His 30-pitch ceiling kept him from completing an inning Saturday, but Bruce Bochy was encouraged by Brian Wilson's outing. The closer just wants to be 100 healthy for the season's start.
Tim Lincecum is doing something new this spring -- pitching to contact. The key? Confidence hurling pitches at the heart of the strike zone.
Buster Posey had a busy Saturday, batting in every inning of a minor league exhibition. All went well and the catcher is ready for more work.
First baseman Aubrey Huff was a late scratch from Saturday afternoon's lineup against the A's because of lower back tightness.
Brett Pill considered testing his skills in other fields after an unimpressive spring last season. This year, a refocused Pill is showing off his baseball versatility in a very real attempt to make the big league roster.
Angel Villalona still doesnt have his work visa to travel to the United States, and now, he doesn't have a locker with the big-league team.
Buster Posey accomplished another first Friday -- running the bases. A success, though he admitted he was cautious about which foot hit the base.
Buster Posey returns behind the plate for the Giants today against the Cubs at Ho Ho Kam Park in Mesa; plus, a look at tomorrow's lineup vs. the A's.
The Giants reassigned top prospect Gary Brown to minor league camp Friday morning. Hes expected to open the season at Double-A Richmond.
Matt Cain acknowledged that he is really torn about whether to commit long-term or test the market as a free agent after the season ends.More: Report: Contract talks stall between Cain, Giants
Freddy Sanchez disclocated his shoulder while diving for a ground ball on June 10 and had surgery in August to stabilize the capsule. Yet, he isn't near being 100 and doesn't think he will be any time soon.
He couldnt walk for three months.One surgery rebuilt his ankle, another removed the screws. This story belongs to Todd Jennings.
After missing a month with a back strain, you would expect Ryan Vogelsong to take it easy in his first bullpen session of the spring. Key word? Expect.
For the first time in 288 days, Buster Posey will compete in a baseball game. His first at bat? A date with Aroldis Chapman's 104-mph fastball.