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The SF Giants laid off roughly 50 full-time employees as part of an organizational downsizing under cover of lost revenues from the COVID-19 pandemic. Longtime coaches Dave Righetti and Shawon Dunston were caught in the cuts.
According to a report by Andrew Baggarly of The Athletic Bay Area, former MLB players and longtime SF Giants coaches Dave Righetti, and Shawon Dunston were part of the organization’s substantial layoffs three weeks ago.

Righetti was the Giants pitching coach for 18 seasons, working with managers Dusty Baker, Felipe Alou, and Bruce Bochy. He moved to the front office and worked as a special assistant to player development since leaving Baseball Cheap Jerseys the coaching staff following the 2017 season. A member of the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame, Righetti was born and raised in San Jose before becoming the tenth-overall pick in the 1977 MLB draft.

Spanning from 1979-1995, Righetti’s 16-season MLB career may be one of the most underrated pitchers of the 1980s. After three successful seasons as a starting pitcher for the New York Yankees, he became the team’s closer in 1984 and solidified the bullpen for eight seasons. He made two All-Star appearances as a reliever and accumulated 252 career saves.

Dunston is more known for his 18-year playing career that included three stints with the Giants. The first overall pick in the 1982 MLB draft by the Chicago Cubs, Dunston spent the first decade of his career with the Cubs, where he served as the team’s everyday shortstop and reached a pair of All-Star teams.

Before the 1996 season, Dunston signed with the Giants and would hit .300 and win the Willie Mac Award before returning to the Cubs the following offseason. Before the end of his Major-League career in 2002, he would have two more stints in San Francisco and appearances with the Pirates, Cleveland, Cardinals, and Mets. Dunston finished his career with 150 home runs and nearly 1600 hits.

After ending his playing career, Dunston joined the Giants coaching staff, where he’s served in several positions over 12 years with the organization. He was set to become more focused on player development in 2020 before the minor-league season was canceled in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Needless to say, Dave Righetti and Shawon Dunston made massive contributions to the SF Giants organization over their combined three decades as coaches and advisors. Seeing them laid off while Giants principal owner Charles B. Johnson spends millions on political donations should be particularly frustrating for fans. Hopefully, both can find another opportunity soon.

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Every Friday, we will be taking a look back at the career of a critical player in New York Yankees history that doesn’t quite get the recognition they deserve. When looking at the storied history of the Yankees names like Ruth, Mantle and Jeter quickly come to mind. Today, we will be looking at those players who played Cheap Jerseys Baseball a critical role. Simply put, without these individuals, the Yankees wouldn’t have been the Yankees.

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Today we will be looking at one of the heroes of the Bronx Zoo era, Chris Chambliss!

Early Life
Chambliss was born in Dayton, Ohio to Carroll and Christene Chambliss. His father was a chaplain in the US Navy, so the Chambliss family moved around the country before settling in Oceanside, Calif. Chris played football in addition to baseball and enrolled at MiraCosta Community College. He was drafted by the Reds in 1967 (31st round) and again in 1968 (2nd round) but ultimately decided to transfer to UCLA. With the Bruins, Chambliss would hit 15 home runs and would be invited to play in the Alaska Baseball League during the summer.

In his one season with the Anchorage Glacier Pilots, Chambliss hit .538 and won the league’s MVP award while the Pilots won the championship. Due to his Alaskan heroics, Chambliss’ stock was on the rise. In the 1970 draft, the Cleveland Indians selected him with the first overall pick. That spring, expectations were high for Chambliss and he was assigned to AAA Wichita. Despite having no professional experience, he led the league with a .342 batting average.

Career in Cleveland and Trade to New York
Chambliss’ career would start off with a bang as he won the 1971 American League Rookie of the Year. He quickly developed a knack for clutch hitting as he split his time between first and left field. However, Cleveland struggled and in 1974 they found themselves in the market for pitching. Meanwhile, the Yankees were also struggling under CBS ownership, but a 1973 sale saw George Steinbrenner arrive in the Bronx.

Wanting to change the narrative that surrounded the Yankees, Steinbrenner wanted to bring in players that he believed to be winners, and in 1974 he sent four pitchers to Cleveland in exchange for Chambliss. The trade was criticized as many thought the Yankees overspent and failed to address their biggest needs. However, Chambliss quickly proved them wrong.

A Yankees Legend
1976 saw a revival from the New York Yankees. Led by Thurman Munson, Graig Nettles and managed by Billy Martin, the Yankees were finally relevant again. However, a pesky Kansas City team stood between them and their first AL Pennant since 1964. In the deciding Game 5, the Yankees found themselves ahead 6-3 in the top of the eighth when George Brett came up to bat. Brett, always a thorn in the Yankees side, tied the game with a home run.

The bottom of the ninth saw Chris Chambliss enter Yankees’ lore. Kansas City had turned to Mark Littell after a delay to work around the Yankees first baseman. Earlier in the series, Chambliss roped a hard hit single and later said that he figured Littell would want to “get ahead in the count” and was sitting on a fastball. Sure enough, Chambliss got his fastball and deposited it into the Bronx night. While the Yankees would lose the World Series, a new era of Yankees baseball was starting

To this day, watching Chambliss as he is swarmed by Yankees fans is one of the all time best Yankees’ moments.

Yankees’ Success and Later Career
Chambliss remained a fixture in the Yankees lineup through the 1979 season. 1976 was his only All-Star appearance and in 1978 he won his only Gold Glove. In 1977 and 1978, the Yankees would finally return to the top of the baseball world with Chambliss playing a big role in both years. However, the Yankees traded Chambliss following the 1979 season. They instead turned to Bob Watson while Don Mattingly developed in the minors.

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Chambliss would play for seven more seasons as a member of the Atlanta Braves where he continued to be a productive player. He rejined the Yankees in 1988 as a coach and actually had one at-bat with the Yankees who were desperate for a late season pinch hitter.

Chambliss again rejoined the Yankees as their hitting coach from 1996 through 2000. Under his coaching, the Yankees won four more World Series championships.

While Chambliss was not quite the player that a guy like Reggie Jackson was, his home run in 1976 was iconic and it will go down as one of the biggest swings in franchise history.

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Former baseball player Chien-ming Wang and his photos
Former Taiwanese baseball pitcher Wang Chien-ming is set to hold his first photo exhibit in late March.

A photo exhibit called “Wang’s Life” is set to open in the southern city of Tainan on March 27. The exhibit features photographs taken by Wang Chien-ming, the former pitcher for the New York Yankees who is currently a pitching coach in Taiwan.

Photography is Wang’s hobby. He took Cheap Baseball Jerseys pictures of nature, historical buildings, city streets, and of course, baseball fields.

But how did Wang develop an interest in photography? Speaking at a press conference on Wednesday, Wang said it started when photojournalists took pictures of him after he arrived in the United States. One day, Wang thought to himself: why not trade places? What would it be like if he were the one snapping photos?

Wang said that while playing baseball can be a nerve-wracking experience, taking pictures is more relaxing and can be done slowly.

Wang doesn’t have a preference when it comes to subjects, though he has found taking pictures of children interesting and even touching. The father of two sons said he takes more photos of his kids than other subjects, which allows him to have more interaction with them.