The Giants may have had an off day Monday, but that doesn’t mean the night was without entertainment for San Francisco fans, as the rival Dodgers teamed up for an epic blooper, behold:
The Giant’s remain among the league’s elite, despite a sputtering offense. The A’s? Still #1, but look who’s right behind them.
Carl Crawford hit an RBI triple to back Hyun-Jin Ryu’s third straight victory, and the division-leading Los Angeles Dodgers completed a sweep of the San Francisco Giants with a 4-3 victory Sunday night.
The Los Angeles Dodgers don’t have to look much further than their poor record against San Francisco to understand why they trail the Giants by 1 1/2 games for the NL West lead.
If watching the Los Angeles Dodgers catch, and then pass, the San Francisco Giants in the standings wasn’t insulting enough, now comes word that the LA team is quite a bit more valuable than the Giants, according to Forbes Magazine’s list of “The World’s 50 Most Valuable Sports Teams.
The fight which left a woman unconscious following Thursday’s San Francisco Giants game at AT&T Park is just the latest serious incident of fan violence involving Giants fans in recent years.
A judge has told deadlocked jurors to keep deliberating in a lawsuit filed by Giants fan Bryan Stow over his beating at Dodger Stadium.
Jurors in a high-profile negligence lawsuit against the Los Angeles Dodgers and former owner Frank McCourt were asked Thursday to decide who was responsible for a beating that left a San Francisco Giants fan with devastating brain damage.
Closing arguments are slated to begin Thursday morning in the trial over the lawsuit of the beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow.
The Los Angeles Dodgers had insufficient security when San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow was severely beaten in a Dodger Stadium parking lot after the 2011 opening day game between the California rivals, an attorney told jurors Thursday in opening statements of the trial of a lawsuit seeking damages from the team and former owner Frank McCourt.