LAS VEGAS - As executives settled in for the first full day of the winter meetings Monday, one thing became clear: It's a good winter to be a free-agent starting pitcher, and not just because Patrick Corbin set the market at a high number with Washington
by: John Shea — SF Gate 8 Dec
Alan Gallagher, the first native San Franciscan to play for the Giants after the team moved West and the third baseman on their 1971 National League West championship team, has died. He was 73. The Kansas City T-Bones of the independent American...
by: Henry Schulman — SF Gate 5 Dec
Former Giants pitching coach Dave Righetti is not riding into the sunset just yet. Righetti, whose contract with the club was due to expire at the end of the year, will have a place in the new baseball administration. A team source said Righetti "definite
by: Associated Press — SF Gate 4 Dec
The Mets acquired second baseman Robinson Cano and major-league saves leader Edwin Diaz from Seattle in a seven-player trade. The Mets also are getting $20 million from the rebuilding Mariners in the deal announced Monday. Seattle received outfielder Jay.
by: Henry Schulman — SF Gate 1 Dec
Hunter Strickland, a hard-throwing reliever who saved a critical postseason game in 2014 but made more news off the field, is a Giant no more, while Joe Panik, who won his only World Series ring that season, is apparently coming back. The Giants...
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by: Henry Schulman — SF Gate 30 Nov
The Giants and the San Francisco chapter of the NAACP have pledged to "explore efforts locally and nationally to promote justice and equal harmony for all," the organization said in a news release Friday, a day after its local president and a civil-rights
by: Associated Press — SF Gate 28 Nov
Major League Baseball will put in place new procedures for vetting political contributions after giving $5,000 to Cindy Hyde-Smith, a Republican senator from Mississippi, and then asking for the money back following her insensitive remarks. MLB's...
by: Henry Schulman — SF Gate 27 Nov
Giants investor Charles B. Johnson has written a letter to the campaign of U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith asking that she return a donation that he made ahead of Tuesday's runoff election in Mississippi. Johnson issued a statement through attorney Joe...
by: Associated Press — SF Gate 27 Nov
Looking to improve on their first division title in five years, the Braves agreed Monday to one-year contracts with former A's third baseman Josh Donaldson and catcher Brian McCann - two low-risk moves that give the team a chance to make another...
by: Mike Moffitt — SF Gate 26 Nov
Angry Giants fans are rallying around a call to boycott the San Francisco Giants after billionaire team co-owner Charles Johnson donated to the campaign of controversial Mississippi U.S. Senate candidate Cindy Hyde-Smith.
by: Henry Schulman — SF Gate 26 Nov
Giants President and CEO Larry Baer issued a written statement Monday on a political donation that Charles B. Johnson, one of the team's principal owners, made to the U.S. Senate campaign of Cindy Hyde-Smith. Johnson and his wife each gave $2,700 to Hyde-
by: Henry Schulman — SF Gate 23 Nov
Charles B. Johnson, the retired investment-company billionaire believed to hold one of the largest stakes in the San Francisco Giants, is attracting attention for the second time in two months over a political campaign contribution. According to a...