san francisco giants

1.23.19

Make Your Hall of Fame Ballots Public, You Cowards

There's an anonymous bloc of writers who vote overwhelmingly against Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds.

11.1.18

Willie McCovey Was *The* San Francisco Giant

The Hall of Famer and San Francisco Giants legend passed away Wednesday afternoon at the age of 80.

8.15.18

Nick Hundley, You Unbelievable Baby

The Giants catcher got salty because Yasiel Puig was upset with himself, so the San Francisco and Los Angeles Dodgers benches cleared.

8.10.18

The Best of MLB's Players Weekend Nicknames

Among the best nicknames: Harrison Bader "Tots," Joey "Pico de" Gallo, Shane "Not Justin" Bieber, and Brad Boxberger's will blow you away.

6.21.18

Dumb Pitchers Punching Shit and Getting Injured: A Selected History

San Francisco Giants reliever Hunter Strickland will miss six to eight weeks with a broken hand after he punched a door. This type of stuff happens more than you think.

12.19.17

Ricky Romero Is Determined to Make an Improbable Comeback to the Majors

The former All-Star, who has struggled both physically and mentally, hasn't pitched in the big leagues since 2013, but refuses to quit.

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6.8.17

MLB Auctioning Jersey Hunter Strickland Wore When He Punched Bryce Harper

The current bid is a whopping $1,500.00.

4.21.17

Madison Bumgarner Out Six To Eight Weeks Following Dirt Bike Accident

This will go over well, I'm sure.

4.11.17

Diamondbacks Pay Ode to Little League Baseball in Touching Three-Run Flub Sequence

Giants pitcher Matt Moore hit a ball that traveled 45 feet, slowly. With some help from the Little League re-enactors on Arizona, it turned into three runs.

10.12.16

Cubs Pull Off Ninth-Inning Comeback to Beat Giants for NLCS Berth

The Cubs beat the Giants in a dramatic ninth-inning comeback to head to the National League Championship Series.

10.11.16

Madison Bumgarner Looks Human and Somehow the Giants Still Win

The Giants are a pretty weird team, winning in pretty weird ways.

10.7.16

Knowing, Not-Knowing, October, And Letting Go: David Roth's Weak In Review

Baseball spends a great deal of time and effort trying to figure itself out, which is one of its charms. And then, in October, it's something else entirely.

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