Mark Trumbo hit a grand slam and had five RBIs, Wade Miley pitched seven effective innings and the Arizona Diamondbacks sent the San Francisco Giants to their third straight loss, 6-2 Monday night.
The San Francisco Giants will be without outfielder Angel Pagan on Monday night against the Arizona Diamondbacks. In his place will be Juan Perez, according to a tweet from Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle: Schulman also...Show More Summary
New York Mets fans took shots at San Francisco Giants outfielder Hunter Pence with some unique signs at Citi Field last month. Now, Pence has confirmed—via a rap—that he does some unusual things. [Kinda Funny] Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
California Sunday, based in San Francisco, is giving the West Coast some new weekend reading. Most of America's magazines are based in New York City, which houses media giants like Conde Nast and Time Inc. But it always struck Douglas...Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO — Adrian Gonzalez said last month that he thought Clayton Kershaw deserved to be the National League's most valuable player. Now Gonzalez is certain of it.
For the first time in a decade, the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers are locked in a heavyweight bout, with the National League West on the line. Since 2005, the hated rivals have never been fewer than seven games apart when one team won the division. Show More Summary
Fact: The Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the San Francisco Giants 17-0 on Saturday night, which marked the largest shutout for either team in the series' history. It was the two teams' 2,407th meeting. Bleacher Report will be bringingShow More Summary
The San Francisco Giants had one bright spot as the Dodgers drubbed them 17-0 last night. Manager Bruce Bochy and pitcher Brett Bochy became a fun piece of trivia after a pitching change in the sixth inning. Brett's major-league debut marked the first time in MLB history that a manager called for his son in relief. Read more...
Zack Greinke pitched six scoreless innings and hit his fourth career home run, and the Los Angeles Dodgers romped past the San Francisco Giants 17-0 on Saturday night to build on their lead in the NL West.
The San Francisco Giants have righted the ship and after a horrendous June and July, are once again playing good baseball. Home cooking has also been good for the Giants of late, as they have won 10 straight games at AT&T Park. The Giants offense has come on strong after the All-Star break. Show More Summary
The Dodgers are now only one game ahead of the San Francisco Giants in the National League West.
Madison Bumgarner is the anchor. He is to the San Francisco Giants what Clayton Kershaw is to the Dodgers.
As the Los Angeles Dodgers attempt to maintain their grip on the National League West, they may be without Hyun -Jin Ryu. The Dodgers announced that the left-handed starter exited Friday night's game against the San Francisco GiantsShow More Summary
Madison Bumgarner struck out eight and took a share of the major league lead with 18 wins, and the San Francisco Giants moved within one game of NL West-leading Los Angeles by beating the Dodgers 9-0 on Friday night.
Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu has been removed from his start against the San Francisco Giants after one inning because of irritation in his pitching shoulder.
The Los Angeles Dodgers control their own destiny as they sit atop the National League West with just more than two weeks remaining in the MLB regular season. While the Boys in Blue get to worry about the San Francisco Giants breathing...Show More Summary
With a seventh-inning single Sunday against the San Francisco Giants, Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers recorded RBI No. 100 on the season, reaching this mark for the 11th consecutive year. Cabrera's first season reaching triple-digit RBI numbers came back in 2004 as a member of the Florida Marlins. Show More Summary
Major League Baseball's San Francisco Giants hosted the organization's first-ever "Video Gamer Night" Wednesday ahead of a game with the visiting Arizona Diamondbacks. Admission to the special event at AT&T Park came with an exclusive figure, designed by Todd McFarlane. Show More Summary
Buster Posey is back. You don't need to see the stat line to know this, although the stat line doesn't hurt:.309 batting average, 20 home runs and 82 RBI entering play Friday. Really, all you need to see is the San Francisco Giants catcher taking an at-bat. Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO -- Few things are taken for granted in baseball, but you can take this one to the bank. Or, maybe better yet, to the Co-op: Babe Ruth, that legendary slugger and connoisseur of fine hot dogs, had you spotted him a Google Glass headset and six heads of lettuce back in 1927, never would have recognized today’s game. Show More Summary