Around The Majors: N.L. West

The N.L. West is wide open headed into 2009, writes Tyler Hissey, in the debut of a division-by-division breakdown.
December 20, 2008

San Francisco Giants Team Preview Part 1

Last season, the San Francisco Giants finished in the NL West cellar. They have lost many of their best offensive players, including some guy named Barry Bonds, and have made scant few additions to offset their losses. Just how poorly will the 2008 Giants finish?
March 15, 2008

Fresno Team Report | May 28

It's not unusual for Fresno to see a lot of player turnover, considering their position as a Triple-A team. But maybe just for once, two additions to the team may help Fresno's performance rather than take away from it.
May 28, 2007

Transaction Analysis: Ray Durham

As the arbitration deadline loomed, the Giants made a surprising move, resigning second baseman Ray Durham. The oft-injured infielder was a consistently good hitter when he was healthy, but was resigning him a good idea with a young player in the wings?
December 4, 2006

Final Offerings

Despite its decreased significance, the arbitration deadline continues to loom as one of the most important dates of the offseason. So who should the Giants offer it to? SFDugout.com chimes in with its picks.
December 1, 2006

Making Sense of the Compensation Situation

With the free agent season looming, the Giants need to review all their options. For years, signing free agents have cost the Giants top draft picks, and they have been mocked for it. This year, with 11 possible free agents, they were in a position for a windfall of picks. But with the new CBA, will they get them?
November 8, 2006

Rewind: A's at Giants, Game 2

On Friday night, the Giants lost a game they had no business losing. Their star closer, coming in off some dominating jobs closing, blew the lead and then took the loss in short order. But on Saturday, it was time for a reversal of fortune.
June 25, 2006