San Francisco Giants News

San Francisco Giants Baseball News

  • Giants can't hold on as Marlins rally in 9th
    Back at home after a 10-game trip, the Giants took a two-run lead into the ninth inning of Monday night's series opener against the Miami Marlins. Then a three-run uprising against Giants closer Hunter Strickland reversed matters and gave the Marlins a 5-4 victory.
  • Cueto feeling 'really good' after simulated game
    Following a two-inning simulated game on Monday, right-hander Johnny Cueto was convinced he won't have to spend much more time on the DL nursing his inflamed right elbow. Cueto reiterated his estimate of starting a pair of Minor League injury rehabilitation games before rejoining the Giants' rotation.
  • Giants first-round pick Bart visits AT&T Park
    Sunday, the San Francisco Giants signed Georgia Tech catcher and No. 2 overall pick Joey Bart to a $7.025 million bonus. Emphasis on catcher.
  • VOTE NOW: Camping World MLB All-Star Ballot
    Help get your Giants into the NL All-Star Game starting lineup. Vote up to 5 times in any 24-hour period (max 35 votes) on the 2018 Camping World MLB All-Star Ballot. Plus, each vote gives you a chance to win a 2019 Freedom Elite Motorhome.
  • Rodriguez gets another look at Marlins
    Dereck Rodriguez, who's scheduled to start against Miami in Tuesday's 7:15 p.m. PT rematch at AT&T Park, recorded one of his better performances against the Marlins last Thursday. He yielded two runs and seven hits in a career-high 6 2/3 innings to help set up San Francisco's 16-inning, 6-3 win. Rodriguez will be opposed by right-hander Dan Straily, who's 4-0 with a 2.82 ERA in six lifetime starts against the Giants.
  • Giants fan very excited after making foul catch
    Giants fan very excited after making foul catch
  • Posey, Crawford leading pack in ASG voting
    Buster Posey, 31, is bidding for his fourth consecutive fan-elected start in this year's All-Star Game, and would become the first National League catcher to earn four consecutive fan votes since Hall of Famer Mike Piazza. Teammate Brandon Crawford leads the shortstop voting by nearly twice as much as his closest competitor.
  • 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.
  • Slater blasts 2-run HR for Triple-A Sacramento
    Making his third start of the season, Forrest Whitley once again put up zeros.
  • Stratton solves LA, sends Giants home with win
    Ignoring his career record against Los Angeles, Chris Stratton pitched six smooth innings Sunday to lead the Giants to a 4-1 victory at Dodger Stadium.
  • No. 2 overall pick Bart signs for record bonus
    The Giants announced on Sunday that they have signed the second overall selection in this year's MLB Draft, catcher Joey Bart, bringing their total of signed draftees to 32, including 23 of their first 25 selections and 29 of their first 33. Bart's deal is worth $7.025 million, according to MLB Pipeline's Jim Callis -- below that pick's slot value of $7,494,600. It is the largest up-front bonus for a position player in MLB Draft history.
  • Father-son MLB duos led by familiar name
    You don't have to be the son of a Major Leaguer to become one yourself, but hey, it certainly doesn't hurt. Baseball bloodlines are strong, whether these sons grew up in big league clubhouses, benefited from their father's expert coaching, or simply inherited some good genes. And so it's hardly rare to see familiar names from a previous generation resurface in MLB.
  • Bahr fans nine for Class A Augusta
    California League pitchers are learning the hard way that Jo Adell's power is for real.
  • Bumgarner's quality start not enough for Giants
    Madison Bumgarner has a way of making his presence felt even when he doesn't emerge victorious. Unfortunately for the Giants, the left-hander had an opportunity to display this quality Saturday in a 3-1 setback administered by the Los Angeles Dodgers.
  • Crawford slated for time away from Giants
    Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Saturday that shortstop Brandon Crawford will go on paternity leave Monday to be present as his wife, Jalynne, gives birth to the couple's fourth child.
  • Longo to have surgery, could miss 6-8 weeks
    Though Evan Longoria is expected to be sidelined for six to eight weeks after he undergoes surgery on his fractured left hand next Tuesday, the Giants third baseman said he will strive to beat that estimate and rejoin the team's lineup sooner.
  • Ramos, Gonzalez lead Augusta to win
    Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Saturday.
  • Belt activated from DL, Johnson optioned
    The Giants activated first baseman Brandon Belt from the disabled list ahead of Saturday's game against the Dodgers in Los Angeles.
  • Key error comes back to haunt Giants in loss
    During most of their 3-2 loss to the Dodgers on Friday evening, the Giants barely resembled the team that won six of its previous 10 games against Los Angeles.
  • Cutch crushes 1st-frame HR for 2nd straight day
    For the second consecutive game, Andrew McCutchen blasted a first-inning two-run homer to stake the Giants to a two-run lead over the Marlins. In Thursday afternoon's 6-3, 16-inning win, he hit a 2-1 slider from Miami starter Dan Straily over the left-field fence.
  • More...

MLB Teams News

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Oakland Athletics
Toronto Blue Jays Tampa Bay Rays
Cleveland Indians Seattle Mariners
Baltimore Orioles Texas Rangers
Boston Red Sox Kansas City Royals
Detroit Tigers Minnesota Twins
Chicago White Sox New York Yankees
Houston Astros Atlanta Braves
Milwaukee Brewers St. Louis Cardinals
Chicago Cubs Arizona Diamondbacks
Los Angeles Dodgers San Francisco Giants
Florida Marlins New York Mets
Washington Nationals San Diego Padres
Philadelphia Phillies Pittsburgh Pirates
Cincinnati Reds Colorado Rockies