Another great outing from Johnny Cueto was cut short after an injury in the sixth inning.
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.
The San Francisco offense was unable to scratch across any runs in a 3-0 loss to Cincinnati.
Carried by the starting rotation and timely hitting, the Giants are off to one of their best starts in years.
For the second game in a row, Brandon Crawford came through with what would be the game-winning hit.
For the first time in 18 months, San Francisco Giants fans made their return to the friendly confines of Oracle Park.
The San Francisco Giants and the Seattle Mariners wrapped up the opening series to the 2021 season after Saturday’s rubber match. The Giants gave the …
Home runs once again gave the Giants the offense they needed to take down the Mariners.
The facemasks remain on, but the sights and sounds of baseball have finally returned.
The bold move signals the changing of the guard at the quarterback position.
The Giants have tough decisions ahead regarding Buster Posey, Brandon Crawford and Brandon Belt.
Now that Belt is healthy and back on the field, his focus is building up strength.
It’s quiet … almost too quiet. The final days before NFL free agency are upon us, and the San Francisco 49ers have positioned themselves for …
The San Francisco Giants are reportedly closing in on a deal with utility infielder Tommy La Stella.
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 …
Let’s not mince words: The 49ers 2020 season was a complete and utter disaster.
A playoff run would be a massive win in what many considered a lost season.
A monster game from Deebo Samuel, four forced turnovers, and a 42-yard Robbie Gould field goal as time expired lifted the 49ers to a huge …
No team in the NFL deserved a bye week more than the San Francisco 49ers in Week 11.
A statement win over the NFC South-leading New Orleans Saints would propel the 49ers into the postseason conversation.
The sky continues to fall for the San Francisco 49ers.
For the first time since October 31 2017, Jimmy Garoppolo will return to New England, his original home in the NFL.
It’s now or never for the 49ers. A beaten-down San Francisco (3-3) team in search of a new identity welcomed the division-rival Los Angeles Rams …
This will be the most difficult matchup the 49ers have had so far this season, but all hope isn’t lost.
An utterly humiliating loss leaves little to be desired moving forward for the 49ers.
The San Francisco 49ers are getting healthier, and it needs to result in a win on Sunday.
The 49ers offense struggled mightily against the Eagles defense, handing three turnovers to Philadelphia and helping them mount a late-game comeback.
Things are moving in the right direction for the 49ers.
In their final game of 2020, the Giants were in a “win and you’re in” situation. Except they didn’t. And they’re out.
When it comes to previewing the San Francisco 49ers and New York Giants matchup, there’s really only one place to start.
A win in game one of a doubleheader Friday gave the Giants a chance to double down on their playoff aspirations. Then, disaster struck.
It all comes down to four games. The Giants control their destiny against one of the best teams in baseball.
Another day presents another opportunity to fight for a playoff spot.
Offensively the Giants bats needed to wake up, and they did Tuesday night.
Starting pitcher Johnny Cueto struggled early and often, and the Giants offense was unable to bail him out.
If there was a good time for the 49ers to be injured, now is the time.