POSEY BREAKS TIE, GIANTS PILE ON LATE IN ROUT OF A'S

Buster Posey broke a sixth-inning tie with an RBI single and Steven Duggar capped a big game with a two-run double in a five-run seventh, propelling the ...

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Posey: A posey can be a small flower bouquet. As a surname it is of French and English origins, originating and or derived from the Greek word Desposyni.