Aug. 24 is now a distant memory, although it didn't seem like it was all too long ago that Ryan Spilborghs upgraded his wheels to blaze around the basepaths. Forget the Edgar Renteria salami against the Rockies that was a cordial slap-in-the-face back at Colorado. Tit for tat. That's all erroneous at this point. Just another highlight immovable in the mud that is the 162-game season. That's the beauty and the beast of professional baseball. One second you're flying to the moon with Sinatra, the next you lost your heart in San Francisco with Tony Bennett. Hey, losing two of three at home to the one-trick pony that is the San Diego Padres certainly qualified as lost heart—at least temporarily. Since completing that ever-impressive counter-sweep of the Rockies, the Giants have go ...
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