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The McCovey Chroncast

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Bryan Murphy & Doug Bruzzone bring the McCovey Chronicles' comments section to life discussing the latest news in San Francisco Giants Baseball.

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KNBR and the Internet's Carmen Kiew brings her mega Giants fandom to this week's Chroncast to help Bryan and Doug breakdown the Giants-Cubs series and the season that was as well as look at what's next for San Francisco and... more

Despite a calamitous second half filled with failure and frustration, the Giants find themselves as the National League's second Wild Card. Recently, on this very podcast and on this very website, it's been said that this is the most dislikable... more

You'll read many elegant tributes and tearful remembrances of Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez in the coming weeks and months, but in the meantime, Doug and I dedicate the opening of our show to exchanges our favorite memories of... more

The Giants get their first sweep of the second half and they finally have a memorable game in September that harkens back to successful seasons of yore. Do the next few weeks promise more of this sweeptastic Giants team or... more

You're probably wondering if we have any insights into the Giants' second half of doom, but the whole point of fandom, and in particular fan analysis (or fanalysis), is that there isn't any insight to be had, only educated guesses based on... more

Doug's off this week, so it's Reuben who gets the start. It's our privilege to chat with Wendy Thurm from Sporting News. We cover the week that was -- the Giants nearly no-hit the Dodgers! -- and the week to come -- the Cubs might be so... more

It's easy to lose perspective in the middle of a tailspin, but if you close your eyes and keep 'em shut real tight and tell yourself over and over again that the Giants are still in first place of the wild card, then you're sure to pull out of the spin.... more

The second half of the 2016 season hasn't been kind to our favorite baseballing squadron and there's no guarantee that their bad luck and bad play will "balance out" before the season ends. And yet, they're still in first place. Playoff hopes... more

The Giants go another week without losing the lead in the division despite their Second Half Stumble. That's the good news. Well, there's other good news, but first the really bad news. The Giants made trades. Lots of trades. And it... more

The Giants have their worst week of the season, a 1-7 run following the All-Star Game. But they're still in first place! They still have one of the best records in baseball! There's still awhole lot of talent on the team and time to turn it around!... more

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