A lot of baseball dreams were ended.
Teams around MLB have to make a decision with their minor leaguers.
Pessimism about the return of Major League Baseball this season is at an all-time high.
Posey’s words carry a lot of weight.
The “ifs” could fill Oracle Park, but so could the Giants if baseball is played this season.
As an old sportswriter, I keep a keen eye on my ink-stained colleagues. I still love to read them. When the Murphy family hard-copy newspaper hits our driveway every morning, it’s the sound of loyalty.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced in a press conference on Thursday afternoon that professional sports will be allowed to take place within the city starting on June 15th.
Baseball players appeared likely to propose increasing the number of regular-season games this year while holding to their demand for full prorated salaries, The Associated Press reported Wednesday night.
Kapler is lending his voice to the outrage.
A number of Hall of Famers have donned the Orange and Black over the years, but Giants broadcaster Dave Flemming believes at least two have flown under the radar.
They would be taking a ton of cuts.
The state of California is mostly entering the second phase of re-opening, and Governor Gavin Newsom announced that sports teams should be able to return to the state by the first week of June.
It wasn’t his first choice.