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They're a big deal: Five great movie giants

Published Feb. 27, 2013

Hollywood actors and actresses always seem larger than life on the big screen. But then there are these actual cinematic giants. Some of them are the work of special effects while others are simply the result of incredible genetics. In honor of "Jack the Giant Slayer," here are five movie giants that put the big in big screen.

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Crow: Tastes a little bit like chicken

Published Jan. 17, 2012

As a first step, please pass a little ketchup and mustard for my crow. I predicted a blowout Packers victory over the Giants. I was wrong. Boy, was I ever wrong.

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Sunday Scorecard: Time to crack down on collisions at home plate?

Published May 29, 2011

Aside from enraging armchair managers across Wisconsin, Prince Fielder's attempt to knock the ball out of San Francisco catcher Eli Whiteside's glove Friday night once again stirred up the argument about collisions at home plate. The collision came just days after Giants catcher Buster Posey was lost for the year in a similar incident.

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Baseball deserters gave us our beloved teams

Published Oct. 19, 2010

The other day a New York sports beat writer asked if anyone really wants a Giants/Rangers World Series. After all, he said, don't fans crave a villain in the October classic?

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Saturday Scorecard: A lesson in baseball justice

Published March 6, 2010

Many Brewers fans are upset that Giants lefty Barry Zito drilled Prince Fielder in the back during the Cactus League opener. The plunking was "payback" for the infamous "bowling pin" celebration (pictured). Fans are more upset than Fielder and the Brewers, who -- deep down -- know they had one coming. That's the way baseball works.

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