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The San Jose Giants erupted for six runs in the ninth inning Tuesday night, but it wasn't nearly enough as host Bakersfield rolled to a 11-6 victory. Giants starter Tom Vessella allowed five runs (four earned) and eight hits in 42/3 innings.
Noting that the team hasn't held back high-quality players in the past -- when they were ready -- Sabean said Giants management doesn't want to rush Brown. "In Brown's case, yes, is he a speed factor and is he going to be an above-average
Schlough will oversee business strategy and all operational aspects of the San Jose Giants, including sales, marketing and sponsorships. He replaces outgoing president Jim Weyermann, who joined the Golden State Warriors basketball team in late June
Alex Burg kept his power streak alive with two more home runs, and San Jose never trailed in salvaging a four-game series split at The Epicenter on Monday night. Burg homered for the third consecutive game, hitting a two-run shot to cap a 3-run fifth
Alex Burg homered for the second time in two days to bolster San Jose's comeback bid, but the Giants ultimately were unable to overcome a huge early deficit on Sunday at The Epicenter. It was the second straight tough road loss for the Giants, who
Tuesday by a 1997 Toyota Camry as she was attempting to cross East Capitol Expressway just south of Cunningham Avenue, according to police...The driver of the Camry, a 19-year-old woman, cooperated with officers and showed no initial signs of
Juan Ciriaco scored the only run on an error as the San Jose Giants edged Stockton at Municipal Stadium.
Foothill at Cal State East Bay, 6 p.m. Wednesday Minor league baseball: Stockton Ports at San Jose Giants, 7 p.m...College men's soccer: Holy Names at Cal State East Bay, 7 p.m. Thursday Minor league baseball: Stockton Ports at San Jose Giants, 7 p.m.
Jarrett Parker's RBI single with two outs capped a three-run bottom of the ninth in San Jose's comeback win on Sunday at Municipal Stadium. Luke Anders' leadoff single sparked the rally, which was boosted by two Mavericks fielding errors.
San Jose out-hit the Mavericks 8-5 and had at least one runner on base in every inning but the second, but the Giants couldn't capitalize on Saturday night at Municipal Stadium and were shut out for just the fifth time this season. The tone was set