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Giants thump Cardinals on Buster Posey night

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Wilmer Flores hit a grand slam in the first inning and matched his career high with six RBIs as the San Francisco Giants snapped out of their offensive funk and beat the St. Louis Cardinals 13-7 Saturday night to end a five-game losing streak. On...
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SF Giants pull out all the stops to honor Buster Posey

SAN FRANCISCO — Felipe Alou, the former Giants manager, had a saying: When the man is better than the player, you’ve really got something. “As great a player, he’s an even better man,” said former GM Brian Sabean, relaying Alou’s wisdom in a recent interview with the Bay Area News Group. Before reading further, you already know who he is talking about.
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McCovey Chronicles

Giants honor Buster Posey by hitting dingers, breaking losing streak

It was Buster Posey Day at Oracle Park today, and the San Francisco Giants honored their former catcher and future member of the retired jersey number club by hitting dingers and beating the St. Louis Cardinals 13-7, snapping a five-game losing streak. It turns out that the secret to getting...
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Buster Posey downplays possibility of coaching in MLB

After the video tributes and speeches, the hugs and ceremonial first pitches, Buster Posey made his way up to the press box to face the media. Posey is at peace and happy in his retirement, he told reporters. Sure, he misses aspects of baseball like spending time with teammates, but now he’s spending that time with his family. He still loves the game, and has been coaching his son, Lee, and daughter, Allison, in youth baseball and softball.
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San Francisco Examiner

Giants hold touching ceremony for Buster Posey

For Buster Posey, participating in Saturday’s celebration of his Giants career was the least he could do. No fanfare — pun fully intended — preceded his announcement early last November that he was retiring from baseball as an active player. “I know it was probably abrupt to some of you,” he told a group of reporters after Saturday’s ceremony.
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