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will impact thousands of people, at 11:00. [ speaking french ] [ mom ] he decided to study in paris. ♪ to see french masterpieces with his very own eyes. we even linked our citibank account to his so when his account ran low we just transferred funds. i just hope the language isn't a barrier. bonjour. [ mom ] my ryan can be very shy. [ male announcer ] from linked accounts to citi mobile we make it simple to manage your finances. what's your story? citibank can help you write it. at&t park a loss tonight. it means the giants have to win just one more game before they can clinch the championship. fans still cheering, because they're sure the team will hit it out of the park tomorrow. good evening. >> i'm jessica aguirre.
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close, but no cigar. the push to the playoffs still one game away. it came down to the finish just about 20 minutes ago. the san francisco giants lost to the san diego padres 6-4. both players and fans, beginning with nbc bay area sports director raj. if at first you don't succeed, try, try again. >> so many people caught up, and rightly so at the giants field. the giants don't have too much time to dwell on this loss, because they come back tomorrow afternoon and hopefully pop the champagne corks. it was matt cain's bir dthday, e crowd was electric, it worked out too well, and that's why the giants didn't win tonight. it was a wild scene here as
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expected. wow. the last time we had a playoff game at at&t park was back in 2003, and this is what it felt like, just electric. the orange fridays turned into orange october. we'll pick it up with matt cane, one of the giants' best pitchers, but he was off his game tonight. the padres controlled this game early on. they had a 4-0 lead, but the giants, to their credit, made a phenomenal smirpirited comeback the sixth inning. eventually the giants would come to 6-4, but in the end their rally fell short. torture never felt so good. that's what the signs say. the giant lose tonight to the pause raise 6-4, so it all comes down to tomorrow afternoon, and who pitches tomorrow afternoon? it's barry zito against the giants. it's a 1:00 p.m. start time.
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not to worry, it's not the end of the world. tomorrow afternoon the giants will be back. >> raj, i have to say, watching the game, it looked almost like the fans brought the giants back to life. >> well, that's the story with this team throughout the season. there are so many different heroes and tonight the fans definitely helped. this place was electric even when the giants were trailing. the fans helped. the bottom line, the giants made some key mistakes down the stretch. and also matt cane, it seems odd to say, he's been so good these last few weeks, but matt cane didn't do it on his birthday, but barry zito will try to bring it tomorrow. >> well, the fans had confidence on their side tonight but it wasn't meant to be. no worries, though, the sham paic payne still on ice. cheryl is at the after-party still going on even after that loss. >> that after-party is going on.
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i'm here with any new best friend. [ yelling ] >> i'm disappointed right now. we're going to win, though. we've got two more games and we're going to win, moest definitely. we're jintgiant, we're here in francisco, and the giant got it, baby. >> it was a little quiet on the streets after the game, but the giants fans having a good time tonight despite the final score. >> there is a lot of young giants fans, but there's one thing for sure. the older ones love to party. >> let's go, giants! >> the panda hats were out, the fans really into it. >> it's keeping my ears warm,
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but i hope for panda he's going to come back, start hitting again and get us through the playoffs. >> nice going, giants! >> the theme tonight? the orange towel. it's here already in place. >> one win and we're in. >> there's one fan we met tonight who was celebrating his 64th birthday. he remembers the first time he attended a giants game with his dad. >> at seal stadium, so that would have been '58, and i would have been 12, 11 or 12 years old. >> what do you think tonight? >> this is fantastic. this is fantastic. we're going to be hoarse. it will be hard to talk tomorrow. >> it would be a great birthday present. >> it would be a fantastic birthday present. >> the is ai isaying i like is,
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only need one. that's what everyone here is saying. i'm sure everyone here will be back tomorrow. >> you see those fans didn't lose confidence. thapgs thanks a lot, cheryl. it turns out the giants felt they had a secret. >> my budget is about $120,000 a year. >> it's one part of at&t park no fan is ever allowed to go. coming up in just about ten minutes, we go behind closed doors and show you a part of the ballpark you may never know existed. >> will game time tomorrow be the right time for the game? how will the weather fare? i'm sure the weather had something to do with the loss today. tomorrow is it going to be better? >> we're still looking at that fog rolling in, jessica, and one thing we did want to show you, the fog did hold off at least for start of the game tonight. one thing that did it was the sea of orange. take a look at this. these were the towels people
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were waving around furiously, saying, get your orange on. tomorrow we hope they really get their orange on and bring home victory for the division title here. let's go ahead and look at the forecast for tomorrow. we're still looking at that per sis tent fog pattern, but we know the giants are well versed to playing in the fog. we know the temperature to be upper 60s and low 70s for the early start of the game, and you can see throughout the early evening hours, temperatures will start to cool off. so in the early evening hours, we will have some sunshine and we'll have a window of clearance before that fog starts to roll in late afternoon. tomorrow getting up, maybe some early pre-party tailgating before the game or whatnot. temperatures in the 50s by 4:00 p.m. tomorrow. we are expecting mid-80s here in the east bay and south bay.
