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.
Photos: Barry Bonds' Sprawling L.A. Mansion Listed for $23.5M
Barry Bonds' mansion in L.A., first offered at $25 million, is now listed for $23.5 million. The former San Francisco Giants slugger bought it in 2002 for $8.7 million. The 17,000-sq. ft. home and 2-story guesthouse sits on a 1.85-acre lot. It has Venetian plaster walls, a 12-person theater, and 2,100-sq. ft. sports court. The 30-ft. entryway ceiling has hand-painted Trompe L'oeil murals. Team Report - SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS
Giants continue spending spree, bring back Lopez, VogelsongOffseason To-Do List: San Francisco Giants Still Have Holes to Fill
COMMENTARY | The San Francisco Giants have already taken steps to get themselves back into contention next year, but their work is far from done. The Giants seem committed to getting better over the winter, so chances are they'll address these areas of need in one way or another. Find a fifth starter: The Giants' rotation is still missing a pitcher, and finding one tops their to-do list this ...Trade Targets: San Francisco Giants Look to Upgrade in Left Field
COMMENTARY | The San Francisco Giants seem set on spending money to improve their pitching staff this winter, and less set on spending money to improve their situation in left field. They seem content/resigned on going with a platoon of Gregor Blanco and another player in 2014, even though the same strategy blew up in their faces last season. If the Giants were to address their hole in left ...San Francisco Giants call on Hicks? talents
Brandon Hicks? pursuit to return to a Major League baseball team roster received a new shot in the arm when the San Francisco Giants announced that they?ve signed the former Sam Rayburn High School baSan Francisco Giants minor leaguers involved in car crash
A Giants spokeswoman said that six members of the team were transported to the hospital. The Bay Area?s KTVU reports that the incident occurred when the van collided with a car. A police official told the AP that none of the injuries is believed to be life-threatening.Bronson Arroyo Still Makes Sense for the San Francisco Giants
COMMENTARY | The San Francisco Giants struck quickly to fix their starting rotation by signing Tim Hudson, but there's still a gaping hole there that needs to be addressed. And if the Giants are serious about contending again in 2014, they can't settle for a typical fifth starter. That's why Bronson Arroyo still makes sense for the Giants, even if it takes a three-year contract to get him. Three ...List of National League MVP award winners
(Reuters) - List of National League Most Valuable Player award winners after Andrew McCutchen of the Pittsburgh Pirates was named on Thursday as the 2013 recipient. 2013 - Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates 2012 - Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants 2011 - Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers 2010 - Joey Votto, Cincinnati Reds 2009 - Albert Pujols, St. Louis Cardinals 2008 - Albert Pujols, St. Louis ...Baseball-List of National League MVP award winners
Nov 14 (Reuters) - List of National League Most Valuable Player award winners after Andrew McCutchen of the Pittsburgh Pirates was named on Thursday as the 2013 recipient. 2013 - Andrew McCutchen, Pittsburgh Pirates 2012 - Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants 2011 - Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers 2010 - Joey Votto, Cincinnati Reds 2009 - Albert Pujols, St. Louis Cardinals 2008 - Albert Pujols, St ...Signing Tim Hudson a Perfect Example of the San Francisco Giants' M.O.
COMMENTARY | It was a classic San Francisco Giants move. On Monday, the Giants inked Tim Hudson to a two-year, $23 million contract to fill one of the holes in their starting rotation. But if you're at all familiar with how the Giants and general manager Brian Sabean operate, it's not at all surprising; And, for the Giants, it makes a ton of sense.
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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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