The Giants’ aggressive offseason objective of bolstering a power-starved lineup took another significant step on Monday, as San Francisco acquired longtime Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen and cash considerations from Pittsburgh.
The Giants avoided arbitration with all five of their eligible players, agreeing to one-year deals with second baseman Joe Panik and relievers Hunter Strickland, Sam Dyson, Cory Gearrin and Will Smith.
Evan Longoria spoke publicly Friday for the first time since the day he was traded, reflecting on his ambitions with the Giants.
As the Giants’ top pitching prospect, Tyler Beede wasn’t expecting to become trade bait this offseason. Fortunately for him, he could focus on the vows he ultimately exchanged with his fiancee, Allie, on Nov. 26.
The term “legend” fits Willie McCovey as easily as the Giants cap that rests almost perpetually atop his regal head.
Two closers are theoretically better than one, though the Giants would prefer to define the role as a solo act this year.
Evan Longoria has been preparing to play for his first new team in a decade-long career, and he’s just about ready to go.
A look back at the efforts of the Giants’ starting rotation last year enables them to look forward to this season.
Despite the relative lack of player movement throughout the Major Leagues, the Giants have launched the transition process that they hope will lead them toward resurgence.
The Giants Inbox answers questions about Will Smith’s bullpen role, the difficulty of developing outfield prospects, whether the team should rebuild and more.
The Giants and Pirates have had recent contact regarding a trade that would send Andrew McCutchen to San Francisco, a source told MLB.com, although a deal is not imminent and multiple barriers remain.