Is Stratton the Giants' best pitcher? Are the Giants buyers or sellers?

As the Giant sit and lick their wounds after Jeff Samardzija’s twenty-three pitch, one inning outing, we welcome back the original FTFBTF guest, The Godfather of this podcast, Dolph Shapiro. Dolph is a retired orthopedic surgeon, volunteer at-risk youth counselor, and Brooklyn Dodgers Fan turned San Francisco Giants follower. 

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Bay Area vs Cleveland, JR vs Lebron, Indians vs The World

As the giants pitching staff flounders in the team sits a few games below 500, we turn our attention to more competitive subjects today and welcome Adam marks, a long-suffering Cleveland Indians and Cavaliers Fan to talk both American League Baseball and the NBA finals.

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The Future of Hunter Pence: Play, Release, or Trade?

It's just you and I today folks, and I want to put things in perspective. After about a third of the season, the Giants have sunk to five games below 500. It's been a mess out there, and I wanted to spend some time talking to you about what direction the Giants are going to be heading and what their chances are to actually make the playoffs and win the world series. What are the Giants going to do with Hunter Pence?

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50 Games: Is Belt an All Star? Who is our best pitcher? Hitting Left & Throwing Right

As the Giants Hover right around 500 about 50 games into the season, we welcome back Adam Grossman. Adam is a lifelong Giants fan who lives in Seattle, Washington, and he moonlights as an operations and demand planning consultant. Adam graduated from Vanderbilt with a degree in mathematics (so he's very mathy) and he's going to talk us through some of the statistics he's been digging up based on the Giants' performance of the first 50 games of the season.

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Rockies vs Giants: Mile High Mount Rushmore, The Big Cat, 2018 Rocktober?

Today we’re going to wrap up our conversation with Yi-Jau Ku. Yi Jau is a Business Development Manager in Global Productivity Solutions at Intel Corporation. And while he currently lives in Portland, Oregon, Yi-Jau is a both a Die Hard Colorado sports fan and minority owner of the Fresno Grizzlies. Yesterday he told us how he became a part owner of the Fresno Grizzlies and what it means to own part of a minor league team, and today Yi-Jau is going to give us the low down on this year’s Rockies squad.

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Owning a Minor League Baseball Team, The Fresno Tacos, No One Likes Mike Piazza

As the Giants sit at 1 game over .500, in 3rd place in the NL West and 2 games behind in the Wild Card race, we welcome a very special guest to the pod. Yi-Jau Ku is a Business Development Manager in Global Productivity Solutions at Intel Corporation, and while he currently lives in Portland, Oregon, Yi-Jau is a both a Die Hard Colorado sports fan and minority owner of the Fresno Grizzlies. Because we have lots to ask Yi-Jau,  we’re going to try something new and make this our first 2 part episode of the FTFBTF podcast.

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Phillies vs Giants: Rebuilding, 2010 NLCS, Throwing Batteries at Santa?

As the Giants get ready for their series with the Fighting Phillies of Philidelphia, we welcome Doug Bell to the pod. Doug is the Vice President of Marketing for one of my favorite consulting clients Searchmetrics, a SAAS SEO optimization company. Outside of slinging backlinks and hrefs, Doug is devoted fan of all things Philadelphia sports and we’re happy to welcome him to the for the fans by the fans podcast.

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Dodger Excuses, World Series Hangovers, Is Bum Puig's Muse?

As the Giants sit at 1 game over .500 for the first time since Ty Blach beat Clayton Kershaw on opening day and two games ahead of the Los Angeles Dodgers in the standings, we welcome back Andre Anderson. Andre is a ecommerce & digital marketing expert that grew up in Pasadena and now resides in San Francisco. And, while he is a devoted Dodger fan, we’re happy to welcome him to the For The Fans By The Fans podcast.

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Foul Balls in Anaheim, Trout vs Williamson, Gamerbabes Drinking Beers

As the Giants lick their wounds coming off of last nights 1 hit performance and sit in 4th place in the NL West, we welcome back Adam Grossman. Adam is a life-long Giants fan who lives in Seattle, Washington, and moonlights as an Operations and Demand Planning expert. He graduated from Vanderbilt with a degree in Mathematics and today he's going to talk to us about his view on how Tyler Beede’s 8.22 ERA is not as bad as it seems.

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Was it Beede or Suarez who...? Brenley's Mustache vs his batting average

As the Giants lick their wounds coming off of last nights 1 hit performance and sit in 4th place in the NL West, we welcome back Adam Grossman. Adam is a life-long Giants fan who lives in Seattle, Washington, and moonlights as an Operations and Demand Planning expert. He graduated from Vanderbilt with a degree in Mathematics and today he's going to talk to us about his view on how Tyler Beede’s 8.22 ERA is not as bad as it seems.

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Giants vs. Dodgers, Bumgarner vs. Kershaw , 30 year Curses

As the 2018 season is officially underway, we entered the belly of the beast and we welcome our biggest rival to the podcast. Andre Anderson is in E-commerce and digital marketing expert that grew up in Pasadena and now lives in San Francisco and while he's a devoted dodger fan, were very happy to welcome him to the podcast.

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A's vs Giants, Battle of the Bay 1989 World Series, Spring Preview

Today we’re going to wrap up our 2018 spring training camp as the Giants head from Scottsdale back to the Bay Area. With us is the Jon Wilson, a is personal trainer and fitness coach who lives in the east bay and is a long-suffering Oakland A’s Fan. Jon talks us through his views on the Battle of the Bay rivalry and his thoughts Giants fans going into the 2018 season.

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Top 5 Giants, 2017 by the numbers, The All Backyard Team

With us today is the Adam Grossman. Adam is a life-long Giants fan that lives in Seattle Washington and moonlights as an operations and demand planning expert. He graduated from Vanderbilt with a degree in Mathematics and is going to talk us through his thoughts on the Giants offseason and his undying love for Matt Cain.

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