Giants starter Ryan Vogelsong had all five pins removed from his right hand Tuesday, which could accelerate the pace of his recovery from his fractured right pinkie.
Juan Perez's two-out, tiebreaking RBI single capped a two-run uprising in the eighth inning that erased a one-run deficit and lifted the Giants to a 5-4 victory over the Padres, whose seven-game winning streak dissolved.
Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford was taken out of Tuesday night's game against the Padres with sprained middle and index fingers on his right hand.
Second baseman Marco Scutaro said he didn't feel any discomfort in his left pinkie during his first game back Tuesday -- except for the change in grip, that is.
Since right-hander Jake Dunning called his parents in the early hours Thursday morning to share the news he was headed to Pittsburgh to join the Giants, it's been an eventful few days.
Everything was working for Giants left-hander Madison Bumgarner in his last start against the Braves. The same can be said for Padres lefty Eric Stults, who tossed a two-hitter to pick up his sixth win of the season last Friday.
Passion. It's a word that sums up Hunter Pence up perfectly. After helping the Giants to a World Series championship in 2012 with his play as well as his voice, the outfielder reflects on his experiences and what he has learned.
On Monday, after grabbing a two-run lead with a three-run fourth inning, the Giants failed to score another run, and the Padres won, 5-3, in the 13-inning series opener Monday.
When Brandon Crawford arrived at AT&T Park for Monday's game against the Padres, he found himself penciled into the No. 3 slot of the lineup for the first time this season as the Giants battle injuries and Buster Posey was given a day off.
Monday marked Giants second-round Draft pick Ryder Jones' first trip to AT&T Park, but it was by no means his first exposure to the organization.
Tim Lincecum recorded his fifth quality start in 14 outings, but it wasn't enough as the Giants dropped Sunday's finale of their nine-game trip to the Atlanta Braves, 3-0.
Baseball fans go to AT&T Park in San Francisco to watch a contending ballclub, but foodies can also go to delight their taste buds.
Though Angel Pagan acknowledged Sunday that surgery was mentioned as an option for fixing his strained left hamstring, the Giants center fielder and leadoff hitter continued to believe that he can heal sufficiently and rejoin the lineup in the relatively near future.
Aware of Brandon Belt's tendency to pull ground balls to the right side and stroke them up the middle, opponents have begun shifting their infielders to reflect the left-handed batter's hitting habits. The positioning has not fazed Belt at all.
Giants catcher Buster Posey and third baseman Pablo Sandoval are facing stiff challenges for the lead at their positions in the All-Star voting.
Giants closer Sergio Romo, whose control is impeccable, walked two batters in the ninth inning to help set up Freddie Freeman's tiebreaking RBI single that lifted the Atlanta Braves to a 6-5 victory Saturday.
Right-hander Ryan Vogelsong's recovery from his fractured right pinkie could accelerate Tuesday, when he expects removal of two of the five pins holding his hand together.
Giants second baseman Marco Scutaro tested his injured left pinkie by taking batting practice before Saturday's game against the Atlanta Braves.
Buster Posey started only his fourth game at first base Saturday, though he's likely to find himself at that spot more frequently in coming weeks.
Madison Bumgarner approached history again Friday, holding the Atlanta Braves hitless for five innings before finishing with a two-hitter over seven innings as the Giants prevailed, 6-0.
The Giants likely will decide by the middle of next week whether to place second baseman Marco Scutaro on the 15-day disabled list. Scutaro, who was diagnosed with a mallet finger on his left pinkie after he was hit by a pitch last Tuesday at Pittsburgh, showed signs of improvement Friday.
Bryan Stow, the San Francisco Giants fan who suffered brain damage after being beaten at Dodger Stadium, returned home after two years in hospitals and rehabilitation centers, according to The Associated Press.
Nick Noonan lost his first Major League home run in Thursday night's ninth inning when umpires reviewed the ninth-inning, leadoff drive he hit off Pittsburgh right-hander Vin Mazzaro.
Matt Cain didn't duplicate the wondrous effort he delivered last June 13 -- the 22nd perfect game in baseball history. But he still generated plenty of zeros while allowing two hits in 6 2/3 shutout innings Thursday as the Giants routed the Pittsburgh Pirates, 10-0.
Bruce Bochy, who will pilot the National League squad as the manager of last year's World Series-winning Giants, took a New York, New York approach in selecting Washington manager Davey Johnson and Mets manager Terry Collins as his coaches for the July 16 Midsummer Classic at Citi Field.
Making pregame personnel moves for the fourth time in five playing dates, including the last three games, the Giants recalled catcher Hector Sanchez and right-hander Jake Dunning from Triple-A Fresno on Thursday.
Barry Zito's road ERA didn't get any better Wednesday. Neither did the Giants as the Pittsburgh Pirates thrashed them, 12-8.
Giants second baseman Marco Scutaro remained intent on playing with an injured left pinkie, but his attempt to return to the lineup must wait until the swelling and pain in his finger subside.
Shortly after the Giants optioned righty George Kontos to Triple-A Fresno and recalled Sandy Rosario from the same club on Wednesday, Major League Baseball announced suspensions of one game for Giants manager Bruce Bochy and three games for Kontos, who was also fined.
It has been a strange year for the defending World Series champions, with the offense carrying a struggling starting rotation. However, injuries to key hitters will force the Giants to get more from their starters.