Sunday was supposed to be about a lot of things at AT&T Park: appreciation for Hunter Pence in his final appearance as a Giant after …
A Madison Bumgarner walkoff single in the bottom of the twelfth snapped the Giants’ five-game losing streak.
The Giants played nine innings in Wednesday’s 8-4 loss, but they probably only needed to play two.
In what has been the lowest point of the Giants season, Chris Stratton provided a much-needed injection of positivity.
In Sunday’s rubber match between the Giants and Mets, Chris Stratton put up a quality outing, and even notched his team’s only RBI. But Stratton couldn’t do it all himself.
Many have ruled the Giants out of the post-season and it’s not an unreasonable assumption to make at this point.
The baseball gods have victimized yet another key Giant, as the team announced Saturday that they will continue to monitor Buster Posey for concussion symptoms.
The Giants announced Wednesday that Johnny Cueto will undergo Tommy John surgery to repair the ulnar collateral ligament in his right arm.
The Giants managed the impact of yet another blow to their starting nine Thursday.
Veteran southpaw Derek Holland will return to the Giants starting rotation, replacing Jeff Samardzija Wednesday in Seattle.
The Giants starting rotation was beginning to hit its stride right around the time Samardzija and Cueto returned from the DL.
With the strain to Panik’s left groin and Samardzija’s return the Giants needed to make several roster changes ahead of Saturday’s first pitch.
Thursday night was supposed to be a cotillion of sorts for Johnny Cueto.
Long-lost Giants starting pitchers Johnny Cueto and Jeff Samardzija are set to return for the weekend series against St. Louis.
The performances put out by Suárez, Stratton and Rodríguez in recent weeks have been the definition of forcing the hands of decision-makers.
It became apparent in the first inning that the series-capper would have a score more familiar to the confines of Coors Field than AT&T Park.
On the back of six shutdown innings from Clayton Richard, the Padres (35-43) sent their losing streak to its demise Friday night.
Wednesday afternoon’s rubber match between the Giants and the Diamondbacks was something nearer to a Paul Goldschmidt exhibition than anything else for the first nine …
Madison Bumgarner’s return to the Giants wasn’t exactly triumphant, as the Giants took a 3-1 loss Tuesday night at AT&T Park.
Friday was a homecoming for the Giants but it was a different kind of return for two specific Giants