Can it be mere coincidence that Tim Lincecum is growing a mustache at the same time he's trying to reinvent himself as a command pitcher who outsmarts hitters?
There is nothing mediocre about Hector Sanchez’s body art, and there was nothing mediocre about some of the plays he made Wednesday while filling in for Brandon Belt at first base.
Marco Scutaro took on-field batting practice for the first time all spring, but the 38-year old isn't certain he will be ready for Opening Day.
The Giants made their second round of cuts Wednesday morning, trimming camp by 10 players.
Tim Hudson didn't have the best outing, statistically, but he threw over 70 pitches and ran the bases in his third outing of the spring.
After his first day on the job, Barry Bonds expressed his love of Michael Morse’s “natural strength” and Hunter Pence's permanent place in the "red zone."
With the media circus gone from Scottsdale, Barry Bonds went to work Tuesday and had many current Giants gushing over his hitting tips.
Several players chatted it up with Barry Bonds by the cage in between rounds of batting practice, including Buster Posey. They are all encouraged to pick his brain...
On the day that Barry Bonds arrived in camp, the real shine belonged to Matt Cain’s five spotless innings in a 3-2 loss to the Chicago Cubs.
Barry Bonds returned to baseball after a long absence with a gleaming smile and trimmer physique. But expressing regret was not on his agenda.
Bruce Bochy said it’s a longshot that Edwin Escobar could be considered for a long relief role on the Opening-Day roster. But he's becoming a nice insurance plan.
Jean Machi inherited a bases loaded situation in the eighth. No runs crossed the plate and the Giants beat the Dodgers 3-2.
The numbers don't look good this spring for Serio Romo. The Giants will tell you that the story extends beyond the box score, though.
Michael Morse and Hunter Pence have been inseparable this spring, that unfortunately includes spending time together in the trainers room.