No Giant had ever thrown a perfect game until Matt Cain took the hill on June 13, 2012. The entire team contributed, but Cain rightfully receives credit for the perfecto.
With Pablo Sandoval’s return from the DL, the Giants trim down their first base backlog, sending Brett Pill down to Fresno.
It hadn’t hurt us until Saturday’s game, but the Giants have almost no infield depth on the active roster.
Competition for a spot on the Giants roster heats up as the weather cools down in Arizona.
With the Giants’ 2011 season now long over, we can look back on the year that was. We didn’t win it all like in 2010, but there was plenty to remember. Here are some of the best, worst, and weirdest moments of 2011.
The Giants slug six homers on Sunday to win their eighth straight, offering a glimmer of hope for postseason play.
Sure, the management of prospects is hard work, but Brian Sabean doesn’t need to insult our young players while messing with their futures.
San Francisco Giants outfielder Brandon Belt, known as ‘Baby Giraffe’, is getting a tall honor.
Brandon Belt again draws the short straw and Barry Zito heads back to the DL, as newly-healthy Mark DeRosa and Jonathan Sanchez rejoin the Giants.
Brandon Belt finally feels comfortable hitting in the majors, and the timing couldn’t be better for the San Francisco Giants.