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.
In a move sure to stir up San Francisco Giants fans eager for some hot stove news, the defending champs have signed reliever Juan Gutierrez. That’s according to this “Minor League
Are the Giants still on the lookout for a left fielder? According to Peter Gammons’ latest column, several people in the know who think they’re targeting a player who saw time
X-Mas notes: Davis throws parting shot at Roman, how Scutaro and Gore are similar, Lakers win to spite Kobe
I just started shopping for presents two days ago, which must mean Christmas is tomorrow! So let’s take a few things that I probably could’ve stretched into full-length posts, and wrap
Here’s the current projected 25-man roster (plus Marco Scutaro), with the salary for each player. Arbitration estimates from MLB Trade Rumors are in orange. Name 2015 2016 2017 Starting Pitchers Cain, Matt
The San Francisco Giants have traded for a third baseman. And, it’s neither of the two guys we heard they had interest in a couple days ago. Martin Prado ended
The Giants off-season is finally getting going. After re-signing Sergio Romo on Wednesday the Giants have now come to terms with Jake Peavy on a two-year contract worth $24 million dollars.
The Japan Times reported something that equated to what the kids call a “bummer”, at least for those who thought Kenta Maeda would’ve been a perfect candidate to join the
The San Francisco Giants finally made a move, and they brought back one of their most popular players in the process. They re-signed Sergio Romo to a two-year, $15 million contract.
What are the Giants doing this offseason? Alex Pavlovic discusses that with Bay Area Duck Guy and Bay Area Sports Guy, and the guys dive into what should be done
The Los Angeles Dodgers will pay Brian Wilson $9,500,000 in 2015. Wilson will not pitch for the Dodgers. Wilson struck out 10.1 batters per nine innings in 2014. Beyond that,
Korean shortstop Jung-Ho Kang, who in 117 games hit 40 home runs in the VERY hitter-friendly* Korean Baseball Organization in 2014, was posted today as expected. Jung-Ho Kang posted, MLB