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SFGiants 17h
We are proud of you.
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SFGiants 18h
Today is the voter registration deadline in California. Make sure your voice is heard. Register ➡️
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SFGiants Oct 16
in 2014 - NLCS Game 5 Travis Ishikawa's walk-off home run sends us to the World Series.
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SFGiants Oct 15
LAST DAY to complete the Census. It only takes a couple minutes to determine how Federal funding is used for health clinics, after school programs, transportation, affordable housing, & other services that are important to our communities.
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SFGiants Oct 15
Today we’re going purple in honor of , as we show our support for LGBTQ+ youth & take a stand against bullying. Learn more:
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SFGiants Oct 14
We are committed to supporting our community. That means taking action to ensure 𝘦𝘷𝘦𝘳𝘺𝘰𝘯𝘦 has access to the polls this year. 🗳 Sign up at
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SFGiants Oct 12
Replying to @SFGiants
Over the years whenever we talked or saw each other at the ballpark, it was always about the game. He was also someone whose opinion the Commissioner valued and that he sought counsel from. Joe had an influence over the game way beyond what we all saw.”
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SFGiants Oct 12
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He used to do the play-by-play. Joe did a lot of different things. He taught me so much about the game and there was no place that either one of us would have rather been than at the ballpark. Joe just loved being there and had a passion for it.
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SFGiants Oct 12
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He was the first Black or African-American game baseball analyst in prime time on national television & he did that for 21 seasons. He was the pioneering trailblazer among commentators. And, before he did that, he was a broadcaster for the San Francisco Giants with Duane Kuiper.
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SFGiants Oct 12
Jon Miller on his Sunday Night Baseball partner & friend, Joe Morgan: “Joe is rightfully remembered as a great player and Hall of Famer – and in my opinion is the greatest second baseman there ever was – but his pioneering efforts are not always as appreciated. (con'd)
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SFGiants Oct 12
Elected to the in 1990, Joe Morgan spent the majority of his impressive career with the Reds. He also played for the Astros, the Phillies & the A’s, and made an impression during his time with the . We will always remember this clutch home run in 1982.
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SFGiants Oct 12
We join the Major League Baseball community in mourning the passing of Hall of Fame second baseman Joe Morgan, who died yesterday at his home in Danville at the age of 77. Morgan was a member of our family as a player from 1981-1982 and as a broadcaster from 1986-1993.
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SFGiants Oct 11
Humm Baby!
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SFGiants Oct 11
Happy Birthday, Jon Miller! 📻
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SFGiants Oct 11
in 2012, Buster Posey’s Grand Slam powered the to victory in Game 5 of the NLDS.
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SFGiants Oct 10
Fall is in the air. Grill up your very own vegetable flatbread, courtesy of
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SFGiants Oct 8
Happy Birthday, Antoan Richardson! 🥳
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SFGiants Oct 7
The & are highlighting as the final Community Advocate Honoree. They have strived to keep core services open, keeping their 35-bed shelter running to guarantee there’s always a safe place for survivors of abuse in the Bay Area.
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SFGiants Oct 7
Register to vote in California by October 19th.
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SFGiants Oct 7
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