Vizquel Makes It A Triumphant Return

Omar Vizquel reminded Indians fans what they've missed Tuesday. He didn't get a hit and still helped the San Francisco Giants to a 3-2 win in his first game in Cleveland since 2004. The 41-year-old future Hall of Famer had a suicide-squeeze bunt and made one of his usually fine defensive plays in the Giants' first game in Cleveland since they completed a four-game sweep of the 1954 World Series.
June 24, 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

Giants Report: Part 1 - Infielders

It's time to assess how each position on the Giants' roster has fared in 2007 and what could and/or should be done to improve the team for the 2008 season. First stop: the infield.
August 31, 2007

Rewind: Braves at Giants, Game 3

Some fans are quick to mention the Giants team roster's average age of 33, which is the oldest in Major League Baseball. Hardly anyone, however, points out that the San Francisco Geriatrics still have some game left in the tank.
April 8, 2006

Giants send 4 to World Baseball Classic

When Spring Training rolls around, the Giants camp will be missing some of it's biggest names.
December 5, 2005

Two Giants win Gold Gloves

The Giants signed Omar Vizquel and Mike Matheny primarily to help their defense over the middle. The Giants took some criticism for signing older players for that regard, but for at least the 2005 season, the Giants got some vindication when both of the former Gold Glove winners got the trophies again.
November 2, 2005