Tag Archives: San Francisco Giants

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 7/10/12 — Giants’ All-Stars

    Stat Line Of The Night — 7/10/12 — Giants’ All-Stars

    Whichever team ends up representing the National League in this year’s World Series will probably want to thank the San Francisco Giants.  After all, it was the solid performance from three of the Giants’ all-star representatives that helped the National League earn the 8-0 victory during last night’s midsummer classic, thus earning the NL World […]

  • Crazy Fight Between Giants’ And A’s Fans (Video)

    Crazy Fight Between Giants’ And A’s Fans (Video)

    More awesome behavior from the world of baseball, this time completely removed from actual gameplay. It’s a fight between two groups of opposing baseball fans, but the video makes it look more like a poorly choreographed professional wrestling match. According to whoever uploaded the video, this is what went down: “A’s fan touches/pours beer on […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 6/13/12 — Matt Cain

    Stat Line Of The Night — 6/13/12 — Matt Cain

    When the first pitch was thrown to kick off last night’s slate of Major League Baseball games, there was a total of 21 perfect games thrown in league history.  By the time Matt Cain had thrown the final pitch to close out the San Francisco Giants’ 10-0 victory over the Houston Astros, there were 22. […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 6/3/12 — Barry Zito

    Stat Line Of The Night — 6/3/12 — Barry Zito

    Since joining the San Francisco Giants in 2007, pitcher Barry Zito has had difficulties putting together a successful season on the mound.  Not only has he failed to keep his ERA under 4.00 in each of his five seasons in a Giants uniform, but he has also been unable to put together a record above […]

  • Giants Fan Gets Smacked In The Face By Rogue Napkin (Video)

    Giants Fan Gets Smacked In The Face By Rogue Napkin (Video)

    At ballparks across America fans are warned to “be aware of objects leaving the field of play.”  Typically, those signs are referring to bats and balls that make their way into the stands, but on a windy day in San Francisco, that warning sign should have also included napkins, as an unsuspecting fan was smacked […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 4/9/12 — Barry Zito

    Stat Line Of The Night — 4/9/12 — Barry Zito

    The first complete game shutout of the 2012 MLB season has been pitched, and it may surprise some to hear who the pitcher that produced it was. Entering last night’s game against the Colorado Rockies, San Francosco Giants lefty Barry Zito hadn’t recorded a shutout in nine years, but he put an end to that […]

  • Brian Wilson’s Beard Breaks Bats (Video)

    Brian Wilson’s Beard Breaks Bats (Video)

    We were all warned to “fear the beard” as San Francisco Giants closer Brian Wilson displayed the power behind that thick batch of black hair growing from his neck during the Giants’ run to the World Series title last season.  During last night’s game against the Chicago Cubs, he put the power of the beard […]

  • This Is Just Awkward (Video)

    This Is Just Awkward (Video)

    Meet Kyle. Kyle, who has his very own YouTube channel, is apparently the king of the awkward interview.  I’m not quite sure if he is actually trying to be awkward, or if he simply can’t help himself.  Whatever the case may be, he has certainly used his mumbling voice and strange demeanor to build quite […]

  • Brian Wilson Attends The ESPYs In A Spandex Tuxedo (Pic)

    Brian Wilson Attends The ESPYs In A Spandex Tuxedo (Pic)

    No one knows how to make a grand entrance quite like a Major League Baseball reliever.  On Tuesday night it was Paderes reliever Heath Bell getting the fans at Chase Field on their feet with a sprint-and-slide entrance at this year’s All-Star Game.  Last night is was Brian Wilson’s turn, as the Giants reliever made […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 7/6/11 — Nate Schierholtz

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 7/6/11 — Nate Schierholtz

    After losing the first two games of their four-game series against the San Diego Padres, the San Francisco Giants were in danger of being swept by their division rivals.  Despite trailing late in the game, they were able to avoid that fate, thanks to some extra-inning heroics from Nate Schierholtz. The Giants right fielder entered […]