The San Francisco Giants acquired third baseman Casey McGehee on Friday night from the Miami Marlins for a pair of right-handed minor league pitchers, finding their replacement for departed slugger Pablo Sandoval.
The revamping Oakland Athletics made yet another trade of a star player this offseason, sending catcher Derek Norris and minor league right-hander Seth Streich to the San Diego Padres on Thursday night for righties Jesse Hahn and R.J. Alvarez along with an international signing bonus slot.
The San Francisco Giants have won three World Series in less than ten years but for some reason the team seems to not be a favorite destination for free agents – whether they are Giants players leaving the Bay or players around the league joining the orange and black.
After a series of high-profile (and cost cutting) trades, it’s currently en vogue to take a swipe at the Billy Beane pinata. I’ll pass, and here’s why: the A’s, under Billy Beane, have been incredibly successful.
The editors of Sports Illustrated have made their selection for the most outstanding athlete of 2014, and nodbody who watch the World Series will be surprised to hear it’s Madison Bumgarner of the San Francisco Giants.
Just in time for the holidays, the San Francisco Giants are auctioning off treasures from their third World Series championship in five years, but they aren’t cheap.
A little over two years after Melky Cabrera crept out of the Giants locker room for good following a steroid suspension and his estrangement for the eventual World Series Champions, the team is reportedly considering bringing him back to fill the vacancy in left field.
Two weeks after Jason Collins retired as the NBA’s first openly gay player, Dale Scott added his name Tuesday to a growing list of gay and lesbian sports figures taking similar public steps.
Fresh off a third title in five years, the San Francisco Giants are trying their best to spend some of their winnings on bolstering next year’s lineup, with little luck so far.
Oakland traded All-Star third baseman Josh Donaldson to the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday night for third baseman Brett Lawrie, left-hander Sean Nolin, right-hander Kendall Graveman and minor league shortstop Franklin Barreto.