(CBS SF) — A sports tickets website claims its latest rankings of Major League Baseball fans shows San Francisco Giants fans at number two in the league – and Oakland Athletics fans dead last. Ticket […]
Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford hit a bouncing ball into the stands behind home plate during the 2nd inning of Sunday’s game against the Phillies. The ball was headed straight for a fan in the front row, who wasn’t paying attention.
The Giants set the Major League Baseball record Saturday for hosting 50 million visitors in the fewest number of seasons.
Hunter Pence hit a grand slam as part of an eight-run fourth inning against former All-Star Cole Hamels, and the San Francisco Giants beat the Philadelphia Phillies 15-2 on Friday night.
Cain was more impressed by Pence’s defensive gem in the sixth inning than he was with his own winning return to AT&T Park…
The veteran infielder was designated for assignment Tuesday by the San Francisco Giants shortly before…
Last offseason the San Francisco Giants offered up big money to keep Pablo Sandoval in town, only to watch the fan favorite sign to play with the Red Sox. At the time, there was no obvious replacement for “The Panda.” But now that Matt Duffy has outplayed Casey McGehee, it’s time see what they’re getting for their money.
Buster Posey drove in two runs, and Susac had a three-run double in the seventh inning to rally the San Francisco Giants to a 7-5 victory over the Colorado Rockies on Saturday.
On Wednesday, the sports network announced the finalists for the annual awards gala, but left Bumgarner – the Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year – out of the running for the top individual prize among men. Here’s a look at the numbers four players ESPN thought were more worthy of the ESPY:
A TV commentator for Major League Baseball and former San Francisco Giant Darryl Hamilton has been found dead in an apparent murder-suicide in a Houston suburb, according to published reports.
U.S. President Barack Obama welcomes the World Series Champion San Francisco Giants to the White House June 4, 2015 in Washington, DC. The Giants defeated the Kansas City Royals in last year’s World Series.