1. Why Ryan Vogelsong Will Be the Key to San Francisco Giants' Success in 2014

    Perhaps no title-winning team since the 1995 Atlanta Braves relied on its pitching staff more than the 2010 and 2012 San Francisco Giants...

    Jasper Scherer Written by Jasper Scherer about 2 months ago 906 reads 1 comments

  2. Top 14 in '14: San Francisco Giants

    There's no denying that the Giants have had plenty of success over the past few years, and much of that has been due to home-grown players like Buster Posey (Thank you, draft gods) Tim Lincecum, and Matt Cain...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Kevin Conti about 2 months ago 163 reads 0 comments

  3. San Francisco Giants Roster Breakdown

    ROTATION: RHP Matt Cain, LHP Madison Bumgarner, RHP Tim Lincecum, RHP Tim Hudson, RHP Ryan Vogelsong. After years of setting the organization's pace, the starting staff had a 4.37 combined ERA last season, ranking 14th in the National League...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Kevin Conti about 2 months ago 36 reads 0 comments

  4. Vogelsong Among Many Hoping to Improve

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Like most in the clubhouse, Buster Posey often stared in mock disgust at the heaping plates of greens that Hunter Pence downed after games last season, when he followed the Paleo Diet...

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  5. Will San Francisco Giants See the Buster Posey of 2012 or 2013?

    Somewhat lost in the long line of disappointments from the San Francisco Giants' 2013 season was the disappearance of catcher Buster Posey following the All-Star break...

    Jasper Scherer Written by Jasper Scherer about 2 months ago 1,383 reads 0 comments

  6. Will San Francisco Giants' Lack of Bench Depth Hurt Club in 2014?

    One of the perils of having a mediocre farm system is being set up for a lack of solid talent down the road, but the more immediate effect is the deficiency of depth that is often exposed when regular players go down...

    Jasper Scherer Written by Jasper Scherer about 2 months ago 1,000 reads 1 comments

  7. Why Tim Hudson Will Thrive as a San Francisco Giant

    Tim Hudson has been a model of consistency throughout his long career. Entering his 17th season, Hudson has never had a losing record as a starting pitcher and has exceeded 200 innings in eight different seasons...

    Ben Feder Written by Ben Feder about 2 months ago 1,604 reads 5 comments

  8. Brandon Belt, SF Giants Still Have Plenty of Time to Negotiate

    Brandon Belt's salary arbitration hearing is scheduled toward the end of the proscribed period for such hearings, which is Feb. 1-21, which means the two sides still have plenty of time to settle on a number and avoid what could be a contentious hearing..

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Scott Semmler about 2 months ago 124 reads 0 comments

  9. Giants Hope to Regain Championship Form in '14

    SAN FRANCISCO -- This is the season when the Giants break the tie, so to speak. They've maintained essentially the same nucleus of players for two years...

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  10. Tony La Russa, Former Giants Owner Bob Lurie Elected to Bay Area Hall

    Former A's manager Tony La Russa and onetime Giants owner Bob Lurie head an all-star cast of sports figures who will be inducted into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame.....

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  11. Vegas Favors Giants Over A's in 2014

    The A's were 96-66 in the 2013 regular season, tied for the third best record in all of baseball and good for a second consecutive AL West title...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Kevin Conti about 2 months ago 319 reads 0 comments

  12. Lincecum on Negotiations: 'I Couldn't Say No'

    SAN FRANCISCO -- A long line of fans waiting to see Tim Lincecum weaved around the corner and down a hallway on the suite level of AT&T Park.....

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  13. San Francisco Giants' Most Important Keys to Capturing 2014 NL West Pennant

    After a disappointing 2013 season, the San Francisco Giants look to bounce back this year and claim their third NL West pennant since 2010...

    Ben Feder Written by Ben Feder about 2 months ago 1,621 reads 0 comments

  14. Complete San Francisco Giants 2014 Spring Training Preview

    For years, the starting rotation of the San Francisco Giants has been the steady force on a highly successful ball club...

    Jason Martinez Written by Jason Martinez about 2 months ago 8,263 reads 10 comments

  15. 5 Bold Predictions for the San Francisco Giants in 2014

    With Opening Day just around the corner, the San Francisco Giants are looking to redeem themselves after a 76-86 record in 2013...

    Ben Feder Written by Ben Feder about 2 months ago 3,338 reads 7 comments

  16. Why San Francisco Giants Should Re-Sign Pablo Sandoval Immediately

    There is no denying that Pablo Sandoval has had a roller-coaster career with the San Francisco Giants . We have have seen the highs of a healthy Sandoval, who can hit ...

    Ben Feder Written by Ben Feder about 2 months ago 1,890 reads 12 comments

  17. Giants Promote Shane Turner

    The Giants announced the promotion of Shane Turner to director of player development Monday. He is entering his 19th season with the Giants and spent the past six years as the coordinator of instruction...

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  18. Cain draws Bettencourt in Pebble Beach celebrity pairings

    Phil Mickelson will begin his pursuit of a record-tying fifth title at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on Thursday alongside 2011 champion D.A. Points.....

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  19. Giants' 2014 Television Schedule; 147 Games on CSN

    Comcast SportsNet Bay Area announced on Thursday its comprehensive coverage of the San Francisco Giants for the 2014 Major League Baseball season, which will include 147 games (144 ...

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  20. Braves Lock Up Freddie Freeman for Eight Years; Giants Kind of Screwed

    month ago, we took a look at comparable players for Brandon Belt, hoping to find a match with a recent contract extension. Here were the notable players and the deals they signed.....

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Kevin Conti about 2 months ago 285 reads 0 comments

  21. Giants Position Battles: Bullpen, Utility Infielder, Fifth Outfielder

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Hope springs eternal for every team in spring training, even the Chicago Cubs . But for players on the roster bubble, or minor leaguers receiving one of those coveted big league lockers, spring training is about more than hope...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Kevin Conti about 2 months ago 336 reads 0 comments

  22. Are the 2014 San Francisco Giants Closer to 2012 Champs or 2013 Chumps?

    The San Francisco Giants have had quite the ride the past two seasons by the Bay. The 2012 campaign ended with the ultimate triumph...

    Alex Espinoza Written by Alex Espinoza about 2 months ago 6,075 reads 14 comments

  23. Odds of San Francisco Giants' Top 5 Non-Roster Invitees Making the 2014 Roster

    The San Francisco Giants have the luxury of a solid lineup and strong pitching staff. This means that there will be very few open roster spots heading into the 2014 season...

    Dan Mori Written by Dan Mori about 2 months ago 4,645 reads 2 comments

  24. Rent Barry Zito's Home for $28,500 a Month

    Free agent left-hander Barry Zito is moving on from the San Francisco Giants after seven mostly disappointing and always inconsistent seasons. He finishes his tenure with a 63-80 record and a 4...

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  25. Giants Name Former Top Prospect as Minor League Coach

    SAN FRANCISCO – Todd Linden played parts of five seasons in the big leagues, but the former supplemental first-round pick never fully realized the potential the Giants saw in him...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Scott Semmler about 2 months ago 343 reads 0 comments