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The Giants went two years without a comeback victory in the ninth inning. Now they've done it in consecutive road games.
Clayton Kershaw was near perfect. Johnny Cueto was not. That was the simple math needed in a 6-1 Dodger demolition
The same Giants who struggled to get hits beyond the infield have now hit 16 home runs in 15 games.
A four-hit, four-run fourth inning propelled the Giants to their fourth-straight win, a satisfying 8-4 triumph.
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.
This one took 17 innings. Buster Posey was in the squat for all 269 Giants pitches.
The Giants managed to keep the Reds humble, but still took their 24th loss of the season Thursday night.
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.
It was tale of two games. The San Francisco Giants had a 2-0 lead, cruising into the ninth.
The Giants blew yet another lead Saturday night, losing 12-4 to San Diego and spoiling another solid outing from starter Matt Cain.
With the Giants and Padres tied in the eighth inning Friday night, San Francisco rookie Christian Arroyo stepped to the plate.
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.
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.
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.
Mark Melancon recorded his first save in a Giants uniform to seal a 5-3 win over San Diego, a game in which the Giants had held a comfortable 5-0 advantage.
The Dodgers win the division and make another playoff run with their strong pitching staff. The Giants have a decent season and fight for a wild-card spot.
A day trip across the Bay Bridge yielded a renovated Oakland Coliseum, some sun, and finally, some scoring.
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.
Though it did not deter them from winning the World Series in 2014, the San Francisco Giants have not claimed the National League West division title since 2012. That streak is primed to end.