The National League Central was baseball’s most tightly contested division in 2018 — minus the Reds, whose 67-95 record was third-worst in the NL.
Madison Bumgarner and Clay Buchholz each threw masterpieces Tuesday night on the shores of McCovey Cove.
Wednesday afternoon’s rubber match between the Giants and the Diamondbacks was something nearer to a Paul Goldschmidt exhibition than anything else for the first nine …
Madison Bumgarner’s return to the Giants wasn’t exactly triumphant, as the Giants took a 3-1 loss Tuesday night at AT&T Park.
What started as a pitcher’s duel erupted, resulting in what was ultimately a hitting clinic put on by the Giants.
Frankie Montas, recalled from Triple-A Nashville before the game, did his best to match Daniel Mengden’s Saturday gem.
After a flawless top of the first from Daniel Mengden, Matt Joyce crushed the first pitch he saw from Clay Buchholz.
Sean Manaea came in with a 5.96 ERA in four previous starts this month and couldn’t make it through the fourth.
The Diamondbacks are the hottest team in the NL West, and Zack Godley was a major part of that success in 2-1 win Monday night at AT&T Park.
The Diamondbacks were one of three National League West teams to make the 2017 postseason.
The Giants were asleep at the wheel again, uninspired by another stellar performance by their starter.
Giants took advantage of nice weather, showing off some power and giving their starter some rare run support defeating the Diamondbacks 6-3.
The worst fear of any baseball player became Brandon Belt’s reality on Friday night against the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Baseball is a game of inches. Tuesday night’s game came down to about five of them.
The Giants fourth straight loss came with excellent pitching, and one missed pitch that left the ballpark.
Five days ago San Francisco Giants rookie pitcher Chris Heston was at the center of the baseball world.