Inside the Clubhouse, produced by SFG Productions, aired Home Grown Giants today on CSN Bay Area. If you didn’t have a chance to check it out this afternoon, I’d encourage you to do so the next time it airs, or once it hits the internet. From the description:
The rich history of the Giants franchise has been honored throughout the years. Inside the Clubhouse: Homegrown Giants shows the great traditions which started on the fields in New York and are still exhibited by the club today. The success of many Giants Legends are showcased in the Baseball Hall of Fame. You will see exclusive footage from Cooperstown highlighting the great achievements of this franchise.
Homegrown Giants also experiences the 2013 All-Star Game in New York and they visit the White House meeting the President of the United States celebrating their 2012 World Series title one last time.
The Giants farm system has produced some of the great players at the Major League level. The development of future prospects will determine the success of the franchise. This show features top prospect, Kyle Crick as he continues his quest to pitch in San Francisco. Through Crick’s story we will show how the Giants farm system has become one of the best in baseball living up to its rich history and current legacy. via Inside the Clubhouse
There’s some footage of Buster Posey with his wife and kids at the Baseball Hall of Fame. Brandon Crawford talking about how President Obama isn’t following him on Twitter, and Kyle Crick hanging with his host family. It’s a nice production and worth taking the time to watch, which you can do on any of the following dates. Looks like it will hit the SF Giants website tomorrow morning.
When to Watch
- August 31 @ 4:00 p.m. on CSN Bay Area
- September 1 @ 9:00 a.m. on sfgiants.com
- September 2 @ 8:00 p.m. on CSN Bay Area
- September 7 @ 5:00 p.m. on CSN Bay Area
- September 8 @ 10:30 a.m. on CSN Bay Area
- September 9 @ 3:00 p.m. on CSN Bay Area
- September 14 @ 5:00 p.m. on CSN Bay Area
- September 15 @ 5:00 p.m. on CSN Bay Area