According to the Dodgers, this one’s finished.
The Trey Lance era has officially begun, and the takes are flying.
Carlos Rodón has been throwing tantrums all night, but took things too far after the fifth inning.
He might not be with the Giants anymore, but Madison Bumgarner hasn’t changed a bit.
Grant Williams chose the wrong day to say something silly on a podcast.
The Warriors beat the Celtics in six games in last year’s NBA Finals.
The Giants missed out on the Shohei Ohtani sweepstakes a few years ago, but they’ve got a two-way player in their system as of Sunday.
Profar and C.J. Abrams made a brutal collision in shallow left field
There doesn’t seem to be much love lost with some of Jimmy Garoppolo’s former teammates.
It really is the story that will not die.
The Draymond Green-Kendrick Perkins beef is alive and unwell.
Camilo Doval gave up a two-run homer in his ninth inning appearance on Tuesday, one day after giving up a walk-off hit in the same inning.
It sounds like the Giants may have dodged a bullet.
Winning his fourth NBA Finals was a joyous moment for Klay Thompson, but that didn’t mean he was going to let his adversaries off the hook.
Get you friends who tell you screw yourself, but ya know, in a heartfelt, endearing way.
Stephen Curry got his fourth NBA title, and his first NBA Finals MVP.
Kendrick Perkins is really giving Charles Barkley a run as the Warriors’ biggest rival in sports media.
Monday’s Game 5 of the NBA Finals didn’t get too chippy, but there was one moment late in the fourth quarter where it looked like things might pop off.
A strange thing happened during Saturday’s Giants-Dodgers telecast on Fox Sports.
You really can’t make this stuff up.
It’s clear at this point that Draymond Green did an effective job getting under the Celtics’ skin in Game 2.