San Francisco Giants rumors
For the second time today and the third time this month, the Giants bring back a key contributor from their 2021 club.
Crawford stays with the team he grew up rooting for.
The Giants’ (relatively) busy offseason continues with the addition of an infield bat.
After resurrecting the careers of Kevin Gausman and Drew Smyly in 2020, the Giants will try the same formula with DeSclafani in 2021.
This is the first time an NL West team has been affected this season.
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While Cozart is the biggest name in the deal, Wilson seems to be the player the Giants truly coveted.
Since arriving in the majors last month, Giants right-hander Tyler Rogers has dominated opposing hitters with a deceptive delivery. Is it the weirdest of all time?
The Giants will take a chance on a second baseman who has been one of baseball’s best in recent years but has struggled mightily in 2019.
The NL West is one of baseball’s weirdest divisions. What kind of transactional activity will take place within it at the deadline?
Could Milwaukee be headed for a reunion with the top reliever on the trade market?
Which team will deal for one of the most prolific postseason pitchers in baseball history?
Webb is the third of the Giants’ top five prospects to be dealt a major setback this season, though this one appears to be entirely of his own doing.
The star outfielder wants a long-term deal, but who will be the highest bidder between the Phillies, Dodgers and Giants?
The star outfielder still has plenty of suitors, but will they pay him the richest contract in baseball history?
The star outfielder may have his eyes on earning the biggest contract in MLB history.
The likely future Hall of Famer will vacate the dugout following the season.
The star outfielder has recently met with San Francisco about the possibility of inking a deal with the club by the bay.
San Diego is doing its due diligence on who they can possibly sign over the next two months.
Miami has ‘touched base’ with clubs on possible trade discussions for All-Star catcher
Zaidi will cross over to the other side of a bitter rivalry and become the first new head of the Giants’ baseball operations department since 1996.