For weeks, the San Francisco 49ers offense has been teetering on the border of league average. That’s been enough—it’s let them slip past the New Orleans Saints, the New York Giants and the Washington Redskins. On Thanksgiving night, the offense was not league average. Show More Summary
Pablo Sandoval, the "Kung Fu Panda," has left the San Francisco Giants for wealthier days with the Boston Red Sox, leaving his faithful fans with no choice but to put away their panda heads.
By now, every MLB fan knows that the Boston Red Sox are going for broke. And we all know that the Chicago Cubs and San Francisco Giants have been linked in some way to just about every big name on the open market. What about teams that...Show More Summary
Photo by Patricia Chang San Francisco's Spreckles Mansion, a limestone, French Classical estate built by a sugar refinery mogul in 1912, is now famously the home of the world's bestselling, living author, romance novelist Danielle Steel. While the mansion has...
Pablo Sandoval, also known as the “Kung Fu Panda,” was introduced to Red Sox nation Tuesday. The robust former San Francisco slugger comes to town bearing three world championships with his former club. For that reason alone, many –Show More Summary
Even fans in LA can appreciate the emotion about Pablo Sandoval leaving the Giants, and a third-base coach deciding to leave the game.
A giant poop cloud over the streets of San Francisco exposes the city's persistent inequality. San Francisco's homeless population, at the city's last count, numbered more than 7,000 individuals, including youth. There are many waysShow More Summary
via TheBoldItalic: Looks like Pablo Sandoval is on his way out of San Francisco after he decided he liked Boston’s money better than the nearly identical sum of money the Giants offered him (5 year contract worth $95-$100 million). But hey, maybe Pablo is tired of clam chowder in SF and wants to go to Boston […]
Suddenly, the San Francisco Giants have a panda-sized hole to fill. As expected, the Giants made a spirited run at re-signing free-agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval. But the rumor mill had him leaning in the direction of the BostonShow More Summary
You might not expect to pick up marriage tips from a baseball team. Yet as my home team, the San Francisco Giants, moved toward the World Championship, I was struck by how they showed similar character traits to those I encourage in my couples therapy clients. Some spouses I work with have explosive personalities. They […]
The San Francisco Giants' beloved "Kung Fu Panda" is relocating to Boston. Free agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval, whose post-season performance helped propel the Giants to a World Series win this year, has reached an agreement to sign...Show More Summary
Pablo Sandoval cashed in on another strong postseason, as he will reportedly sign a deal with the Boston Red Sox. The agreement brings an end to a successful seven-year stay with the San Francisco Giants. Ken Rosenthal of Fox SportsShow More Summary
When the Pittsburgh Pirates were bounced from the playoffs in the 2014 National League Wild Card Game by the eventual World Series Champion San Francisco Giants, general manager Neal Huntington knew there would be a lot of work to do...Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox have reportedly agreed to terms with former San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval on a deal that could be worth as much as $100 million over five years. While Pablo Sandoval was hitting singles and doubles...Show More Summary
Kansas City may have lost the World Series to the Giants, but the Royals won where it really counts: with SB Nation MLB Team of the Year voters. KC and San Francisco each won two of our six inaugural categories. Congratulations, Royals. Show More Summary
A full postseason share for the World Series-winning Giants was valued at 77.7 percent of a major league minimum salary The San Francisco Giants earned full postseason shares of $388,606 as a result of their third World Series championship...Show More Summary
When the San Francisco Giants were making their World Series run back in 2010, broadcaster Duane Kuiper summed up what it was like to be a fan of that team, calling it “torture.” That Giants team had a tendency to win only by the slimmest of margins. Show More Summary
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The New York Giants' defense rose to the challenge last week, quieting the critics by limiting the San Francisco 49ers to 16 points. They couldn't do it again. Granted, the Giants were facing a better offense this time around. Show More Summary
Mapping human poo in San Francisco. Tracking stinky snails in Florida. And coming up with a way to tell men that if they could just learn to close their legs, please, the NYC subway would suck so much less for everyone. Be forewarned, it's kind of a gross edition of What's Ruining Our Cities. Read more...
San Francisco Giants free agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval is reportedly being courted heavily by the perennial playoff contending Boston Red Sox and the San Diego Padres, a team that finished last in the National League in offense and is in dire need of rebuilding. Show More Summary