SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Even the hits the San Francisco Giants are getting right now are coming at all the wrong times. Hunter Pence matched his career-high with five hits and drove in a run in […]
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Bronson Arroyo’s latest impressive performance at AT&T Park brought back memories of his Game 2 win in the playoffs last fall. Arroyo tossed a seven-hitter for his sixth career shutout, beating Tim […]
CINCINNATI (AP) Things had gotten so bad for Cincinnati’s offense that the Reds couldn’t even remember the last time anything amounted to a rally. Finally, they got a reference point. Todd Frazier homered and drove […]
(AP) — While the Oakland Athletics have stumbled of late, manager Bob Melvin is hoping a much-needed day off will help them regroup. The Athletics try to avoid losing three straight for the first time […]
Devin Mesoraco is an x-factor who could provide extra value to a team that’s already one of the best in the big leagues.
Dusty Baker’s contract is up in Cincinnati and the 63-year-old again failed to get the Reds out of the first round despite winning the first two games at San Francisco, putting the Sacramento native’s future with the team in doubt.
Ahmad Brooks of the 49ers talked about the feeling around the team’s facilities heading into this week’s matchup against the defending Super Bowl Champion New York Giants after the Giants eliminate the Niners in overtime […]
Against all odds, the San Francisco Giants beat the Cincinnati Reds to advance to the NLCS. When asked what got them to this point, the answer is always the same: playing for the guy beside them.
The San Francisco Giants have not been a challenge to the Cincinnati Reds in the NLDS. Can they come back from being down 0-2? They send 35-year-old Ryan Vogelsong to the mound to lead the charge.
A wild weekend in Northern California is capped off with the baseball team’s down 0-2 and the 49ers had a big win. Today on “Leading Off:” 1. The 49ers cruised to a 45-3 victory over […]
If the San Francisco Giants want to get past the NLDS, the offense and pitching can’t have a repeat performance of Game 2.
With Cain on the mound and the opponent’s starter out after one batter, the San Francisco Giants were still unable to squeak out a win.