Hunter Pence isn't slowing down even though his seven-year run with the San Francisco Giants - which includes two World Series titles - is coming to an end. The 35-year-old Pence homered, doubled and drove in three runs, and rookie Chris Shaw hit a go-ahe
by: Sean Bialaszek — Fansided: Golden Gate Sports 1h
After a miserable start to his big league career, San Francisco Giants' outfielder Chris Shaw has drastically improved recently. Chris Shaw’s first few g...
by: N/A — MLB: Giants 3h
SAN DIEGO -- Twenty-nine teams had the chance to add Franmil Reyes on the cheap last December. Twenty-nine teams passed. Hard to believe, given the evolution of the hulking right fielder into a fearsome presence in the heart of the Padres' lineup. No...
by: Kenny Kelly — SB Nation: McCovey Chronicles 3h
Hunter Pence hit a dinger and a weird double. Just like the old days.
by: AP — Fox Sports 3h
Shaw's 2-run single lifts Giants over last-place Padres, 5-4
by: Henry Schulman — SF Gate 3h
SAN DIEGO - Hunter Pence, his days a Giant down to a precious few, is not ambling slowly with a walking stick in hand. He holds a bat that he is determined to wield with the youthful zeal and pop that once made him a feared hitter. The 35-year-old...
by: @usatoday — USA Today 3h
Giants rookie Chris Shaw hit a two-run single in the eighth inning and San Francisco rallied to beat San Diego 5-4, assuring that the rebuilding Padres will finish last in the NL West
by: BERNIE WILSONAssociated PRess — Press Democrat 4h
The Giants' win assures that the rebuilding Padres will finish last in the division.
by: Matt Birch — The Sports Daily: The Giants Cove 4h
It appeared as if Giants outfielder Chris Shaw was going to produce a highlight-reel play during Tuesday’s game against the Padres, and he probably would have, had a fan not intervened. The p…
by: Kerry Crowley — Mercury News 4h
Rookie outfielder Chris Shaw had a ball taken away from him Tuesday, but a bat was all he needed to help the Giants secure a series win.
by: The Associated Press — Yahoo Sports 6h
MIAMI (AP) -- Players joining the Washington Nationals from their Triple-A affiliate will have to take some redeye flights the next two seasons.
by: Bryan Murphy — SB Nation: McCovey Chronicles 7h
Derek Holland goes for his eighth win while Joey Lucchesi (LHP) goes for his ninth.