One of the elder franchises in baseball, the Giants have played great baseball in New York and in San Francisco. World Series champs in New York in 1905, 1921, 1922, 1933 and 1954, the team has yet to win a World Series in San Francisco. Featuring such amazing players as Christy Matthewson, Mel Ott, Willie Mays and Barry Bonds, the Giants have called some of the very best their own.
Giants look to end every-other-year championship trend
The San Francisco Giants lost Pablo Sandoval to big money and the Boston Red Sox. They missed out paying big money to left-hander Jon Lester, who instead signed with the Chicago Cubs. While the reigning World Series champions are ready to shed that every-other-year title trend, plenty of people wonder whether general manager Brian Sabean and his staff did enough during the offseason to stay near ...San Francisco Giants' Matt Cain admits to some soreness after starts
Giants starter Matt Cain, who had elbow surgery last August, looks completely healthy on the mound this spring but admits to having some soreness.Longtime SF Giants beat writer Nick Peters dies at 75
Nick Peters, a former Spink Award winner who covered the San Francisco Giants for 47 years and loved to mentor young writers, has died. Both the Giants and Peters' former employer, the Sacramento Bee, announced that he died Monday at his Northern California home after a long illness. From Hall of Famers Willie Mays to Willie McCovey, Juan Marichal and Orlando Cepeda, to more modern stars such as ...Vikings selling personalized bricks for placement near new stadium
The San Francisco Giants franchise is one of several that have used a bricks program to raise money. This paver is among a long line outside AT&T Park. Credit: Paul Walsh, Star TribuneForbes Lists Giants Fans Among Best In Baseball; Team Doubles In Value To $2 Billion
A report rating the best fans in Major League Baseball has found the San Francisco Giants, fresh off their third World Series title in five years, tied for fifth in the league, while the Oakland A's fans did not make the top ten.Giants' Panik unfazed by tepid spring
San Francisco Giants second baseman Joe Panik is hitting just .174 this spring, but he remains as established as any other starting position player on the roster.Bumgarner goes 6, Pujols homers in Angels' win over Giants
(AP) ? Madison Bumgarner allowed only one hit, an Albert Pujols home run, over six innings, but the Los Angeles Angels rallied Sunday for a 3-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants. Matt Duffy and Justin Maxwell each had a homer against Angels' starter C.J. Wilson, who allowed three hits over 4 1/3 innings, walked four and struck out two. C.J. Cron doubled home a run and Efren Navarro hit an ...Giants Look To End Trend: 4 Things To Know For 2015
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The San Francisco Giants lost Pablo Sandoval to big money and the Boston Red Sox. They missed out paying big money to left-hander Jon Lester, who instead signed with the Chicago Cubs. While the [?]Colorado Rockies? Eddie Butler strong in Rockies? win over San Francisco Giants
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. ? Troy Tulowitzki hit his third home run of the spring, Eddie Butler threw five effective innings in an audition for a rotation spot, and the Colorado Rockies beat the San Francisco Giants 5-2 on Wednesday.Giants starter Tim Hudson retired 10 in a row before Corey Dickerson?s single. Tulowitzki followed by...Giants notebook: Closer Santiago Casilla has seen dreams come true
Deeply religious San Francisco Giants pitcher Santiago Casilla says God speaks to him in dreams, and at times the closer's predictions have proved prophetic.
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The Giants were first known as the New York Gothans in 1883 and 1884 before assuming the Giant name.
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