The Giants struck early with a burst of power in Friday night’s rival game with the Dodgers.
The Giants entered Wednesday with a chance to sweep their first series of 2018 and reach .500 for the first time since April 12. Instead, …
The Giants expect lefty reliever Will Smith to make his long awaited return to the big league roster on May 1.
The Giants beat the A’s, 3-0, Tuesday in their Spring Training finale and now enter the regular season wounded but cautiously optimistic.
Predicting the Giants 25-man roster-to-be one week into March is equal parts clear and cloudy.
The Giants spent the offseason improving the infield and outfield on both sides of the ball but had done very little to upgrade the bullpen. Until Friday, that is.
Since the departure of fixtures Javier Lopez, Santiago Casilla and Sergio Romo the San Francisco bullpen has lacked lockdown-ability.
The A’s with a 8-5 win Monday, and San Francisco fell deeper into its franchise-worst hole.
The entire San Francisco Giants bullpen pitched in Friday night’s 17-inning marathon, so pressure was on Matt Moore to deliver for the long haul Saturday.
Jeff Samardzija went through a particularly grueling lull last season. That Samardzija was nowhere to be found in Friday’s game.
Though it did not deter them from winning the World Series in 2014, the San Francisco Giants have not claimed the National League West division title since 2012. That streak is primed to end.
Tommy John surgery will sideline Giants reliever Will Smith for 2017, but the timing could have him back for the 2018 season.
By now, Giants fans have gone through the five stages of Matt Duffy trade grief.
A healthy Sergio Romo is a very welcome sight for a pretty dinged-up Giants squad.
After a 2015 full of key injuries, the Giants enter the season’s final seven games still in the hunt.