After Padres reliever Carlos Fisher loaded the bases in the ninth, first baseman Jae-gyun Hwang hit a walk-off single to give the Giants an 8-7 victory over the Padres in a Cactus League game Saturday at Scottsdale Stadium.
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Having revived his offensive skill, Michael Morse affirmed Saturday that he will attempt to overcome his left hamstring injury and resume his climb back to the Major Leagues.
The Giants sent right-hander Johnny Cueto to the Minor League complex Saturday to face a band of D-backs farmhands.
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Brandon Belt's three-run homer keyed a five-run Giants third inning -- a frame in which Rockies starting pitcher Jon Gray left the game with soreness in his left big toe -- during San Francisco's 6-5 Cactus League victory on Friday at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.
The Giants will lose left-hander Will Smith for the entire 2017 season due to the reliever's decision to undergo Tommy John surgery on his ailing throwing elbow.
Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford gained attention and acclaim during the World Baseball Classic in the best way possible. He played his usual game.
If you're a baseball fan, I'm about to make you jealous. I can't tell you how many times I threatened to pinch myself through the years after walking into the Giants' clubhouse in either Scottsdale, Ariz., for Spring Training or during the regular season in San Francisco and seeing Major League royalty across the way. The two Willies, both Mays and McCovey. Gaylord Perry. Juan Marichal. Orlando Cepeda. Now Barry Bonds is back.
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.
Giants third baseman Eduardo Nunez was in good spirits Thursday after returning from San Francisco where he had two cortisone shots. Nunez's recurring shoulder soreness flared up earlier in the week, and he flew to San Francisco on Tuesday for an MRI and an anticipated cortisone shot.
Huey Lewis coaches Giants in Spring Training game
The Mariners blanked the Giants for six innings Thursday, riding a masterful pitching performance behind their ace, Felix Hernandez. The Giants could muster only one hit through the first six innings as Seattle went on to a 9-2 triumph.
The Giants got one step closer to a final roster Thursday when the club granted Gordon Beckham's request to be released from his Minor League contract.
Denard Span and Jae-gyun Hwang each hit a two-run home run, Hwang's a go-ahead shot during a three-run seventh inning, and the Giants beat the Brewers, 6-4, on Wednesday at Maryvale Baseball Park.
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Barry Bonds has much to share with baseball: His place in a great family lineage. His pride in the city and team he represented for 15 years. His own stature as a hitter and the vast knowledge behind it.
Brandon Crawford had a bit of atoning to do as he sprinted home with the game-winning run in Team USA's 2-1 win against Japan in the World Baseball Classic semifinals on Tuesday night.
Nick Hundley, whose hitting skills the Giants coveted, belted a pair of home runs and lifted San Francisco to a 4-2 Cactus League victory Tuesday over the San Diego Padres.
It was a strange sight Tuesday, the kind of sight the exhibition schedule tends to specialize in: Madison Bumgarner left a start after just two innings.
Reynaldo Lopez matched Johnny Cueto pitch for pitch during the Giants' 3-2 victory over the White Sox on Monday afternoon at Camelback Ranch.
Matt Cain and Ty Blach have remained comrades more than challengers as they jointly pursue the Giants' fifth-starter's role. Their friendly rivalry is heavy on the friendliness and light on the rivalry. Their competition drives them but doesn't consume them.
Giants right-hander Johnny Cueto showed the World Baseball Classic what it was missing Monday by displaying close to his top form in a five-inning effort against the White Sox in San Francisco's 3-2 Cactus League victory.
Milwaukee right-hander Zach Davies maintained a perfect game through four innings Sunday as the Brewers downed the San Francisco Giants, 6-4, in a Cactus League exhibition.
The Giants announced Sunday that infielder Christian Arroyo and right-hander Tyler Beede were reassigned to Minor League camp. Both left their mark before departing.
Consider Matt Moore among the Giants who probably wish they could start the regular season immediately.
The men who can hasten Kelby Tomlinson's big league career development are the same ones in position to block his progress.
The Mariners rallied for a 6-5 victory over the Giants on Saturday afternoon at Peoria Stadium on a day more defined by the stinginess of San Francisco starter Matt Moore and some opportunistic offense by both teams.
Matt Cain looked easy to hit on Friday yet he was relatively difficult to score upon, and he maintained his candidacy for the No. 5 starting spot, allowing three runs on nine hits in 4 2/3 innings as Colorado prevailed, 5-1, over San Francisco.
Harrison Musgrave sustained his hopes of joining the Rockies' rotation by limiting the Giants to one hit in three innings, and Colorado prevailed, 5-1.
Jordan Watson, a pitcher in the D-backs' organization, wishes there were Play Ball events like the one here on Friday morning when he was a kid. Watson had a hardscrabble life growing up in Oklahoma City, Okla., and baseball was his refuge.
Madison Bumgarner's pitching line dazzled everybody except himself.
Displaying the durability that made him a postseason hero, left-hander Madison Bumgarner surrendered one hit in six innings on Wednesday for the Giants, who responded to a late Angels rally and rode a pair of RBIs from Michael Morse to a 7-4 win at Scottsdale Stadium.
The impact of the Giants' "Core Four" of relievers hasn't ebbed. George Kontos is perpetuating their legacy. With the retirements of Jeremy Affeldt and Javier Lopez and the departures of Santiago Casilla and Sergio Romo, Kontos has become the dean of San Francisco's bullpen.
The Giants aren't yet certain what to do with Albert Suarez. However, they seem to sense that keeping him on the pitching staff would be a fine idea. Manager Bruce Bochy mentioned multiple roles that might suit Suarez: spot starting, middle relief and, of course, long relief, which he handled last year as a rookie.
Eduardo Nunez is experiencing a recurrence of the right shoulder soreness that has limited the third baseman's activity for much of Spring Training.
Barry Bonds made his seemingly inevitable return to the Giants on Tuesday, when the organization announced that it had hired baseball's all-time home run leader as a special advisor to club president and chief executive officer Larry Baer.