Dereck Rodriguez showed confidence, composure and poise on the mound Sunday — three of Bochy’s favorite attributes in a young starter.
Saturday’s game at AT&T park was a classic pitcher’s duel, between Giants rookie Andrew Suárez and Phillies righty Vince Velasquez.
The Giants made a spate of significant roster changes Friday ahead of their series opener with the Phillies.
The Giants scattered four hits over the final eight innings and failed to ever string anything together.
One fourth-inning rally had both starters hitting the showers long before the Giants made it two in a row over the Reds.
The Giants have been bitten by the injury bug again, and Saturday they made a few roster adjustments to fill the new holes in their lineup.
With help from the blazing bats of Brandon Belt and Mac Williamson, Ty Blach and the Giants handed the struggling Nationals a fourth-straight loss.
Chris Stratton made Bryce Harper and his Nationals look ineffectual Monday night at AT&T Park handing Washington its third straight loss, 4-2.
Jeff Samardzija was reactivated for his first start of the season Friday against the Angels after suffering a right pectoral strain in Spring Training.
In the 40 June amateur drafts between 1978 and 2017, the Giants failed to draft and develop a single All-Star outfielder.
Around 5 a.m., June 2, Austin Slater loaded the bus en route to Albuquerque, New Mexico with his Sacramento RiverCats teammates.
Brandon Belt’s monster bomb, Splash Hit No. 69, and Mac Williamson’s first major-league home run edged the Giants to a 2-1 win over the Boston Red Sox on Wednesday night.
The righty wore his No. 47 jersey flanked by general manager Bobby Evans and team president Larry Baer.
Suddenly, the San Francisco Giants starting rotation looks unexpectedly promising.