Between weak defense, poor situational hitting, and key injuries, the Giants’ 2012 season seems to be a repeat of our disappointing 2011 season.
It hadn’t hurt us until Saturday’s game, but the Giants have almost no infield depth on the active roster.
After a shaky start to the season, the Giants are returning to form.
Buster Posey understands all the fuss over his healing left leg.
Buster Posey took another big step in his comeback just by playing at home again after an injury-shortened season last year, and the 2010 NL Rookie of the Year didn’t even need to do much in the San Francisco Giants’ 4-2 exhibition win over the Oakland Athletics on Monday night.
The San Francisco Giants are close to finalizing 2012 contracts with catcher Buster Posey, left-handed starter Madison Bumgarner and 17 others.
Buster Posey squatted into a catcher’s crouch for his first spring training bullpen session and began receiving pitches from ace Tim Lincecum, then Matt Cain.
Buster Posey is still on schedule to catch a bullpen session in Arizona before season’s end — a goal established by the San Francisco training staff after the reigning NL Rookie of the Year went down with a season-ending broken left leg in May.
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.
President Obama honors the World Champion Giants at the White House, but not all of our 2010 heroes are able to be there.
MLB Network studio host Matt Vasgersian comes on with Grant to discuss which team he believes will win the NL Central. Vasgersian also gives a mid-season breakdown of the San Francisco Giants playing without Buster […]
Aubrey Huff was so worn down he was among a handful of San Francisco Giants players to receive permission to skip the team flight to Arizona on Monday afternoon just to get a few extra hours of rest at home.