Ben and Sam preview the Giants’ season with Ian Miller and Josh Shepardson, and Pete talks to San Jose Mercury News and Bay Area News Group Giants reporter Alex Pavlovic (at 22:26).
If you had to explain the Giants’ recent success to someone on an elevator, what would you say?
Teams that win the World Series tend to bring back most of their players, and the Giants are no exception.
A retired pitcher considers a comeback, the Rockies come closer to naming a manager, and the Dodgers are interested in every starter.
Today’s Giants-Dodgers rivalry leaves something to be desired. Maybe all it needs is nine consecutive head-to-head matchups.
The Giants were a club fit for Halloween, but their colorful costumes couldn’t obscure their competent play.
Ben and Sam discuss the start of the offseason and what the Giants’ second World Series win in three seasons says about GM Brian Sabean.
For one night, the Giants’ pitching wasn’t dominant, but it didn’t change a thing, and Detroit dropped its third in a row.
The Giants try to clinch their second championship in three years, while the Tigers hope to live to play another day.
Down 2-0 but back at home, the Tigers need a win to avoid an elimination game.
Ben and Sam discuss all the notable events from World Series Game Two, including Madison Bumgarner’s impressive outing, the line drive off of Doug Fister’s head, and Jim Leyland’s decision to play the infield back in the seventh, then assess the odds of a comeback by the Tigers.
Madison Bumgarner reprises his memorable 2010 World Series start, killing Detroit softly to take a 2-0 series lead.
A flashback to that first time Madison Bumgarner pitched well in the World Series.
Ben and Sam discuss the unpredictable outcome of World Series Game One and observe that Delmon Young is starting to look a lot like Stanley from The Office.
Barry Zito and Pablo Sandoval get the Giants off to an unexpected start.
Join the BP staff for a roundtable chat from the first pitch to the last out of Game One.