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if you're commuting into san francisco for the game, hop on bart and remember to bring that jacket because temperatures will be about 20 to 25 degrees cooler. coming up, we'll have your seven-day forecast which does have some warming. we'll have more with the giants and the sports team. i tell you, they wasted no time getting out here prepping the fields for tomorrow. they've got the hose misting it down, they've got the rakes in the grass. they're busy getting ready for tomorrow. >> busy, perhaps, for a celebration. you can see a highlight of everything giants on our special giants section. just click on sports at the big five reached a handshake deal on california's $19 billion deficit. they got it done 93 days late. tom duhane has more on what's being called a compromise budget. >> lawmakers emerged tonight after a session with a budget
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agreement. >> everyone is working very hard. these are difficult circumstances and difficult times. not a lot of celebrating. >> the leaders of both sides left quickly. reducing state worker pensions and reducing taxes in business. >> in the end it's about the package all together. >> several republicans got what they wanted: no new taxes. and this was the end of the stalemate. >> i think they all shook hands and congratulated one another for making some very difficult decisions. we always knew to solve a $25 billion deficit, it would require some very tough decisions, but we said we'ren going to do this without the reforms to fix the recession, and that's going to be the silver lining. >> there will be budget briefings and then a vote is scheduled for thursday. lawmakers promised there will be enough public support to get the much-needed two-thirds majority vote to finally get it passed. tom duhane for nbc bay area
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news. taking the high road when it comes to marijuana. tonight america gives pot smokers a bringing break. agencies said they won't do one simple thing. >> we take you one place no giants fan has ever been before. some interesting comments from inside the giants clubhouse. we'll share them in a few minutes. my wing man is he re. ittle. meor sunshine tomorrow, raj, so we'll see how that plays out for the game tomorrow. [ male announcer ] sacramento and silicon valley
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they dont couldn't quite dig themselves out. the san diego padres beat the giants 6-4 tonight. but the giants get another chance to hit one out of the park tomorrow. meg ryan digs herself out of controversy.
