Madison Bumgarner is the anchor. He is to the San Francisco Giants what Clayton Kershaw is to the Dodgers.
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.
A battle between former Cy Young winner David Price and possible future Cy Young winner Madison Bumgarner marks the second consecutive day the Giants and Tigers have been center stage in MLB. For the second consecutive day, a rematch of the 2012 World Series headlines the MLB schedule. Show More Summary
San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner was historically effective in August, joining Curt Schilling as one of two pitchers in the modern era to strike out 55 or more batters while walking three or fewer in a calendar month, per...Show More Summary
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SAN FRANCISCO — One night after Madison Bumgarner lit up AT&T Park by taking a perfect game into the eighth inning, Tim Hudson was electric. Stretch-run energy buzzed through the Giants' clubhouse in that old, familiar way. "This is the fun time of year," Buster Posey said after blasting the second walk-off homer of his career. Show More Summary
Although San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner lost his bid for a perfect game in the eighth inning of Tuesday's contest against the Colorado Rockies, he was still able to complete a one-hit shutout, striking out 13 battersShow More Summary
Last night, Madison Bumgarner was about as perfect as one can be without actually pitching a perfect game. In nine innings against the suck-ass Rockies, Bumgarner allowed one hit and struck out 13 batters while throwing just 103 pitches. And he did it by adhering to a very simple formula: Throw a lot of strikes, and throw a lot of fastballs. Read more...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner is throwing a perfect game through seven innings against the Colorado Rockies.
Madison Bumgarner pitched a one-hitter and the San Francisco Giants beat the Colorado Rockies 3-0 on Tuesday night to snap a three-game losing streak.
Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner has lost his bid for a perfect game on a leadoff double in the eighth inning by Colorado's Justin Morneau.
Bumgarner still stuck out the side in the eighth inning and leads 2-0. San Francisco Giants ace Madison Bumgarner was six outs from making history on Tuesday night but Rockies first baseman Justin Morneau spoiled his perfect game with...Show More Summary
The Giants ace is dealing against Colorado and is now six outs away from a perfect game. Giants ace Madison Bumgarner is working on a signature start against the Rockies on Tuesday night at AT&T Park in San Francisco. Bumgarner has a...Show More Summary
Giants ace Madison Bumgarner is working on a signature start against the Rockies on Tuesday night at AT&T Park in San Francisco. Bumgarner has a perfect game through seven innings, just six outs away from the 24th perfect game in major...Show More Summary
Still trying to get themselves back in the mix in the NL East, the Mets lost ground as they kept their two biggest and most consistent bats out the starting lineup against Giants left-hander Madison Bumgarner.
Madison Bumgarner pitched a two-hitter and Hunter Pence homered twice to lead the San Francisco Giants to a 9-0 win over the New York Mets on Sunday.
Vance Worley tossed a four-hitter for his first career shutout, and the Pittsburgh Pirates pounded Madison Bumgarner early in a 5-0 win over the struggling San Francisco Giants on Monday night.
Last night's game between the Giants and Phillies was interrupted by a rain delay in the 4th inning that lasted nearly an hour. Under normal circumstances, this would have been a good time to just abandon watching the game altogether, but Madison Bumgarner was on the mound for the Giants, and that made sticking out the delay worthwhile. Read more...
San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner earned a piece of history Sunday, becoming just the second pitcher in MLB history to hit two grand slams in a season, per ESPN Stats & Info. Long known as one of the more respectable batters...Show More Summary
San Francisco Giants Buster Posey and Madison Bumgarner slugged their way into history on Sunday, becoming the first batterymates to hit grand slams in the same game as the Giants defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks, 8-4. Bumgarner also became the first pitcher since 1966 to hit two grand slams in the same season. Show More Summary