SF Giants Rumors: Free Agency Has Begun, Latest On Vogelsong, Etc.

Today the free agent market has officially begun. Players are now free to explore all of their options and see which teams are drooling over them, or see if any … Continue Reading →

SF Giants Rumors: Zito, Torres, Vogelsong, Cabrera, Johnson, Hudson and Arroyo!

Over the weekend the San Francisco Giants officially declined the options for Barry Zito and Andres Torres. This makes them officially free agents. By declining Zito’s option, the Giants now must pay him a $7 million buyout. Talk … Continue Reading →

San Francisco Giants: Free Agency

  Not much went right for the San Francisco Giants who managed to get their first losing season since 2008 when they finished 72-90. The 2013 Giants entered their tailspin in June … Continue Reading →

SF Giants Blogs Around The Web: How The Giants Can Start Winning Again, Was Barry Zito’s Contract Worth It, Etc.

Check out the links below for the must read articles about your favorite team around the web!   How the San Francisco Giants can start winning again, now and in the future … Continue Reading →

SF Giants Rumors: What We’ve Learned This Week In Giants Land

We learned a few things this week; the San Francisco Giants placed Tim Lincecum, Hunter Pence and Javier Lopez on waivers, and all three of them were claimed. Don’t panic Giants fans, this doesn’t mean they’ll be … Continue Reading →

SF Giants Rumors: Torres, Kickham, Peguero, Noonan, Zito, Cain, Sandoval and Pence

Yesterday Andres Torres was placed on the DL with a left Achilles strain, and pitcher Mike Kickham was sent back down to the Fresno Grizzlies. The counter moves were bringing up outfielder Francisco Peguero and infielder Nick Noonan. … Continue Reading →

​Scutaro ​G​ets day ​O​ff, Bochy ​H​appy ​W​ith ​S​wings of Belt, Kieschnick

The “Marco Scutaro batting leadoff” experiment might have come to a quick end.   Scutaro is 0-for-9 in two games since Bruce Bochy took the San Francisco Giants leadoff production … Continue Reading →

San Francisco Giants: To Trade Or Not To Trade

The recent series loss to the Reds makes the San Francisco Giants playoff prospects pretty clear:  not terribly likely.  Given this disappointing situation, one might feel trading their marketable soon-to-be … Continue Reading →

Down on the Farm: Roger Kieschnick

A curse and a blessing. That’s what earning the fabled “Five-Tool Player” label gets you in baseball. It’s a blessing because that means you have the 5 “tools” that scouts … Continue Reading →

SF Giants Rumors: Throwback Lincecum, Torres Gets Big, Romo Save, MVPosey, Etc.

If you missed last night’s San Francisco Giants game, it felt like a throwback Tim Lincecum night. Lincecum was on his A-game. He allowed a bomb early on in the … Continue Reading →