Tweets Show Behind-The-Scenes At AT&T Park Ahead Of Giants Home Opener, World Series Banner-RaisingThe World Series Champion San Francisco Giants return to AT&T Park for the team's home opener Monday against the Colorado Rockies.
Peavy Agrees To $24 Million Deal To Stay With GiantsPitcher Jake Peavy staying with the San Francisco Giants w/ a 2-year contract
Vogelsong Basks In Giants World Series Championship GlowRyan Vogelsong isn’t too concerned about what other guys do with their World Series championship rings. He’s wearing his once he gets it.
Giants World Series Parade Draws A Million Revelers To Downtown SFThrongs of people, estimated at more than one million, lined San Francisco’s Market Street Wednesday to watch the ticker tape parade celebrating the San Francisco Giants 2012 World Series Championship.
Daily Madden: Everyone Loves This ParadeAround a million people are expected to cheer the World Series Champion San Francisco Giants in a parade and civic celebration Wednesday.
Giants Used Familiar Formula To Win World Series AgainThe San Francisco Giants' championship formula is a familiar one, just with new faces all over the diamond two years later:
GameDay: Giants Aren't Who We Thought They WereWhen you win a World Series you tend to forget the smallest of details. Who cares when you are the World Champions? Those details are proving to be the downfall of the San Francisco Giants in 2011.
About The Bay: A World Championship Baby Nine months ago, November 1st at 7:54 pm, the San Francisco Giants beat the Texas Rangers to win the World Series. Some couples who celebrated the old fashioned way may be getting lucky again.
President Obama Honors World Champion Giants At White HouseThis is supposed to be an off day for the San Francisco Giants, but members of the baseball team will spend their afternoon with the Commander-in-Chief.
Obama To Host World Series Champ Giants At White HouseNext stop for the World Series Champion San Francisco Giants? The White House.
Champion Giants, Runner-Up Rangers Hover Near .500More than a month into 2011, both the World Series champion San Francisco Giants and runner-up Texas Rangers are hovering near the .500 mark.