Credit: Steven Robles – SF Giants Rumors

Brandon Crawford Belongs In The #2 Spot In The Lineup

  The San Francisco Giants are about to wrap up their opening series in Arizona, and so far, three different players have started the game batting second: Brandon Belt, Hunter Pence and Gregor Blanco. We … Continue Reading →


SF Giants Rumors: Mark Teahen Released, No Pablo Sandoval Extension In Place, Marco Scutaro Opening Day

  The San Francisco Giants have released infielder/outfielder Mark Teahen. When Teahen was signed, he wasn’t given an invite to Spring Training and wasn’t expected to compete for a spot … Continue Reading →


Why Hunter Pence is worth $90 million

  Last September the San Francisco Giants extended their right fielder Hunter Pence for five years and $90 million.  At first glance it seems like a fairly large overpay and … Continue Reading →


SF Giants Rumors: Michael Morse Power, Pablo Sandoval Contract, Hunter Pence Contract, Etc

The baseball season is finally back, at least from a Spring Training standpoint. Yesterday, the San Francisco Giants took the field against Josh Reddick and the Oakland Athletics.   I’m sure you’re wondering why Reddick’s … Continue Reading →


More Nuggets From San Francisco Giants Media Day

As promised, there are more nuggets below that I was able to gather Friday at San Francisco Giants media day.   Starting pitcher Ryan Vogelsong is glad to be back with the Giants, and … Continue Reading →


2014 San Francisco Giants Media Day

​ This is the day that that always seems to get me in baseball mode. Today was the first chance for the media to see the San Francisco Giants players … Continue Reading →


21st Annual KNBR Giants FanFest

Do you have any plans Saturday February 1st? If not, come to AT&T Park and hang out with your favorite San Francisco Giants player! The 21st Annual KNBR Giants FanFest is this Saturday from 10:00AM – … Continue Reading →


Should the Giants Trade or Extend Brandon Belt?

  In 2013, Brandon Belt was 14th in the National League in OPS. That’s higher than Carlos Beltran. Higher than Jay Bruce. Higher than Justin Upton, Yadier Molina, and Adrian … Continue Reading →


The Giants’ Season Was A Disaster Because…

  If only the answer was simple. In a team sport, success and failure can almost never be attributed to a single event or player’s performance. Usually, it is a … Continue Reading →


Checklist For The Giants Offseason

  After sweeping the Detroit Tigers in the 2012 Fall Classic, the San Francisco Giants were expected to be a force in the National League. After going 76-86 and finishing in a third place … Continue Reading →