4/17/2015 | De La Rosa seeks continued support vs. Giants
The D-backs and Giants continue their four-game series Saturday night at AT&T Park with Arizona's Rubby De La Rosa matching up against San Francisco's Chris Heston. De La Rosa faced the Giants in the second game of the season and got the win despite allowing six runs in 5 1/3 innings.
4/17/2015 | Giants don't plan changes to pitching staff
Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Friday he will stick with a 13-man pitching staff through the foreseeable future, including Monday's scheduled off-day.
4/17/2015 | Recovering fan Stow throws San Jose Giants first pitch
Bryan Stow, the noted Giants fan who's continuing his recovery from a brutal beating at Dodger Stadium four years ago, threw a ceremonial first pitch before Class A Advanced San Jose's home opener Thursday against Bakersfield.
4/17/2015 | Ishikawa reports no setbacks with back injury
Giants first baseman/outfielder Travis Ishikawa said his strained lower back, which forced him onto the disabled list, has improved considerably.
4/17/2015 | Change the locks: Lincecum gets dramatic haircut
Since getting a haircut is an unusual experience for Tim Lincecum, he opted to make it a truly memorable event by drastically changing his look. Lincecum returned to the short-haired style he sported during his first two years in the Major Leagues and at the start of the 2013 season, with something of a twist. The sides of his head are shaved considerably.
4/17/2015 | 'They kept fighting': Giants' offense shows life in tough loss
The defending World Series champions equaled their longest losing streak since 2010 and, by falling to 3-8, matched their worst 11-game record since the franchise moved to San Francisco in 1958.
4/17/2015 | Hill lifts D-backs in 12th, and Giants lose seventh straight
Aaron Hill drove in a pair of runs in the 12th inning as the D-backs held off a late rally by the Giants, who fell to their seventh straight loss.
4/16/2015 | McGehee sidelined for fifth straight game with strained knee
The Giants' expectations of returning Casey McGehee to the starting lineup evaporated during a pregame workout Thursday, when the third baseman didn't respond physically as well as the club had hoped.
4/16/2015 | Through Amalfitano's eyes, history has unfolded
Joe Amalfitano is a star witness to baseball history. He didn't just see some of the game's most enduring moments in person. He experienced them from what amounted to a front-row seat -- or even better, in most cases.
4/16/2015 | Giants know how to rebound from tough stretches
These Giants have had their struggles before. It's just that stumbles along the way are more obvious when they come at the start of the season before they can be hidden in a season's worth of work.
4/16/2015 | Duffy's first career homer a bright spot in loss
Giants infielder Matt Duffy said he wasn't truly relaxed at the plate until his fourth and final at-bat Wednesday night against Colorado at AT&T Park, when he sent Boone Logan's fastball over the left-field fence for his first career home run.
4/16/2015 | Arenado's big blast off Lincecum carries Rox to sweep of Giants
A night after showing his two-time Rawlings Gold Glove prowess with a stunning catch, Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado showed he can hit as well, hitting a three-run blast in the first inning to lead Colorado to a sweep of the Giants.
4/15/2015 | 'Pressing' Giants again give Hudson no support
Tim Hudson is still waiting to get his first run of support this season and his first win after allowing just three runs over 13 1/3 innings in two starts. He gave up three over seven innings Tuesday night in a 4-1 loss to the Colorado Rockies at AT&T Park, San Francisco's fifth straight defeat.
4/15/2015 | MLB head of youth sports Reagins discusses game's future
Tony Reagins has spent decades in the game of baseball, and he's worked in everything from marketing to baseball operations. Reagins, formerly the general manager of the Angels, has taken on a new assignment with Major League Baseball as the senior vice president of youth programs, and he took some time Tuesday to discuss his plans for the future.
4/14/2015 | Rockies' strong pitching, defense sink Giants
The Rockies got to Giants starter Tim Hudson early, with eight hits in the first four innings, and used an all-hands pitching effort to win, 4-1, at AT&T Park on Wednesday night.
4/14/2015 | Rockies sluggers look to solve Lincecum
The Giants and Rockies will play the finale of their three-game series Wednesday night at AT&T Park on Jackie Robinson Day. Giants right-hander Tim Lincecum will face Rockies left-hander Tyler Matzek.
4/14/2015 | McGehee impatient, but making progress with injury
Slow and easy has been the plan for Giants third baseman Casey McGehee as he recovers from a bone bruise on his left knee. McGehee said he's making progress and has had no setbacks, but his patience is being tested.
4/13/2015 | Giants reflect on remarkable run of success
A week into the season, and the Giants finally got a chance to come home, allow their fans to be a part of the celebration of having won a third World Series championship in a five-year span last October.
4/13/2015 | Lots of traffic, but Giants get nowhere vs. Rockies
Instead of cursing their luck, the Giants praised Colorado starter Eddie Butler's skill. There wasn't much else the defending World Series champions could do after their 2-0 loss Monday to the Rockies.
4/13/2015 | Heston's start a bright spot in Giants' loss
Chris Heston's seven-inning effort Monday was one of the few redeeming elements for the Giants in their 2-0 loss to the Colorado Rockies. The second rookie to start a San Francisco home opener, Heston more closely resembled a veteran as he yielded two runs (one earned) in seven innings.
4/13/2015 | Rockies get just enough to spoil Giants' home opener
Troy Tulowitzki singled home the only earned run Giants starter Chris Heston allowed in seven innings, and that was enough to make a winner out of Eddie Butler. The Rockies' starter stranded 10 runners over the first four innings in San Francisco's AT&T Park opener.
4/13/2015 | Giants' Hudson faces Rockies seeking home success
After going 5-5 with a 3.94 ERA in San Francisco last season, Tim Hudson starts Tuesday night against the Rockies and righty Christian Bergman -- who seems to like pitching at AT&T Park and facing the Giants.
4/13/2015 | Bumgarner's ride highlights Giants' flag raising
Perpetuating his image as a rawhide-tough rancher who happens to throw baseballs wickedly, Giants left-hander Madison Bumgarner clambered atop a San Francisco Mounted Police horse to relay the 2014 World Series championship banner to a collection of teammates as the Giants celebrated their home opener..
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