A young San Francisco Giants fan was shocked he didn't grab a foul ball that came his way during the team's game against the St. Louis Cardinals on Saturday. In the bottom of the fourth inning, Gregor Blanco of the Giants smacked a foul ball into the stands. Show More Summary
Lance Lynn went through the pain barrier to beat the Giants in a regular-season game for the first time on Saturday, shutting out San Francisco on six hits before spraining his right ankle in the eighth inning of a 6-0 victory for the St Louis Cardinals.
The San Francisco Giants have been so good against St. Louis in recent years and through their winning postseason runs, and against Lance Lynn, too.
#SFGDogDays brought a ton of happy doggies to the park and WHO'S A GOOD BOY! Here at @thecorgicon, we like to foster a team friendly environment, so we have team building activities such as going to the #sfgiants #dogdaysofsummer presented by @zynga. Show More Summary
St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Lance Lynn was forced to leave Saturday's game against the San Francisco Giants after rolling his right ankle while fielding a ground ball, according to Bay Area News Group's Andrew Baggarly. Continue for updates. Lynn Walks Off On His Own Power Saturday, August 29 The St. Show More Summary
Rookie Kelby Tomlinson lined a bases-loaded single up the middle with one out in the ninth against previously unbeaten Kevin Siegrist, and the San Francisco Giants topped the Cardinals 5-4 on Friday night to snap St. Louis' five-game winning streak.
Major League Baseball and '90s sitcoms go together like peanut butter and jelly, or something like that. Presumably drawing inspiration from the San Francisco Giants' rendition of the Full House theme song and another compilation ofShow More Summary
According to the San Francisco Giants' official Twitter account, pitcher Matt Cain has been diagnosed with elbow nerve irritation. Continue for updates. Cain Placed on 15-Day Disabled List Friday, August 28 In a corresponding move, the Giants recalled pitcher Chris Heston from Triple-A. Show More Summary
Former Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants pitcher Barry Zito, who currently plays for the Athletics' Triple-A affiliate, has sold his hillside estate in Kentfield, Calif., for $8.15 million.
In 2007, Barry Bonds earned $19.3 million, led the league with an OBP of.480, and hit, by his Olympian standards, a meager 28 home runs. The San Francisco Giants did not offer him a contract the next season, which was understandable given the amount of very public shit Bonds and the team has gone through. Show More Summary
Madison Bumgarner channeled his inner dancer in the third inning of Thursday's 9-1 win over the Chicago Cubs, performing a pirouette-like move to make a play at first base. San Francisco Giants first baseman Brandon Belt fielded Kyle...Show More Summary
Apple on Thursday announced plans to hold a new product event on September 9 in San Francisco, where the tech giant is widely expected to debut the latest version of its iPhone.
Richard Drew/APApple CEO Tim Cook By BRANDON BAILEY SAN FRANCISCO -- Apple (AAPL) has announced plans for a new product event on Sept. 9 in San Francisco, where the giant tech company is expected to show off new iPhones and other gadgets. The company has introduced a new iPhone model every year around this time. Show More Summary
The electronics giant has sent out invitations to an event next month in San Francisco, where it's expected to show off the next iPhones and a new Apple TV box.
Buster Posey followed Brandon Belt's leadoff triple in the sixth with a go-ahead double, Jake Peavy won for the second time in six starts, and the San Francisco Giants beat the Cubs 4-2 on Wednesday night to stop Chicago's six-game winning streak.
Hunter Pence is the ultimate X-factor. The dynamic right fielder is just the kind of game-changer who could vault the San Francisco Giants to yet another October run—that is, if his strained oblique allows him to fulfill that role. Looking...Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO - The way right-hander Jake Arrieta was pitching Tuesday night, it didn't look like the Cubs would need much offense to defeat the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park.
Kyle Schwarber, Miguel Montero and Starlin Castro all hit home runs in support of another solid outing from Jake Arrieta, and the Chicago Cubs beat the San Francisco Giants 8-5 Tuesday night for their sixth straight win.
The most compelling playoff race in the National League really shouldn’t be a race at all. The San Francisco Giants win their World Series in even years, 2010 and ’12 and ’14, so they are accustomed to getting a pass in seasons like this. Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Apple shares helped lead the stock market on a steep dive Monday morning, but the tech giant recovered in dramatic fashion soon after CEO Tim Cook assured a popular Wall Street commentator that his company is still doing well in China. Apple and other U.S. Show More Summary