San Diego’s pitching staff needs some help from its offense if it’s going to make a run at the playoffs in a tough NL West.
The Giants picked up a huge win on Wednesday night. We take a look at what that means for the NL West.
Johnny Cueto has rediscovered his dominant side in San Francisco. But he’s going to miss some time do to a shoulder injury.
There are six teams involved in the race for the two American League Wildcard spots. It’s going to be interesting to see how the final two weeks shakes out.
The NL Wildcard is led by two teams with a third on the fringes, then a bunch of mediocre ball clubs.
Does a high OBP lead to teams scoring more runs? Let’s find out.
Spring season is at its midpoint which means the regular baseball season is just around the corner. Now, the spring season cannot be trusted to be a predictor of how … Continue Reading An NL West Preview
The Kansas City Royals answered back, beating the San Francisco Giants 7-2 at Kaufmann Stadium to tie the series 1-1. If the Royals are going to win this thing, they’ll … Continue Reading Royals Respond: Game 2 Reaction
The Giants dominated the Royals in the first game of the World Series. It was an emotionally crushing defeat for KC, that reminds us of another (almost) Cinderella story.
The Kansas City Royals and the San Francisco Giants will face off in the 110th World Series. The Giants have a chance to establish themselves as a dynasty by winning … Continue Reading Three reasons the Kansas City Royals will win the 2014 World Series
The Giants are the better teams and should win the World Series. Here are three reasons why San Francisco is going to win its third championship in five years.
The regular season has come to a close and now the best teams in baseball will contend for the World Series. Each matchup is intriguing, but the wildcard games are … Continue Reading Bucs & Giants Confident Heading into Tonights Game: A Preview of the NL Wild Card Game