Giants lose to Braves 8-0

Someone, somewhere along the way, said, “you can’t win ’em all.” And in a 162 game MLB baseball season, this statement will be accurate 100% of the time. The Giants lost 8-0 to Atlanta last night, ending their current five game winning streak, as they dropped out of first place, back to ½ game behind … Continue reading Giants lose to Braves 8-0

Belt HR, Heston dominance powers G-men to victory in home opener

The Giants’ returned to AT&T Park last night riding a three-game winning streak, sporting an 11-2 record over their previous 13 games. And yes, the surge continues. Locked in a tortuous pitcher’s duel through 6 ½ innings, Brandon Belt ignited the Giants with a towering home run to left-center field  with one out in the … Continue reading Belt HR, Heston dominance powers G-men to victory in home opener

G-men beat up Milwaukee with seven-run sixth inning, win 8-4

After scoring a total of just five runs in the previous two games in Colorado (both losses), the Giants’ offense reawakened yesterday in the sixth inning, exploding for seven runs in winning the series opener against the Brewers at Miller Park. Prior to the two losses in Colorado, the Giants’ offense had scored 71 runs … Continue reading G-men beat up Milwaukee with seven-run sixth inning, win 8-4

BREAKING NEWS: Giants DFA Travis Ishikawa

This morning, the San Francisco Giants designated 2014 post-season hero, Travis Ishikawa, for assignment. Ishi had  finished his rehab assignment Saturday after spending nearly two months rehabbing a back strain. The term “designated for assignment” (DFA) is a contractual term used in Major League Baseball. A player who is designated for assignment is immediately removed … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS: Giants DFA Travis Ishikawa