Joe Panik Dodger Killer!⭐️⚾️

“Well, beat the drum and hold the phone – the sun came out today

We’re born again, there’s new grass on the field

Roundin’ third, and headed for home, it’s a brown-eyed handsome man

Anyone can understand the way I feel..”🎵⚾️🎵

Opening Day 2018 ⭐️⚾️🇺🇸⚾️⭐️

Giants – 1

Dodgers – 0

(W) Blach (L) Kershaw (S) Strickland

(HR) Panik


Escape from New York Pizza⭐️⚾️🍕⭐️⚾️🍕⭐️⚾️🍕⭐️

Punky G. was invited to stop by Escape from New York Pizza on Harrison Street and enjoy a couple of slices (on the house). So we did! Good pizza! Good Giants’ baseball memorabilia hanging on the walls. Above an impressive Giants’ bobblehead collection is this line, “In 1957 the San Francisco Giants Escaped from New York.” True. So drop by 715 Harrison and celebrate the Giants’ 60th Anniversary in the City with a coke and slice! Tell’m Punky G. sent you.😎⚾️🍕⚾️

MLB World Series MVP award named after Willie Mays!⭐️⚾️⭐️

imageNEW YORK – (AP) Major League Baseball has named its World Series Most Valuable Player award after Willie Mays.

The decision was announced Friday, the 63rd anniversary of Mays’ over-the-shoulder catch in deep center field at the Polo Grounds for the New York Giants against Cleveland’s Vic Wertz in Game 1 of the World Series. The Giants went on to sweep the Indians.

The Series MVP award was given out for the first time the following year, when it was won by Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher Johnny Podres.

“I’d like to thank Commissioner Rob Manfred and his team at Major League Baseball for honoring me with this recognition,” Mays said in a statement. “Baseball has always taken care of me, and for that I am grateful. I think it’s just a wonderful thing to know that at 86 years of age, I can still give something back to the game. I am proud to lend my name to this important award. What a day this has been!imageNow 86, Mays played in 24 All-Star Games during a 22-year career with the New York and San Francisco Giants and the New York Mets.

“Once again, it’s going to remind people of who Willie is and how great a player he was,” Giants manager Bruce Bochy said.