Mayor Ed Lee is offering Humphry Slocombe ice cream, Boudin sourdough bread and Philz coffee.
AT&T PARK — Some players wait years to join the dance. Others cut in at just the right time.
Jake Peavy will once again wear Tim Hudson's pants on the mound in the World Series.
With World Series hysteria hitting the Bay Area, BART officials are getting ready for record-setting crowds.
AT&T PARK — For the third time in five years, the Giants have won the pennant.
AT&T PARK — Relatively speaking, Game Four of the NLCS was a slugfest.
AT&T PARK — The Giants turned the National League Championship Series back around Tuesday afternoon.
The Giants sojourn in St. Louis Saturday for the National League pennant.
The Giants needed nearly nine full innings to get their first run, and another nine to
The visiting Giants stole Game 1 of the NLDS against the Washington Nationals 3-2 Friday.
Game 1 features one man in the twilight of his career another in the prime of his.
The only thing quieter than the Pittsburgh crowd were the collective bats of the Pirates.
Buster Posey knows Andrew McCutchen is a talented baseball player, but he has a little more insight than most.
One game: That's the only shot the Giants get at advancing in this year's postseason.
AT&T Park — In their final home game of the regular season the Giants topped the Padres 9-3.
AT&T PARK — AT&T Park looked more like a venue for New Kids on the Block Saturday.
AT&T PARK — After yesterday's playoff-clinching drama, Friday night fell a bit short.
AT&T PARK — Champagne flowed through the clubhouse after Thursday's playoff-clinching win.
O.CO COLISEUM — The A's have already sustained the worst collapse in the history of baseball.
O.CO COLISEUM — The A's got on base. But like Napoleon Dynamite, they couldn't score.
O.CO COLISEUM — It's not often a team scores six runs on two hits.
O.CO COLISEUM — Josh Donaldson delivered an 8-6 win in the tenth inning on a walk-off homer.
O.CO COLISEUM — Just as the A's looked to be gaining momentum, the mood soured.
O.CO COLISEUM — The A's offense showed up for an inning against the last-place Phillies.
O.CO Coliseum — Moving forward the Oakland A's need to find a way to do one thing — win.
O.CO COLISEUM — Each game, the A's seem to come up with a new way to lose.
O.CO COLISEUM — After a feel-good weekend, what followed was a costly comedy of errors.
AT&T PARK — Clayton Kershaw helped extend Los Angeles' lead to three with 13 to play.
AT&T PARK — Saturday night's game was all Dodgers, as they absolutely pummeled the Giants.
AT&T PARK — San Francisco is now just one game shy of taking back first place.
AT&T PARK — Commissioner of Baseball Bud Selig made AT&T Park the 18th stop on his farewell tour.
AT&T PARK — Giants starting pitching added another chapter to its success Thursday afternoon.
Oakland failed to muster any resemblance of an offense falling again to the White Sox Thursday.
U.S. CELLULAR FIELD — The White Sox muzzled A's hitters while showing just enough pop of their own in a somewhat sleepy 2-1 win.
AT&T PARK — Wednesday night's game started a little late, and so did the Giants' bats.
In his first complete game of the season Yusmeiro Petit stifled the Diamondbacks in Tuesday's 5-1 victory.
All Bay, All Day