The San Francisco Giants were hoping Tim Lincecum had found the form that made him a two-time Cy Young Award winner. Instead, he looked more like the pitcher who struggled mightily this year.
San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy is hoping change will be a good thing as his team seeks to even up things with the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 4 of the NLCS on Thursday evening.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (Bleacher Report) — The San Francisco Giants lost Game 3 of the NLCS by a score of 3-1. It was a closely fought contest, which was unfortunately interrupted for over three hours […]
The trip to the bullpen didn’t only lead to better results from Lincecum, it also allowed him to clear his mind after a season where it seemed like everything began to snowball on him early and he couldn’t recover.
Where does one start equal more than 33? How does one single game redeem an entire season? The answer to those riddles lies in the postseason.
Matt Cain lost for the second time this postseason, giving up three runs on five hits in 6 1-3 innings. The Giants, who entered the game batting just .217 in the postseason, were 0 for 7 with runners in scoring position.
San Francisco Giants second baseman Marco Scutaro was in the starting lineup for Wednesday’s NLCS Game 3 against the Cardinals in St. Louis. Scutaro was injured when Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday aggressively collided with him in Game 2 to break up a double play.
Giants manager Bruce Bochy expects Marco Scutaro to be in his lineup card for Game 3 of the NL championship series, two days after St. Louis slugger Matt Holliday plowed into the San Francisco second baseman.
Bruce Bochy expects Giants second baseman Marco Scutaro to be on his lineup card for Game 3 of the NL championship series. And the San Francisco manager isn’t interested in any retaliation talk.
Matt Holliday’s chop-block on Marco Scutaro may have done more than a Hunter Pence dugout sermon to build a fire under the San Francisco Giants and their fans.