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the republican duboiser na to recall -- gubernatorial candidate went on damage control. she went public with am saccusas that whitman knew she wasn't a citizen. our coverage begins at 6:00 in the evening followed by the gubernatorial debate at 6:30, monitored by tom brokaw. we'll be streamlining that entire program on a mountain lion in the bay area tonight. city officials recently spotted two lion cubs and dead deer carcuses in the hills. they recently shot a male
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mountain lion in the area where people hang out. experts say if you see a mountain lion, don't run. make yourself big, wave your arms, make lots of noise. violent sex offenders on parole who reoffend. john garland was one of those murderers charged of multiple counts of rape while on parole. they're not giving treatment to these repeat offenders and that's putting many at risk. >> john gardner will intend the re -- spend the rest of his life on bars, but many offenders leave prison. they must attend therapy sessions to keep them from hurting new victims. >> if you want to reduce the risk, you have to know what hisz baseline risk is and you cannot do that without the defense report. >> he treats sex offenders and
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spousal abuseres. intensive counseling can help them identify their crimes and stop the circle of violence. >> it's a huge problem. >> reva says those documents include details about family history and drug and alcohol addictions which helps the therapist build an adequate treatment program. >> so instead of treating him here and also in rehabilitation to make him sober in the time he's in treatment, we would miss that aspect and theoretically miss the major part of the case. >> and miss the opportunity to keep violent offenders hurting others. violent high-risk offenders like john gardner need more supervision, more counseling and more did you go screening compared to low-risk offenders. >> if you have someone who is
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low risk, you could communicate that to parole and parole could spend less resources on that offender than they would the high risk offender. but we get no collaboration from law officials on that. when the hospital bill arrives, the sticker shock could set you back. but did you know you can bargain down the cost of your medical bills? 75% of patients that do save hundreds, even thousands, of dollars. right here on monday night, we'll going to show you how to negotiate your medical bills. the giants lost toept but they do have another chance tomorrow, and all the while they're keeping a big secret from their fans. tonight we show you a part of at&t park that's hidden to the public. die-hard fans already know about the avocado tree, a family clubhouse. now, deep inside the clubhouse, mike murphy's special room. ears nbc's larry scott.
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>> there's statistics and the numbers on the back of the players' jerseys which live in the back of the clubhouse in an area with game uniforms, hats and gear. the domain of a super reliable man. >> i haven't missed a game in 52 years. >> equipment manager, mike murphy. >> over here we have the sunday hats. we take them on the road with us. >> he's the keeper of the numbers and the uniforms, some of which have been retired from the team and are off limits. one of them hasn't retired yet but is out of the question. >> if you go four for four, they boo you. >> fans can now buy the exact gear at souvenir stands that the giants have at the clubhouse, but the team doesn't always have to buy. >> so all the gear, jerseys,
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jackets, hats, are provided by major baseball, and the only thing they don't have to buy is baseball bats. >> my baseball bat budget is about $120,000 a year. [ applause ] >> what a cool thing to be able to go in there and see that. that was fun. >> cozy up to murph. >> cozy with jeff maniro. he's still out at at&t. >> you guys have the spirit. you have the orange and a red with a little orange hue for the giants. pretty good combination, yes? >> yes. >> yes, yes. the fans have left, they left behind some of the remnants. you saw them on tv waving them
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ar around like this. this actually says, get your orange on. we hope they get it on tomorrow as they have another chance at victory. the field crew wasted no time getting out here and hosing down the field for tomorrow's game, packing down that dirt and also raking the grass. as my photographer comes in, you'll notice we have a little mist moving in with those flags blowing due west, 20 to 25 miles an hour. tomorrow we're expecting a clear window of some partly cloudy skies for that early afternoon game, and we hope that bodes well for the game. when it's sunny, that means we have more potential for home run hits. look at our weather headlines. we are expecting temperatures to cool even more after the second hottest day of the year on tuesday. temperatures will be backing down yet again with upper 7 0s inland. this area of low pressure is
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what's helping cool us off as it pushes into the northwest. that will keep it mild inland and we'll see breezy conditions at times right near the coastline, and then as we take a look at tonight, we'll see temperatures in the mid to upper 50s with temperatures tomorrow starting up, well, in the upper 50s by 8:00 a.m. and by noon we're looking at temperatures in the upper 70s in the east bay and mid-70s in the south bay. so if you are planning to bart in to san francisco, make sure you bring your jacket, because despite that window of sunshine, it will still feel pretty brisk out here. as that wind blows, it will knock winds down with a slight windchill as well. we get some more in here on your seven-day forecast, but nowhere nearly as hot as it was early this week. i got to tell you, the sixth inning, ladies, while i do weather, i was kind of a sports guru tonight following laura and
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raj's lead. the giants hit in three runs and i've got my hat and i'm ready to go for tomorrow. it's a little tight, but it fits good, doesn't it? >> we also saw your twitter page. it says, let's go, giants! >> i didn't know you were looking at that. >> thapnks, jeff. when we come back, the war ougs. california reducing its top possession penalty.
