Giants News

  • Peavy stung by Dodgers' eventful fifth inning

    Jake Peavy was saddled with the loss in his Giant debut on Sunday night, thanks in large part to two Dan Uggla errors and a bizarre series of plays in the fifth inning that helped the Dodgers complete their three-game weekend sweep of the Giants, 4-3.

  • Crick remains atop Giants' updated Top 20 list

    With the passing of the Draft signing deadline, teams have had a recent influx of talent into their farm systems, and with that, MLBPipeline.com has updated the Top 20 Prospects lists of all 30 teams.

  • Giants should be active before, after Deadline

    Even after completing two deals to bolster the Giants' roster, general manager Brian Sabean remains open for business as Thursday's non-waiver Trade Deadline approaches.

  • Pagan could start rehab assignment soon

    Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Sunday that Angel Pagan's condition has improved and he's close to beginning a rehab assignment.

  • Bumgarner leads Giants in series opener against Pirates

    The Giants take on the visiting Pirates in the series opener on Monday, with San Francisco's Madison Bumgarner taking on Pittsburgh's Vance Worley.

  • Sarah's Take: Peavy should give Giants boost

    Injuries are a part of baseball, but it seems that the Giants have had more than their share. They should be applauded for how they have handled them. Acquiring Jake Peavy should strengthen the starting rotation. This will make the race in the NL West more interesting.

  • Peavy rejoins Bochy in SF, to start today

    Intent on bolstering their starting rotation, the Giants have acquired right-hander Jake Peavy from the Boston Red Sox for a pair of prospects. The Giants receive cash considerations as part of the deal. Peavy will start tonight against the Dodgers.

  • Vogelsong, Giants overmatched by Kershaw

    Ryan Vogelsong and the Giants were no match for Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw, who twirled a two-hit shutout to leapfrog the Giants in the National League West standings on Saturday night.

  • Cain's lingering pain casts uncertainty on return

    Part of the reason the Giants were eager to complete Saturday's trade for Jake Peavy was the news that the elbow inflammation that landed Matt Cain on the 15-day disabled list earlier this week hasn't improved, and when he'll return -- if he returns -- is up in the air.

  • Giants send down Kontos to clear spot for Peavy

    George Kontos was sent back to Triple-A Fresno after Saturday night's game as the Giants made room for newly acquired right-hander Jake Peavy's debut on Sunday.

  • Giants call touted Susac as Sanchez hits DL

    Catcher Andrew Susac, ranked by MLB.com as the Giants' No. 3 prospect, was called up Saturday to fill in for Hector Sanchez, who was placed on the seven-day concussion disabled list.

  • Giants' injuries open door for Uggla's debut

    Injuries to infielders Ehire Adrianza and Marco Scutaro forced the Giants to call up Dan Uggla after only a two-game tuneup at Triple-A.

  • Giants catcher Sanchez out with concussion

    Giants catcher Hector Sanchez left the team's 8-1 loss to the Dodgers on Friday night after taking a foul ball to the mask in the third inning. The ensuing tests discovered a mild concussion, manager Bruce Bochy said after the game.

  • Lincecum loses grip on Puig, Dodgers

    The Giants surrendered five triples (three to Yasiel Puig) en route to an 8-1 loss to the Dodgers, who slashed San Francisco's lead in the National League West to a half-game on Friday night at AT&T Park.

  • Giants place Adrianza, Scutaro on DL

    Second basemen Ehire Adrianza (right hamstring strain) and Marco Scutaro (lower back strain) were each placed on the 15-day disabled list on Friday. In their place, infielders Tony Abreu and Dan Uggla were called up from Triple-A Fresno.

  • Justice: Tight LA-SF race is good for baseball

    Baseball is better when the Dodgers and Giants are both good. They remain two of the sport's cornerstone franchises, both playing to packed houses, both occupying large places in the hearts and minds of their local citizens.

  • Giants stumble behind Hudson in Philly finale

    Tim Hudson worked six solid innings and allowed zero earned runs, but Ehire Adrianza's RBI single was all of the offense for the Giants in a 2-1 loss to the Phillies on Thursday.