Here is my Monday column about the Giants winning the National League West and the giant Giants celebration that took place on the field and in the clubhouse afterward.

I use many of the Brian Wilson quotes I used in an earlier post and put a 400-word topper on them. Wilson is highly articulate and observant, a writer’s dream. I also make an admission about my wrong judgement on Jonathan Sanchez. To read the column and my humble admission click here.

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  1. Les

    Thank you, Lowell, for your admission that trading J. Sanchez would have been stupid. I think more of you for it.

    October 4th, 2010 3:25 am

  2. Doug

    Good stuff! I hope that if you see Sabean in the coming days you remember to run your idea about releasing Zito in the offseason by him. :)

    October 4th, 2010 12:51 pm

  3. Stan

    You might not have been wrong as far as trading him-who the Giants get in return makes anybody tradeable. If they had gotten Adam Dunn,they might have won more of those 1-0 or 2-1 losses and won the west sooner-or not. But,great pitching wins games more than great hitting wins out again. And,Sanchez now proves with his no-no and down the stretch pitching he handles REAL pressure better than he does a bad umps calls. A dichotomy sure,but a real difference.

    October 4th, 2010 2:22 pm

  4. Zach

    It has been approx. 2500 days since the Giants last one the NL West…this year has been a great ride.
    Now come the playoffs…they will be well-rested, at home, and their rotation will be set. The season has already been a success, but they are lined up to take it even further.

    October 4th, 2010 7:41 pm

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