Barry Zito doing Barry Zito things, but the opposite.
A series finds its narrative.
The pitches Madison Bumgarner isn’t throwing, and the pitches that Cardinals batters were hitting.
A look at the origins and methods of the Giants’ and Cardinals’ success.
The league’s two best offenses face each other. Are they the league’s two best organizations, too?
One month ago, R.J. was bullish on Ryan Vogelsong, and he wasn’t alone. What about now?
Miguel Cabrera has hit a lot of home runs at home in 2012. The San Francisco Giants? Not so much.
Ben and Sam discuss how they came to know that Melky Cabrera was about to be suspended for a positive PED test before the news broke, and how they decided what to do about it.
How much did Melky Cabrera’s suspension affect San Francisco’s odds of appearing in October?
The Dodgers have spiraled out of control since late May, and with seemingly no plan for offense, it’s a three-team race in the wild West.
After completing a three-game sweep of the Nationals in D.C., the Yankees are starting to look like the real Bronx Bombers.
Gregor Blanco, Melky Cabrera, and Angel Pagan didn’t go to San Francisco with flowers in their hair, but with their early play, everything is coming up roses.
Between the weather, the Mythbusters, and Full House reruns, life’s pretty good in San Francisco. But that doesn’t mean their top prospects can’t fail like the rest of us.
The Reds might have finally found their solution in the leadoff spot.
Giants vs. Brewers, Monday, May 21st.