San Francisco Giants

Justin Merrlles - Dec 14, 2022

As Jeff Passan of ESPN reported, Carlos Correa has signed a massive contract with the San Francisco Giants. The Giants signed the all-star infielder for 13 years and $350 million. The deal marks the 4th-largest guarantee in MLB history behind Mike Trout ($426.5 million), Mookie Betts ($365 million), and Aaron Judge ($360 million). Correa, 28, […]


Ninth Inning Tough
Evan Thompson - Oct 5, 2022

Why the Ninth Inning Is So Tough Although some front offices and analytics departments insist otherwise, the final three outs of a game are often the hardest to get. “There’s a big difference between the 23rd out and the 27th out,” retired pitcher Bruce Hurst said in the episode “#8: 1986 ALCS Game Five” of […]

Barry Bonds 756

Barry Bonds hit the 756th home run of his career fifteen years ago today to break Hank Aaron’s record. Like it or not, Bonds remains the all-time home runs leader. Bonds played 22 seasons for the Pittsburgh Pirates and San Francisco Giants. He had a .298 batting average, 2,935 hits, 762 home runs, 1,996 RBI […]

Diamondbacks Giants
Evan Thompson - Jul 28, 2022

Diamondbacks 5, Giants 3 PHOENIX, Jul 27 — A drag bunt by Diamondbacks designated hitter Jake McCarthy opened the gates to a three-run bottom of the seventh, leading the Arizona Diamondbacks to a 5–3 victory over the San Francisco Giants Wednesday afternoon. The win gave the Diamondbacks a three-game series sweep over the Giants. This […]

Diamondbacks Giants
Evan Thompson - Jul 27, 2022

Diamondbacks 7, Giants 3 PHOENIX, Jul. 26 — The Arizona Diamondbacks took advantage of nearly every base runner they had, leaving only three of the ten on base as they defeated the San Francisco Giants, 7–3, Tuesday night at Chase Field. The Diamondbacks struck first, doing so in the bottom of the second off Carlos […]

MLB Milestone Tracker

The MLB milestone tracker for the 2022 season is filled with great achievements. Last year, Max Scherzer got 3,000 strikeouts, whereas Miguel Cabrera hit the 500th home run of his career. Baseball fans have a full season to see what milestones will be broken or achieved. There are always more career achievements to keep an […]

Carlos Rodon
Benjamin Sabin - Jul 11, 2022

The San Francisco Giants‘ lone All-Star selection, Joc Pederson, is a well-deserving representative of the orange and black. He is the first Giants outfielder to win the fan vote since Melky Cabrera way back in 2012. You remember 2012, right? That was when the Giants had only one World Series victory in San Francisco. Two […]

Giants Diamondbacks
Evan Thompson - Jul 7, 2022

Giants 7, Diamondbacks 5 PHOENIX, July 6 — Riding a two-run game-tying pinch-homer in the top of the eighth by Darin Ruf and a three-run ninth, capped by a two-run double by Austin Slater, the San Francisco Giants rallied from a 4–0 deficit to defeat the Arizona Diamondbacks, 7–5, Wednesday evening. The victory allowed the […]

Giants and D-backs
Benjamin Sabin - Jul 5, 2022

Father and daughter woke up early and loaded their packs with snacks, field guides, sunblock, and water. They took care to lock the door behind them as they went down to the creek for a Fourth of July hike. Mom had to work. The morning was pleasant: overcast, high 60’s, with a soft breeze. A […]

Diamondbacks Giants
Evan Thompson - Jul 4, 2022

Diamondbacks 8, Giants 3 PHOENIX, July 4 — Two stolen bases, two Giants throwing errors, a score from first on a double, and a first-to-third on a sacrifice bunt paced the Arizona Diamondbacks to an 8–3 Independence Day victory over the San Francisco Giants Monday afternoon. Center fielder/right fielder Daulton Varsho went 3-for-4 with three […]

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Benjamin Sabin - Jun 23, 2022

We all know that you shouldn’t spook the horse. If you don’t know this then you’ve probably never had the pleasure of listening to Neil Young and Crazy Horse. And if you’ve never had the pleasure, then pick up a turntable, some decent speakers, and a copy of “Rust Never Sleeps” by Young and the […]

