SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — Pitching wins championships, or so the saying goes, right? The Giants rode their arms to two World Series Titles in 2010 and 2012. But it was widely believed that 2014 […]
When Andrew Susac was in the sixth grade he wrote a story about playing for the Giants. He would, as the story goes, pass Barry Bonds as baseball’s all-time home run king.
When this guy is on his game, and it’s quite often, he’s more precise than a Rolex. And the timing of this win was season-saving for San Francisco.
This will sound like a tired cliché, but it’s too bad one team had to lose: This was one great frickin’ baseball game. Who in their right mind predicted a 9-8 finish with Jon Lester and James Shields pitching?
Reggie McKenzie looked like a poster boy for a Southwest Airlines commercial. “Wanna get away?”
Dennis Allen never stood a chance. He was doomed the moment he put his John Hancock on the dotted line.
Former 49er and current NFL analyst Deion Sanders dropped a bombshell Sunday evening, citing unnamed sources that Jim Harbaugh is “not on the same page” with the players and that they “want [Harbaugh] out.”
Do the Giants still have a prayer with no Angel in the outfield?
For the second straight year the 49ers are 1-2. Theories of an organizational collapse abound, ranging from front office discord to referee conspiracy to the coach losing control.
Roger Goodell wasn’t holding just a press conference. He was appealing to the public, to the fans, and to the owners to give him a second chance.