Relief pitcher Tony Watson has reached an agreement with the Giants, a source confirmed to ESPN. The former All-Star with the Pirates was traded to the Dodgers last season at the July 31 deadline.
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With Tim Lincecum bidding to return to the major leagues, Giants general manager Bobby Evans said, if all business aspects work accordingly, San Francisco is interested in reuniting with its former pitcher.
Tim Lincecum, who hasn't pitched in the major leagues since 2016, will work out for teams Thursday in Scottsdale, Arizona. Scouts from at least 12 teams are expected to be in attendance.
Johnny Cueto says he decided to stay with the Giants and not opt out of his contract because he likes the team and was coming off a tough season.
Sure, there are still unsigned free agents. But as pitchers and catchers report, talking about actual baseball again has never felt more refreshing.
Veteran left-hander Derek Holland has signed a minor league deal with the San Francisco Giants.
Want to join powers like the Yankees and Dodgers at the top, but aren't sure how your team can get there? We crunched the numbers, and this is how to do it.
It's already February, but there are aces and sluggers looking for new homes. We find the best bet -- and a dark horse -- for the top available names.
Barry Bonds, who spent 15 of his 22 seasons with the Giants while slugging an MLB-record 762 home runs, will have his number retired by the team in 2018.
Which Giants are Midsummer Classic worthy? Way-too-early All-Star rosters
Spring training is nearly here, and there are dozens of free agents still available. We find each club's biggest need and identify potential targets.
It's a tale of two cities among the teams of the NL West, with San Diego overflowing talent -- particularly in the middle infield -- and San Francisco slipping far behind.
Judge and Stanton bat back-to-back? Who cleans up in Boston? Answering baseball's five biggest lineup questions
Fantasy is about to turn into reality in the Bronx. Here are the most fascinating decisions skippers have to make before the season starts.
By adding Andrew McCutchen and Evan Longoria, the aging Giants sold the farm for one more shot at October. Does a barren system doom a team to mediocrity for years to come? We crunch the numbers to find out.
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Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens saw only a minimal increase in their percentages -- up to 56.4 percent for Bonds and 57.3 for Clemens. They have four years left on the ballot and while they continue to fare well with new voters, the old-timers remain more entrenched as anti-steroid voters and I don't know if they have enough momentum to get to 75 percent.
Austin Jackson has agreed to a deal to join the Giants, the team announced Monday. The two-year, $6 million deal includes bonuses based on playing time, and the overall value of the deal could increase to $8.5 million, a source told Jerry Crasnick.
From minor leaguers with major league hopes for the upcoming season to toolsy teenagers climbing through the farm system, who made the cut as we begin counting down baseball's best prospects?
Buster Olney talks to Jerry Crasnick (4:43) and Keith Law (16:01) about the Pirates moving Cole & McCutchen, the general inactivity of the offseason and more. Plus, a "Numbers Game" with Sarah Langs (40:08).
Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens are two of the greatest -- and most controversial -- stars MLB has ever seen. As the Cooperstown debate rages, which side voters land on tells us much more than just their stance on steroids.
Yu Darvish is right for Wrigley, while J.D. Martinez might want to think twice about Boston. With big names still available, here is the best fit for each free agent.
Andrew McCutchen, who was acquired from Pittsburgh on Monday, said he's receptive to moving over to right field in San Francisco, saying if it's what the team wants, "this is where I want to be."
San Francisco improved by adding the face of Pittsburgh's franchise while the Pirates again failed to get a marquee prospect for one of their stars.
Time is running out for the Giants' veterans, but adding Andrew McCutchen means the fading champs are making a desperate bid to keep up with the National League's elite teams.
Trading for the final year of the former MVP's contract will provide San Francisco with power it lacks, but have the Giants really fixed all of their outfield problems?