2:10 PM EDT, Thu March 23, 2017
CSN Bay Area 13 hours ago
Team USA dominates Puerto Rico to win 2017 World Baseball Classic

Team USA dominates Puerto Rico to win 2017 World Baseball Classic

Brandon Crawford, Buster Posey and the rest of Team USA are champions after taking down Puerto Rico in LA to win the 2017 World Baseball Classic.
Around the Foghorn 13 hours ago

San Francisco Giants: Posey, Crawford & Melancon Help Team USA Win WBC

Here we take a look at how San Francisco Giants players Brandon Crawford, Buster Posey and Mark Melancon helped team USA win the 2017 World Baseball Classic. It’s not going to trump the World Series rings that Posey and Crawford currently own, but helping team...
San Francisco Chronicle 7 hours ago
The best Hunter Pence signs (and sign tweets) of all time

The best Hunter Pence signs (and sign tweets) of all time

With Opening Day just around the corner, the Giants are facing a number of tough questions.
San Diego Union-Tribune 4 hours ago

Progress report: San Francisco Giants

SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS 2016 finish: 87-75 (2nd in NL West; lost NLDS, 3-1) Manager: Bruce Bochy (838-782, 11th season) In the front office: Brian Sabean, executive vice president of baseball operations (21st season) DOLLARS AND SENSE Highest-paid player: RHP Johnny Cueto ($23.5 million in 2017) Top-returning...

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CSN Bay Area 2 hours ago

Now the bullpen's veteran, Kontos picking up where Core Four left off

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. On a rainy morning early in camp, George Kontos walked through the clubhouse at Scottsdale Stadium with an oversized envelope in his hand. Often times thats bad news, the sign of a player who has been handed MRI results. For Kontos, it was a sign of his standing in the bullpen.

Game report: Jimmy Nelson solid, but Brewers fall to Giants

Jimmy Nelson turned in a solid start and Jesús Aguilar hit another home run, but it wasn't enough as the San Francisco Giants rallied to beat the Brewers, 6-4.        
San Jose Mercury News 16 hours ago
Matt Cain struggles to find himself, but perhaps he is looking for the wrong pitcher

Matt Cain struggles to find himself, but perhaps he is looking for the wrong pitcher

Matt Cain is expected to open the season as the No.5 starter, but the Giants might not have the longest leash if he continues to struggle.
San Jose Mercury News 17 hours ago
Giants notes: Sore shoulder sidelines Eduardo Nuñez again, a Tommy John alternative for Will Smith, etc.

Giants notes: Sore shoulder sidelines Eduardo Nuñez again, a Tommy John alternative for Will Smith, etc.

Third baseman Eduardo Nuñez had a cortisone injection in his right shoulder, and he can't afford another setback this spring.
San Francisco Chronicle 18 hours ago

Giants’ Nuñez joins growing injury list

After a spring without much health news, the Giants' injury wagon suddenly got crowded with the season opener less than two weeks away. When reliever Will Smith flew to San Francisco to have his sprained elbow ligament seen by a team doctor, third baseman Eduardo Nuñez went with him. Nuñez was checked as well and got a cortisone shot in his right shoulder, which has bothered him all spring. Manager Bruce Bochy said Nuñez will be off until Saturday, while Smith has another plane ride planned. Smith will go to Los Angeles to get a second opinion from Dr. Neal ElAttrache, one of the...
CSN Bay Area 19 hours ago

Giants spring training Day 38: Cain still on track for fifth starter job

MARYVALE, Ariz. After a series of questions the other day about getting extra rest between starts, Madison Bumgarner smiled and pointed at the personalized
Sacramento Bee 21 hours ago

Barry Bonds joins Giants at camp to coach minor leaguers

The black San Francisco Giants T-shirt that Barry Bonds wore was so new, the fold lines from being wrapped in plastic were easy to spot. Still, it seemed a natural …
San Jose Mercury News 23 hours ago
Q&A with Barry Bonds upon rejoining Giants: “This is what I’m supposed to be doing”

Q&A with Barry Bonds upon rejoining Giants: “This is what I’m supposed to be doing”

Barry Bonds said he felt he owed it to his late father, Bobby, to be a major league hitting coach -- and after spending a season with the Miami Marlins, he said the timing was right to rejoin the Giants as a special advisor

Barry Bonds: ‘Timing is just right’ to rejoin Giants

Barry Bonds sat in the Giants dugout at Scottsdale Stadium on Wednesday and was so relaxed it was hard to picture the contentious news conferences he held in the same spot 10 years ago, in front of 10 times more reporters and cameras. At 52, he is a coach, a teacher and an ambassador, and he likes it that way. Bonds' main responsibility with the Giants under an agreement announced Tuesday besides representing them in the community, will be teaching prospects how to hit. Bonds returns to the Giants one season after he was the Miami Marlins' hitting coach, a job he enjoyed but was not a...
CSN Bay Area Mar 22, 2017

Bonds on returning to Giants: 'This is what I'm supposed to do'

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. Barry Bonds is on Twitter and Instagram, but he said the only social media app he truly embraces is Strava, a network for running and cycling enthusiasts. You can keep track of his passion for cycling there, Bonds said, and its never hard to know where hes been or where hes headed.The Giants hope that app shows frequent rides to AT&T Park for years to come. A day after he was announced as a special advisor to CEO Larry Baer, Bonds officially joined the Giants at Scottsdale Stadium.
CSN Bay Area Mar 22, 2017

Team USA beats Japan 2-1, advances to first WBC title game

BOX SCORELOS ANGELES -- Brandon Crawford scored the tiebreaking run when Nobuhiro Matsuda bobbled Adam Jones' grounder to third in the eighth inning, and the
San Jose Mercury News Mar 22, 2017
Brandon Crawford scores winning run to send USA to WBC final

Brandon Crawford scores winning run to send USA to WBC final

Giants stars Brandon Crawford, Buster Posey and Mark Melancon played for USA in its 2-1 win over Japan to reach the World Baseball Classic final against Puerto Rico.
San Jose Mercury News Mar 21, 2017
Giants notes: Madison Bumgarner goes to the bullpen, Nick Hundley hits two homers, etc.

Giants notes: Madison Bumgarner goes to the bullpen, Nick Hundley hits two homers, etc.

Madison Bumgarner wanted to face major league hitters, but pitching coach Dave Righetti didn't want the Padres to get too many looks at the Giants' ace -- so they came up with a compromise Tuesday

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    Will Smith

    Giants notes: Sore shoulder sidelines Eduardo Nuñez again, a Tommy John alternative for Will Smith, etc.

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    Buster Posey

    Team USA dominates Puerto Rico to win 2017 World Baseball Classic

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    Johnny Cueto

    Progress report: San Francisco Giants

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    Madison Bumgarner

    Giants spring training Day 38: Cain still on track for fifth starter job

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    Brandon Crawford

    Team USA dominates Puerto Rico to win 2017 World Baseball Classic

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