Josh Collmenter pitched a four-hitter and had a career-high three hits, and the Arizona Diamondbacks sent the World Series champion San Francisco Giants to an eighth straight loss with a 9-0 win Friday night.
The San Francisco Giants have not received enough credit for developing major league talent through their minor league system. In the past few years, Buster Posey, Brandon Belt, Joe Panik, Brandon Crawford and the recently departed Pablo Sandoval all came up through San Francisco's farm system. Show More Summary
The San Francisco Giants' Matt Duffy isn't a proven baseball player. He had to fight through Spring Training for a spot on the club's 25-man roster. Still, I have shown in the past that I will do whatever's necessary to get cats on the front page of this site. So, here's infielder Duffy with his family's cat, Skeeter. Show More Summary
Aaron Hill hit a two-run double with two outs in the 12th inning and the Arizona Diamondbacks held on to beat the San Francisco Giants 7-6 on Thursday night.
The word “community” has grown a great deal in the last decade thanks to the advent of social media. While we’ve always had local communities where we live, we now have online communities large, like the San Francisco Giants’ 2.8 million Facebook fans) and small, like scrappy groups of gamers [...]
The catch of his career one night, a three-run homer the next for Nolan Arenado, who put Colorado on the board in the first inning and saw it hold up as the first-place Rockies completed a sweep of the San Francisco Giants with a 4-2 win Wednesday night.
The San Francisco Giants ball dude had a stellar night along the first base line Tuesday, making a couple of outstanding stops while wearing (...)
What. A. Catch. Colorado Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado made an over-the-shoulder grab of a foul pop and then spilled over the tarp and into the stands against the host San Francisco Giants Tuesday night. He nearly threw out anShow More Summary
You can hand Colorado Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado his third Gold Glove right now. In the top of the eighth inning of Tuesday night's matchup with the Giants, San Francisco outfielder Gregor Blanco lifted a foul ball that looked to be heading into the crowd. Show More Summary
A man thoughtfully observes his own heart through a microscope in the new large-scale mural Self Consuming Self by street artist BiP. The mural is part of an ongoing Bay Area street art series by the artist. photos via BiP submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Today, during the San Francisco Giants’ home opener at AT&T Park, World Series MVP Madison Bumgarner delivered the World Series championship banner to manager Bruce Bochy on the back of a horse. Don’t ask. Just watch: Your browser does not support iframes.
Eddie Butler outdueled fellow rookie Chris Heston and shut down the Giants, and the Colorado Rockies spoiled San Francisco's latest World Series championship celebration at their home opener with a 2-0 win Monday.
Madison Bumgarner 's pitching performance for the San Francisco Giants in the 2014 MLB postseason entitles him to do pretty much whatever he wants in San Francisco. That includes riding a horse around AT&T Park before a game. At the Giants' 2015 home opener Monday, Bumgarner hopped on a horse to deliver the World Series banner. Show More Summary
The Giants opened their home schedule in San Francisco today, which meant the World Champions held the appropriate ceremony to raise the World Series banner. That ceremony also featured World Series MVP and post-mensch Madison Bumgarner riding a horse, in the outfield, before the game. Read more...
NEW YORK—Saying that he only vaguely remembers the historic game, former MLB umpire Jim Quick admitted Monday to calling a no-hitter during a 1980 matchup between the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants while high on the hallucinogenic drug...
This thing #mspf A photo posted by Mary Anne Kluth (@makluth) on Apr 9, 2015 at 9:55pm PDT Despite a series of makeovers over the decades meant to turn Market Street into a pedestrian magnet, San Francisco's main thoroughfare...
New Padres ace James Shields was masterful in outpitching October nemesis Madison Bumgarner, who lasted only three innings in San Diego's 10-2 victory against the San Francisco Giants on Saturday night.
The San Francisco Giants and San Diego Padres were in the ninth inning of what would end up being a 12-inning game Thursday when Angel Pagan and Derek Norris got into a tiff over some tossed gum. Yes, gum. Pagan appears to have flicked...Show More Summary
Wil Myers hit an RBI double off the right-field wall with one out in the eighth inning and Craig Kimbrel got his first save with the San Diego Padres, who beat the San Francisco Giants 1-0 Friday night.
The San Francisco Giants have won three of their first four games. In traditional Giants fashion, all of the games have been close, tightly contested contests. In recent history, the Giants have excelled in these types of games. They...Show More Summary