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Unlike the Dodgers, the Giants didn't line up their three best starters to pitch this weekend. As a result, the Dodgers won't face Madison Bumgarner or Tim Hudson. They will also miss Matt Cain, who is on the disabled list with elbow inflammation. "
B Dodgers are only team with three players in top 20 of MLB jersey sales -- Kershaw (3), Puig (9), Ryu (18) Is Mike Trout or Yasiel Puig the most popular ballplayer in Southern California? Neither, at least based on jersey sales in the first half of
The respective season numbers of the two starting pitchers in tonight's game between the Giants and Reds: 10-3, 2.92 ERA and 1-6, 4.82 ERA. Looking at those, you probably wouldn't guess that one is Matt Cain -- or at least not the one on the right.
Leadoff hitter Angel Pagan was out of the Giants lineup for a second straight day because of back inflammation. Manager Bruce Bochy said Pagan had an MRI that revealed no structural damage, but his back was still stiff Tuesday, keeping him from even
Calif. -The Oakland A's bid farewell to Derek Jeter on Sunday with some nice gifts, but they saved a 10-5 win for themselves...Cautious optimism surrounded the White Sox as they entered the weekend just 31/2 games out of first place. But getting
Brandon Barnes' two-run inside-the-park homer with two outs in the top of ninth gave the Colorado Rockies their second stunning ninth-inning comeback against the Giants in two days, a 5-4 victory at AT&T Park on Saturday. The Giants appeared to have
The Tim Lincecum stat that matters most to manager Bruce Bochy is the team's record with Lincecum on the mound. For most of a cheery night at AT&T Park, the Giants looked headed for a 10th win behind Lincecum, but they melted down in the ninth inning
SF Giants Catcher Buster Posey treated more than 1,000 young players from the Giants Community Fund's Junior Giants baseball program to a Q&A session with Giants broadcaster Duane Kuiper, tickets to the Giants/Nationals game, and new baseball gloves.
It took just seven words for manager Bruce Bochy to sum up the San Francisco Giants season. "No," Bochy said after a 6-4 win over the New York Mets, "there's nothing I can complain about." In a sport where you play just about every day for six
Bartolo Colon made his major-league debut on April 4, 1997, as a 23-year-old right-hander for the Cleveland Indians. Two months later, Tim Hudson was drafted in the sixth round by the Oakland A's, for whom the right-hander made his MLB debut in June