Giants Drop Game Two to Padres, Pence to Ink Deal

Game 161 and the San Francisco Giants (75-86) dropped game two of their final series against the San Diego Padres (76-85) with a score of 9-3 on Saturday. Starting pitcher, Yusmeiro Petit (4-1, 3.56 ERA), suffered his first loss of the season as he went 3.2 innings, allowing five earned runs on seven hits, two home runs, with two strikeouts. more »

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Final Homestand Begins For Giants

Tuesday night opened the final homestand of the season for the San Francisco Giants (72-85) against rivals and 2013 NL West Champions, the Los Angeles Dodgers (91-66). It was your typical Giants vs. Dodgers game, with a low score of 2-1 and pitching duels, but in the end, the Giants were handed their 85th loss of the season. Starting pitcher, more »

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San Francisco Giants Shutout Pittsburgh Pirates 4-0 Behind Vogelsong’s Best Start of Season

The San Francisco Giants blanked the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-0 as Ryan Vogelsong delivered his strongest outing of the season. The right-hander went eight scoreless innings and allowed just two hits while striking out five. It was the second straight quality start for the 36-year-old as he improves to 3-4 with a 5.58 ERA. “He put on a show on the more »

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Pagan Desperately Missed By Giants

Can one man make a difference on a team? If you ask the San Francisco Giants (52-64), the answer is yes. They have been missing their starting center fielder, Angel Pagan, since May 25th, when he scored his final run of the season with a walk-off in the park home run against the Colorado Rockies. Since Pagan’s season ending injury, more »

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Giants Swept Away By Cubs

It’s been almost 20 years since the Chicago Cubs (48-55) have swept the San Francisco Giants (46-58) and today they did it with a 2-1 victory at AT&T Park. This series was the second time the Giants have been swept at home this season. Even with another loss under his belt, starting pitcher, Tim Lincecum (5-11, 4.61 ERA), threw seven more »

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Giants Bats Silenced, Bumgarner Goes 8 Strong

An old fashioned pitcher’s duel between two young lefties was won by neither of the deserving starters as the San Francisco Giants fell to the Chicago Cubs 1-0 Saturday night. Scoring opportunities were at a premium Saturday evening for both clubs. The Giants were held without a base runner until a fifth inning walk by outfielder Hunter Pence. When the opportunities more »

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