For fans, the only thing that may slow them down on the Giants home opener at AT&T Park was the cost of a ticket.
NL Cy Young Award contender Clayton Kershaw outdueled two-time winner Tim Lincecum on Friday night.
Cody Ross homered on his bobblehead day, and even that wasn’t enough to ease his disappointment following the San Francisco Giants’ frustrating 2-1 loss against the Colorado Rockies.
Pinch-hitter Jonathan Lucroy’s bases-loaded suicide squeeze scored Ryan Braun with one out in the ninth, lifting the Milwaukee Brewers to a 3-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants on Saturday.
The San Francisco Giants’ slow start likely will mean little this weekend. The anguish and torture that became so familiar to fans with all the close games during last season’s remarkable run to the World Series can be forgotten for a few days at least.
Pat Burrell signed a $1 million, one-year contract with the World Series champion Giants on Friday, taking a below-market deal to remain in San Francisco.
He’s not just the National League Rookie of the Year. Buster Posey is a world champion with the San Francisco Giants. He’s also a special source of pride in San Jose.
At least 100,000 people were expected to turn out for the city of San Francisco’s parade and civic celebration Wednesday for the 2010 World Champion San Francisco Giants.
Thirteen years removed from that memorable night in Miami, Edgar Renteria became only the fourth player in baseball history with two – count ‘em, two – World Series-winning hits. “Same emotions. Same feeling. It’s unbelievable,” he said.
ARLINGTON, Texas (CBS / AP) –Shaggy hair. Funky delivery. World Series star. Tim Lincecum took the ball for his biggest outing yet and showed he’s still every bit the ace who won the last two […]