Tag: san francisco giants
The cloud of the steroid era still hangs over Giants slugger as Hall of Fame announces electees.
A surprise claim from baseball lawyers: A’s proposed relocation was officially rejected in June.
While focus is on the Giants, Major League Baseball is urged to address problem in all of its clubs.
After seven years marked mostly by disappointment and criticism, the departing pitcher offers thanks.
Appeals panel rules conviction can stand for factually true statements intended to mislead or evade.
U.S. Department of Labor probe found some workers in the Giants’ clubhouse were making far below the minimum wage.
There’s an acronym popular among baseball fans on social media, TOOTBLAN. It stands for Thrown Out On The Basepaths Like A Nincompoop — what happens when a runner misjudges the amount of time he has to scramble onto a base before the opposing team sees what he’s doing and tags him out. If Major League […]
The Bay Area is one of just four metro areas across the United States blessed with not one but two major league baseball teams (five, if you count Washington, D.C., and Baltimore as a single metro area). That means we have two teams to root for—odds are at least one of them won’t stink in […]
It’s axiomatic that the defending world champion San Francisco Giants are “built on pitching.” Their five starters – Matt Cain, Madison Bumgarner, Tim Lincecum, Barry Zito and Ryan Vogelsong – have been among the best in the major leagues over the past three years. And their relief pitchers have been equally impressive. Meanwhile, until this […]