All Bay, All Day
Thousands of fans packed the field -- yes, the field -- of San Francisco's AT&T Park Saturday.
Tyler Beede will sport the number 38 on his back when pitchers and catchers report to Scottsdale, Ariz. Feb. 13 and 14.
Buster Posey: “Those guys are baseball players and they want to win, and that’s what our goal is."
The Giants organization has come to terms with its embarrassing 2017 season. It happened, it was bad, and it's being flushed.
After 60 years on San Francisco's waterfront, the owners of SB40 say they are being forced out.
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.
Giants general manager Bobby Evans said the organization plans to exercise left-hander Matt Moore's option for 2018.
Bruce Bochy, like his catcher Buster Posey, chooses his words carefully.
The safest bet in town this summer is a Giants loss.
The Giants were done. Down three runs with two outs in the bottom of the ninth, about 1,000 fans lingered.
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.
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.
Around 5 a.m., June 2, Austin Slater loaded the bus en route to Albuquerque, New Mexico with his Sacramento RiverCats teammates.
Ty Blach held a 1.67 ERA on the AT&T mound this season heading into Tuesday's game. Breaking that down into some number soup, that's seven runs in 33.2 innings. Hitters, from both sides of the plate, managing a .190 average off the lefty.
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.
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.
Wednesday was looking more and more like just another loss for the lowly Giants.
If we’ve learned one thing about Christian Arroyo in his first week in the big leagues, it’s that he’s not afraid of the big moment. It also looks like he’s not afraid of Clayton Kershaw.
Giants manager Bruce Bochy underwent heart surgery Tuesday morning in San Diego and will miss San Francisco's upcoming two-game series in Kansas City.
Spirits at AT&T Park were high as ever in San Francisco's 4-1 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Opening Day.
Ty Blach's late-season success grew out of his sponge-like attention to the success around him.
No longer will Bruce Bochy have to trot to the mound over and over to protect a lead. At least, that's the hope.
Miscommunication on the base paths seemed an ever-present issue through the 2016 season.
The Giants bullpen struggled all season, and the Giants are likely to make some moves to rebuild the relief staff this winter.
Despite the Cubs' 2-0 NLDS series lead, the mythical patterns through which we predict the fate of an otherwise sputtering team lean heavy in the Giants' favor.
As impressive as it was, the Chicago Cubs did nothing more than what was expected -- hold serve at home.
Denard Span and Joe Panik sat, while Gorkys Hernandez and Kelby Tomlinson made their presence felt in Game 1 of the NLDS.
Conor Gillaspie's ninth-inning bomb off one of the best closers in baseball forced a collective exhale across the Bay Area.
The Giants were eliminated from NL West contention Sunday, which gives them six whole games to push aside the Mets and Cardinals.
Bruce Bochy skipped batting practice so his squad could get extra rest, and the move paid major dividends.