San Diego Padres
At the end of a long and sporadic regular season for the San Francisco Giants, Hunter Penceheld the microphone to his mouth and gave fans at AT&T Park a pep talk. The right fielder, whose […]
Eric Stults finished the season the way he wanted to, even if the San Diego Padres failed to back the left-hander with enough run support. The results were painfully familiar. Stults allowed one run and […]
If the Giants are going to make a serious run at winning a third World Series title in five years, they’ll have to do it starting on the road. That’s perfectly fine with manager Bruce […]
Hunter Pence jumped in the middle of a champagne party and started shouting an expletive-filled congratulatory speech to the playoff-bound San Francisco Giants. The clean part: “Playoffs, baby! Come get some!” Nearly 10 hours later, […]
The San Francisco Giants are reeling, having lost six of eight games, a streak in which they’ve scored only 14 runs. And yet they’re still inching toward a playoff berth, thanks to the fact there […]
The San Francisco Giants probably are looking forward to leaving Petco Park, even though their next stop is Dodger Stadium. Andrew Cashner pitched brilliantly into the ninth inning and the San Diego Padres beat San […]
Tim Hudson had another rough start, costing the San Francisco Giants ground in the playoff chase and raising some big questions considering that his next scheduled start is against Clayton Kershaw and the Los Angeles […]
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Tim Lincecum doesn’t pitch like the two-time Cy Young award winner from five years ago. He’s just beginning to get similar results. The right-hander struggled after winning the honor in 2008 and 2009, but a […]
Although it is still early July, the importance of the San Francisco Giants’ improbable win wasn’t lost on the club. Brandon Belt hit a two-run homer in the 10th inning, one inning after Michael Morse […]
Matt Cain and the San Francisco Giants couldn’t have picked a worse time to be facing the San Diego Padres. Eric Stults pitched seven strong innings to win for the first time in nearly two […]