That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary: Why Omar Vizquel would be a great pick for Giants managerial job

By Amaury Pi Gonzalez SAN FRANCISCO — Omar Vizquel was one of the best ever defensive shortstops in major league baseball history,winning 11 Gold Gloves(second most in history to Ozzie Smith’s 13) during a 24-year career with Seattle, Cleveland, San Francisco 2005-2008,Texas, Chicago White Sox and Toronto. Vizquel ended with a solid .272 batting averageContinue reading “That’s Amaury’s News and Commentary: Why Omar Vizquel would be a great pick for Giants managerial job”

Dodgers spoil Bochy’s going away party with a 9-0 shutout win

Photo credit: @Dodgers By Jeremy Kahn SAN FRANCISCO — On what was the last game of Bruce Bochys 25-year managerial career, it was not much of a game. The Los Angeles Dodgers dropped a five spot in the first inning on their way to a 9-0 victory over the San Francisco Giants before a selloutContinue reading “Dodgers spoil Bochy’s going away party with a 9-0 shutout win”

Ryu helps out own cause in Dodgers’ 2-0 win

Photo credit: ktla.com By Jeremy Kahn SAN FRANCISCO — Hyun-Jin Ryu helped out his own cause with just one swing of the bat when it was needed the most. Ryu hit a single by Evan Longoria to score Gavin Lux form third base in the top of the fifth inning, helping the Los Angeles DodgersContinue reading “Ryu helps out own cause in Dodgers’ 2-0 win”

Giants fall victim to Dodgers in 9-2 loss

Photo credit: sfchronicle.com By Lewis Rubman Los Angeles: 9 | 9 | 2 San Francisco: 2 | 8 | 0 SAN FRANCISCO — The first order of business for the Giants this evening was the presentation of the Willie Mac Award to Kevin Pillar as the Giants player who best exemplifies the inspiration, character, andContinue reading “Giants fall victim to Dodgers in 9-2 loss”

New Gen Giants load up on the Rockies, win 8-3 in series finale

By Morris Phillips SAN FRANCISCO–Anyway you dissect it, this is a week of permanent transition for the Giants with the retirement of manager Bruce Bochy looming on Sunday. But that’s not all the change. The Giants offered an interesting lineup on Thursday for the finale of the series with the Rockies without Brandon Crawford, BrandonContinue reading “New Gen Giants load up on the Rockies, win 8-3 in series finale”

Davis Goes Deep, Extras Go Away: Giants get it done in nine this time, beat Rockies 2-1

By Morris Phillips SAN FRANCISCO — The Giants haven’t been winners at home. The Rockies have struggled on the road. And rookie Jaylin Davis hasn’t exactly tore it up since he received his well-deserved major league promotion. Something had to give. It turned out that something was the centerfield fence where Davis’ shot flew pastContinue reading “Davis Goes Deep, Extras Go Away: Giants get it done in nine this time, beat Rockies 2-1”

San Francisco Giants podcast with Michael Duca: Giants will be looking at prospects for the future and who they may deal in the offseason

Photo credit: nbcsports.com On the San Francisco Giants podcast with Michael Duca: #1 The Giants conclude their regular season at home with the Colorado Rockies and Los Angeles Dodgers. What are some of the things that manager Bruce Bochy will be looking for to close out the season? #2 It will be someone else’s teamContinue reading “San Francisco Giants podcast with Michael Duca: Giants will be looking at prospects for the future and who they may deal in the offseason”

Headline Sports podcast with London Marq: Harper, Phils call it a season, eliminated at Nats Park; Giants finish up their regular season; plus more

Photo credit: wtop.com On Headline Sports with London: #1 How ironic is it that last meeting between Bryce Harper and the Philadelphia Phillies in Washington against the Nationals turned out to be a loss that mathematically eliminated the Phillies in Washington DC? The Nats fans found that to be poetic justice. #2 The San FranciscoContinue reading “Headline Sports podcast with London Marq: Harper, Phils call it a season, eliminated at Nats Park; Giants finish up their regular season; plus more”

Blackmon, Rockies win it in the 16th with a three-run home run 8-5

photo from sfgate.com: Colorado Rockies’ Jeff Hoffman leaves a baseball game on a cart with a leg injury after being hit by a ball batted by San Francisco Giants’ Alex Dickerson during the fourth inning Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2019, in San Francisco. By Jeremy Kahn SAN FRANCISCO — Charlie Blackmon ended this long game withContinue reading “Blackmon, Rockies win it in the 16th with a three-run home run 8-5”

Bochy, and possibly Bumgarner reach the end of the line with the Giants

Photo credit: redbirdrants.com By Morris Phillips Sunday’s season finale against the Dodgers will be manager Bruce Bochy’s last game as a Giant. Will it also be Madison Bumgarner’s last game as well? The Giants are guaranteed to be interested in resigning their staff ace especially after he regained his form and health in 2019. ButContinue reading “Bochy, and possibly Bumgarner reach the end of the line with the Giants”