All Bay, All Day
Band Together Bay Area is hosting a benefit concert on Nov. 9 at AT&T Park featuring Metallica, Dave Matthews, G-Eazy and others.
Cueto's rough season signals one of the biggest discrepancies between this year and the first half of the last.
Cain was young by any industry’s standards when he made his way to San Francisco.
Willie Mays is the best there ever was, with a legacy stamped by the picture of World Series glory.
The Giants have now won three games in a row and need only avoid losing seven of their final nine to stave off 100.
Rumor has it Shohei Otani could be on his way to MLB from the Pacific League's Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters this offseason.
Hunter Pence smoked a walk-off sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth to seal the Giants 4-3 win.
The Giants took a nice step backward with a 3-2 loss to the Diamondbacks. They'll now need to go 6-7 in their remaining 13 games.
Things have to go perfectly for the Giants on Clayton Kershaw day, even with his team in an historic slump.
The Giants have announced their 2018 schedule. And for the ninth-straight year the stands at AT&T park will be empty on Opening Day.
All of San Francisco’s parking meters and city-operated garages could soon be part of The City’s demand-responsive parking program known as SFpark.
Since these last few weeks will play out as teasers to the Giants' prep for 2018, it's time to decide what gaps can be filled.
Johnny Cueto made his long-awaited return to the Majors Friday, and made the most of what was expected to be limited action.
It's simple, and it's been said: An improved Matt Moore will be essential to an improved 2018 Giants team.
Milwaukee has hit 184 home runs this year, the long-ball acting as the main gear to this high-powered offense.
Stratton's outing primed his team for a 2-0 win over the Brewers Monday -- the Giants' first shutout at home and second all season.
Bruce Bochy, like his catcher Buster Posey, chooses his words carefully.
Span's misplay of Rupp's fly ball, game tied 4-4, sent the Giants spiraling into a 12-9 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies Saturday night.
Matt Moore had one of his best starts, holding the Phillies to one hit through the first seven in the 10-2 win.
AT&T Park sold out to watch the two teams with the lowest win percentages in the NL -- Giants and Phillies -- play baseball.
Carlos Moncrief had a four-inning introduction to AT&T Park's jagged right field, by his fifth, Monday night, it finally introduced itself back.
One of the more consistent elements to a patent 2016 Giants Loss is the lack of speed and strength from the outfield.
Jeff Samardzija dealt one of his strongest outings of the season at a time with more eyes on him than any other Giant.
Nunez slapped a two-run double in the fourth amid a three-inning, 10-run flurry. He laughed as Span flipped on his back sliding home.
The San Diego Padres have hit 11 home runs at AT&T Park this year, half the amount the Giants have hit on their home field.
Those chosen to play a hangover day game after a near-five hour extra-inning game suffered a similar kind of marathon
Out with the new and in with the old seemed to be the theme at AT&T Park early Saturday morning.
The Giants were 0-5 in Madison Bumgarner's starts, in which his offense had given him eight total runs.
The first half San Francisco didn't want to see any more kept going for two extra innings.
Jeff Samardzija looked to draw blood early on Saturday against the Miami Marlins in San Francisco, but in the first inning, the Shark got bit.
Jae-gyun Hwang made it to San Francisco just in time to see Denard Span's 14th inning walk-off at midnight Wednesday morning.
The San Francisco Giants will call up former Korean baseball star Jae-gyun Hwang Wednesday.
Two triples, two doubles, nine runs, a trio of dazzling Brandon Crawford putouts, six shutout innings.
Madison Bumgarner taking swings at AT&T Park was a welcome sight for a team fresh off a disappointing sweep.
Johnny Cueto piggybacked off a strong, two-run start in Atlanta with a 115-pitch, 7-inning outing Saturday.
The Giants are 28-48, 21.5 games back of the first-place Rockies in the NL West and on track to record an historically awful season.