Los Angeles Dodgers
(AP) — There was a fear that Brett Anderson’s last start could have ended his season. Instead, he’ll be back on the mound six days later to take on his former team. After trading their […]
LOS ANGELES (AP) – The four home runs reliever Yusmeiro Petit gave up against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday night took some of the heat off Tim Lincecum after the two-time Cy Young winner’s earliest knockout […]
Justin Maxwell and Brandon Belt hit two-run homers and the San Francisco Giants trimmed the Dodgers’ NL West lead to a half-game with a 6-2 victory over Los Angeles on Saturday.
(AP) — The last time San Francisco and Los Angeles met, the Giants shut out the Dodgers to continue a trend in what’s been a lopsided season series. After nearly a month apart, such a […]
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – The Los Angeles Dodgers have scored three runs in Clayton Kershaw‘s three starts against the San Francisco Giants this season. They’ve scored 31 in his other six starts. Madison Bumgarner homered […]
One of the biggest question marks for the San Francisco Giants while entering the 2015 season was how the starting rotation was going to perform. Can Madison Bumgarner sustain his level of dominance with the […]
Great Moments In Baseball History: The 1974 A’s Beat Dodgers To Win Third Straight World Series Title
It doesn’t happen often: In fact, it’s only been done by two clubs in MLB history. Winning three straight World Series is an amazing task, and only the New York Yankees and the Oakland Athletics can lay claim to the achievement. The 1974 A’s were a crazy team, of course, but they proved themselves on the field … again.
There wasn’t a lot to celebrate between 1971 and 1987 for the San Francisco Giants, as the team endured a 15-season absence from the National League playoffs. One of the biggest highlights for long-suffering fans, however, was Joe Morgan’s home run in the seventh inning of Game 162 in 1982 that buried a rival’s playoff chances.
Tim Lincecum is pitching like his old carefree, confident self, and the San Francisco Giants are once again generating timely hits.
After moving to the West Coast in 1958, the Giants baseball organization wasn’t very successful. They’d lost the 1962 World Series in seven games to the New York Yankees, but it was almost a decade later before San Francisco made the playoffs again. Willie McCovey was 33, and Willie Mays was 40. So, it was a young star—Bobby Bonds—who led this Giants squad to the first National League West division title in team history.
Many current San Francisco Giants fans won’t remember the team’s first appearance in the World Series after moving from New York City, but the 1962 team was something special: Willie Mays was just one of many iconic players on this squad that took the mighty New York Yankees to the ninth inning of Game Seven before coming up just short.
It’s been a huge week in sports – Major League Baseball opened up this week, the NBA season is winding down, and even hockey is gearing toward its postseason Here is a look at some things […]