Thursday afternoon's game went into extra innings again. This time, the San Francisco Giants would be on the losing end.
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.
Matt Cain kept on his steady roll, pitching six innings of shutout ball to pace the Giants to a 2-1 victory.
The Giants' 6-13 record is worst in the NL and the team's worst since 1983.
Left arm up in a sling, Madison Bumgarner took some time before Friday's game to tell a sea of cameras and reporters, in very vague terms, what happened that fateful off-day he sprained his throwing shoulder.
Madison Bumgarner was placed on the disabled list for the first time in his career Friday.
Jeff Samardzija gave up all four runs through the first 11 batters he faced, then once the rain waned, fell into a stride.
A determined Jarrett Parker leapt shoulder-first into the wall to make an inning-ending catch. Then he stumbled into shallow left and fell to his knees, clutching his right shoulder.
Bruce Bochy unloaded all of his left-handed hitters -- a logical maneuver, a given, on paper. But his logical lineup began to look entirely flawed.
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.
Madison Bumgarner will eventually get his first win of the year. But it won't happen during this home stand.
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.
Tuesday morning, the Giants (3-5) announced that Posey would be placed on the seven-day concussion disabled list.
Spirits at AT&T Park were high as ever in San Francisco's 4-1 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Opening Day.
Jeff Samardzija went through a particularly grueling lull last season. That Samardzija was nowhere to be found in Friday's game.
It's official: Matt Cain will be the San Francisco Giants' fifth starter at the onset of this 2017 season.
The Giants get another Spring win, but the game presented a couple opportunities for the 25-man to reveal itself.
Tommy John surgery will sideline Giants reliever Will Smith for 2017, but the timing could have him back for the 2018 season.
Mac Williamson could start the year in Sacramento and the outfield picture will look a little like this: Denard Span, Hunter Pence and Jarrett Parker.
The Giants opened Spring Training in Scottsdale Tuesday without six of some of the organization's most beloved players.
Ty Blach's late-season success grew out of his sponge-like attention to the success around him.
Mark Melancon stood behind the podium at his new home and buttoned up a jersey with a familiar number: 41.
No longer will Bruce Bochy have to trot to the mound over and over to protect a lead. At least, that's the hope.
Joe Panik, Brandon Crawford, and Buster Posey will be known as the best defensive players at their respective infield positions from the 2016 season.
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.
Almost as if it were meant to be, San Francisco lost a three-run, ninth-inning lead in Game 4 of the NLDS to send Chicago into the NLCS.
As Monday night's playoff drama unfolded, 16-year-old Louis B. from Burlingame tossed his orange rally rag to Giants reliever Derek Law.
In the 13th inning, fueled by Derek Law's incessant rally flag-waving, Joe Panik pummeled a walk-off boomer off Levi's Landing.
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.
All the 'coconuts' in the world wouldn't crack the Cubs on their path toward destiny: they beat the Giants 1-0 Friday 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 key to a perfect Wild Card storm will be for San Francisco's core bats to play their game.
With a 7-1, series-sweeping win over the Dodgers in Game 162, the Giants clinched a spot in the postseason.