The Giants lost a franchise icon. The Dodgers are missing some familiar faces. The Padres imploded and hired a new manager. And what about the futures of the Rockies and D-backs?
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MLB's winter mtgs in Orlando are a lockout casualty, but not the HoF's Sun., 12/5 "Early Baseball" (pre-1950) & "Golden Days" (1950-69) Era committees' voting/tally there, per a Hall spokesman Thu. EB ballot: Bill Dahlen/John Donaldson/Bud Fowler/Vic Harris/Grant "Home Run" Johnson/Lefty O'Doul/Buck O'Neil/Dick "Cannonball" Redding/Allie Reynolds/Geo. Scales. GD ballot: Dick Allen/Ken Boyer/Gil Hodges/Jim Kaat/Roger Maris/Minnie Miñoso/Danny Murtaugh/Tony Oliva/Billy Pierce/Maury Wills.
Right-hander John Brebbia, left-hander Jarlin García and outfielder Austin Slater reached agreements on one-year deals with the Giants to avoid arbitration on Tuesday, and San Francisco later finalized a two-year deal with right-hander Alex Cobb.
Alex Cobb would give the reigning NL West champion Giants a key veteran near the front of the rotation after the departure of All-Star righty Kevin Gausman to the Blue Jays on a $110 million, five-year contract.
Starting pitcher Kevin Gausman, a key component to the San Francisco Giants' rotation last season, agreed to a five-year, $110 million deal Sunday with the Toronto Blue Jays, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan.
Here's what every MLB team should do this winter -- and they would if we were running things.
Buster Posey had one of his best seasons since 2015, while Trey Mancini came back after being diagnosed with colon cancer.
Right-hander Anthony DeSclafani will return to the Giants next season after agreeing to a three-year, $36 million contract, the team announced on Monday.
David Ortiz, Ryan Howard, Tim Lincecum and Alex Rodriguez are among 13 first-time candidates on the Hall of Fame ballot of the BBWAA, while Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens make their 10th and final appearance.
Ohtani, Harper, Burnes, Ray -- did the voters get it right? Picks, results and analysis from MLB awards week
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Brandon Belt accepted an $18.4 million qualifying offer from the Giants on Wednesday rather than pursue bidders as a free agent.
Gabe Kapler was named National League Manager of the Year on Tuesday after guiding the San Francisco Giants to an improbable 107-win season.
The San Francisco Giants have rewarded manager Gabe Kapler with a contract extension through the 2024 season.
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Scherzer to St. Louis? Stroman to Mets AND Yankees? Where MLB's top 25 free agents would land if money didn't matter
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Giants president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi was voted Major League Baseball's Executive of the Year, ahead of the Rays' Erik Neander and the Brewers' David Stearns.
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The Los Angeles Dodgers have extended qualifying offers to Corey Seager and Chris Taylor, but not Clayton Kershaw.
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The "Early Baseball Era" ballot (careers primarily pre-1950) announced Fri. by the HoF - committee voting Dec. 5 in Orlando/results announcement that night - includes 7 Negro Leagues/pre-Negro Leagues legends & 3 MLB stars: Bill Dahlen (MLB), John Donaldson, Bud Fowler, Vic Harris, Grant "Home Run" Johnson, Lefty O'Doul (MLB), Buck O'Neil, Dick "Cannonball" Redding, Allie Reynolds (MLB) and George Scales. All 10 are deceased.
When longtime San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey announced his retirement on Thursday, it marked the end of the line for one of baseball's...
San Francisco Giants star Buster Posey announced his retirement from baseball Thursday, saying that "things that I was enjoying were not as joyful anymore."
His counting stats might not show it, but Posey is more than worthy of a place in Cooperstown -- and his election could open the door for other catchers to join him.