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Backup catcher Hector Sanchez led off the 14th inning with a home run and the San Francisco Giants beat the Milwaukee Brewers 4-3 on Monday night. Buster Posey hit a three-run shot in the first, accounting for the rest of San
At another time in interleague lore, the Giants and A's had marquee names throughout their rosters, making for a lively debate over which team and which players were better. The debate, as it is, has re-emerged, if only because the Giants have
More Giants Any baseball person will agree that teams look flat and exhausted when they don't hit, no matter what else they do well. That explains the malaise that has settled over AT&T Park like the thick fog that enveloped the place Wednesday night.
Jaime Garcia matched his career high with nine strikeouts, David Freese hit a go-ahead solo home run in the seventh inning, and the St. Louis Cardinals gave manager Mike Matheny a victory against his old Giants team with a 4-1 win Wednesday night.
Obviously, Lincecum isn't "done," as I saw pop up on a few Twitter responses, and he definitely isn't "back" just because he touched 92-93 mph with his fastball...Those three strikeouts of Matt Kemp were old-school Lincecum -- good fastballs on the
With so few proven veterans on the current roster, the true leadership mantle has logically and completely passed to the Giants' pitching staff. More specifically, to the great starting rotation, partly led by Cain, the steady, steely $112.5-million
Madison Bumgarner shut down Milwaukee for seven innings and added an RBI double to win his eighth straight home start, helping the San Francisco Giants snap a four-game losing streak with a 5-2 victory over the Brewers on Saturday. <
Bumgarner hurled another gem and added an RBI double in a 5-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers, snapping the Giants' four-game losing streak. At 22 years old, Bumgarner has become the go-to guy for a team desperate for direction. He has won five starts
One was off the field when he married 25-year-old actress Amber Seyer in December, ending his long run as one of the game's most eligible bachelors. The other was when the Giants pitcher met 22-year-old prospect Hector Sanchez last summer and
At this time last season, Madison Bumgarner was winless with an ERA above six. Had some prognosticator informed the Giants left-hander he would earn his fourth win this season before the end of April, "I would've been pretty happy about it,"