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Giants right fielder Hunter Pence came to camp this year with two solid goals in mind -- winning the World Series again after a two-year drought and remaining healthy for the entire season.
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Nick Hundley's presence on the Giants' roster demonstrates the lure of their reputation. Except for a half-season stint with Baltimore in 2014, Hundley has spent his entire career with two of the Giants' National League West rivals, San Diego (2008-14) and Colorado (2015-16).
Giants president and chief executive officer Larry Baer, who has remained in the club's hierarchy since 1992, has made it a point to stay responsive to what fans want.
Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Sunday that he is "leaning toward" opening the regular season with a five-man outfield contingent. That's standard operating procedure for many teams, but not always for the Giants, who frequently find themselves adding extra pitchers, not position players.
Playing to win is different from playing not to lose. Vince Coleman intends to help the Giants maintain the former approach more often in 2017. Coleman, one of the most preeminent basestealers ever, has joined the Giants as a roving Minor League baserunning and outfield coach. The Giants want him to share his baserunning expertise with the big leaguers during Spring Training.
Who do the Giants have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for San Francisco's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
Saturday's almost ceaseless rain forced the Giants to adjust their workout regimen. And with more rain expected Sunday, lack of sufficient preparation is a concern as the Giants approach Friday's Cactus League opener against the Reds.
When Eduardo Nunez sharpens his swing in the offseason, he does it in select company. That's why you can bet that Nunez, the Giants' projected starting third baseman, will have a productive season. Otherwise, his hitting partners might not welcome him back.
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A handful of Giants looked forward to Friday, when area representatives for Wilson Sporting Goods Co. visited the team's Spring Training headquarters at Scottsdale Stadium with dozens of gloves to distribute and sample.
Continuing to chant their mantra of depth and experience, the Giants signed free-agent infielder Aaron Hill to a Minor League deal with an invitation to big league spring camp, the club announced Friday.
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Jae-gyun Hwang brought three different fielder's gloves to Spring Training. The Giants are probably more interested in whether he brought his bat.
Giants catcher Buster Posey and shortstop Brandon Crawford are excited about being members of Team USA in the upcoming World Baseball Classic.
At some point between the slicing of the cake and the bride tossing the bouquet, Michael Morse and Giants general manager Bobby Evans met at Hunter Pence's November wedding and exchanged their own vows.
JImmy Rollins isn't ready to retire. He believes he still can thrive in the Major Leagues, albeit in a utility role. The 38-year-old will receive a chance to prove himself during Spring Training with the Giants.
Refocused on baseball after last October's disappointing loss, Will Smith is a leading candidate to claim a setup role.
The Giants have signed right-handed reliever David Hernandez to a Minor League contract, according to MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal.
The Giants are rearranging the bullpen more than they're revamping it.
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Matt Cain's attitude with regard to the impending competition for the Giants' fifth starter's spot is simple: Bring it on.
Giants ace Madison Bumgarner said Monday that club management has not begun talks regarding a contract extension that likely would make him the highest-paid player in franchise history.
One day after Bobby Thomson hit his memorable ninth-inning home run to lift the New York Giants past the Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1951 National League playoff finale, another historic baseball event unfolded -- albeit with a little less drama.
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With Spring Training fast approaching, MLB.com will take a look at a different aspect of this year's Giants squad each day this week. Today's topic: Spring Training is here.
Barry Bonds surprised some fans at Giants FanFest
During Saturday's Giants FanFest at AT&T Park, the team's new closer, Mark Melancon, pondered for only a second or two when asked to cite his favorite baseball moment.
Buster Posey acknowledged the significance of Statcast calculations that indicated that he's not becoming as powerless at the plate as his raw home run totals suggest.
Giants right fielder Hunter Pence expects to be ready for next week's start of Spring Training despite an apparently mild injury in his right side.
With Spring Training fast approaching, MLB.com will take a look at a different aspect of this year's Giants squad each day this week. Today's topic: The perfect season.
Buster Posey, Brandon Crawford and Johnny Cueto, who rank among the most celebrated Giants, earned another distinction on Wednesday when they were named to participate in next month's World Baseball Classic.