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San Francisco Giants: Sound the Foghorn Podcast, Episode 1

Oct 11, 2016; San Francisco, CA, USA; A general view of ATT&T Park during game four of the 2016 NLDS playoff baseball game. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 11, 2016; San Francisco, CA, USA; A general view of ATT&T Park during game four of the 2016 NLDS playoff baseball game. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports
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As part of our coverage of the San Francisco Giants, we have started a podcast to be an extension of the site, into extended conversations about what we publish here.

We felt it necessary to do this, to include other input, from fans and editors and experts alike from within the FanSided network. This is our first San Francisco Giants centric podcast.

The name, “Sound the Foghorn” came from a brainstorm of our staff. Every-time the Giants hit a home-run at AT&T Park, the foghorn sounds. Hence, the name, “Sound the Foghorn.”

In this first episode, Michael Saltzman and I discuss the biggest surprises of Spring Training, and our biggest disappointments. On top of that, we dove into who we thought would end up on the 25 man roster.

While we experienced a few user induced technical difficulties, we were unable to discuss the WBC, as part of our original plan for the show.

Cesar Beccara, of Dodger’s Way, FanSided’s Dodgers centric website came on to discuss where the Dodgers are at this spring, and get an outside perspective on the Giants.

In the final segment, Justin Rogers joins Michael Saltzman and Daniel Sperry to discuss our reader’s questions. Those questions were:

We do apologize as some of the recording got cut out. We did our best to recap it at the beginning of this segment. Bear with us as we figure it out. We’ll be a lot better next time!

Next: Marrero Continues to Hit Bombs, Giants Win

Tune in next week for our second episode! Hopefully we’ll do it right this time.

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