Giants feeling healthier
GOODYEAR, Ariz. -- With two weeks to go until the regular season's start, the San Francisco Giants finally may be close to fielding an opening day lineup for the first time this spring training.
"This coming weekend we'll have them all out there, knock on wood," manager Bruce Bochy said Tuesday.
Marco Scutaro played his first game of the spring Monday after being beset with back problems for the past month. Left fielder Michael Morse has been out for a week with a calf strain and center fielder Angel Pagan has only played once this week because of back stiffness.
Scutaro, giving a... read more
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