Johnny Cueto Out With Ear InfectionThe Giants tweeted it out Thursday morning.
Pitcher Johnny Cueto Happy To Finally Be In Giants CampEven though he just got to spring training, San Francisco pitcher Johnny Cueto says he's probably ahead of where he normally is in preparing for the season.
Cueto Wins 18th To Keep Giants In Thick Of Wild Card RaceWith three games left the Giants are one game behind the idle New York Mets and one game ahead of St. Louis.
Giants Top Dodgers 2-0 Despite Injuries To Cueto, CrawfordEduardo Nunez and Brandon Belt homered to help the San Francisco Giants overcome injuries to All-Star pitcher Johnny Cueto and shortstop Brandon Crawford.
Johnny Cueto Pitches 5-Hitter, Giants Beat Cardinals 6-2The fist-pumping pitcher tossed a five-hitter and retired his final 17 batters, and San Francisco gained ground in the playoff race with a 6-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday night.
Hill Solid, Turner Homers And Dodgers Beat Giants 1-0Rich Hill pitched six dominant innings in his first start with Los Angeles and Justin Turner hit his 24th homer. Los Angeles has a three-game lead over the Giants atop the NL West.
Jason: It's Time For The Giants To Start Playing Like ChampionsThe Giants have allowed 48 home runs in the second half and will begin play Tuesday one game behind the first place Dodgers.
5 Things: A-Rod And Teixeira Saying Goodbye, While Ichiro Makes More HistoryThe Chicago Cubs had another perfect week thanks to another ninth-inning comeback, but the big headlines in Major League Baseball last week came from the Bronx and the Rocky Mountains. Both Alex Rodriguez and Mark Teixeira said their goodbyes to the New York Yankees, albeit in different ways. Meanwhile, Ichiro Suzuki capped a Hall of Fame career with his 3,000th hit in Denver, an amazing accomplishment considering he didn't join MLB until he was 26 years old.
Franco Lifts Phillies Over Giants 5-4 In 12 InningsFranco drove home the winning run with one out in the 12th inning on a play that eventually was ruled a single to give Philadelphia a 5-4 victory over the struggling San Francisco Giants on Wednesday night.
5 Things: All-Star Home Runs To Remember And A Giant NightmareMiami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton put on the kind of power display in the All-Star Home Run Derby baseball fans only have dreamed about, while San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Johnny Cueto didn't fare so well in the actual game itself. Coming out of the All-Star break, the Marlins used Stanton's momentum to win two of three against the St. Louis Cardinals over the weekend, while the Giants fell into a funk in San Diego, losing three straights to the Padres.
Jackson Takes No-No Into 7th, Padres Win 5-3 To Sweep GiantsEdwin Jackson held San Francisco hitless until Conor Gillaspie's three-run homer with one out in the seventh inning, and the San Diego Padres held off the Giants 5-3 Sunday for their first sweep of the season.