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 […]
ARLINGTON, Texas (CBS / AP) — The Texas Rangers are counting on Cliff Lee to keep the San Francisco Giants from celebrating a World Series championship deep in the heart of Texas. After Giants rookie […]
Pitching got the San Francisco Giants into the World Series. Big hits and fielding may win it for them.
Aubrey Huff’s in the World Series with the San Francisco Giants, taking on the Texas Rangers club he grew up rooting for, and he just hit a home run that helped his club win Game 4 on Sunday evening and move to the cusp of winning it all.
San Francisco Giants gear flew off the shelves as the team launched a post-season winning streak against the Texas Rangers. But, some fans found t-shirts and baseball caps insufficient.
The Giants are just one victory from winning their first World Series since moving to San Francisco. The team left New York the same year “West Side Story” opened on Broadway, by sheer coincidence… or is it?
San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy said he planned to sleep on his decision for a designated hitter for World Series Game 4 on Sunday.