Some people believe Madison Bumgarner is racist. They say the evidence speaks for itself. Just use your eyes — he keeps yelling at hitters who flip their bats, and none
When Pablo Sandoval cited his desire for a new challenge after signing with the Red Sox, the Bay Area turned into an echo chamber. Just about everyone said some variation
The Giants came really close on Cole Hamels to the point where Hamels waived his no trade to SF according to a Giants source. — Nick Cafardo (@nickcafardo) July 30,
I’ve been really rational about up to this point. The Giants are only screwing around with the Dodgers, I wrote. They should set their sights on Mike Leake, I wrote.
The Giants’ mission — to be in the conversation whenever a starting pitcher is mentioned under any context — is going quite nicely this month. And with Tim Hudson and
I heard something in the press box yesterday that was brilliant, only I can’t credit the person who said it. For one thing, it’s hearsay. “You know what so-and-so suggested?”
What else could Giants fans, or the Giants themselves, ask for? They lost two starting pitchers before the season even started. They lost their two best outfielders for extended periods.
What’s similar about these two tweets, other than both came from baseball writers employed by Fox? The five teams to express recent interest in #Phillies’ Hamels, according to sources: #Dodgers,
Another year, another set of questions about Brandon Belt. When is he finally going to break out? Is it time to finally give up and trade him? How many times
What good is an unbalanced schedule if you can’t make fun of some of the teams you have to face 19 times? With the Giants usually playing fairly boring, fruitless
“This is our rotation, what we have right now,” said Bruce Bochy. “We’re going to run with it.” It was a totally vanilla postgame quote after another snoozer in San
Today Buster Olney joined 95.7 The Game’s morning show, and included in his segment was a discussion about possible additions the Giants could make. And no, Olney didn’t mention Everth
It’s the Phillies, sure. After losing 4-2 to the Giants today to finalize a series sweep, the worst team in baseball has lost 15 of their last 18 games. They’ve
Baseball is a funny game. Those who write about baseball tend to describe baseball’s funny traits more than scribes who cover any other sport, save for golf. But the Giants
The Giants fell behind 3-0 early. After San Francisco tied the game with a three-run rally in the third inning, the Rockies took a 5-3 lead the very next inning.