Tag: San Francisco Giants

Recent Disappearance of Mets Outfielder Caps Month of Strange Things Across MLB

by Justin DePalatis

Locked in a scoreless pitchers’ duel, the New York Mets seemed primed to head to the 11th inning as Pablo Sandoval’s routine two-out fly ball floated toward Dominic Smith’s waiting mitt. Only, when the ball arrived, Smith’s glove, and notably, his entire body, had disappeared.

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Report Finds Giants Players Purposefully Tanking to Stay in San Francisco

by Alex Poletti

A shocking two-month long study by The Second String spotlight team has revealed that members of the San Francisco Giants are intentionally playing poorly to avoid getting traded and having to leave the city by the bay.
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Giants Consider Nursing Home Attendant as Bochy’s Replacement

by Alex Poletti

As the Major League Baseball season nears its halfway mark, the San Francisco Giants have begun their search for their next manager after longtime skipper Bruce Bochy announced he would retire at the end of the year. In order to meet the needs of the aging core, the front office has reportedly included nursing home attendant Drake Fisher on their shortlist of managerial candidates.

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New Rule Allows Giants Players to Bring Oxygen Tanks on Field

by Alex Poletti

After a lengthy legal battle, Major League Baseball has officially announced that players from the San Francisco Giants’ aging core can bring their oxygen tanks onto the field when they play, according to a joint statement between the team and the league.

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