Giants Suffer Sixth Straight Loss

There doesn’t seem to be any answer on why the San Francisco Giants (57-50) have been struggling and no one knows the exact reason. They are in the midst of a six game losing streak, with the last five games being at home, and are desperately seeking answers. With the Los Angeles Dodgers (59-47) solely at the helm of first more »

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Should Pence be Considered for National League MVP?

Everyone loves Hunter Pence. Since being traded to San Francisco in July 2012 for Nate Schierholtz and two prospects, the right fielder has become a fan favorite. His quirky demeanor, humble attitude, and mode of transportation endeared him to Giants fans almost immediately. The fact that he can be seen riding his scooter along the Embarcadero on any given day more »

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Bumgarner, Offense Struggle as Giants Fall to Pirates

The anemic Giants offense was stifled once again, this time by Pittsburgh’s Vance Worley, as he threw a complete-game shutout to beat San Francisco 5-0. After going eight shutout innings in his last start, and enduring an hour-long rain delay, Madison Bumgarner struggled right out of the gate on Monday night. Josh Harrison walked, Jordy Mercer singled, and Andrew McCutchen more »

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Giants Acquire Jake Peavy From Red Sox

The Giants have decided to act instead of react to the growing list of player injuries that has beset them in the past week. With Matt Cain out indefinitely with an elbow injury, the Giants made a move to patch up their starting rotation. This morning, the Giants acquired right-hander Jake Peavy from the Boston Red Sox in exchange for more »

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Bumgarner Throws Eight Scoreless, Pence Provides Support In Giants’ 3-1 Win

Madison Bumgarner did everything the Giants needed to save their bullpen, and Hunter Pence made sure the starter’s effort wasn’t wasted on Wednesday evening’s 3-1 win over the Philadelphia Phillies. A 59-minute rain delay didn’t slow down the dominance of San Francisco’s ace, who held the Phillies scoreless over eight innings, allowing just five hits while striking out six and more »

Read More» Joins FanCred!

Oakland, California — officially became one of the first Bay Area news agencies to join on Wednesday afternoon with an official verified account. Fancred, founded in 2012, is the fastest growing sports social networking platform allowing fans to find and share their favorite content, photos or memories related to the sport or team of their choice and interact more »

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