The San Francisco Giants used five pitchers in a four-run, ninth-inning rally that saw them get ousted from the NLDS by the Chicago Cubs Tuesday night, and veteran Santiago Casilla was highly emotional about not being among them.
Following the Giants' shocking 6-5 loss in Game 4, the 36-year-old veteran was in tears as he commented on manager Bruce Bochy 's decision to leave him on the bench.
For the third day in a row, Santiago Casilla surrendered runs in the ninth inning against the Oakland Athletics. On Friday, the San Francisco Giants closer gave up a solo home run to Oakland’s Josh Reddick in the ninth, but still ea...
Santiago Casilla saved the day in the San Francisco Giants’ 4-2 victory of the visiting Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday night, impressively tossing a scoreless ninth inning to secure the win. It was the team’s first save opportunit...
The Chicago Cubs rallied in the ninth inning to come back from a 5-2 deficit. With the win, they advance to the NLCS. “At some point, (...)
It was a different tale for the two cities. San Francisco was hoping to continue their even-year magic run, while Chicago was out to break the Billy the Goat curse.