with New York Mets

Adrian Gonzalez has agreed to a deal with the New York Mets pending a physical, according to ESPN and multiple reports. It’s the second significant move this week for the Mets, who brought back free-agent outfielder Jay Bruce on a three-year, $39 million contract Wednesday.

San Diego Padres reach 3-year extension with closer Brad Hand

Closer Brad Hand has agreed to a three-year extension with the San Diego Padres on Saturday, according to multiple reports. The deal, first reported by The Athletic, includes a club option for a fourth season. The left-handed Hand had 21 saves with a 2.16 ERA