The Forever Giants Podcast highlights the rich history and characters that have been a part of the legendary Giants story on the official San Francisco Giants podcast.
INSIDE GIANT MOMENTS - Mike Yastrzemski
Mike Yastrzemski shares the hitting advice he gets from Hall of Fame grandfather, Carl, along with his own mental approach at the plate, and how the game has shifted without the intensity of playing in front of fans. Yaz also describes the excitement of his first splash hit being a walkoff and his outlook on the Giants' postseason chances this year.
INSIDE GIANT MOMENTS - Matt Cain
Check out the Inside Giant Moments podcast! Having played his entire 13-season career in the orange and black, this Forever Giant was integral in the success of the organization. Cain reflects on the three World Series titles, his unforgettable Perfect Game, and his experience being a part of the Giants’ elite pitching rotation. (San Francisco Giant 2005-2017)
Episode 10: Andrés Torres
Renel Brooks-Moon sits down with fan-favorite Forever Giant Andrés Torres.
Episode 9: Noah Lowry
Renel Brooks-Moon sits down with Noah Lowry to discuss the success and adversity he faced over his five-year Major League career.
Episode 8: Barry Bonds
Renel Brooks-Moon and Barry Bonds have a candid conversation about growing up in the Bay Area, the influence that the baseball star power in his family had on him and how he’s sharing that knowledge with the next generation of players.
Episode 7: Jeffrey Leonard
Host Renel Brooks-Moon sits down with the Hac-Man himself, Jeffrey Leonard, to talk life and baseball.
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Good coverage - crappy quality
I like the coverage but the audio quality is absolute crap. The only plus is that they're short enough not to give me a headache with the noise and buzzing and garbled vocals. It's really sad that a professional, World Series winning club puts out such awful quality technical content.