Giants pitchers and catchers will report to Scottsdale on Feb. 12 and the club will open the exhibition schedule Feb. 23 at home against an Angels split squad -- the earliest they've ever started Cactus League play.
The Giants and center fielder Angel Pagan agreed to terms on a four-year contract worth 40 million. The announcement is pending a physical, Giants sources say.
The Giants and Brian Wilson remain far apart, but the Angels may have provided a clue as to the type of contract the Giants would like to offer.
The Braves reportedly awarded B.J. Upton a five-year contract with 70 million guaranteed. Insider Andrew Baggarly sees it as good and bad for the Giants.
Brian Wilson is a contrarian with a taste for shock value, so you shouldn't be surprised to learn which team outside San Francisco he'd like to join.
Manager Bruce Bochy talked to Angel Pagan on Thursday, and planned to touch base with second baseman Marco Scutaro in the coming days.
Bruce Bochy knows how unique his cleanup-hitting catcher is. Now the baseball world does too and Buster Posey has the hardware to prove it.More: Buster Posey stats Ray Ratto's take Giants video
Insider Andrew Baggarly had a vote for the NL MVP Award and he cast his for the winner. Pull back the curtains and take a look at Baggs' ballot.
Now that the National League Rookie of the Year winner has been announced, Giants Insider Andrew Baggarly breaks down his own ballot and Bryce Harper's historic season.
In a move that all parties anticipated, the Giants declined a 10 million option on Aubrey Huff for 2013, instead choosing a 2 million buyout that amounts to a parting gift between the club and the first baseman.
The Giants don't plan to make qualifying offers to any of their free agents by the Friday deadline, which would leave them without a compensation pick should player like Angel Pagans move on to new teams.
Marco Scutaro, Angel Pagan and Jeremy Affeldt put their stamp on the 2012 World Series. It likely raised their value on the market, and they know it.
Ryan Theriot was forced to miss the Giants' ticker tape parade, but his teammates are well aware he showed up for them all season.More: Parade photo gallery Parade video
Matt Cain threw a perfect game, started the All-Star team, won two winner-take-all postseason series games and dealt in the World Series clincher. He's not getting complacent.