The San Francisco Giants have long since been characterized as a team built on pitching and defense.
San Francisco's road to recovery from 98 losses back into postseason contention is a hazardous one.
The Giants have now won three games in a row and need only avoid losing seven of their final nine to stave off 100.
Giants general manager Bobby Evans said the organization plans to exercise left-hander Matt Moore's option for 2018.
Truth has revealed itself once again. The Giants are not a good baseball team this year and the Dodgers, in fact, are.
It's simple, and it's been said: An improved Matt Moore will be essential to an improved 2018 Giants team.
Matt Moore had one of his best starts, holding the Phillies to one hit through the first seven in the 10-2 win.
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.
Those chosen to play a hangover day game after a near-five hour extra-inning game suffered a similar kind of marathon
Why are the Giants so awful this year? They're under-performing in every facet, to put it simply.
Bruce Bochy and his crew have already started discussions on how they plan on adjusting the rotation with Madison Bumgarner's impending return.
Giancarlo Stanton handed Matt Moore his loss just two at-bats into the Miami Marlins's 6-1 win Friday 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.
Thursday afternoon's game went into extra innings again. This time, the San Francisco Giants would be on the losing end.
The Giants are all in on this even-year run, so much so that they steamrolled the fanbase with a final-minute stunner.
Behind a trio of two-out RBIs and another big game from Jose Altuve, Houston escaped Oakland with an afternoon win.