The Giants stretched their NL West lead to three games with an improbable rally against Los Angeles closer Kenley Jansen.
Alex Wood threw seven innings of one-hit ball to help lift the Giants over the Marlins.
In a you’re-not-going-to-believe-what-happened first inning, both teams went toe-to-toe with a pair of two-run homers each.
Carried by the starting rotation and timely hitting, the Giants are off to one of their best starts in years.
Home runs once again gave the Giants the offense they needed to take down the Mariners.
The first month of the new year is coming to an end, and that means Spring Training is just around the corner. There is no …
It all comes down to four games. The Giants control their destiny against one of the best teams in baseball.
For the first time ever, baseball was played on Mars!
The Giants rode solid pitching and timely hitting to a 4-2 victory, their third straight win.
Saturday night the Giants had just about everything working.
The Giants weren’t just looking for a series victory over the Angels Wednesday, they were looking for a convincing series victory.
A multiple-run lead heading into the ninth inning. Sound familiar?
Late-game heroics? Again? Yes and no.
At one point, it seemed as if the Giants bats would remain frozen Wednesday night. This time around, the Giants bats woke up, and in a big way.
The Giants hosted the red-hot Padres Tuesday, and were unable to overcome a pair of early San Diego home runs.
The 28-year-old grandson of a baseball legend wrote yet another chapter to one of the most compelling stories of the Giants’ 2019 season Friday night at Oracle Park.
Giants manager Bruce Bochy gave updates on rookie outfielder Mike Yastrzemski (left hand) and Tommy-John survivor Johnny Cueto Monday, ahead of a homestand-opener with Arizona …
Sunday’s series finale between the Giants and Phillies turned into a bullpen game, but the Giants took that term to new heights.
In a game representing Giants Manager Bruce Bochy’s final visit to San Diego and potentially Madison Bumgarner’s final start in black and orange, it was the grandson of baseball royalty who took hold of Petco Park Sunday.
The Giants lost Saturday night for just the fourth time since the All Star Break, falling 5-1 to the San Diego Padres.