San Francisco cruised to a 5-2 home win over the Dodgers last night on the strength of a two-run Marco Scutaro hit, and it sparked the kind of celebration only Bill Gramatica could appreciate. Here's Giants slugger Aubrey Huff showing his appreciation to Ryan Theriot, and regretting it after the fact. »
Baseball players: can they stop getting injured in ludicrous ways? No, they can not, and we are thankful for it. »
In town to play the Nationals, a few members of the San Francisco Giants took in the Lightning/Capitals game yesterday. According to a fan who was there, there was some good-natured ribbing going on with the next luxury box over, including Pat Burrell telling a screaming fan that the players on the ice can't hear you.… »
Which team has the best record in the American League? Say it with me: Boston Red S ... wait, what? Baltimore Orioles? I'll be damned. Things are so crazy at Camden Yards that they're actually cheering Aubrey "Jackin' It" Huff, whose solo homer in the eighth stood for the Orioles in a 5-4 comeback win over the Mariners. »
Yesterday, we told you about Aubrey Huff's appearance on "Bubba The Love Sponge."
Orioles Professional Hitter Aubrey Huff wouldn't seem like the type of guy who would let himself cut loose and act crazy on the radio, but hey, take a bat out of a man's hands, and he's liable to do some crazy things. »
• Miguel Montero > Barry Bonds. Barry hit #750 last night, a 3-2 breaking ball over the rightfield wall that delighted people all over ... well, Pac Bell Park. He's now just 5 short of Hank Aaron, but he does trail Diamondback Miguel Montero in the statistical category of "people who won baseball games on Friday, June… »