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  • Travis Ishikawa's recalls his historic home run

    Travis Ishikawa, who was recently signed to a minor-league contract by the San Francisco Giants, sits in the River Cats dugout on Tuesday, June 21, 2016, and recalls his three-run, walk-off home run to win the 2014 National League Championship Series. Ishikawa says he hopes to re-join his teammates in San Francisco and make another run at World Series.

Travis Ishikawa, who was recently signed to a minor-league contract by the San Francisco Giants, sits in the River Cats dugout on Tuesday, June 21, 2016, and recalls his three-run, walk-off home run to win the 2014 National League Championship Series. Ishikawa says he hopes to re-join his teammates in San Francisco and make another run at World Series.
Travis Ishikawa, who was recently signed to a minor-league contract by the San Francisco Giants, sits in the River Cats dugout on Tuesday, June 21, 2016, and recalls his three-run, walk-off home run to win the 2014 National League Championship Series. Ishikawa says he hopes to re-join his teammates in San Francisco and make another run at World Series.

Travis Ishikawa tries to make most of Giant opportunity

June 22, 2016 6:47 PM

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