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San Francisco Giants Once Again Look To Madison Bumgarner To Extend Their Season

Being in a postseason deficit has been common for the San Francisco Giants over the six-year run that has seem them improbably capture three World Series titles in the past three “even” years. As the team faces yet another seemingly insurmountable playoff hurdle, they will, once again, send out postseason ace Madison Bumgarner, with the hope of extending their season for another day and forcing a Game 4 Tuesday at AT&T Park.
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