Marlins Complete Sweep of Giants in Cain’s Return

It was the return of both the San Francisco Giants’ Matt Cain and Miami Marlins’ Jose Fernandez on Thursday afternoon, and the Marlins starter emerged the victor both on the mound and at the plate as Miami completed the sweep with a 5-4 win over the Giants. Cain, who had more »

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Rewind: A Mac Williamson Interview From 2013

Mac Williamson has always been one of my favorite prospects to watch – a complete five-tool outfielder, down-to-earth personality, and so much potential. Williamson was batting .293 and slugging .429 in Double-A before his recent call-up to the Giants Triple-A team and is just five games deep with the Rivercats. more »

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Bumgarner Reaches A New Milestone, Duffy Finishes a Single Short of Cycle in Giants’ 6-3 Win

Madison Bumgarner added another historical moment to his resume while Matt Duffy came up just short of one of his own, as he went three-for-four with a home run in the Giants’ 6-3 win over Colorado on Sunday afternoon. After giving up a two-run home run in the first inning, more »

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Hudson: ‘It was a weird night’

A pair of home runs from Nolan Arenado were too much for the Giants to overcome, as they dropped game one against the Rockies 8-6. The Giants struck first. Andrew Susac’s second home run of the year extended his hitting streak to a career-high seven games and gave the Giants more »

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MLB Addresses New Replay Center & A’s Future

Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred visited San Francisco this week to make an announcement and address obvious concerns for the future of the leagues second ball club across the bay. After opening a replay center at the MLB Advanced Media office in New York in 2008, it was expanded more »

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Triples Help Giants Out-Slug Padres

Four San Francisco triples helped the Giants cling to a nail-biting 13-8 win over the Padres and earn their first series win at AT&T Park in over a month. San Francisco’s offense jumped all over James Shields in the bottom of the first. Angel Pagan continued to heat up with a more »

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Posey Slams Padres in Win

The Giants captured an elusive home win with a 6-0 trouncing of the Padres on Wednesday night at AT&T Park. It looked like San Francisco’s offense would continue their struggles, as they were held hitless through the first two innings. But then came the bottom of the third. Andrew Susac more »

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Report: Pete Rose Bet on Baseball As a Player

Unless you’ve been asleep for the last two days, you’ve learned by now that new reports obtained by ESPN’s Outside the Lines are showing supposed proof that former baseball great Pete Rose wagered on baseball while he was playing in Major League Baseball. A report by @OTLonESPN shows Pete Rose more »

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Posey’s Grand Slam Leads Way As Giants Beat LA 9-5

Buster Posey’s grand slam led the way and Chris Heston became the first Giants’ rookie to beat the Dodgers in five years, as San Francisco Beat LA 9-5 on Friday night. The Dodgers struck first, but Buster Posey put the Giants back on top with the bases loaded and one more »

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