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The Giants infield of the past few seasons has shown spurts of being one of the better units in the majors.
Buster Posey: “Those guys are baseball players and they want to win, and that’s what our goal is."
Bobby Evans and his team had only small spaces to work with.
San Francisco's road to recovery from 98 losses back into postseason contention is a hazardous one.
The last game of the Giants’ 2017 season got off to an all-too-familiar start Sunday afternoon.
Amid the pomp and circumstance of the Willie Mac Award ceremony, and Matt Cain's final career start, the Giants had one goal going into the season's final weekend: win one game.
The Giants have now won three games in a row and need only avoid losing seven of their final nine to stave off 100.
The Giants lost their 93rd game Saturday, a two-and-a-half hour dose of Ambien disguised as a 2-0 defeat.
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.
The worst fear of any baseball player became Brandon Belt's reality on Friday night against the Arizona Diamondbacks.
The safest bet in town this summer is a Giants loss.
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.
Two triples, two doubles, nine runs, a trio of dazzling Brandon Crawford putouts, six shutout innings.
Johnny Cueto piggybacked off a strong, two-run start in Atlanta with a 115-pitch, 7-inning outing Saturday.
The Giants had five innings to score three runs against the second-worst bullpen in baseball. Most days, this would be too steep a hill to climb. Sunday afternoon, it was cake.
It's not been for a lack of hustle, but the out-of-sync Giants (22-33) were swept by the Nationals 33-19) after falling 3-1 Wednesday night.
Clayton Kershaw was near perfect. Johnny Cueto was not. That was the simple math needed in a 6-1 Dodger demolition
The same Giants who struggled to get hits beyond the infield have now hit 16 home runs in 15 games.
The entire San Francisco Giants bullpen pitched in Friday night's 17-inning marathon, so pressure was on Matt Moore to deliver for the long haul Saturday.
This one took 17 innings. Buster Posey was in the squat for all 269 Giants pitches.
Michael Morse took the batter's box at AT&T Park, down one run in the eighth -- it felt all too familiar.
The Dodgers gave Kershaw a mighty one-run lead he'd keep through his 7-inning, seven-strikeout outing.
Chris Marrero blasted his first career home run to left field, propping the Giants to a 8-2 win over the Colorado Rockies Friday night.
Matt Cain hadn't won a game in April since his complete game shutout against the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2012 -- a simpler time for the staff ace of yesteryear.
Baseball is a game of inches. Tuesday night's game came down to about five of them.
Spirits at AT&T Park were high as ever in San Francisco's 4-1 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Opening Day.
Mark Melancon recorded his first save in a Giants uniform to seal a 5-3 win over San Diego, a game in which the Giants had held a comfortable 5-0 advantage.
Jeff Samardzija went through a particularly grueling lull last season. That Samardzija was nowhere to be found in Friday's game.
The Giants get another Spring win, but the game presented a couple opportunities for the 25-man to reveal itself.
Behind a dominating performance, the USA has risen to the peak of world baseball competition claiming its first World Baseball Classic title.
For the first time in the brief history of the World Baseball Classic the United States of America will play for the tournament's ultimate prize.