The Giants needed nearly nine full innings to get their first run, and another nine to
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.
It's become abundantly clear that this is the year, if there was any, to make bold moves.
AT&T PARK — Matt Cain bounced back, but the Giants' bats couldn't muster any run support.
The A's have so far won both games against their cross-bay rivals, ignited by a potent offense.
The first thing everyone looks to, whether it's fair or not: Is Pablo Sandoval's weight to blame for his injuries?
Two years ago, Barry Zito and Pablo Sandoval were stuck on the bench. In Game 1 of the World Series, they stole the show.
When I was trying to find some good victory music to blare in the Giants' honor, I instinctively looked for something old school.
You're all true-bleeding Orange & Black fans, yeah? Then stop your boo-hoo-ing and continue supporting the guys.
We don't normally meet up so early in the week, but this Nationals series needs a discussion all on its own.
That's right, Giants Nation. You heard me. Right-fielder Hunter Pence has officially been dubbed The Techno Viking!
Injuries to Hector Sanchez and Pablo Sandoval leave Bruce Bochy with little choice but to play the struggling Baby Giraffe.
There will not be a shadow of scandal cast over the Giants clubhouse or its highly-loved third baseman.
The Giants close out the first-half in Pittsburgh and could use some positive mojo heading into the break.
Are Pablo Sandoval and Buster Posey All-Star caliber players? Absolutely. Are either worthy of starting in 2012? Absolutely not.
Praise the baseball gods, we San Francisco Giants fans won’t have to retire our Panda hats now that Pablo Sandoval has inked a new deal.
Giants GM Brian Sabean has discussed the possibility of giving Pablo Sandoval spot starts at catcher.
After the departure of Carlos Beltran for St. Louis, big bad manager Bruce Bochy has a number of options for building a more effective batting lineup.
Ain’t no rest for the Panda Man! Just days after returning from a five-game exhibition in Taiwan, the ever-loveable Pablo Sandoval was getting back into ship-shape for the 2012 baseball season.
All Bay, All Day