All Bay, All Day
AT&T Park sold out to watch the two teams with the lowest win percentages in the NL -- Giants and Phillies -- play baseball.
The MLB unveiled a new line of jerseys for "Player's Weekend," because, apparently, the other weekends were for someone else..
The Cubs came to San Francisco feeling good about the slate of Giants starters they'd face.
Buster Posey's three-run home run — his first since July 14 — fueled the Giants to a 6-3 win over Chicago.
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.
The Giants optioned Jae-gyun Hwang to Sacramento, brought Jarrett Parker back to San Francisco, and designated for assignment Conor Gillaspie.
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 safest bet in town this summer is a Giants loss.
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 done. Down three runs with two outs in the bottom of the ninth, about 1,000 fans lingered.
The Giants were 0-5 in Madison Bumgarner's starts, in which his offense had given him eight total runs.
The Giants are reportedly interested in signing Pablo Sandoval, per reports from MLB's Jesse Sanchez and Jon Heyman.
Matt Cain went a solid six innings before Buster Posey delivered the pinch-hit, go-ahead double in a three-run eighth inning.
On his 30th birthday, Conor Gillaspie pinch-hit in the 10th inning, hoping to prevent an extra-inning marathon.
Why are the Giants so awful this year? They're under-performing in every facet, to put it simply.
The first half San Francisco didn't want to see any more kept going for two extra innings.
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.
Buster Posey will start his fourth MLB All-Star game, fifth overall, this year as the San Francisco Giants' lone representative in Miami.
Jae-gyun Hwang made it to San Francisco just in time to see Denard Span's 14th inning walk-off at midnight Wednesday morning.
Entering Tuesday night, the Colorado Rockies were 45-0 when leading after eight innings this season. They are now 45-1.
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.
The Mets swept the series with an 8-2 win Sunday afternoon. The Giants have lost 12 of their last 13 games.
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.
The bottom-dwelling Mets dragged Ty Blach through a gruesome seven-run, 11-hit trio of innings.
Last season, Johnny Cueto allowed just one home run in all of June -- 15 all season. A trio of home runs surrendered to the Kansas City Royals Wednesday afternoon helped him eclipse that season mark just 14 days into June.
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.
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.