The Giants announced Sunday that Jeff Samardzija will be placed on the 10-day disabled list going into the All Star Break.
In his second start since rehabbing from right shoulder tightness Saturday, Jeff Samardzija struggled to find his footing.
Game one of the Bay Bridge Series went to San Francisco Friday night.
"my brother ... has always told me, ‘You know, you’re bigger and faster and stronger than me you should have more pop than me.’”
The Giants-Cubs rubber match was yet another low-scoring nail-biter so familiar to Giants fans this season.
Making the spot-start Derek Holland flashed a level of dominance the Giants had only seen glimpses of over the course of his 17 previous starts.
Johnny Cueto’s second start after returning from an extended stay on the disabled list with right elbow inflammation is slated for Wednesday.
It took the Giants and Cubs 11 innings to untie the knot in their series-opener at AT&T Park Monday night.
Buster Posey will decline his invitation to the 89th annual All-Star Game in Washington, D.C. next week.
Two or potentially three players will represent the Giants on the National League roster for the 89th annual All-Star Game.
The Giants had offered all of 14 runs in support of Madison Bumgarner’s eight 2018 starts. But Sunday, run support was not a problem.
The Giants announced a flurry of moves Sunday, including the elevation of a pair of Triple-A players many have been waiting for.
The Giants found their rotation finally compete with Jeff Samardzija clicking into place as the final piece to the puzzle Saturday afternoon.
With the strain to Panik’s left groin and Samardzija’s return the Giants needed to make several roster changes ahead of Saturday's first pitch.
With his father, Hall of Famer Iván Rodríguez, looking on, Dereck Rodríguez put Cardinal after Cardinal down.
Thursday night was supposed to be a cotillion of sorts for Johnny Cueto.
Long-lost Giants starting pitchers Johnny Cueto and Jeff Samardzija are set to return for the weekend series against St. Louis.
The performances put out by Suárez, Stratton and Rodríguez in recent weeks have been the definition of forcing the hands of decision-makers.
It became apparent in the first inning that the series-capper would have a score more familiar to the confines of Coors Field than AT&T Park.
Wednesday night’s game opened with Madison Bumgarner's 1,500th strikeout, a fitting milestone for the masterpiece he tossed.
After lasting just four innings on 88 pitches Tuesday, the Giants have opted to schedule a fourth rehab start for the big righty.
Pit a visiting team with a road record of 23-18 against a host 24-13 at home. What do you get?
Giants rookie Dereck Rodríguez and Padres lefty Eric Lauer made one mistake apiece Sunday afternoon, each in the form of a solo homer.
On the back of six shutdown innings from Clayton Richard, the Padres (35-43) sent their losing streak to its demise Friday night.
Bumgarner pitched eight scoreless innings, giving up just three hits while striking out eight, and added an RBI, to take a 3-0 victory.
The second game of three between the Giants and Marlins seemed shaded by the specter of a pair of guys who weren’t even at AT&T Park.
Hunter Strickland let his machismo get the better of him again Monday night.
The Giants faced the Marlins Monday in a rematch of a series that San Francisco lost three games to one in Miami last week.
Brandon Crawford was placed on the paternity list Monday as he is expecting his fourth child.
Jeff Samardzija put up promising numbers in his first rehab start Friday with Triple-A Sacramento.
The Giants suffered yet another ding to their starting lineup Thursday in Miami when Evan Longoria suffered a fractured left pinkie.
Wednesday afternoon’s rubber match between the Giants and the Diamondbacks was something nearer to a Paul Goldschmidt exhibition than anything else for the first nine innings.
But all that was washed away with a two-out ninth-inning swing of the bat…
Madison Bumgarner's return to the Giants wasn’t exactly triumphant, as the Giants took a 3-1 loss Tuesday night at AT&T Park.
What started as a pitcher's duel erupted, resulting in what was ultimately a hitting clinic put on by the Giants.
With the second overall pick in the 2018 MLB Draft, the Giants selected Georgia Tech catcher Joey Bart.
Dereck Rodriguez showed confidence, composure and poise on the mound Sunday — three of Bochy’s favorite attributes in a young starter.