Can 2020 get any weirder? The answer is: Yes.
The Giants never want to help the Dodgers. At this point they’ll take what they can get.
Many have ruled the Giants out of the post-season and it’s not an unreasonable assumption to make at this point.
“We don’t rebuild, we retool,” This was a popular statement around the San Francisco Giants’ organization this offseason.
The Dodgers were an absolute force in 2017 landing in the franchise’s first World Series since 1988.
The Padres are in rebuilding mode, that is clear. They have not made the playoffs since their 2006 Division Series loss.
SFBay Giants writer Shayna Rubin diagnoses what caused San Francisco to spiral into a historic collapse.
With a three-run cushion heading into the top of the ninth, everything that could have gone wrong, did.
One swing of the bat from Pirates’ slugger Jung Ho Kang handed Los Angeles the top spot in the division.
It’s been some kind of home stand for the San Francisco Giants.
With a 8-2 romp over the San Diego Padres, the Giants have won 12 of their last 13 games.
Once the free agency dust cleared, the biggest name the Dodgers brought in was 32-year-old Scott Kazmir.
Competing for the NL West summit may prove especially hard for the meandering San Diego Padres.
Another losing season for the Rockies in 2016 will make it six in a row, with seemingly no end in sight.
Another aggressive offseason has Arizona bent on contending for a NL West crown.
AT&T PARK — Clayton Kershaw helped extend Los Angeles’ lead to three with 13 to play.
The Dodgers have restarted the process of adding a degree of caution to Yasiel Puig’s risk-taking mentality.
What a week it’s been for the Giants. The icing on the cake? Batting out of order in the first inning of Saturday’s late-afternoon contest.
Could the Fourth of July rainout be a blessing from the baseball gods to finally turn their season around?
When I was trying to find some good victory music to blare in the Giants’ honor, I instinctively looked for something old school.
We won’t see His Royal Bearded-ness in the 2012 regular season, but Brian Wilson is on the mend and gearing up for 2013.