1. In one of those familiar canned commerical that Fox regional networks use to advertise the teams they show, there was an ad with this voiceover: "The Giants are aiming at a division title. But will need to beat the National League's elite to reach the postseason. Standing in the way is Miguel Cabrera and the Florida Marlins ..."
2. Announcers Mike Krukow and Duane Kuiper were hoping that catcher Eliezer Alfonzo would be able to get a jersey with his name spelled correctly on it when the Giants got back home. The present jersey reads "Alfonso". I think Mr. Alfonzo will be OK since the Giants don't use names on their home jerseys.
3. On the way out to a commercial, Kuiper called the Mets "the Dodgers."
In the case of #1, I'm pretty sure that the people at Fox just record all those at the beginning of the year. I've heard the Fox network that handles the Pirates speak of a Pirates-Marlins series in similar tones.