Tim Lincecum is about to twirl and deal for keeps, which means Id better hustle to get my 2012 predictions out there.
Get the Insider's sense for the Giants roster with Andrew Baggarly's quick look at each player -- his analysis of Pablo Sandoval will excite Giants fans.
The Giants and Matt Cain have reached an agreement on a 5 year extension through 2017 with a clubvesting player option for 2018.
Tim Lincecum will limit himself to fastballs, curves and split-changes when he starts the season opener. Bruce Bochy acknowledged the slider isnt so friendly on the elbow, and his ace is trying to pace himself this year.
It's not often a major league manager can call his son in from the bullpen to pitch. Bruce Bochy got that honor Sunday and his son, right-handed reliever Brett, didn't let his father down.
Sources tell Comcast SportsNet's Giants Insider that the volume of dialogue has increased between the Giants and Matt Cain's representatives as Friday's soft deadline edges near.
Barry Zito, hammered for 10 runs on 16 hits in his last two spring starts, threw from a more familiar, upright delivery during Sundays side session with pitching coach Dave Righetti, Giants manager Bruce Bochy said.
When he was eight years old, Brandon Crawford, while watching his childhood idol play shortstop for the Giants, knew what he wanted to be. Now, his idol has a message for him to always keep in mind.
The Giants have been playing a low level of baseball the past week, and Bruce Bochy has seen enough of it.
Buster Posey continues to exceed expectations this spring and it might be impacting how the Giants arrange their opening-day roster.Rewind: Is Hector Sanchez mashing his way onto roster?
Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Barry Zito would be held back to pitch in a camp game Wednesday instead of facing the As at AT&T Park.More: Zito's 'momentum' hits a wall
A couple days ago, right-hander Clay Hensley saw a group of reporters in the clubhouse and started limping to his locker. He caught our glances and a big smile broke across his face. That wasn't the case Friday.
Not only did Buster Posey play nine, arduous innings Friday night, but he looked so good that Bruce Bochy said Poseys health, ability and steady progress have exceeded expectations.
Just five days after the Chicago White Sox lit him up, the San Diego Padres took their hacks in three innings of glorified, very expensive batting practice Friday night against Barry Zito.