Madison Bumgarner pitched eight sharp innings in his fifth career matchup against Clayton Kershaw and batterymate Buster Posey homered, leading the San Francisco Giants to a 2-1 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday night.
The Giants ace likes to take his hacks and took umbrage at Washington Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer who suggested the designated hitter be applied in both leagues after Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainright suffered a season-ending rupture of his Achillies’ tendon during an at-bat.
Injuries to a pair of star pitchers have renewed the call to add the designated hitter to Major League Baseball’s National League. While some pitchers have come out in support of the idea, Giants ace Madison Bumgarner is having no part of it.
Whoever said games don’t matter in April wasn’t at AT&T Park the past three days.
Justin Maxwell singled home the winning run with one out in the 10th inning and the San Francisco Giants beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2 Thursday for a three-game sweep.
The Super Bowl, wild card weekend, draft day and now schedule release day. It seems like the NFL just can’t help but come up with unofficial holiday’s for fans to celebrate.
San Francisco Giants fans are getting a chance at an authentic World Championship ring just like the ones players got for their 2014 World Series win, with a raffle that benefits the Giants Community Fund, which helps underserved youth.
Third base umpire and crew chief Fieldin Culbreth let Blanco stay on third despite Don Mattingly’s argument, Joe Panik hit a game-ending sacrifice fly moments later with the Dodgers in a five-man infield, and the San Francisco Giants edged Los Angeles 3-2 Wednesday night.
You can wipe the slate clean on Barry Bonds and the Balco scandal that has haunted him since 2003 when a jury found the former Giants slugger guilty of obstructing law enforcement.
This is the first time in Major League Baseball history the reigning regular-season MVP will oppose the World Series MVP as starters.
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.