The term “chemistry” can mean just about anything when it comes to sports, depending on whom you ask. To some, it’s about a group of teammates who get along extraordinarily
The San Francisco Giants don’t have many intriguing roster-related subplots this Spring. They have seven starting pitchers who aren’t going anywhere, several established relievers (including four who’ve been a part
Today marks the beginning of a new era in Oakland A’s baseball as they will open Spring Training at their facilities in Mesa, Arizona. Many improvements have been made to
After being named the new Giants Insider for CSN Bay Area, Alex Pavlovic joins Bay Area Duck Guy and Bay Area Sports Guy to talk about his new gig and
I asked San Francisco Giants general manager Brian Sabean a few questions on Friday, when he met with reporters for about a half hour in a suite at AT&T Park.
The defending world champion San Francisco Giants unofficially kick off the 2015 season tomorrow with their 22nd annual KNBR-Giants Fan Fest. With most of the team returning to San Francisco for the first time
“We’re pretty much at our budget,” Brian Sabean said in response to the second question he faced at today’s Media Day interview about the Giants no longer considering “big ticket”
Here’s the thing about being the top prospect — one doesn’t hold the title for several years. The prospect-rankers get antsy, other players come along, and those who don’t show rapid improvement and
About a week ago, Virgin America invited me to fly out to New York with a group of Giants employees and the World Series trophy. It was a whirlwind trip
That halfhearted goodbye I wrote to Ryan Vogelsong a few days back was a bit premature, as the Giants reportedly signed the starter to a one-year deal after things fell
“In life you don’t get too many of these moments.” — St. John’s honors Joe Panik at Madison Square Garden
How much do the Giants love and appreciate Joe Panik? Team CEO Larry Baer traveled with the team’s newest World Series trophy to Madison Square Garden for an on-court celebration of the
Looks like Vogelsong is heading to Houston, Giants competing with Yankees (among others) for Moncada
Update (11:11 pm EST, Jan. 21): Looks like all of those Vogey-to-Houston reports might turn out to be wrong. Sources: Vogelsong shifts course. No deal with #Astros. In serious discussions
The Giants signed a free agent outfielder, and you can pretty well assume he’ll hit somewhere in the mid-high .280s. Oh, and he probably won’t hit many (any?) home runs.