Minor League Notebook | May 23

San Jose blows a 7-0 lead and drops a heartbreaker in Modesto. Connecticut gets another strong performance from a starting pitcher, but the bullpen gets slammed in grand fashion. A top pitching prospect baffles hitters once again, and still gets tagged with his first loss of the season. Fresno gets rained out in Colorado. Just Another bad-bullpen Day in the Minors!
May 24, 2007

San Jose Team Report | May 23

Apparently the patience with a slump has a limit, and that limit is about a month and a half. With top pick Emmanuel Burriss demoted in favor of hot-hitting Brian Bocock, can the Giants get back their winning ways?
May 23, 2007

San Jose Team Report | May 16

The Giants have had some hot streaks by their offensive players, but now it seems like the entire team has cooled off. Where will San Jose find some offensive support?
May 16, 2007

Interview With Jack Hiatt | Part Three

SFDugout.com concludes its three-part interview with Jack Hiatt. We talk with him about more prospects, guys who may not be as well-known, including some guys that don't have the pure stuff but have done well. We also ask how important it is to have great managers in the minors.
April 5, 2007

Giants Top 50: #18 - Michael Mooney

Mooney has long been called ‘his own worst enemy,' and has earned a reputation of being a hard critic of himself. But Mooney has little to be truly upset about; he's a talented young player with a number of tools. But can he let up long enough to make something of his potential?
January 20, 2007

2006 Giants Farm All-Stars

All-Star teams are fun to pick. So why not? Capping off a week of reviewing the seasons for each of the SF Giants farm teams, why not pick the group that did the best?
November 12, 2006

Top 50 Prospects: #23 - Michael Mooney

Michael Mooney spent the last two seasons in the rookie league, biding his time. 2005 brought him his chance at A ball, and he took full advantage of the chance.
January 12, 2006