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.
The San Diego Padres have become the 4th team looking to steal slugging third baseman Pablo Sandoval from the San Francisco Giants, reports CBS Sports.
Alvin Dark, manager of the San Francisco Giants in the 1960s and the Oakland Athletics in the 1970s following a stellar career as a player – has died at the age of 92.
Matt Williams got 18 first-place votes and 109 points. Pittsburgh’s Clint Hurdle, who earned the NL honor last year, was second with eight first-place votes and 80 points. Bruce Bochy of the World Series champion San Francisco Giants was third with three firsts and 30 points.
San Francisco Giants Pitcher Jake Peavy is reportedly going to celebrate his latest World Series victory by bringing home an authentic Cable Car bus and turning it into a bar at his Alabama Plantation.
Like it or not, the San Francisco Giants roster that ended Game 7 of the World Series passing around a trophy isn’t the same one that will be lined up for a World Series ring ceremony at AT&T Park next spring. What would be the biggest losses from the current free agent crop? Let’s start with the obvious…
Giants CEO Larry Baer says the club will do what it can to keep the switch-hitting third baseman and crowd favorite.
It’s baseball award season again. After getting shut out of the Gold Gloves the San Francisco Giants are going to go home with very little to show for themselves this year. Here’s a closer look […]