More than 1,000 young San Francisco sports fans will have all their baseball questions answered today by a true expert — Giants pitcher Brian Wilson. Read More
Four of the San Francisco Giants powerhouse pitchers will showcase their talent as part of the 2011 All Star Game in Phoenix.
Tim Lincecum, Matt Cain and Brian Wilson will return to the all-star mound and this year will be joined by Ryan Vogelsong.
Vogelsong joined the Giants rotation when starting pitcher Barry Zito was put on the disabled list for a sprained ankle earlier this year. He was originally drafted by the Giants in 1998. Read More
Apparently the name “Tucker” was too boring for a flirty hippo at the San Francisco Zoo, so they renamed him after none other than feared and bearded San Francisco Giants pitcher Brian Wilson.
The hippopotamus formerly known as Tucker can be seen here on the zoo’s Twitter feed flexing his macho jaw muscles. Read More
It may be ninth-inning stud Brian Wilson telling kids that “It gets better” or power hitter Panda, but regardless, the San Francisco Giants are the first professional sports team filming a video for a popular LGBT youth project. Read More
The San Francisco Giants players Brian Wilson and Cody Ross appear to by dynamite in their new role — on YouTube.
TheGiants players, along with mascot Lou Seal, are featured in a new video with teenaged YouTube star Keenan Cahill. Read More
Giants closer Brian Wilson did the honors at Friday’s home opener by raising San Francisco’s first World Series championship flag over right field at AT&T Park.
Click the picture for a photo gallery of the flag-raising. Read More
This baseball season, all eyes will be on the Giants. As winners of the 2010 World Series, they’ve reached celebrity status and the eyes of America will be watching more than just their playing style. Who’s fit and who’s fat? Who’s tough and gruff? Who do the ladies love? Has success gone to their heads, or just their hairdos?
Click on the photo at right to see a slideshow of our favorite Giants before and after winning the World Series. Read More
One wonders if Giants closer Brian Wilson, who’s reportedly started taking hacks at The New York Times crossword puzzle when he was 12 years old, picked up a copy of today’s issue while down in Los Angeles for opening day.If the bearded legend did, he surely would’ve found it “sweet.” Read More
The season after the season to remember is upon us.
And for Giants fans, the 2011 season should prove to be another ticket to postseason drama.
The formula in 2011 will pretty much be the same one the Giants mastered at the end of 2010, transforming themselves from a last-gasp divisional winner to world champions: outpitch everybody, play error-free defense and get some timely hitting. Read More