Former MLB slugger Barry Bonds returned to the San Francisco Giants as a hitting instructor during spring training, so naturally the MLB home run king attracted a lot of media attention. However, ESPN made the mistake of appointing Bonds...Show More Summary
The final contract that MLB home run king (with an asterisk) Barry Bonds signed with the San Francisco Giants included a 10-year “services” deal, meaning the guy would have to earn some of his millions by serving as a spring training instructor after his playing days were done. Well, now his playing days are done, and […]
Barry Bonds made his triumphant return to baseball on Monday with an appearance at the San Francisco Giants spring training complex in Scottsdale. But one lingering question remains — is he welcome? If you ask Giants' skipper Bruce Bochy about it, he'll tell you it was about timing. "The timing was right on both sides. Show More Summary
Matt Cain pitched five perfect innings for the San Francisco Giants on Monday, but the Chicago Cubs rallied for a 3-2 victory.
Former San Francisco Giants player Barry Bonds has returned to the very team that made him famous for Barry Bonds Returns to the Giants In New Role - -
Looks like Bonds is back in San Francisco Giants camp as a guest instructor and I dug this autograph card from an 'old' box of assorted autograph cards to show off - besides the card featured, I was able to get one other card signed in-person by Bonds and I'm pretty sure it was after the game where the Angels' Rally Monkey made its Major League debut back in 2000.
Barry Bonds showed up to spring training to serve as a special instructor for the San Francisco Giants and the first thing people noticed was just how much weight it appears the former slugger has lost. This Bonds looks more like the all-around player from the 1990s than the home run king of the 2000s. Show More Summary
Barry Bonds returned to baseball Monday, joining the San Francisco Giants for a weeklong stint as a guest hitting instructor. The Bonds who arrived in Scottsdale, Ariz., was dramatically thinner — think 1991 — as well as smiling as he engaged with reporters. “It feels really good to be back,” Bonds said (via the San […]
When you think of baseball snack foods, you probably think of hot dogs and Cracker Jacks. But the Fresno Grizzlies, Triple-A affiliate to the San Francisco Giants, will have fans thinking about pizza when the team dons jerseys inspired by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for one game this season. Show More Summary
Barry Bonds is wearing a San Francisco Giants uniform once again, now as a hitting coach at spring training.
In the later part of his career, Barry Bonds had the build of a prolific slugger. Now that he has been retired for a few years, it looks like he has slimmed down quite a bit. When the 49-year-old showed up to San Francisco Giants spring...Show More Summary
Clayton Kershaw pitched five innings in his penultimate tuneup for the season opener in Australia, giving up five hits to a split squad of San Francisco Giants during their 3-2 victory Sunday over the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Madison Bumgarner pitched four innings of one-hit ball on Sunday, and a split squad of San Francisco Giants won 8-0 against a group of the organization's top prospects.
Backed by early two-run homers from Brad Miller and Michael Saunders, right-hander Erasmo Ramirez cruised through four scoreless innings to send a Seattle Mariners split squad to an 18-3 rout of the San Francisco Giants on Saturday.
Tim Lincecum pitched three strong innings and Hunter Pence homered as the San Francisco Giants beat the Kansas City Royals 5-0 on Friday.
Since coming to San Francisco, the Giants have had a roller coaster ride, with moments of euphoria and crushing defeat. Nevertheless, Giants fans will undoubtedly admit that the 21st century has been especially kind to them, especially over the last few seasons. Show More Summary
Here’s a look at the 2014 Lester’s Legends’ Catcher Rankings for NL-only fantasy baseball leagues. 1. Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants Buster Posey hit.294 with 61 runs, 15 home runs and 72 RBI in 2013. He’ll be 27 March 27 and is a year removed from a.336-78-24-103-1 line. Show More Summary
Some managers will have to make some really tough decisions with really important roster spots this spring. 'Tis a beast, and this is its nature. San Francisco Giants skipper Bruce Bochy, however, shouldn't be one of them. The Giants...Show More Summary
Tim Hudson extended his spring training scoreless streak to five innings, Pablo Sandoval homered to lead off a three-run fifth and the San Francisco Giants defeated the Cincinnati Reds 3-2 Thursday.