Matt Daniels, the pitching coordinator for Driveline Baseball in Seattle, is joining the San Francisco Giants as an analyst to aid in the training of the team's pitchers.
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Derek Holland, who made 30 starts with the Giants last season, re-signed with San Francisco on a one-year deal, the team announced.
Giants left-hander Will Smith reached agreement Friday on a $4,225,000 contract with the San Francisco Giants to avoid salary arbitration.
With longtime naming-rights partner AT&T ending its deal, the San Francisco Giants have struck an agreement that renamed their waterfront ballpark Oracle Park on Thursday.
Bryce Harper and Manny Machado aren't the only big names still searching for the right fit. We examine who is available and their most likely landing spots.
The Giants have acquired switch-hitting infielder and outfielder Breyvic Valera from the Baltimore Orioles for cash, adding another former Dodgers player Saturday who new San Francisco president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi had in Los Angeles.
Halfway through the offseason, we look at which teams have gained ground, which have fallen back and what moves could be made to shift things further.
Two-way star Shohei Ohtani became an MLB sensation this season. But a century from now, will his debut be the most profound and lasting legacy of 2018?
The Raiders have expressed "initial interest" in playing their 2019 home games in San Francisco's AT&T Park, but owner Mark Davis said "all options are open."
Switch-pitcher Pat Venditte has agreed to a one-year contract with the San Francisco Giants.
William Weinbaum ESPN
As winter begins 12/21, Baseball-Reference.com shows only A.L. pitcher George Winter (Bos 1901-08 & Det ‘08) had that last name. 3 MLBers were named "Winters": Clarence (Bosox 1924), Jesse (Giants 1919-20 & Phils ‘21-23) & Matt (KC 1989).
Susan Slusser from the San Francisco Chronicle talks to Buster Olney about the latest news and notes coming out of the Giants' offseason.
New Giants President of Baseball Ops Farhan Zaidi talks to Buster Olney about his transition to San Francisco, relationships in LA, plans for the future & more.
Every team left Las Vegas with unfinished business. We have some suggestions on where they should go from here.
Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer
Giants manager Bruce Bochy sounds optimistic about the progress of catcher Buster Posey after his hip surgery. Says "he'll be ready to go" in spring training and should be able to swing with more authority because of improved ability to "fire with his hips." Posey will again split time between first base and behind the plate, though Bochy says the exact division remains to be seen.
Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer
The Giants are evolving under new GM Farhan Zaidi, but this doesn't feel like an all-out rebuild. Not yet anyway. Asked what direction Zaidi is trying to take his team, manager Bruce Bochy said, "He's trying to get us more athletic, more versatile, and he's trying to give me more options."
With the winter meetings upcoming in Harper's hometown of Las Vegas, we look at the free-agent outfielder's quest for baseball's biggest contract.
Offseason surgery on his right hip could limit Giants catcher Buster Posey early in the season, but Giants president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi said Monday that Posey will return to 100 percent with time.
Henry Schulman from The San Francisco Chronicle talks to Buster Olney about the Giants' expected activity at this week's Winter Meetings.
The winter meetings are underway in Bryce Harper's hometown of Las Vegas, where we're tracking all of the latest Bryce buzz all week long.
With every team looking to make moves in Las Vegas, here's a forecast of big trades and signings for each.
A swap of 2016 World Series stars? Madison Bumgarner in Dodger blue? We play Let's Make A Deal, Las Vegas-style with moves we'd make if we were calling the shots at the winter meetings.
While some clubs will spend big money in Vegas, others are watching for when they can sign key players without busting their budgets.
Some front offices have more work to do after deals while others are still plotting their first offseason strike. Here are eight areas that must be addressed by teams with playoff hopes.
Between free agents and potential trades, the premium pitchers teams might pursue this offseason offer big benefits -- and a few risks.