Well, that was an interesting little chat. ;-D
In the real world, Noah Lowry pitched a sweet, two-hit shutout for his first win since July 20th(!), and the Giants beat former teammate Livan Hernandez 5-0. Bonds also hit his first home run into McCovey Cove in a long, long time.
Of course, the season is essentially over, the Giants are far too old, far too often injured, and far too inconsistent to muster any kind of real charge, (you know, sort of like what the Dodgers are doing); the only thing left this year is to see whether Bonds is gonna be healthy enough to warrant an invitation to come back; and whether Cain and Lowry can get their shit together, can demonstrate some semblance of consistency so that there’s actually a reason to watch next year.
As for the GM, it must be painful to see his protege pulling a fast one down there in hated Dodgertown, and all of a sudden having a team that no one (as in, the Mets) wants to play in the postseason.