A late Giants rally Tuesday night ended up not being enough, following a San Francisco pattern of not enough offense.
One day after going AWOL, the Oakland offense showed up in a big way scoring five loud runs in the first Friday night.
What appeared to be the weakest pitching matchup of the series instead delivered the highest quality hurling of all.
The A’s couldn’t navigate the cold, wet, Seattle-like weather at the Oakland Coliseum Tuesday night, falling 3-2 in 10 innings.
The Giants lost 3-2 to the Cardinals and fell five games back of the Dodgers and behind the Mets for top spot in the Wild Card.
If recent history is any sign of what is to come, the San Francisco Giants will find themselves in the 2016 MLB Postseason. But after …
A roller coaster of emotions came as the 2015 San Francisco Giants season is now over.
Giants pitchers had a good day at the plate during Tim Hudson’s last major league performance in a 3-2 win over Colorado.
This weekend’s late-season Bay Area matchup is as close as either team will get to a World Series.
The San Francisco Giants are giving a whole new meaning to the term “pitchers who rake.”
Mike Leake collected his first win as a Giant and hit a home run in San Francisco’s 10-3 win over San DIego.
The Giants face an improbably steep climb to the postseason, but you would never know by the level of the team’s relaxation.
The Giants lost to the Cardinals on Sunday, putting them five games behind the Dodgers.
A Kelby specs day may be coming as the young up and comer keeps on making noise for the Giants.
Nori Aoki was healthy for a moment, but it didn’t last long.
In hopes of chasing down the division-leading Dodgers, San Francisco has found the starting pitcher they were shopping for.