The Giants awarded Kevin Pillar with the 40th annual Willie Mac Award in a pregame ceremony ahead of Friday’s series opener with the Dodgers.
Johnny Cueto pitched five innings of one-hit ball to set the note for a 5-4 Giants win.
San Diego spent six innings hitting the snot out of just about everything Jeff Samardzija was throwing Sunday afternoon at Oracle Park.
Kevin Pillar is undergoing the concussion protocol after taking a 97-mph fastball on the chin in the first inning of Friday’s contest with San Diego. He said he has had no concussion symptoms and was cleared to start Saturday against the Padres.
Sunday’s series finale between the Giants and Phillies turned into a bullpen game, but the Giants took that term to new heights.
Jeff Samardzija’s performance Saturday afternoon facing a Phillies squad that shelled Giants pitchers for nine runs the night before was nothing short of dominant.
For a ballpark typically favored by pitchers, the bats were cracking loudly as the Phillies and Giants put on a raucous show Friday night at Oracle Park.
Deep into the Dog Days of Summer, a defensive dogfight dictated developments Sunday afternoon.
Suddenly, the Giants can’t stop scoring.
Ace Madison Bumgarner (W, 5-7, 4.02 ERA) made his 13th quality start of the season Sunday afternoon at Oracle Park, tossing seven dominant innings against …
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.
The Giants got clobbered Tuesday night. Again.
Jeff Samardzija offered the Giants his best performance since 2017 Thursday night at Oracle Park, striking out seven through seven shutout innings on 90 pitches.
A seemingly perfect storm had aligned for this Giants team. Instead, it turned into more of the same for San Francisco.
The Giants scored before the fourth inning Saturday for the first time in nine games. It was only the beginning of a riotous offensive attack led by Steven Duggar and Brandon Belt, resulting in a 6-4 victory over the Rays.
In their third attempt at a series sweep this season, the A’s once again came up short.
The Blue Jays ran themselves out of two solid scoring opportunities. And that was all the A’s would need.
Sean Manaea extended his run of dominance, quieting the Toronto Blue Jays over 6 innings.
The A’s have some things to address, and it’s mostly defensive. With winter meetings slated to begin Monday afternoon, it seems as though they’ll address …