In a surprising move, pitcher Ryan Vogelsong broke off talks with the Houston Astros and signed a one-year deal returning to the San Francisco Giants. The contract is worth $4 million. “I know what I’ ve signed up for,” Vogelsong told SFGate. Show More Summary
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While the San Francisco Giants’ system is top-heavy with pitching prospects, many of the organization’s top young arms profile as either back-end-starter types or guys who might not throw enough strikes to even stick in the rotation. Right-hander...Show More Summary
The San Francisco Giants, including legend Willie Mays, are in town now to celebrate their latest championship with fans of old.
A person with knowledge of the contract says free agent right-hander Ryan Vogelsong has reached agreement on a $4 million, one-year deal to stay with the San Francisco Giants.
Ryan Vogelsong 's performance regressed in his past two years with the San Francisco Giants, but that didn't stop the reigning World Series champions from bringing the veteran starting pitcher back on a reported one-year deal. Jon Heyman of CBS Sports confirmed the news Friday, Jan. Show More Summary
Perry Fewell might be switching coasts, and moving a rung down the ladder. According to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports, the former Giants defensive coordinator is headed to San Francisco today to interview for the vacant 49ers defensive backs coach job. Fewell hasn’t gotten much attention since being fired by the Giants after six seasons. He’s…
One of two men who admitted to brutally beating a San Francisco Giants fan at a 2011 Dodgers game is expected to plead guilty Thursday afternoon to a federal weapons charge.
After battling back issues for the last year, Marco Scutaro has reportedly been designated for assignment by the San Francisco Giants. According to Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle, this move doesn't necessarily mean the...Show More Summary
While National League West rivals like the San Diego Padres, Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks have made some major moves, the San Francisco Giants have stayed mostly under the radar. Although the Giants made a strong push...Show More Summary
Free agent outfielder Nori Aoki has finalized his $4.7 million, one-year contract with the San Francisco Giants.
Apple on Tuesday removed protective barriers shielding its new Apple Store in Hangzhou, China, revealing a huge glass facade that opens into a split-level interior closely mirroring renderings depicting the tech giant's forthcoming San Francisco flagship location.
Norichika Aoki signed a one-year, $4.7 million contract with the Giants on Friday, according to John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle. The deal is for 2015 plus a club option for 2016, a relatively short-term contract for someone reportedly seeking a multi-year pact. Show More Summary
Free-agent outfielder Norichika Aoki has reportedly found a new home for 2015. John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle first reported the news: CBS Sports' Jon Heyman confirmed Shea's report with more detail: Aoki has become a valuable asset during his three-year stint in Major League Baseball. Show More Summary
The San Francisco Giants won the 2014 World Series in a thrilling battle with the Kansas City Royals. The Giants have now won three world championships in the past five years. The victory parade down the streets of San Francisco wasShow More Summary
A year-round pop-up venue called the Yard will be headed for a portion of the parking lot across from AT&T Park if a hearing today before the San Francisco Port Commission approves the plans. Designed by Gehl Studio's Blaine Merker,...
San Francisco artist Andres Amador makes monumental designs on the beach with naught but a rake and some wet sand. He’s mindblowingly good at sand art—but he’s got competition. A... read more
The San Francisco Giants may have won the 2014 World Series, but the season belonged to the American League Champion Kansas City Royals. General manager Dayton Moore’s vision of building a winning organization based on strong scouting...Show More Summary
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With 2015 now upon us, we are only a couple of months away from pitchers and catchers reporting to spring training. The San Francisco Giants and general manager Brian Sabean have made some moves this winter, but nothing overly bold. The Giants signed two of their own free agents, Sergio Romo and Jake Peavy. Show More Summary