The San Francisco Giants bullpen was seeing action just two innings into Game 6 of the World Series against the Royals in Kansas City.
Dick’s Sporting Goods may have jumped the gun by airing a TV spot advertising World Series Champions Kansas City Royals gear before the Series is over.
San Francisco police are preparing for rowdy celebrations that could erupt if the Giants clinch a World Series victory tonight or Wednesday, a police spokesman said Tuesday.
It could be a very busy week for San Francisco police between possible celebrations of a possible Giants World Series victory and a certain holiday where fans might dress up like their favorite sports heroes.
Sleep may be the secret to the San Francisco Giants’ winning recipe lately.
Over the past few years the San Francisco Giants have been just a noteworthy for their quirky players as they have been for their play on the field. No one exemplifies that quirk more than outfielder Hunter Pence.
Barry Bonds was better dressed than many of the fans Mike Sugerman ran into behind the scenes at AT&T Park Sunday as a rocking stadium carried the Giants to within a game of the championship. Who gets your vote for best and worst dressed?
If you’re a die-hard fan of the San Francisco Giants you’re already thinking about skipping work this week to catch another World Series Championship victory parade, or at least wondering where you can watch it online. It’s going to take some planning. We’re here to help.
If you’re already clearing space on your memorabilia shelf in hopes of another San Francisco Giants World Series win, then you might want to make room for this hot collector’s item.
Juan Perez entered Sunday’s Giants game with a heavy heart. He entered the game as a pinch runner just after learning that his friend – top St. Louis Cardinals prospect Oscar Taveras – was killed in a car wreck in the Dominican Republic.