Fresh off another World Series win, the latest trophy won by the San Francisco Giants was flown first class across the country to New York City on Wednesday, the team’s original home.
All three San Francisco Giants World Series trophies are going on a tour of California and other western states, team officials announced Monday.
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.
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.
The coach is ready to leave the baseball grind and play a little more music…
As Pablo Sandoval leaves the San Francisco Giants for the Boston Red Sox, Major League Baseball announced Monday that Sandoval and his now former teammates will receive payouts of nearly $400,000 each for winning the 2014 World Series.
Alvin Dark, manager of the San Francisco Giants in the 1960s and the Oakland Athletics in the 1970s following a stellar career as a player – has died at the age of 92.
Like it or not, the San Francisco Giants roster that ended Game 7 of the World Series passing around a trophy isn’t the same one that will be lined up for a World Series ring ceremony at AT&T Park next spring. What would be the biggest losses from the current free agent crop? Let’s start with the obvious…
San Francisco’s Muni has tallied up the damage totals for vandalism done the night the Giants won the World Series. It turns out it wasn’t as bad as last time, but officials say it’s still a black eye on the city.