Madison Bumgarner

Madison Kyle Bumgarner (born August 1, 1989), nicknamed "MadBum," is an American professional baseball starting pitcher with the San Francisco Giants of Major League Baseball, who played key roles in the Giants' 2010 and 2012 World Series championships. Bumgarner is listed as 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) and 225 pounds (102 kilograms). He features a four-seam fastball in the 90 to 93 miles per hour (145 to 150 km/h) range, a cutter or slider around 86 to 90 miles per hour (138 to 145 km/h), a curveball that ranges from 75 to 80 miles per hour (121 to 129 km/h), and a change-up that sits at 82 to 84 miles per hour (132 to 135 km/h).
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  • How the #ChevyGuy Flub Became a #TechnologyAndStuff YouTube Win

    … of zoning out, people will watch closely just to see if he gets nervous again - it creates great tension in an sponsorship moment that we have been conditioned to ignore. Wilde has become an instant celebrity when he could have been forgotten along with so many other boring executive statements. The #ChevyGuy Parodies Have Already Begun Social…

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  • Through the Google lens: search trends October 23-30

    … for March (pitchers and catchers report in 114 days!), fans of the NBA are just getting going. Basketball season started this week and the web was full of searches for the Cleveland Cavaliers (who are welcoming hometown hero Lebron James back to the fold), Miami Heat (the team LeBron left behind) and Chicago Bulls. Trouble in the skies There was a spike…

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  • How #TechnologyAndStuff became GM’s Oreo moment

    … topics on Twitter (World Series hero Bumgarner was not). The GM exec’s shape and demeanor were too close to former Saturday Night Live great Chris Farley to ignore, creating a wave of parodies: And then, in the wake of national TV disaster, magic happened. GM did something cool. I am not a GM fan. I have driven enough of their cars…

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  • My First Day with Apple Pay

    … worked, as well. Drinks and snacks in hand, we meandered for another half inning before returning to our seats to watch Salvador Perez put the only run on the board for the Kansas City Royals that night. (Madison Bumgarner, you’re not half bad.) The Royals fell 7-1 at their first World Series appearance in 29 years. And Apple Pay was two for three…

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