San Francisco Joe Panik high-fives Buster Posey as they score on Brandon Belt’s a three-run double against Philadelphia on Friday at AT&T Park. After a slow start to his season, Panik was hitting .274 with 16 RBIs through his first 21 games of June – part of a run that has seen the Giants post the best record in the majors since May 11.
San Francisco Joe Panik high-fives Buster Posey as they score on Brandon Belt’s a three-run double against Philadelphia on Friday at AT&T Park. After a slow start to his season, Panik was hitting .274 with 16 RBIs through his first 21 games of June – part of a run that has seen the Giants post the best record in the majors since May 11. JIM GENSHEIMER BAY AREA NEWS GROUP
San Francisco Joe Panik high-fives Buster Posey as they score on Brandon Belt’s a three-run double against Philadelphia on Friday at AT&T Park. After a slow start to his season, Panik was hitting .274 with 16 RBIs through his first 21 games of June – part of a run that has seen the Giants post the best record in the majors since May 11. JIM GENSHEIMER BAY AREA NEWS GROUP

Nothing odd or even about it – Giants are plain contenders

June 26, 2016 6:53 PM

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David White is a former sportswriter for The Fresno Bee and the San Francisco Chronicle. He is pastor of the Porterville Church of God.