Caleb Begley - Jun 3, 2022

Rogers Hornsby has one of the most intriguing statistical anomalies in the game of baseball. Although he hit over .400 three times, he does not have 3,000 hits as he has 2,930. The two-time MVP could be considered the greatest pure hitter not to eclipse the mark. He had some incredible seasons. In 1922, while […]

Benjamin Sabin - May 4, 2022

Beauty comes in many forms. In this case, it came in the form of a Luis Gonzalez two-out ninth-inning bunt down the third baseline. Listen: It was the top of the ninth and the San Francisco Giants were down 3-1 to their mortal enemy the Los Angeles Dodgers. Sometimes closer and bird impersonator Craig Kimbrel […]

Benjamin Sabin - Apr 27, 2022

We must tip our cap to the ever-present late-innings seagulls at Oracle Park.  These gregarious feathered friends can be found whether it is a day or night game. Typically they are just beyond the outfield fence doing their best to resemble a tempest, which can be described as a feather-fueled tornado. Regardless of their storm-like […]

Benjamin Sabin - Mar 16, 2022

Joc Pederson, after eight seasons in the major leagues, is finally headed home. The Palo Alto native has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal for $6 million with the San Francisco Giants. This comes after Kris Bryant signed with the Colorado Rockies for a seven-year, $182 million contract. The Pederson signing will not only make […]

Caleb Begley - Mar 16, 2022

Free-agent outfielder Eddie Rosario has signed a new deal with the Atlanta Braves. #Braves Sign OF Eddie Rosario: pic.twitter.com/2JoKTeMcLU — Atlanta Braves (@Braves) March 16, 2022 The deal is good for two years and $18 million, with no buyout. There is an option attached for a potential third season. Rosario will also be donating 1% […]



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Lewis Masella - Mar 16, 2022

Wisconsin is best known as America’s Dairyland, but it also has a rich sports culture. Although winter sports such as football and hockey are generally more popular, the Badger State owns its fair share of baseball history. The Milwaukee Braves brought the state its first World Series title in 1957. The Braves’ stint in Milwaukee […]

Jeremy Breland - Mar 16, 2022

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Tony Fernandez
Justin Merrlles - Mar 16, 2022

The Toronto Blue Jays have been a significant part of baseball since 1977. The Blue Jays have stories that include iconic playoff moments from Joe Carter in 1993 to Jose Bautista in 2015. Not to mention two World Series titles and nine playoff appearances. But, there’s more to it than just that- former Blue Jays […]

Rockies 2023 Success
Brandon Willman - Mar 16, 2022

The Colorado Rockies will not be competitive in 2023. The team won’t be close to winning the NL West division, nor will they even have a chance of a playoff berth. Betting odds do not have the team going to the playoffs or even playing .500 baseball. According to Vegas Insider, the Rockies have an […]

Ken Griffey Jr. For Babe Ruth
Benjamin Sabin - Mar 16, 2022

How does this sound for the ultimate trade: Ken Griffey Jr. for Babe Ruth? Never happen right? Ken Griffey Jr. was born on November 21, 1969, and Babe Ruth died on August 16, 1948, so there’s that. Also, Ruth played in his last big league game on May 30, 1935, and Griffey played in his […]

Justin Merrlles - Mar 16, 2022

The Montreal Expos were an important part of Major League Baseball’s history. As the first Canadian franchise and first team in a French-speaking area, it brought in new fans. All-time greats like Randy Johnson, Vladimir Guerrero, Pete Rose, and Andre Dawson played for them. Even players such as Russell Martin and Eric Gagne may not […]

Caleb Begley - Mar 16, 2022

The state of Washington is known for many things. Beautiful mountain scenery, the Space Needle, and one of the most consistently top-rated college basketball programs in the nation. That said, we are not here to divulge which Gonzaga player is best, or which of the many Seattle-based coffeehouses serves the best cup of joe. No, […]

Ranger Suarez, key member of the Phillies' optimal rotation

After taking a trip down the lineup card, we now turn our attention to what would make up the Phillies’ optimal rotation. Entering the 2023 season with a perennial Cy Young contender, one of the most underrated pitchers in baseball, and a pitcher that had his breakout season in 2022, just how should they be […]