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Time's running out on many big-name free agents. 
Submitted on: 2009-01-30
Risky strategy could work for these unsigned studs

Juan Uribe and the San Francisco Giants agreed to a minor league contract Thursday with an invitation to spring training. 
Submitted on: 2009-01-30
Giants, INF Juan Uribe agree to minor league deal

The Giants have reached agreement on a minor-league contract with infielder Juan Uribe, a signing that will not affect their pursuit of free-agent third baseman Joe Crede, according to a major-league source. 
Submitted on: 2009-01-30
Source: Giants, Uribe reach minor-league deal

Barry Zito rushed from an appearance and autograph session with homeless children straight to the ballpark weight room. 
Submitted on: 2009-01-30
Zito gears up for a better 2009

Fifteen years ago, the Giants made a heartbreaking financial decision to let Will Clark go. 
Submitted on: 2009-01-30
Clark connects Giants to winning days of '80s

Managing partner Bill Neukom has hired his unofficial minister of the "Giants Way," and he comes with a thick application of eye black. 
Submitted on: 2009-01-30
The 'Giants Way': Will Clark returns

Managing partner Bill Neukom has hired his unofficial minister of the "Giants Way," and he comes with a thick application of eye black. 
Submitted on: 2009-01-30
'The Thrill' to pave 'Giants Way

There are reasons why playing for the Giants wouldn't appeal to Manny. 
Submitted on: 2009-01-29
Dodgers still look like best fit for Manny 2009-01-29

Bobby Abreu is way too good to be dangling on the free-agent market. 
Submitted on: 2009-01-29
Abreu too good to last this long on free-agent market

The Giants just sent word there'll be an announcement Wednesday morning regarding former first baseman Will Clark. 
Submitted on: 2009-01-29
Candid Cam: Will Clark as Giants' skipper?

Jeff Kent announced his retirement at a Dodger Stadium news conference and was introduced by Los Angeles' general manager, Ned Colletti, who called Kent "a great Dodger. 
Submitted on: 2009-01-29
San Francisco Giants Inside Pitch 2009-01-29

--Former first baseman Will Clark, one of the most popular players in the Giants' recent history, has rejoined the organization as a special assistant. 
Submitted on: 2009-01-29
San Francisco Giants Notes, Quotes 2009-01-29

Pablo Sandoval is penciled in at third base, Emmanuel Burriss likely will play second and at this point Travis Ishikawa is the first baseman. 
Submitted on: 2009-01-29
San Francisco Giants Roster Report 2009-01-29

Jeff Kent announced his retirement at a Dodger Stadium news conference and was introduced by Los Angeles' general manager, Ned Colletti, who called Kent "a great Dodger. 
Submitted on: 2009-01-30
San Francisco Giants Inside Pitch 2009-01-29

Former first baseman Will Clark is coming back to the San Francisco Giants as a special assistant. 
Submitted on: 2009-01-29
Giants hire ex-player Clark as special assistant

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