Giants lefty Madison Bumgarner is not only one of the best pitchers in baseball today–and the best post-season pitcher of all-time, according to some statistical categories–but he’s also one of the best hitting pitchers in baseball history.
Giants general manager Bobby Evans confirmed the trade, which also was announced by Cincinnati on Thursday. A day after losing out on second baseman Chase Utley, who the Phillies traded to the NL West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers, the Giants made their own move to boost an outfield that has dealt with injuries to all three starters.
A couple that has stayed together more than six decades despite their loyalty to separate baseball teams is melting hearts across the internet.
In what can best be described as pure San Francisco mash-up magic, the 90s TV family from Full House is getting a new orange and black look thanks to the Giants.
General Manager Bobby Evans confirms that the Giants have proposed a trade with the Phillies that would bring them six-time all-star second-baseman Chase Utley, but there are a couple of potential snags to the deal that could keep it from happening.
Legally cleared at last, Barry Bonds is unconcerned with everybody else’s thoughts on his career or credentials: He’s a Hall of Famer. Hands down.
Investigators found no bomb today at Wrigley Field in Chicago where the San Francisco Giants played the Chicago Cubs.
Matt Cain was knocked out in the fifth inning, and the Giants lost 8-6 to the Chicago Cubs on Saturday.
From the SF Street Food Festival at Pier 70, or check out the Bay Area’s only Zucchini Festival in Hayward. Jayn at Alice@97.3 has more things to do this week in the Bay Area!
Madison Bumgarner (11-6) gave up both homers and helped ignite a benches-clearing fracas when he shouted something toward the Rangers bench at the end of the fourth inning.