SAN FRANCISCO, CA - MAY 21: Gregor Blanco #7 of the San Francisco Giants scores a run against the Washington Nationals during the second inning at AT&T Park on May 21, 2013 in San Francisco, California.
More than anything, get Peguero playing again ... With [Gregor Blanco] and [Andres] Torres, Peguero wasn't going to get a lot of at-bats here.
He did good stuff for us. He was one of our key players and for sure he deserves a ring ... It's good to have a friend like Melky.
I think it's going to be great to see him. A lot of guys here see Melky as a leader, and he's going to be fun to watch in a gameMore quotes »
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Bryce Harper conquers the wall, at least for one day
kind of vulnerability, and Wednesday afternoon another deep flyball and another looming wall tested it. On Tuesday night, Gregor Blanco smashed a ball over his head that could have been the final out. As Harper leapt to catch it, he braced for the wall – even from The Washington Post Read more »
Washington Nationals Rewind: Stephen Strasburg's Overlooked Outing In AT&T
runs. The one run the San Francisco Giants did score on the Washington Nationals' 24-year-old starter came in a 13-pitch second. Gregor Blanco singled to left to start the inning and scored from second two outs later when Angel Pagan drove him in. The run 5/22/13 from Federal Baseball Read more »
Rafael Soriano explains comments to Bryce Harper as hitting the wall lingers
plays on balls hit to the wall. He admitted Tuesday night his violent collision at Dodger Stadium weighed on him as he tracked Gregor Blanco’s line drive, a play that ended with him bracing for the wall when he had yet to even reach the warning track. “I don’t from The Washington Post Read more »
Rafael Soriano not pleased with Bryce Harper’s position on game-tying run
the San Francisco Giants , Bryce Harper blamed himself for the game-tying run in the ninth. With two outs and two strikes on Gregor Blanco, a former Nationals farmhand, closer Rafael Soriano tossed a slider that caught a large portion of the plate. Blanco from The Washington Post Read more »
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Giants 4, Nationals 2: In San Francisco, Pablo Sandoval hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the 10th inning after Gregor Blanco's tying triple in the ninth. It was Sandoval's second career walk-off hit - both home runs against the Nationals - and San Francisco's from AZ starnet.com Read more »