If the Giants are using September as a test chamber for 2019, Chris Shaw might be their most intriguing subject.
Andrew Suárez had one rough, three-run inning Thursday night, but it was enough to hogtie a Giants squad for whom even a three-run deficit has seemed insurmountable.
The Giants and Mariners played a game of inches Tuesday night at Safeco Field.
Stephen Piscotty stayed as hot as an Independence Day firecracker Sunday, finishing the first half on a nine-game hitting streak.
It took the Giants and Cubs 11 innings to untie the knot in their series-opener at AT&T Park Monday night.
The performances put out by Suárez, Stratton and Rodríguez in recent weeks have been the definition of forcing the hands of decision-makers.
Brandon Crawford provided the offense Saturday afternoon, guiding the Giants back to .500.
The Giants faced the Marlins Monday in a rematch of a series that San Francisco lost three games to one in Miami last week.
Saturday’s game at AT&T park was a classic pitcher’s duel, between Giants rookie Andrew Suárez and Phillies righty Vince Velasquez.
The Giants came into Sunday’s game with a 15-6 record in games in which they score first.
The sun was ready for baseball at AT&T Park on Wednesday afternoon. But the Giants were not.
The first ninth-inning home run served up by Giants closer Hunter Strickland this season turned out to be a big one.
The Giants offense put the screws to Kenta Maeda from the start and never let up, taking a 4-2 victory.
The Giants have been quietly pushing Johnny Cueto’s start back for several days now.
The San Francisco Giants have long since been characterized as a team built on pitching and defense.
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.