SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - The Giants have a track record of drafting players that performed well in college and getting them through the system and up to San Francisco. Buster Posey (1st-round, 2008), Brandon Crawford (4th-round, 2008), Brandon Belt (5th-round,
by: Jake Mastroianni — Fansided: Around The Foghorn 3h
Looking to the 2019 season for the San Francisco Giants, we dream about what the pitching staff could look like if healthy all year. Health obviously is a ...
by: Alex Pavlovic — NBC Sports Bay Area 16h
When you look at Pablo Sandoval, you don't think 'super-utility player.' But that's the role he may be used in once again in 2019.
by: Lori A. CarterThe Press Democrat — Press Democrat 18h
The Milwaukee assistant hitting coach hopes his unique perspective from his playing days can help take his team to victory over the Dodgers in the National League Championship Series.
by: Daniel Sperry — Fansided: Around The Foghorn 23h
New York Yankees General Manager, Brian Cashman, said this week that he thinks Sonny Gray's future is not at their ballclub. The San Francisco Giants shoul...
by: Bryan Murphy — SB Nation: McCovey Chronicles 23h
Will the NLCS last four hours to make up for last night’s five-hour game? Can the Astros win without stealing signs?
by: N/A — MLB: Giants 17 Oct
An impressive collection of talent will hit the open market when free agency gets underway this offseason, and players are eligible to sign with a new team five days after the conclusion of the World Series. Here is a division-by-division breakdown of...
by: Andersen Pickard — SB Nation: MLB Daily Dish 17 Oct
We already have several managerial job openings. Here is a quick and easy guide to what is going on in those searches.
by: Sean Bialaszek — Fansided: Golden Gate Sports 17 Oct
There's no telling how this offseason will go for the San Francisco Giants, but should they decide to rebuild, they might be able to find a trade partner w...
by: Alex Pavlovic — NBC Sports Bay Area 17 Oct
In his first, and probably only, season with the Giants, Chase d'Arnaud played every position except catcher and outfield.