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Jeff Samardzija settling in with Giants

Arguably the most common reaction when it was announced over the offseason that the San Francisco Giants had brought starter Jeff Samardzija into the fold was that of confusion. Just one month earlier, Samardzija headed into the offseason as an unrestricted free agent and was coming off one of the roughest stretches in his career. In his 2015 season with the White Sox, the Indiana...
Via Today's Knuckleball
22 hours ago

Jeff Samardzija Broke His Bat Over His Knee, Overshadowing Fantastic Outing

Jeff Samardzija didn’t have a lot to be upset about Tuesday night. The San Francisco Giants pitcher had hsi best start of the season against the Cincinnati Reds, going eight innings, allowing one run on three hits and striking out nine. However, what Samardzija did at the plate is overshadowing the fine work “Shark” did on the mound. That’s because the 31-year-old let his...
Via NESN.com
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Giants hurler Jeff Samardzija destroys his bat after striking out

San Francisco flamethrower Jeff Samardzija is used to breaking opposing hitters' bats with his nasty stuff. But on Tuesday the 6-6 righty splintered his own bat over his knee after striking out in the eighth inning.Samardzija can't be too made with the overall result as he struck out nine in eight innings in the Giants' 3-1 win as he improved to 4-1. Samardzija, who played football...
Via Fox Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Jeff Samardzija destroys bat after striking out

Jeff Samardzija likes to strike out batters, but really does not like when he’s at the plate and suffers the same fate. Pitchers hate striking out against opposing pitchers, and Samardzija showed that during Tuesday’s game against the Reds. He struck out in the eighth inning, and was pretty upset about it, so he broke his bat over his knee. Samardzija had nothing to be upset...
Via The Sports Daily
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Jeff Samardzija breaks bat with leg, Reds with arm

The Shark went eight strong innings, and Buster Posey roped three doubles to beat the Reds, 3-1. Two guys are sitting at a bar, watching Tuesday night's game. They're watching Jeff Samardzija pitch, throwing 95 with ease and reaching back for more when he needs it. They're watching hitters flail and come up empty. First guy says, "See that guy? They're paying him $90 million dollars...
Via McCovey Chronicles
1 day ago

Lamb goes six strong in 2016 debut, Giants beat Reds 3-1

CINCINNATI (AP) -- Jeff Samardzija went eight innings to win his third straight start -- a career first -- and the San Francisco Giants rallied for two runs in the eighth inning against the Reds' historically bad bullpen for a 3-1 victory Tuesday night.Cincinnati's bullpen gave up at least one run for the 21st consecutive game, surpassing the 2013 Colorado Rockies for the major league...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Giants rally for 3-1 win against Reds' record-bad bullpen

CINCINNATI (AP) Jeff Samardzija went eight innings to win his third straight start - a career first - and the San Francisco Giants rallied for two runs in the eighth inning against the Reds' historically bad bullpen for a 3-1 victory Tuesday night. Cincinnati's bullpen gave up at least one run for the 21st consecutive game, surpassing the 2013 Colorado Rockies for the major league...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Superb Samardzija leads Giants to victory

Jeff Samardzija pitched eight stellar innings and got picked up by another Reds bullpen stumble with two Giants runs in the top of the eighth for a 3-1 victory Tuesday.
Via Giants.com
1 day ago

Worth every penny: Cueto and Samardzija are keeping the Giants afloat

No team spent as many free agent dollars on their rotation as the Giants did this past winter, and no team had as many questions about their rotation when spring training started either. The guys the Giants spent big for – Johnny Cueto and Jeff Samardzija – both had serious question marks. Talented pitchers, yes, but both were coming off of sub-par years that left doubt as to...
Via The Outside Corner
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Jeff Samardzija gives harsh explanation for why he left Cubs

San Francisco Giants pitcher Jeff Samardzija was one of the mainstays of the Chicago Cubs during their more recent lean years. Now, he admits that he’d have stayed if he could have seen their renaissance coming, but simply got tired of being fed promises about the future. “If I had a fortune teller, I probably would have stayed,” Samardzija told Bob Nightengale of USA Today...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 28, 2016  |  Discuss
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