After upgrading their outfield and rotation, San Francisco will rely upon home-spun relievers in the 2016 campaign.
Suddenly, the San Francisco Giants starting rotation looks unexpectedly promising.
This weekend’s late-season Bay Area matchup is as close as either team will get to a World Series.
Cincinnati beat the Giants 9-8 thanks to a 10th-inning Todd Frazier solo shot off a flat Sergio Romo.
The Giants lost to the Cardinals on Sunday, putting them five games behind the Dodgers.
Giants starter Chris Heston was out-dueled by Houston’s Scott Feldman.
The streaky San Francisco Giants have one of the best offenses in the National League. It’s true. Really.
The Giants’ homecoming game Monday night morphed from a speedy toss-up into a slow-burning grind .
For a team averaging around three runs at home, the Giants made AT&T Park look like a hitter’s paradise.
The afternoon started with Chris Heston back on the mound after a no-hitter. The Diamondbacks offense finished it.
Five days ago San Francisco Giants rookie pitcher Chris Heston was at the center of the baseball world.
The national TV spotlight shined on a pretty hapless Giants team Saturday afternoon.
Giants hitters looked lethargic Friday night as Arizona’s Chris Anderson nearly no-hit San Francisco.
Rookie Chris Heston pitched a stunning no-hitter Tuesday against the Mets at Citi Field.
The Pirates needed three hours and 14 minutes to scratch out a a 7-4 comeback win over San Francisco.
Giants starter Chris Heston shut down Atlanta before Giants bats exploded with a six-run eighth inning.
San Diego rallied for six hits and five runs off starter Chris Heston to seal a 8-1 win.