In an effort to secure their first four-game sweep of the Cubs since June 2012, San Francisco couldn’t capitalize.
Tyler Beede had a setback Wednesday afternoon at Oracle Park in the Giants series finale with the Cubs.
The Oakland A’s began this series 0-4 against Seattle this season, before finishing the series with a sweep.
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.
It took the Giants and Cubs 11 innings to untie the knot in their series-opener at AT&T Park Monday night.
The National League Central division was a top-heavy division last season, and it will see little change this year.
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 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.
The 2017 MLB season is on the horizon. With Opening Day around the corner, here’s a look at how the National League Central will shape up this season.
Following back-to-back seasons of 90-plus losses, the A’s are primed to once again rise from the American League West cellar.
The crack of the bat. The pop of gloves. The fizzle of a frosty beer. At last, baseball is back.
The A’s have moved five players to the 40-man roster, including Jaycob Brugman and Franklin Barreto, protecting them from the rule 5 draft.
Just one week into the offseason the Oakland Athletics have begun their rebuild toward an improved 2017.
One of two fan bases which have endured a combined 176 years without a World Series celebration will finally get to do exactly that in two short weeks.
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.
A bomb to win the wild card wasn’t enough Conor Gillaspie. So he came through again Monday night, with the season on the line.