5:52 PM EST, Thu February 27, 2020
Golden Gate Sports 36 mins ago

San Francisco Giants: Seth Corry is the team’s most unheralded prospect

The San Francisco Giants have a few notable prospects receiving nationwide recognition. But left-handed pitcher Seth Corry continues to be overlooked. The San Francisco Giants have done an exceptional job of rebuilding what was previously a barren farm system. But one prospect who continues to be overlooked in favor of others is pitcher Seth Corry. […] San Francisco Giants: Seth Corry is the team’s most unheralded prospect - Golden Gate Sports - Golden Gate Sports - A Bay Area Sports Site
The Mercury News 5 hours ago
Giants mailbag: Will Jaylin Davis play more than Hunter Pence, who hits leadoff, will the team lose 100?

Giants mailbag: Will Jaylin Davis play more than Hunter Pence, who hits leadoff, will the team lose 100?

Our biggest mailbag of the spring dives into the competition for playing time in the outfield, the uncertainty in the rotation and which prospects fans should be following closely this year.
The Mercury News 7 hours ago
Bay Area brothers to reunite on baseball field, play same position in Giants-Mariners game

Bay Area brothers to reunite on baseball field, play same position in Giants-Mariners game

What the brothers have done on the field is incredible in its own right. What they've done off of it has the power to change lives.
The Mercury News 23 hours ago
Five things we learned in the Giants’ tie with the Brewers: Samardzija on trade talks, Dubón in center and clutch performers

Five things we learned in the Giants’ tie with the Brewers: Samardzija on trade talks, Dubón in center and clutch performers

After his start on Wednesday, Jeff Samardzija explained how he'll deal with trade rumors in the final year of his contract with the Giants.
Brew Crew Ball 23 hours ago
Brewers come back in the ninth to tie Giants, 3-3

Brewers come back in the ninth to tie Giants, 3-3

Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports Mario Feliciano and Lucas Erceg get big hits late for the Brew Crew The San Francisco Giants looked as if they were going to have their way with the Milwaukee Brewers this afternoon. Instead things got interesting late as Milwaukee pulled even in the top of the ninth. The Giants scored early off of Brewers’ starter Josh Lindblom in the bottom of the first. Brandon Crawford led off the first with a single to left field. Evan Longoria immediately followed with a doubled, scoring Crawford. The Giants added a run in the third inning. Replacing Lindblom, Eric...