The San Francisco Giants have tried to upgrade their roster over the past two offseasons. They have come close. Aaron Judge may have been a member of the organization for a few minutes before changing his mind and returning to the Yankees. Carlos Correa lasted until just before the press conference to announce his signing... Continue Reading →
One could argue that Blake Snell is the best free agent pitcher in free agency. After all, Shohei Ohtani will not pitch at all in 2024 as he recovers from Tommy John surgery. Yoshinobu Yamamoto posted video game numbers in Japan but cannot be considered a guarantee stateside. Snell, meanwhile, won his second career Cy... Continue Reading →
The San Francisco Giants need to upgrade their rotation could lead to one of the biggest wild cards in free agency. Yariel Rodriguez is looking to pursue his major league dream. He had left the Chunichi Dragons, defecting to the Dominican Republic as the Cuban looked to head stateside. The Dragons let Rodriguez go in... Continue Reading →
Alyssa Nakken has been a trailblazer during her time in the San Francisco Giants organization. Originally an intern, she moved into a hybrid role in the organization before 2020. She was then hired as an assistant coach prior to that season, becoming the first female on a major league coaching staff. Her duties with the... Continue Reading →
The San Francisco Giants have found a scapegoat for their season. Gabe Kapler was fired on Friday. Although team chairman Greg Johnson had said that both Kapler and president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi would be back in 2024, the writing was on the wall. Some of Zaidi's comments indicated that Kapler's return was not... Continue Reading →
The San Francisco Giants have locked in a key piece of their core. Logan Webb will not be going anywhere anytime soon.
The San Francisco Giants need help behind the plate going forward. They may have found a temporary answer with Gary Sanchez.
Sergio Romo wanted to retire as a member of the San Francisco Giants. They will give him that chance on March 27 against the A's.
Former San Francisco Giants outfielder Jesus Alou has reportedly passed away at 80 years old. Our thoughts go out to his friends and family.