Matt Cain looks to build on an encouraging start in the Giants series finale against the Braves Thursday night at SunTrust Park.
Matt Kemp’s opposite-field, two-run home run off Cory Gearrin enabled the Braves to claim a 5-3, 11-inning win over the Giants Wednesday night at SunTrust Park.
Austin Slater’s three-run homer provided the elixir to cure the Giants’ recent offensive struggles in Tuesday’s 6-3 victory over the Braves.
Will the Giants try to trade Johnny Cueto before the Deadline? What are the chances that the club signs Hunter Pence to a contract extension? Beat reporter Chris Haft answers those questions and more in the latest Inbox.
The Giants have signed first-round Draft pick Heliot Ramos and fifth-rounder Jason Bahr, a source told MLB.com’s Jonathan Mayo on Tuesday afternoon. The club has not confirmed the signings.
Julio Teheran was cruising toward his finest start of the season before Austin Slater drilled an eighth-inning, three-run homer that rewarded Matt Moore’s strong effort and allowed the Giants to snap a seven-game losing streak with a 6-3 win over the Braves Tuesday night at SunTrust Park.
Julio Teheran will be looking to win his fourth straight decision when he takes on Matt Moore and the Giants in the second game of a four-game series at SunTrust Park.
R.A. Dickey quickly distanced himself from his worst start of the season and extended the Giants’ offensive woes as he helped the Braves take another step toward evening their record with a 9-0 win Monday night at SunTrust Park.
They may have the broadest geographical separation among National League clubs, but the Giants made their first visit to SunTrust Park with more ties to the Braves than one might imagine.
Nolan Arenado completed an improbable cycle with a three-run homer off Mark Melancon in the bottom of the ninth to give the National League West-leading Rockies a 7-5 victory to complete a four-game sweep of the Giants at Coors Field.
Giants catcher Buster Posey crept closer to emerging on top of the fan balloting among National League catchers for this year’s All-Star Game, which would result in his second straight starting berth in the Midsummer Classic and his fifth spot on the NL squad overall.
Asked to evaluate his overall performance after yielding Nolan Arenado’s game-winning, three-run homer that sealed the Colorado Rockies’ 7-5 victory Sunday over the Giants, Melancon replied without hesitation. “My performance has been absolutely terrible,” he said. “Yeah. I need to be better. That’s it.”