The 31-year-old McCutchen, a former NL MVP and long the face of the Pirates’ franchise, became the second star jettisoned by Pittsburgh in three days.
San Francisco could use more help in the outfield and at the back of the rotation
The Pittsburgh Pirates indicated their intention to embark on a full rebuild on Monday, trading franchise player Andrew McCutchen to the San Francisco Giants for reliever Kyle Crick, switch-hitting outfield prospect Bryan Reynolds, and $500,000 in international bonus pool money. McCutchen finished in the top five in MVP voting from 2012 through 2015, winning the […]
The San Francisco Giants agreed to acquire 2013 National League MVP Andrew McCutchen from the Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday. Read more...
Pittsburgh Pirates star Andrew McCutchen becomes the latest high profile player has landed with the San Francisco Giants in a blockbuster MLB trade. Adding McCutchen could be the move that all but solidifies the Giants as contendersShow More Summary
A picturesque view of the San Francisco Bay was suddenly interrupted by a giant bird on Friday. KTVU's Mark Tamayo was delivering the weather forecast in front of a live shot of the city when out of nowhere a bird's beak appeared. He...Show More Summary
Oil giant ExxonMobil has launched a counterpunch to the lawsuits filed by San Francisco and other communities that seek damages for climate change, alleging that the California jurisdictions conspired to vilify and taunt the oil industry. In...Show More Summary
Salesforce opened its new offices in Salesforce Tower on Monday with fanfare including a live DJ and a photo booth. At 1,070 feet and 61-stories high, Salesforce Tower is the biggest building in San Francisco. It's completely changed...Show More Summary
The New York Yankees are praying that Jacoby Ellsbury waives his no-trade clause for the San Francisco Giants. Such a move would be beneficial for both parties. For Ellsbury, it will give him the playing time he seeks in the outfield, as the Yankees have clearly moved on. Show More Summary
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The 32-year-old Longoria leaves Tampa as the longest-tenured player in franchise history, after spending nearly 10 seasons in a Rays uniform.
But they’re not just doing this because they’re in denial. They’re doing it because they have no choice. The San Francisco Giants were bad last year. Their hitters failed. Their starting pitchers failed. Their bullpen failed. Their outfielders couldn’t catch the ball, and they couldn’t throw the ball. Show More Summary
Star third baseman Evan Longoria is no longer a member of the Tampa Rays, as the Rays reportedly agreed to trade Longoria to the San Francisco Giants. After being involved in MLB trade rumors involving a litany of hitters, the Giants...Show More Summary
Surrender to the Dodgers? The San Francisco Giants will have none of that. The Giants finished in last place in the National League West last season, 40 games behind the Dodgers. But they doubled down on their win-now philosophy on Wednesday, acquiring three-time all-star third baseman Evan Longoria...
The San Francisco Giants have acquired infielder Evan Longoria and cash from the Tampa Bay Rays.
There have been MLB trade rumors for some time involving the Tampa Bay Rays’ Evan Longoria, and the latest speculation is that the San Francisco Giants have interest. They are just one of several teams who could be presenting offers to Tampa Bay, though. Show More Summary
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St. Louis and San Francisco both released statements saying that they had tried to acquire the NL MVP from the Marlins in a trade, but he nixed it.
National League MVP Giancarlo Stanton will not be headed to San Francisco, the Giants announced Friday.
For the first time in nine years, the San Francisco Giants aren’t getting all the “green” glory. Major League Baseball decided to award its Green Glove Award to the Seattle Mariners this year for the team’s recycling efforts at Safeco Field. Show More Summary