1. Welcome Back, Sergio Romo

    Do you remember what Sergio Romo was like in 2011? It was an odd year, so you drank most of it away, but there were some fun parts to that season. One of them was Romo having one of the best seasons from a reliever in Giants history...

    Erik Stordahl Written by Erik Stordahl about 14 days ago 51 reads 0 comments

  2. Leake's Lingering Injury Recalls Beltran's in 2011

    The last thing the Giants want with Mike Leake is a Carlos Beltran rerun. The cases are all too similar, and not just because both were part of deadline-beating trades that cost the Giants promising young pitchers...

    Erik Stordahl Written by Erik Stordahl about 14 days ago 44 reads 0 comments

  3. Giants Eke out a Weird, Wild Win in St. Louis

    Baseball is so important in St. Louis that they even schedule their thunderstorms to accommodate the Cardinals ' games...

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  4. Vogelsong, Bumgarner Help Giants Beat Cardinals 2-0

    Ryan Vogelsong pitched six innings of two-hit ball and ace Madison Bumgarner keyed a seventh-inning rally with his first career pinch hit, helping the San Francisco Giants beat the St...

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  5. Report: Pence (Side) Getting Checked by Team Doctors

    Not just a day off for Pence, he's getting checked by team doctors. Grabbed left side last night after final at-bat. http://t...

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  6. Thompson: Banged-Up Giants Are a Team to Be Feared

    Halfway through the most brutal month of the season, the Giants are on the heels of the Dodgers for the National League West title. As a fallback plan, they are also in decent shape for a wild-card spot...

    Erik Stordahl Written by Erik Stordahl about 15 days ago 51 reads 0 comments

  7. What SF Giants' Bumgarner did with truck he got from nervous 'Chevy Guy'

    How can anyone forgot those giddy moments after Game 7 of the 2014 World Series, when a ruffled, sweaty-palmed Chevrolet manager fumbled on national television for more than a minute ...

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  8. Pence Out of Lineup Tonight vs. Cardinals

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  9. Ranking All 4 of Madison Bumgarner's 2015 Home Runs

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  10. Sergio Romo's No-Dot Slider Revealed

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  11. Heston Gives Giants Chance, but Errors Costs SF

    ST. LOUIS -- The Giants ' recent high-octane offense screeched to a halt Monday night as Michael Wacha and two relievers allowed just six hits in a 2-1 St. Louis Cardinals victory at Busch Stadium...

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  12. Crawford Miscue Dooms Giants vs. Cardinals

    ST. LOUIS — This was always going to be the hardest road trip of the season. But just in case you had any doubts, the St. Louis Cardinals offered a reminder on the first night...

    Jefferson Powers Written by Jefferson Powers about 16 days ago 38 reads 0 comments

  13. Piscotty Scores Go-Ahead Run, Cards Beat Giants 2-1

    ST. LOUIS -- Rookie Stephen Piscotty tripled and scored the go-ahead run on Mark Reynolds' groundout in the eighth inning, and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the San Francisco Giants 2-1 on Monday night...

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  14. Best Waiver Options If Chase Utley Goes to Another Team

    Talking heads (myself included) have been Chase Utley-to- San Francisco crazy of late, and it's hard to fault us. In the waiver-trade period, a borderline Hall of Famer going to MLB 's modern-day dynasty is as blockbuster as a deal's going to get...

    Erik Stordahl Written by Erik Stordahl about 16 days ago 45 reads 0 comments

  15. Giants Activate Susac, Bumgarner Wins Another Award

    The Giants just announced they have activated catcher Andrew Susac from the disabled list, just short of a month after he spraied his thumb sliding into a base, and optioned catcher Hector Sanchez to Triple-A Sacramento...

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  16. Giants Activate Susac (Thumb) from 15-Day DL

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  17. Alex Pavlovic on Twitter

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  18. San Francisco Giants and the Matt Cain Dilemma

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  19. Video: Bumgarner Hits His 10th Career HR

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  20. Bumgarner Stellar as Giants Complete Sweep of Nationals

    They handed out tiny statues of Juan Marichal at the ballpark on Sunday, replicas of the formidable sculpture outside...

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  21. Giants Splash: What's Up with Lincecum?

    Tim Lincecum roams the Giants clubhouse wearing a look of relevance. He's done so much for the club, and he's so well-liked, he has bought himself a ton of credibility — for life...

    Drew Morita Written by Drew Morita about 17 days ago 201 reads 0 comments

  22. Madison Bumgarner, Giants Flashing October Form Right Now

    Talk all you want about odd-year curses. Point out that the San Francisco Giants are looking up at the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League West and at the Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cubs in the NL wild-card race...

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  23. Bumgarner Homers, Strikes out 14 in Shutout as Giants Sweep Nats

    Madison Bumgarner authored a three-hit shutout and hit his fourth homer of the season as the Giants completed the sweep the Nationals with a 5-0 win on Sunday...

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  24. Giants' Offense in High Gear in Win over Nats

    It felt like a different ballpark in China Basin on Saturday night, something far removed from the usual summertime fare. Maybe it was the smoky haze from those menacing fires in the distance...

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  25. Giants Beat Nationals with Offensive Outburst

    Continuing to torment Washington's formidable starting rotation, the Giants scored six third-inning runs Saturday night off Nationals left-hander Gio Gonzalez and cruised to a 12-6 triumph...

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