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2017 Schedule
64-98, 5th in NL West
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4d

Giants' Bochy 'better' after heart procedure

Giants manager Bruce Bochy is "feeling better" and resting after a heart ablation procedure to correct an irregular heartbeat -- his third heart procedure in three years.

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6dPaul Gutierrez

Bay Area teams unite in wildfire relief efforts

Deadly wildfires in Northern California have created poor air quality in the Bay Area, altering the Raiders' practice schedule. The Raiders joined other local professional sports teams to donate $450,000 toward relief efforts.

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8d

Bonds, other stars flee fundraiser due to fires

Former baseball players Barry Bonds, Bret Saberhagen, Eric Gagne and Joe Carter were among those who had to flee Northern California's raging wildfires after flames raced toward a fundraiser hosted by former NFL player Ronnie Lott.

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8d

Ex-Giant Lowry, family flee Calif. wildfires

Former Giants pitcher Noah Lowry said he "can't shake hearing people scream in terror as the flames barreled down on us," after he, his wife, his two daughters and his 2-week-old son escaped the Northern California wildfires.

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9d

Hank Aaron Award finalists announced

The Hank Aaron Award recognizes the most outstanding offensive performer in each league. Finalists for all 30 teams were revealed Monday.

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13d

Giants' Bochy to have another heart procedure

Giants manager Bruce Bochy will have a heart ablation procedure to correct an irregular heartbeat -- his third heart procedure in three years.

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Sunday's longest home runs

Mike Marjama's first MLB homer paced the league Sunday, one foot longer than Khris Davis' 43rd of the season. Pablo Sandoval, Marcell Ozuna and Nick Williams rounded out the list on the final day of the regular season.

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16dESPN.com

Final Power Rankings: Where do Giants slot?

A 98-loss season was not the follow-up to an NLDS loss that the Giants were hoping for. Perhaps this season will mark a transition to another new phase of San Francisco baseball.

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16dDavid Schoenfield

Real or not? Pablo Sandoval can't even win right

Sandoval hit a walk-off home run to beat the Padres. Awesome! Except the Tigers lost to the Twins, which means Detroit will pick first in next June's draft and San Francisco will pick second.

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16d

Cueto indicates he won't opt out of Giants deal

Johnny Cueto indicated Sunday that he likely won't opt out of the $130 million, six-year contract he signed with the Giants before the 2016 season and become a free agent.

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Bottom of the pack

With the MLB season officially coming to a close, we have a clear picture of where the respective teams will pick in the upcoming draft. The Detroit Tigers and San Francisco Giants will have the first two selections.

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Looking back on Matt Cain's career

"The Horse" was about as steady as they come during his 13 years as a Giant, producing like a first-round pick on a consistent basis, including in the postseason. He also is the author of the last perfect game thrown by an NL pitcher.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Everyone remembers Madison Bumgarner's postseason run in 2014 for the Giants, but don't forget Matt Cain in 2010. He started three games and allowed one run in 21.1 innings -- and it was unearned. He threw the final pitch of his career this afternoon, going out in style with five scoreless innings and receiving hugs from Bruce Bochy and teammates and a standing ovation from Giants fans. Without him, the Giants don't win three titles in five season.

18d

Giants' Cain tosses 5 scoreless in career finale

Matt Cain pitched five shutout innings, then raised his arms and waved his cap, fighting off tears amid a standing ovation as he walked off the mound for the final time Saturday in San Francisco's 3-2 loss to San Diego.

18d

Posey, Crawford lead Stratton, Giants over Padres 8-0

Buster Posey hit three RBI doubles, Brandon Crawford drove in three runs and had three hits, and the San Francisco Giants beat the San Diego Padres 8-0 on Friday night to ensure they won't finish with a 100-loss season.

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Buster Olney

Offseason to-do list for Giants

One of many planned upgrades is the outfield defense, which will likely mean a new position for Denard Span.

William Weinbaum ESPN 

MLB announced Fri. that the World Series MVP Award will now be named for Willie Mays, who appeared in 3 WS for the Giants & 1 for the Mets. While he never hit .300 or homered in a WS, Mays made the signature defensive play known as "The Catch," a racing over-the-shoulder 1954 robbery of Cleveland's Vic Wertz in the cavernous center field of NY's Polo Grounds.

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19dDavid Schoenfield

What's at stake in MLB's final weekend: Goodbye, Matt Cain

Cain makes the final start of his career for the Giants on Saturday at AT&T Park. Despite his recent struggles, he'll go down as one of the key members of San Francisco's World Series-winning teams.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.5016th
Quality Starts82Tied-4th
WHIP1.3820th
BAA.26827th
Runs63929th
Batting Average.24923rd
On Base Percentage.30929th
Slugging Percentage.38030th