The San Francisco Giants don’t have much to sell these days. The garlic fries still tantalize, but that’s about it. On Tuesday, the Giants are trying $1 hot dogs. The Giants could lose the most games in the history of the franchise, which opened for business in 1883. Even the Dodgers could not...
It was recently announced that Alaska Airlines will be the official airline of the San Francisco Giants for at least the next seven years, extending the partnership that Virgin America started in 2008. To celebrate they are not onlyShow More Summary
A trio of former Google employees on Thursday filed a lawsuit accusing the technology giant of paying women less than men for the same work. The lawsuit filed in a San Francisco state court on behalf of the three women accused Google of "systemic and pervasive pay and promotion discrimination against its female employees" in California. Show More Summary
Move underscores Alaska Airlines’ attempt to win over the San Francisco market following its acquisition of hometown carrier Virgin America last year.
Clayton Kershaw pitched Los Angeles to its first win in nearly two weeks, helping the Dodgers clinch a playoff berth by beating the San Francisco Giants 5-3 to snap an 11-game losing streak that was the club's worst since moving to the West Coast
SAN FRANCISCO – Breathe. In. Out. The Dodgers’ 17-game out-of-body experience finally came to an end Tuesday night – they hope – with a white-knuckler of a 5-3 victory over the San Francisco Giants. The win ended an 11-game losing streak, the longest since the franchise moved to Los Angeles in 1958, and was only […]
San Francisco Giants first baseman Brandon Belt has sold his Alamo, Calif., home for $3.5 million. That’s a quick run of the bases. He bought the property in January for $3.45 million. The renovated two-story home, built in 1993, combines Craftsman and farmhouse elements. Details include a wraparound...
The Dodgers’ march toward the 2018 pennant will begin in March. The Dodgers will open the 2018 season on Thursday, March 29, against the San Francisco Giants at Dodger Stadium. They will end the season on Sunday, Sept. 30, at San Francisco. The opening day is the earliest in major league history,...
Andrew Friedman, the Dodgers president of baseball operations, joined the team at AT&T Park before Monday’s game against the San Francisco Giants. The Dodgers had just lost all seven games in a homestand amid a 10-game losing streak and a 1-15 stretch. Even so, the Dodgers still own the best record...
An SUV is seemingly tossed through the air in a new video from the San Francisco set of Ant-Man and the Wasp, that may tease Giant Man.
Alaska Airlines is teaming up with the San Francisco Giants to provide 40,000 fans with two-for-one vouchers! This is a long-time game day promotion that Virgin America, the SF Giant’s office airline, offers each year. This year, the...Show More Summary
Sandoval's return to San Francisco has not gone well at all
The Michael W Travels family made it back home after being delayed by close to 30 hours. This caused us to miss a day in San Francisco where I had hoped to check out a game at AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants. In the end,Show More Summary
Michael Wacha pitched six strong innings and Randal Grichuk hit a two-run homer as the St. Louis Cardinals defeated the San Francisco Giants 5-2
In San Francisco, giant 'vegetables' called for nonviolence and compassion for all. The post PETA’s Dancing Veggies Jolly Up Rally With ‘Give Peas a Chance!’ Signs appeared first on PETA.
Paul Goldschmidt hit a three-run home run and the Arizona Diamondbacks held on to beat the San Francisco Giants 4-3 to give Zack Greinke his 15th win of the season.
What: Saturday’s rally in San Francisco will have some unusual attendees: PETA’s giant, dancing vegetable mascots—Colonel Corn and Chris P. Carrot—who will carry lollipop signs proclaiming, “Give Peas... The post PETA’s Dancing Veggies to Jolly Up Saturday’s Rally With ‘Give Peas a Chance!’ Signs appeared first on PETA.
The Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants are experimenting with unconventional measures to keep away large flocks of gulls that fly in from the coastline and circle their San Francisco Bay Area ballparks in search of leftovers.
The Museum of Ice Cream, which exists to be ‘grammed, is about to make its third stop. The traveling celebration of all things ice cream appeared in New York City last summer, giant pool of sprinkles and all, before heading to Los Angeles this past spring. Show More Summary
I imagine a lot of the Sutro Tower love, and the merchandising centered around it, is actually an ironic, hipster sort of love. Like, let's pretend this ugly, giant tower of metal is actually as cool and beautiful as San Francisco's other landmarks! Isn't that clever? [ more › ]