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    Rangers rough up Giants, Bumgarner

    Ace gives up two home runs in 6-3 loss at Texas 
    Mike Leake to make Giants debut Sunday against Texas Rangers
    Tim Hudson placed back on the disabled list to make room for the newly-acquired San Francisco Giants right-hander. 

    Former Giants pitcher Billy Pierce dies at 88
    Former Giants pitcher Billy Pierce, a seven-time All-Star who played in two World Series, including the 1962 Series with San Francisco, has died at the age of 88 

    Giants trade for pitcher Leake
    The Giants acquire Mike Leake from Cincinnati for minor leaguers Adam Duvall and Keury Mella 

    Kawakami: Giants might make monster deal
    The Giants are trying to get into every trade conversation they can, working to make a deal -- maybe a monster deal -- that improves the Giants just enough to get back into October to go for their fourth World Series title in six years. 

    Peavy, Pence lead Giants past Milwaukee
    Jake Peavy throws six shutout innings and Hunter Pence breaks up scoreless tie as San Francisco Giants return to winning with 5-0 whitewash of Milwaukee Brewers. 

    Brewers beat Giants 5-2
    Giants general manager Bobby Evans could be stepping up his time on the phone searching for a starting pitcher on Wednesday, if he didn't start in the middle of Tuesday night's sobering 5-2 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers at AT&T Park. 

    Giants hot streak at glance
    How Giants have won 12 of 13 games entering Tuesday 

    Giants designate Arias for assignment
    Move creates roster space for Aoki, who is activated from the disabled list 

    Streaking Giants beat Brewers
    Crawford homers as Giants make it six straight and 12 of 13 

    Giants-Brewers pitching matchups
    Probable pitchers for three-game series at AT&T Park 

    Giants polish off sweep of A's
    Three-run first inning paves way for Hudson to record first career win over Oakland 

    Photos: National Baseball Hall of Fame welcomes 4 new members in 2015 ceremony
    Randy Johnson, a Livermore High School graduate, has been enshrined into the National Baseball Hall of Fame along with other former MLB stars John Smoltz, Pedro Martinez and Craig Biggio. The induction ceremony was held in Cooperstown, N.Y., on Sunday, July 26, 2015. 

    Bumgarner homer the difference in 2-1 victory over A's
    Madison Bumgarner leads San Francisco Giants with his bat and arm  

    Giants find answers in rout of A's
    Peavy, Pagan, Pence help power Giants in Bay Bridge Series opener 

    ESPN fires radio host Colin Cowherd for remarks about Dominicans
    Colin Cowherd questions intelligence of baseball players from the Dominican Republic, drawing the ire of Major League Baseball and players such as Jose Bautista and Miguel Cabrera. 

    Bumgarner, Johnson: Different memories of their time as Giant teammates
    Randy Johnson recalls chatting with Bumgarner on quite a few occasions when they were Giants teammates in 2009; Bumgarner doesn't recall it being quite so much, 'and I'd remember,' MadBum said. 

    Cooperstown-bound Randy Johnson recalls the moment everything changed for him
    Death of his father on Christmas Day 1992 drove Randy Johnson to become Hall of Fame pitcher. 

    A's-Giants pitching matchups
    Probable pitchers for the Giants' three-game series against the visiting A's 

    Giants fans shouldn't plan to see Zobrist in orange and black
    Bay Area neighbors Giants and A's haven't swapped major league players in a quarter of a century 

    Belt, Crawford and Cain help Giants complete 5-1 road trip
    San Francisco Giants roll past San Diego Padres as Belt and Crawford homer, Cain pitches effectively 

    Heston flirts with no-hit bid for Giants
    Brandon Crawford and Hector Sanchez supply all the fiepower that Heston requires in a dominant performance 

    Padres snap Giants' winning streak
    Hudson struggles in return to rotation 

    Barry Bonds case officially over
    Government declines to appeal April ruling that overturned home run king Barry Bonds' obstruction of justice conviction, ending case that began more than a decade ago with Balco steroids probe. 

    Tim Lincecum diagnosed with degenerative hips
    Giants right-hander Tim Lincecum, already on the disabled list with a bruised arm, received cortisone injections in both hips after seeing a specialist in Tennessee. 

    Giants could get back Aoki for A's series; reliever Jean Machi DFA'd
    San Francisco Giants leadoff hitter Nori Aoki could play as early as Friday against the A's; Machi designated for assignment after posting 5.14 ERA in 33 games this season. 

    Kawakami: Tim Lincecum's long goodbye
    Tim Lincecum, who won two Cy Young Awards during his prime, is winding down his San Francisco Giants career.
     

    Giants beat Diamondbacks 2-1 to complete sweep
    Justin Maxwell homers and bullpen delivers four shutout innings to lift Madison Bumgarner to 10th win 

    Giants-Padres matchups
    Pitchers for three-game series in San Diego 

    Giants' Susac on DL but MRI brings good news
    Andrew Susac already knew he was headed to the 15-day disabled list. He's relieved he isn't headed for outpatient surgery, too. 

     
     
     
    J.J. Abrams broke his back filming 'Star Wars'

    The 'Star Wars: Episode VII -- The Force Awakens' director reveals to Jon Stewart how the Millennium Falcon door that injured Harrison Ford on set also broke Abrams' back.