President Barack Obama praised the World Series champion San Francisco Giants for the team’s commitment to helping underserved youth.
Baseball Hall of Famer Monte Irvin, a member of the former New York Giants and the oldest living former Negro Leagues player, was a special guest of the San Francisco Giants during the World Series champions’ traditional visit to the White House Thursday.
Here’s a study we just don’t get. Researchers over at WalletHub say San Jose – which has been working for years to land a Major League Baseball team – is among the worst baseball fans in the country. Meanwhile, up the 280 freeway, fans are enjoying some of the best baseball conditions at Stanford, according to a writeup from the personal finance analysis group.
Daniel Descalso homered and drove in three runs and the Colorado Rockies handed San Francisco its first loss in nine games, taking the second game of a rain-soaked doubleheader 5-3 on Saturday night.
Los Angeles has lost all six games at AT&T Park this season, getting shut out the last three games in a row
Brandon Belt hit a three-run homer, and Buster Posey added a two-run shot off Jason Marquis on Friday night, leading the San Francisco Giants to a 10-2 victory over the Cincinnati Reds in a game played uninterrupted while an outfield smokestack burned for an inning.
Two months after his forearm was injured during spring training, San Francisco Giants right fielder Hunter Pence is reportedly returning to the team’s lineup this weekend.
Baseball’s home run king and former San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds is reportedly working on a grievance against Major League Baseball regarding his claim that teams colluded to keep him from playing after the 2007 season in which he set the home run record.
San Francisco has become the first city in the nation to outlaw chewing tobacco from its playing fields, including AT&T Park.
A man who smirked as he was sentenced in the savage beating of a San Francisco Giants fan outside Dodger Stadium wants a federal judge to spare him from another lengthy prison sentence for an unrelated gun crime.
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.