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possessing an ounce or less of pot now comes with the same penalty of a speeding ticket. governor schwarzenegger moved possession from a misdemeanor. the fine will still be $100. the licensed founder of facebook wrote a book. it chronicles how facebook went from an idea in college to a social necessitworking giant. the second movie, a movie that shines a light on two high schools in redwood city. so the giants are going to pull it off tomorrow. i can feel it in my bones. right, raj? >> i felt this all day. tomorrow is the big day.
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as of tonight, one of their top players comes clean abo tad me bo we're back in a moment live from china basin. ♪
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sutter health. with you. for life. welcome back to the ballpark. i'm raj masai. if you watch baseball at all, you know it throws you a curve. celebrating matt cane's birthday today. what a story line. a little history in the ballpark. they brought in some famous faces. william mccovey on hand. we vaen seen him in a few weeks
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after his back surgery, handing out the mccovey award. it goes to andres torres for the most inspirational player. very significant award in the giants family. that set the table for an amazing night here in china basin. as for the game, we talked about matt contaane. on his birthday, he laid an egg. gave up six home runs to this one, adrian gonzalez, it's a homer in the third inning. giants fans still hung tough and continued to rally even though the padres had a 4-0 lead. how about the sixth inning rally, andres torres, mr. mccovey himself, the infield hit and all of a sudden it was 6-4. here comes the big mistake in the bottom of the ninth inning, aubrey huff with the fly ball out. a base-running mistake, he does
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not tag up. that killed the rally and essentially the game was over. the padres come in and steal game one, 6-4 your final. as expected inside that giants clubhouse, not the best place to be but the show goes on. let's bring in laura bankhe from inside. >> the player his teammates call the workhorse of the sack simply couldn't locate his pitches, according to him. now the giants have just two more opportunities to clinch the division. >> definitely a good bitd of nerves. it was more good nerves, exciting, being in the situation that we're in. but it was still the same routine as always. i just didn't get it done. >> we got down early and we were able to fight. we were in it all the way to the end. obviously, it would have been nice to see what would have happened had i not done what i
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did in the ninth, but we try to be professional about it, get some good sleep and try to come back tomorrow and play some better baseball. >> we played a good game, but to be down by 6 or whatever and be able to come back, you know, and get the time in, it's a big deal. this group isn't going to give in. we're going to keep fighting. sdp >> now it's a quick turnaround. barry zito takes him in just his second start since may. there is no extra pressure, tomorrow they just need to do their job. >> laura, thank you. so zito tomorrow. if that doesn't work, it's skemg uld to be jonathan sanchez on sunday. if the giants lose that game, there is a one-game playoff on monday. guys, i'm back here bright and
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early tomorrow afternoon. we'll see you, too. >> thapgnks, raj. we'll be right back. they're known for making waves on the radinio ghnit. what he said about jon stewart during a radio exuberarant that him his job. to see french masterpieces with his very own eyes. we even linked our citibank account to his so when his account ran low we just transferred funds. i just hope the language isn't a barrier. bonjour. [ mom ] my ryan can be very shy. [ male announcer ] from linked accounts to citi mobile we make it simple to manage your finances. what's your story? citibank can help you write it. you can't really love me. i know about gayle. i don't know what you're talking about. if you just tell me what happened... [ ding ] [ man ] 35th and archer. next stop hamilton.
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jon stewart a bigot and he also said he controlled the media. that was too much for cnn so they fired him. he had been with cnn since 1994. go, giants. the creator of "family


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