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  • Giants erupt at plate as Samardzija wins debut
    The Giants used a fresh face and a night with the designated hitter to get the kind of offense they have been yearning for in an 8-1 victory Friday over the Angels. In his first game with the Giants this season, after replacing an injured Hunter Pence (thumb) on the roster, Mac Williamson blistered a two-run home run to get things rolling in a six-run fifth inning.
  • Williamson brings rebuilt swing to Giants
    Mac Williamson was called up to take Hunter Pence's place on the roster and provide some offensive pop.
  • Giants place Pence on DL with sprained thumb
    The Giants will be without Hunter Pence for at least the next 10 days; the outfielder was placed on the disabled list before Friday's game against the Angels with a right thumb sprain. In his place, San Francisco recalled outfielder Mac Williamson from Triple-A Sacramento.
  • Holland takes on Angels seeking first win
    Giants left-hander Derek Holland will take the mound Saturday evening against the Angels still in search of his first victory as a member of the Giants. After nine seasons in the American League, Holland knows the Angels well, going 10-8 against them with a 5.21 ERA in 28 appearances (25 starts). His 162 ⅓ innings pitched against the Angels are his most against any team in the Majors. The Angels will counter with right-hander Garrett Richards (2-0, 3.60 ERA) in the 6:07 p.m. PT start.
  • Bochy reveals earliest Bumgarner could return
    If all proceeds well for Madison Bumgarner, the Giants ace could be back in the club's starting rotation by late May.
  • Giants bats go cold in narrow loss to D-backs
    The Giants received a worthy pitching performance Thursday night from left-hander Ty Blach but generated little else as they dropped a 3-1 decision to the Arizona Diamondbacks.
  • Belt HRs again, a night after hitting his 100th
  • Giants' Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Giants have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for San Francisco's Top 30 Prospects on MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.
  • NL West: Checking in on the new guys
    There are plenty of new faces in the National League West, and a handful of new old faces as well. All of them are sure to play pivotal roles in what figures to be one of the sport's tightest division races.
  • Belt's 10th-inning blast lifts Giants to win
    Brandon Belt made his 100th career homer a true milestone, delivering it in Wednesday night's 10th inning, to lift the Giants past the D-backs at Chase Field, 4-3. Chris Stratton struck out eight in seven innings on the mound.
  • Longoria hammers HR coming off ankle injury
    Evan Longoria continued to show signs of his offensive thaw during Wednesday night's Giants-Diamondbacks encounter, clobbering a sixth-inning, two-run homer to open the scoring.
  • Cueto dazzles as Giants fall, avoid being no-hit
    The Giants escaped the ignominy of having a no-hitter thrown against them on Tuesday night by Arizona's Patrick Corbin, but they couldn't avoid the specter of defeat, as they fell to the Diamondbacks, 1-0. It was San Francisco's fourth consecutive defeat.
  • Longoria (ankle) scratched; Sandoval at 3B
    Evan Longoria was scratched for Tuesday's game against the D-backs after he re-injured the ankle he hurt in Spring Training. Pablo Sandoval will start at third.
  • Johnson among top prospect performers
    Giants right-hander Jordan Johnson was among top prospect performers on Wednesday.
  • Inbox: When will reliever Smith return to Giants?
    What's the latest on reliever Will Smith's comeback from Tommy John surgery? Giants beat reporter Chris Haft answers this question and more in this week's Inbox.
  • Executive Access talks success with Sabean's Mark Feinsand recently sat down with Brian Sabean in his office to discuss dealing with criticism, the Barry Bonds era, his successful run with manager Bruce Bochy and much more.
  • Beede's progress to continue in Minors
    Tyler Beede proved he can strike out Major League hitters. Sustaining a thorough effort against them must wait for another time, as the Giants' 10-1 loss Sunday to the Padres demonstrated.
  • Cueto set to return; Shark will continue rehab
    Johnny Cueto's season will begin again Tuesday. That night, Cueto will officially rejoin the Giants and face the D-backs, against whom he has posted an 11-3 record in 15 career starts.
  • Padres, Giants celebrate Jackie's impact
    Seventy-one years after Jackie Robinson broke Major League Baseball's color barrier, the Giants and Rockies felt his impact as strongly as ever on Sunday afternoon at Petco Park.
  • Longo shows signs of life at plate in Giants loss
    Diving into the past to salvage the present, Evan Longoria was rewarded for his research on Saturday night at Petco Park.
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