The Bay Area is the epicenter of the sabermetrics boom, thanks largely to the Billy Beane ‘Moneyball’ movement in Oakland. However, the one of the most popular stats in modern baseball – Wins Above Replacement – suggests that two of the all-time greats played across the bay in San Francisco.
The wife of Hall of Famer Willie Mays, Mae Louise Allen Mays, has died. She was 74.
Melky Cabrera got his 50th hit of the month to spark the go-ahead rally and Buster Posey drove in a pair of runs to lead the San Francisco Giants to a 3-1 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Tuesday night.
Baseball Hall of Famer Willie Mays, four-time World Series winner Joe Torre and boxing champion Sergio Martinez were honored Thursday for their years of work helping to stop domestic violence.
The San Francisco Giants honored Willie Mays on his 80th birthday Friday night with a ceremony befitting a baseball legend.
Willie Mays sat on the stage of a grade school auditorium on the site of the old Polo Grounds, addressing a room full of attentive kids.
We’re celebrating the San Francisco Giants! Parade highlights, inside interview with Giants great Willie Mays, and fan stories from past and present. Liam Mayclem and Brian Hackney are showing off their Giants Pride! It’s all […]
Willie Mays was sick and missed throwing out the ceremonial first pitch before the World Series opener.
When Willie McCovey scalded a liner that found Bobby Richardson’s glove at second to end the 1962 World Series, there was no way for San Franciscans to know that, 48 years later, the Giants still would never have won a Fall Classic in San Francisco.