Four years after being brutally attacked, San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow made a big step forward in his recovery by throwing the ceremonial first pitch at a San Jose Giants minor league game Thursday night.
Stow, a lifelong Giants fan, has been on the road to recovery since a brutal attack outside Dodger Stadium in 2011.
Bridget Klecker’s planned to attend the Giants Home Opener but she was struck and killed by robbers fleeing police in a wild pursuit through San Francisco. The team honored her with a moment of silence.
Eddie Butler outdueled fellow rookie Chris Heston and shut down the Giants, and the Colorado Rockies spoiled San Francisco’s latest World Series championship celebration at their home opener with a 2-0 win Monday.
Among the Giants fans taking in the team’s 58th home opener in San Francisco, one woman is giving thanks for making it to the last 52 in a row.
This is the year of the Dead, as America says farewell to the Grateful Dead 50 years after the band was founded, marks the 20th year since the passing of lead singer Jerry Garcia, and anticipates the triumphal and final return of the band to the Bay Area stage June 27th and 28th at Levi’s Stadium. This recording is a great way to count down to that concert.
San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey was one of three Giants given the honor of delivering the three teams recent World Series trophies on to the field before the home opener Monday.
Parking garage owners have seen the 40,000 plus headed the stadium and have found a way to join in on the fun.
The World Series Champion San Francisco Giants return to AT&T Park for the team’s home opener Monday against the Colorado Rockies.
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Let’s be honest, something has been missing the last few months. You haven’t been able to scream you support for Buster Posey, Madison Bumgarner and the boys in orange and […]