SF Giants

  1. Pablo Sandoval is introduced to the Boston media. (CBS SF) Matt Duffy #50 of the San Francisco Giants scores against the Arizona Diamondbacks in the bottom of the seventh inning at AT&T Park on September 10, 2014 in San Francisco. Duffy scored on a sacrifice fly from Angel Pagan #16. (Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)
    Tale Of The Tape: Giants Better Off With Duffy Instead Of Sandoval?

    Last offseason the San Francisco Giants offered up big money to keep Pablo Sandoval in town, only to watch the fan favorite sign to play with the Red Sox. At the time, there was no obvious replacement for “The Panda.” But now that Matt Duffy has outplayed Casey McGehee, it’s time see what they’re getting for their money.

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    Barry Zito’s 2006 Giants Contract Vs. His 2015 A’s Contract

    In 2006, Barry Zito was the biggest free agent pitcher signing in MLB history. Eight Years later he’s trying out the team that originally drafted him, hoping for a chance to make a small fraction of his Giants contract. The veteran lefty says he’s playing now for the love of the game. A look at his pay cut will sure make you believe him. Check the numbers:

  3. (Tom Hauck/Getty Images) St Louis Cardinals v San Francisco Giants
    Tale Of The Tape: Willie Mays’ 1966 Contract Vs. Modern Baseball Salaries

    On February 11th, 1966 Willie Mays signed a $130,000 contract with the Giants. At the time, it was the highest in the league. Now the league MINIMUM is $500,000. How would Mays, one of the league’s all time greats, be paid if he were a free agent today? Let’s measure up.

  4. ST LOUIS, MO - OCTOBER 18: Clayton Kershaw #22 of the Los Angeles Dodgers pitches in the first inning against the St. Louis Cardinals in Game Six of the National League Championship Series at Busch Stadium on October 18, 2013 in St Louis, Missouri. San Francisco Giants Victory Parade and Civic Celebration
    Tale Of The Tape: SF Giants Awards Vs. All Other National Leage Teams

    It’s baseball award season again. After getting shut out of the Gold Gloves the San Francisco Giants are going to go home with very little to show for themselves this year. Here’s a closer look […]

  5. Giants Get Rings Petaluma native Jonny Gomes celebrates hoists the 2013 World Series trophy in Boston. (Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)
    Tale Of The Tape: Better Sports Region – Boston Vs. Bay Area

    It looks like Boston and San Francisco (the Bay Area, really) are among the U.S. finalists to bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics. LA, DC and San Diego are also in the mix, but were guessing the USOC is going to go for a winner, and if you’ve been watching sports over the last decade you know that those other cities can’t compete. So which team is the better sports town? That’s this week’s Tale of the Tape.

  6. (Oakland A's) (photo credit: SF Giants)
    Tale Of The Tape: A’s Vs. Giants – Who Has The Better Fan Giveaways?

    One team sells out every game and the other has to tarp off the top deck for home games yet fans still gets as loud as any in Major League Baseball. San Francisco Giants and Oakland A’s fans are as different as the cities they hail from, and that’s reflected in the promotional events the teams hold to pull in fans. So which team offers the better door prizes? We made that this week’s Tale of the Tape.