San Francisco Giants Avoid Sweep, Beat Philadelphia Phillies

The San Francisco Giants beat the Philadelphia Phillies 3-1 today at AT&T Park to avoid a four-game sweep. The Phillies got on the board first, scoring their lone run in the top of the third. Roy Oswalt led off with […]

Racist Remarks Should Cost Radio Broadcaster His Job

San Francisco Giants reliever Ramon Ramirez hitting Philadephia Philliess outfielder Shane Victorino with a pitch prompted radio host and Phillies fan Tony Bruno to call Ramirez an “illegal alien” and to attack the Giants and any who spoke out against […]

San Francisco Giants, Philadelphia Phillies Officially Heated Rivals

Since their NLCS battle last year, there has been talk over whether or not the San Francisco Giants and Philadelphia Phillies constitute a true rivalry. There are those who think they do not because they play in separate divisions, but […]

Cody Ross to Hold Fundraiser for Fallen Firefighters


San Francisco Giants outfielder Cody Ross will be holding a fundraiser for two firefighters killed in a recent house fire. Firefighter paramedic Anthony Valerio and Lt. Vincent Perez of the San Francisco Fire Department lost their lives June 2. The […]

Mark DeRosa Activated, Brandon Belt Sent Back to Triple-A


The San Francisco Giants activated Mark DeRosa from the 60-day disabled list and optioned Brandon Belt back to Triple-A today. DeRosa had been out with a torn tendon in his left wrist — the same wrist he has had surgery […]

Offense Puts San Francisco Giants Back Atop NL West

The San Francisco Giants beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 8-1 to retake a one-game lead atop the National League West. The eight runs by the Giants are the most they have scored in a game at AT&T Park this season. The […]

San Francisco Giants Lose Hold on NL West Lead

The Arizona Diamondbacks beat the San Francisco Giants 6-1 to move into a tie atop the National League West. The Giants took a 1-0 lead, scoring their lone run in the bottom of the fourth. With one out, Jeff Keppinger […]

Carlos Beltran, Orlando Cabrera Make Home Debut for San Francisco Giants

The San Francisco Giants’ 5-2 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks was also the first home game played at AT&T Park for the newest Giants, Carlos Beltran and Orlando Cabrera. Beltran went 2-for-4 with a triple. He batted third and played […]

D’Backs Five-Run Sixth Drops SF Giants in Fight for Division Lead

The San Francisco Giants now hold just a one-game lead over the Diamondbacks after losing 5-2 to Arizona tonight at AT&T Park. The Giants looked to be in good shape after the first inning. Matt Cain retired all three batters […]

San Francisco Giants Set for Crucial Division Battle with Arizona Diamondbacks

The San Francisco Giants (61-47) lead the National League West by two games over the Arizona Diamondbacks (59-49), whom they will face in a three game series starting tonight at AT&T Park. This is arguably the first truly crucial series […]

Tim Lincecum Returns, Carlos Beltran Arrives, Giants Beat Phillies

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The San Francisco Giants beat the Philadelphia Phillies as Carlos Beltran joined the team and Tim Lincecum returned from a bout with food poisoning. Read about Beltran’s day here. Lincecum was supposed to start the first game of the series. […]

Carlos Beltran Makes San Francisco Giants Debut

Carlos Beltran played his first game as a member of the San Francisco Giants tonight in Philadelphia. He started in right field and batted third. Beltran went 0-for-4: groundout, strikeout, another strikeout and flyout. WATCH: Beltran grounds out in first […]