The MLB is making the Giants and their fanbase sweat this week, offering guidelines for an A’s move down south.
The Giants come into 2013 with most of their World Series-winning roster intact, a bonus when you consider their amazing chemistry.
If Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens aren’t allowed into the Baseball Hall of Fame, why even bother having it?
A funny icebreaker by Hiroyuki Nakajima led to an informal ranking of the sexiest general managers in baseball.
The baseball season just wrapped up for the Giants and the accolades are beginning to roll in for Giants catcher Buster Posey.
I’m writing you not as a fan, not as a sportswriter, but as a little tutu-wearing blonde with little patience for Fox’s garbage announcers.
How are your tickers, Giants Nation?!? Because I’m pretty sure that mine stopped a couple of times over the past few days.
The A’s and Giants are both in win-or-go-home situations, but both have the talent — and the heart — to win three straight.
If my sports-loving memory serves me right, it all started when I was about three years old.
Disgraced outfielder Melky Cabrera will not be rejoining the Giants for their post-season run.
Giants skipper Bruce Bochy said Wednesday that Tim Lincecum’s regular start Sunday against San Diego was up in the air.
If painted nails bring good juju and a fabulous play-off run, then paint on, oh Bearded One.
Manager Bruce Bochy announced Sunday that all five Giants starting pitchers would be making the playoff roster.
With two weeks left in the season, Melky Cabrera is clinging to a seven-point lead in the race for the NL batting title.
The Giants believe in magic. Their magic number, that is — eight — to eliminate the hated Dodgers from division contention.