Ryan Vogelsong did not eat enchiladas Saturday night. He was in the stands at AT&T Park and could not have the food he ritually ate the night before a start. Wife Nicole got him a Cha Cha Bowl. Something else was amiss Sunday before Vogelsong made his final trip to a big-league mound as a player. "This is the first time I came to the ballpark stress-free in a long time," he said. The stress was replaced by joy as the owner of two Giants World Series rings formally retired after 12 never-easy big-league seasons. He donned his familiar No.
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2014 - CHA CHA AMBULETTE TRANSPORTATION CORP.
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