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Mayhem erupts on Mission Street
The party on the banks of Mission Creek begins bouncing off the rocks, as thousands of fans who can’t pay thousands of dollars to get into the ballpark have come outside to cheer the Giants.
People cheer and wave pompoms, but it’s sodden ritual, a prelude to absolute silence when the final curtain descends.
The dog hates watching the Giants ground out weakly to shortstop. So do I.
Then the ball inexplicably jumps out of his glove as if pinched by a leprechaun.
Stauffer doesn’t dominate; he frustrates. That’s what Zito used to do.
The weirdness, uncertainty and luck of baseball.
If there's been a more vicious, more violent, more beautiful swing this year at Mission Creek ballpark, I haven't seen it.
She almost stepped on a rattlesnake. A good or bad omen?
The conditions Latino ballplayers face when they come to the “Grandes Ligas.”