The Giants clinched the National League West for the first time since 2012, defeating the San Diego Padres 11-4 in the final game of the regular season.
On a night of sharp starting pitching from Alex Wood, the Giants topped Arizona 1-0 for their 104th win of 2021.
The Giants yielded back-to-back homers in the seventh inning and struggled to create scoring chances.
Early struggles from the Giants bullpen dug a hole deeper than four home runs could fill Wednesday night.
After coming up short with runners in scoring position the last two weeks, the Giants finally delivered.
Wednesday was another evening of missed opportunities for the Giants.
In his longest big league outing, Logan Webb was once again on cruise control.
Alex Wood continues to play “stopper” for the Giants, firing seven shutout innings and improving his record to 9-1.
Buster Posey and LaMonte Wade Jr. cranked key home runs and ace Kevin Gausman steered carefully through five innings.
Newest Giant Kris Bryant made his highly anticipated debut in the black and orange –– and homered –– as San Francisco claimed the rubber-match and …
A masterful outing by All-Star right-hander Kevin Gausman has become a common trend this season. It proved important once again Sunday, as the Giants closed …
Seven innings of one-run ball from starter Alex Wood plus some timely clutch hits were enough for the Giants to avoid a three-game sweep.
The Giants salvaged the series finale to take two of three from the Phillies with a 11-2 victory.
Behind a solid performance from starter Anthony DeSclafani and a giant cluster of offense, the Giants continued their dominance against the Diamondbacks.
In an effort to secure their first four-game sweep of the Cubs since June 2012, San Francisco couldn’t capitalize.
San Francisco erupted for at least ten runs at Dodger Stadium for the first time since 2013.
Home runs off the bats of Evan Longoria and Donovan Solano plus another trying effort on the mound from Alex Wood weren’t enough to contain the bitter-rival Dodgers.