The San Francisco Giants were the most Jekyll-and-Hyde team in baseball last season. Joe Peta thinks there's a good chance we'll see more of Jekyll in 2017.
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A simple but effective upgrade for the Giants: changing the "SF" logo on their black home alternate jersey from outlined to solid.
Before conversations with Orioles manager Buck Showalter about being the AL East underdog and former big leaguer Aubrey Huff about his battles with addiction and anxiety, Buster Olney talks to Jayson Stark about a classic interaction with the late Dallas Green, his predictions for the season and more.
Buster Olney talks to former big leaguer Aubrey Huff about his struggles with anxiety, addiction and the day he almost took his own life.
Relief pitching struggled after the All-Star break, leading to the free-agent signing of closer Mark Melancon.
The Giants' outfield struggled at the plate last season and hasn't fared better in spring training this year.
Free agent outfielder Angel Pagan may be close to a decision following a strong performance in the WBC.
Ty Blach may be making a late push for the Giants' fifth starter spot ahead of the struggling Matt Cain.
The addition of Mark Melancon crystallizes Bruce Bochy's reliever pecking order. If he proves to be a bad investment, however, San Francisco could be in trouble.
Before a conversation with Tigers GM Al Avila, Buster Olney and Jerry Crasnick discuss Kolten Wong's displeasure, tough choices the Giants will have to make at the back of the rotation and more. Plus, Todd Radom's 27th ranked logo and the latest uniform quiz.
You can't score higher than 3,333,360 in Pac-Man, because at that point the game crashes. In 2004, Barry Bonds didn't crash MLB -- but he did the equivalent of putting up one more Pac-Man point.
Giants hitting coach Hensley Meulens drew rave reviews from some major league team officials for his work leading the Netherlands in the World Baseball Classic.
The Giants backstop might not inspire fear with the power of his arm, but his excellent metrics in other areas make him pretty darn close to perfect.
Giants pitcher Will Smith, who was projected to be in the eighth-inning role, will have Tommy John surgery and miss the 2017 season.
San Francisco might need to upgrade either in left field or third base before the season is over. Even if that happens, the Giants would probably stay in-house.
Law won't be the closer in San Francisco this year, but it's pretty clear already that he could be someone's closer with a fastball/power slider combination.
Barry Bonds has returned to the San Francisco Giants in a front-office role as an adviser to the CEO.
Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer
Barry Bonds on his return to the Giants organization: "I feel like this is what I'm supposed to be doing."
Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer
Barry Bonds on his stint as Marlins hitting coach: "I had a really good time. You are trying to fine-tune their ability. I really enjoyed my time there."
Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer
7-time Most Valuable Player Barry Bonds on his return to the Giants as Special Advisor to the CEO: "I am coming home. I want to make my Dad and God-father proud."
The Giants are easing Madison Bumgarner toward his Opening Day start, with Bruce Bochy saying his ace is "ready to go."
Michael Morse injured his hamstring during a spring training game Monday. Manager Bruce Bochy says Morse will miss at least two weeks, but the player says he is day-to-day.
Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer
Fans might be here to watch Team USA play, but the Giants' Brandon Crawford still got booed during introductions at Dodger Stadium. Dodgers fans are keeping it loyal, at least until Crawford drives in the game winner, or something.