Some articles on giants:

José Guillén - Professional Career - San Francisco Giants
... On August 13, 2010, Guillén was traded to the San Francisco Giants for cash and a player to be named later, later chosen to be Kevin Pucetas ... was placed on the restricted list of the Giants' postseason roster due to an ongoing investigation regarding the use of performance-enhancing drugs ... Despite serving the postseason on the restricted list, the Giants eventually won the 2010 World Series ...
Keiichi Yabu - Career
... to spring training with the San Francisco Giants in December 2007, and made the 2008 Opening Day roster ... Prior to the 2009 season, he was released by the Giants ... Later that July, he was released from the Giants system ...
Felipe Birriel - Honors
... Carolina is also known as the "City of the Giants" in honor of Birriel ... states the following "Carolina Tierra de Gigantes" (Carolina City of Giants) ... called "Los Gigantes de Carolina" (The Carolina Giants) and the town has dedicated a museum to the memory of Birriel and has also named a street "El Paseo Felipe Birriel" ...
Staten Island Stapletons - History - Pre-NFL
... their ex-Newark Bears squad, although Wycoff signed to the Giants ... The Giants would go on to win the 1927 NFL championship and defeated the Stapes twice in non-league games, 19-0 and 18-0 ...
1934 New York Giants Season
... The 1934 New York Giants season was the tenth season for the club in the National Football League ... The Giants denied the Bears a perfect season as the Giants went on to win what would become known as the "Sneakers Game" ...

Famous quotes containing the word giants:

    But can see better there, and laughing there
    Pity the giants wallowing on the plain.
    Pygmies expand in cold impossible air,
    Cry fie on the giantshine, poor glory which
    Pounds breast-bone punily, screeches, and has
    Reached no Alps: or, knows no Alps to reach.
    Gwendolyn Brooks (b. 1917)

    We have grasped the mystery of the atom and rejected the Sermon on the Mount.... The world has achieved brilliance without wisdom, power without conscience. Ours is a world of nuclear giants and ethical infants.
    Omar Bradley (1893–1981)