As part of MLBPipeline.com’s visit to all 30 Spring Training facilities this month, we will be sitting down with prospects and getting to know them a little better. At Giants camp, it was No. 4 prospect Lucius Fox.
Joe Panik went 3-for-3 and Brandon Belt was hit by a pitch in the Giants’ 3-1 Cactus League victory Thursday over the Milwaukee Brewers.
Giants reliever Ray Black has careened off the fickle path from hurt to healthy too many times in his brief career. On his current attempt, however, he just might complete the journey standing upright.
Joe Panik collected three hits, including an RBI double, and Chris Stratton pitched three hitless innings in the Giants’ 3-1 win over the Brewers on Thursday at Maryvale Baseball Park.
Appearing at shortstop for the first time during the Giants’ Cactus League season, Brandon Crawford played four innings before leaving Wednesday’s 8-6 loss to the Rockies. The National League’s reigning Gold Glove Award winner at the position handled exactly one ground ball, which Colorado’s Nolan Arenado tapped in the first inning.
The Giants are bringing Johnny Cueto along slowly this spring, considering the fact that he pitched 212 innings last season for the Reds and Royals, and then 25 more for Kansas City in the postseason. His brilliant World Series performance at Kauffman Stadium was on Oct. 28, barely a little bit more than four months […]
Throwback Thursday takes us in the time machine to March 10, 1993, when the San Francisco Giants chose Sherry Davis out of 550 fans who auditioned to be the club’s new PA announcer, making her the first woman to hold the job in Major League Baseball.
Led by Carlos Gonzalez and Gerardo Parra, who had two RBIs apiece, all but one starter in Colorado’s lineup either hit safely, drove in a run or scored at least once to lead the Rockies past the Giants, 8-6, in a Cactus League game on Thursday. The Rockies jumped on Johnny Cueto, the Giants starter […]
For George Kontos, the initial step in rarely allowing opponents to beat the Giants last year was rarely beating himself.
Jarrett Parker and Christian Arroyo homered for the San Francisco Giants, who also scored four runs after two were out with nobody on base in Tuesday night’s fifth inning to defeat the Cincinnati Reds, 16-7.
Jake Peavy says he felt the same during the Giants’ 6-5 loss to Texas on Monday as he did in his first start last Thursday. But the product on the field sure looked different.