San Francisco Giants

Halftime w/ Jason and Nate - February 11, 2016Jason and Nate look back on a Kings win and speculate on the Raiders' future in Oakland, as well is a midpoint assessment of the Kings from Jerry Reynolds.
Belt, Giants Agree At $6.2 Million Just Before HearingFirst baseman Brandon Belt and the San Francisco Giants have agreed to a $6.2 million, one-year contract.
Giants To Add Gaylord Perry Statue To AT&T ParkWillie Mays, Orlando Cepeda, Willie McCovey and Juan Marichal: San Francisco Giants legends immortalized in metal statues set up around AT&T Park. They are the four pillars of Giants history - four great Hall of Fame talents who spent their best years in a Giants uniform.
Halftime w/ Jason and Nate - January 8, 2016Jason and Nate discuss Kobe's last game in Sacramento, which resulted in a Kings win; plus, a preview of the upcoming weekend of NFL Playoff football.
LA Dodgers Sign Lefty Scott Kazmir To 3-Year Deal Left-hander Scott Kazmir agreed to a three-year, $48 million contract on Wednesday with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Giants Have Best Odds To Win 2016 World SeriesThanks to making a big splash in the free agency, the San Francisco Giants now have the best chance of winning next year's World Series with 6/1 odds according to Bovada.lv.
Giants Agree To 6-Year Contract With Pitcher Johnny CuetoThe San Francisco Giants' upgraded rotation is taking shape, with the 2014 World Series champions agreeing Monday with Johnny Cueto on a $130 million, six-year contract.
Sports Figures Land On List Of Bay Area's Top Water UsersA number of professional athletes and sports executives in the San Francisco Bay Area are being fined for using too much water amid California's historic drought.
Jeff Samardzija Agrees To $90 Million, 5-Year Deal With GiantsThe San Francisco Giants landed a top-tier starter to complement ace Madison Bumgarner, agreeing with free agent Jeff Samardzija on a $90 million, five-year contract Saturday a day after losing out on Zack Greinke.
Marlins Hire Bonds As Hitting CoachThe Miami Marlins announced on Friday that the team's new hitting coach will be former Pittsburgh Pirates and San Francisco Giants left fielder Barry Bonds.
San Francisco Giants Part Ways With Pitcher Yusmeiro Petit, Catcher Hector SanchezPetit set a major league record during 2014 by retiring 46 consecutive batters over eight appearances, six in relief, from July 22 to Aug. 28.
AP Source: Bonds In Talks To Become Marlins Hitting CoachBarry Bonds might soon be tutoring Giancarlo Stanton, slugger to slugger. Bonds is talking with the Miami Marlins about working for them as a hitting coach, a person familiar with the discussions said Monday.

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