A late Giants rally Tuesday night ended up not being enough, following a San Francisco pattern of not enough offense.
The Giants placed southpaw Conner Menez on the taxi squad Saturday and manager Bruce Bochy announced that Menez will make his big league debut starting …
Suddenly, the Giants can’t stop scoring.
Drew Pomeranz got ahead of 13 of 23 batters out of the gate, but the Giants offense offered his dazzling performance no support.
Five batters into the game, Drew Pomeranz was already one knee, watching a ball sail into the left field bleachers, with Chris Taylor circling the bases after hitting a three-run homer.
The Padre defense played as San Francisco’s 26th man in the Giants 4-2 victory Wednesday. The bottom of the fifth and beyond became a comedy of errors that likely left San Diegans everywhere facepalming.
Giants pitching wasn’t leaky Friday, it was Niagara Falls.
The Giants got clobbered Tuesday night. Again.
It took 18 innings, but the Giants rubbed two wins together for the first time in 2019.
Left-handed starter Brett Anderson pitched a solid six to take the opening game.
With cannabis still illegal in Massachusetts — at least for a few more months — the Red Sox rolled into to Oakland to smoke the (Kelly) Green.
Bashing four home runs Saturday, the Oakland Athletics buried the Boston Red Sox for a third straight day.
Oakland celebrated a walk-off home run from Mark Canha to hand the Boston Red Sox a second-straight loss Friday night.
As May winds down, just four pitchers in the majors have recorded more than one complete game.
Scott Kazmir pitched eight exceptional innings in what may become his last home start in an A’s uniform.
The return of Oakland A’s All Star-hopeful pitcher Sonny Gray will be pushed back at least one more game.
Zippy A’s outfielder Billy Burns scored both Oakland runs, challenging Seth Smith’s arm from left field in the first and again in the seventh.
Something was different in the air at the Coliseum Tuesday night.
Oakland’s rotation looks pretty darned good. And that might be an understatement.
The Oakland Athletics starting rotation for 2015 is made up of a few returning familiar faces.