Just in time for the holidays, the San Francisco Giants are auctioning off treasures from their third World Series championship in five years, but they aren’t cheap.
A little over two years after Melky Cabrera crept out of the Giants locker room for good following a steroid suspension and his estrangement for the eventual World Series Champions, the team is reportedly considering bringing him back to fill the vacancy in left field.
Two weeks after Jason Collins retired as the NBA’s first openly gay player, Dale Scott added his name Tuesday to a growing list of gay and lesbian sports figures taking similar public steps.
Oakland traded All-Star third baseman Josh Donaldson to the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday night for third baseman Brett Lawrie, left-hander Sean Nolin, right-hander Kendall Graveman and minor league shortstop Franklin Barreto.
The coach is ready to leave the baseball grind and play a little more music…
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – The Panda has officially gotten loose, heading to Boston on a five year deal. Who will the Giants find to replace fan-favorite Pablo Sandoval? Here are a few of the […]
As Pablo Sandoval leaves the San Francisco Giants for the Boston Red Sox, Major League Baseball announced Monday that Sandoval and his now former teammates will receive payouts of nearly $400,000 each for winning the 2014 World Series.
Every indication is that Pablo Sandoval has played his last game as a San Francisco Giant. If that’s true, he generated a lot of good memories (and three titles) in San Francisco. Here’s a look at a few of our favorite moments.
The Giants need to start looking for a third baseman because Pablo Sandoval is likely not coming back to San Francisco.
As a member of the Oakland Athletics, Jose Canseco gained fame as the first person ever to steal 40 bases and blast 40 homers in the same year. Now in retirement, Canseco may become the first (we hope) to successfully sell a finger he shot off on eBay.