Heliot Ramos’ professional career has only just begun. Yet the 19th overall pick in the 2017 Draft already has established that he has the highest ceiling among Giants prospects.
On Friday night at AT&T Park, the Giants will announce the winner of the Willie Mac Award, given annually to the team’s most inspirational player.
As members of the San Francisco Giants’ brain trust ponder how to improve their last-place club for 2018, they should rethink their approach to playing the San Diego Padres. San Diego has dominated the season series, winning 11 of 16 entering the teams’ season-ending, three-game set beginning Friday at AT&T Park. Rookie right-hander Chris Stratton […]
Matt Cain’s pending retirement puts an exclamation point on the end of this Giants era. Cain’s 13-year career began in 2005. He teamed in the rotation with Tim Lincecum and Madison Bumgarner to win the World Series three times. He threw to MVP catcher Buster Posey.
David Peralta’s walk scored Daniel Descalso with the game-winning run as the D-backs walked off the Giants, 4-3, on Wednesday afternoon in their regular-season home finale. Peralta’s walk capped a three-run Arizona rally off Giants closer Sam Dyson.
The jarring sight of Matt Cain wearing a Major League uniform other than one representing the San Francisco Giants will never materialize. Prompted by a variety of factors — the expiration of his contract, injury-eroded skills and a young family — Cain announced Wednesday he will retire at the end of the season, officially ending […]
Braden Shipley has settled nicely into his role in the D-backs’ bullpen in the month of September, but on Wednesday he will make his first start in nearly three months. Shipley will take the mound in a spot start as Arizona closes out a three-game set with the Giants in the regular-season home finale at […]
J.D. Martinez continued his red-hot performance in the month of September with a 3-for-4, six-RBI performance Tuesday, carrying the D-backs to an 11-4 win over the Giants at Chase Field.
Tim Federowicz explained that catching helps his hitting. Unfortunately for him, he hasn’t done much of either activity recently. Yet it wasn’t completely surprising to see Federowicz belt a two-run homer in his first at-bat after entering the Giants’ 11-4 loss to the D-backs in the bottom of the fourth.
Setting the stage for a hero’s farewell at AT&T Park, Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Monday that right-hander Matt Cain will start one of the first two games in this weekend’s season-ending series against San Diego.
Even with home-field advantage in the National League Wild Card Game already firmly secured, Arizona manager Torey Lovullo doesn’t want to take his foot off the gas. Lovullo rolled out a lineup that was heavy with September callups and reserve players Monday, but he said it will be business as usual for the D-backs until […]