Brian Wilson threw live batting practice to Buster Posey and Freddy Sanchez on Wednesday in Arizona. "Today went exactly how I thought it would go."
When Bruce Bochy saw a scout from the Los Angeles Angels taking notes while the club was conducting infield drills, he channeled his inner Jim Harbaugh and called upon security.
The only unimpressive aspect of Barry Zito's first spring outing was the radar gun readings. But if you take it from Bruce Bochy, Eli Whiteside and Zito himself, even those might be misleading.
Hitting two home runs against his new new team's arch nemesis gave Melky Cabrera cause to smile Tuesday, but you might not know it from his postgame interview.
Dan Runzler tore his lat muscle in the final regular-season game last year, and thought he may have re-aggravated it in a recent bullpen. However, he received good news over the weekend.
Buster Posey tested his left ankle by running bases on a back field Tuesday morning, and it was clear he felt good about the results. But does he feel he's ready to play in a game?
Gary Brown is expected to patrol center field at AT&T Park for years to come. "But its too long a season not to have fun. So I like to laugh out there." More: Gary Brown 2011 San Jose Giants stats
Bruce Bochy acknowledged that Buster Posey still has some major mental hurdles to clear, and running the actual bases is one of them. More: Posey could DH Friday Baggarly archive
Veteran first baseman Aubrey Huff went deep against the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday night, a sign that his bat and his mental state are improving after the constant struggles he faced last season.
A spray-tanned Matt Cain took the mound in Arizona for his Cactus League debut and looked sharp, despite millions of dollars hanging in the balance as his agents and the Giants work on a contract extension.
While Buster Posey is once again absent from the Giants' lineup for Monday's game, he is making progress by sliding for the first time since May 25 and could see Cactus League action at the end of the week.
Madison Bumgarner continued his sharp spring by striking out four and didn't walk a batter in 2 23 innings. He may wind up as the Giants' No. 2 starter when the season begins.
Angel Pagan has the tough task of setting the table for the Giants' lineup and filling the void in the clubhouse left behind by the energetic Andres Torres. Two games into his Giants career, he seems to be doing just fine.
A day after the Giants evacuated Scottsdale Stadium because of a gas leak, their game against the Diamondbacks at Salt River Fields was delayed for 41 minutes because of a bee swarm.
Brian Wilson continued to look strong in his slow and cautious buildup from a strained right elbow. He faced hitters Sunday morning for the first time this spring, and appeared to throw crisp and hard during his session.