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  • LEADING OFF: Carrasco back on mound after being hit

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ SAY WHAT? Reds manager Bryan Price will have to face the media before Cincinnati's game against Milwaukee, a day after he went on a profanity-filled tirade, taking exception with the...
  • Giants pounded by Diamondbacks; losing streak at 8

    SAN FRANCISCO The San Francisco Giants will collect their World Series rings on Saturday, a final reminder of a special 2014 season. That reminder might be necessary at this point, as the defending champs remained stuck in a funk and lost their eighth...
  • Giants swept by Rockies

    SAN FRANCISCO Colorado Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado owns two Gold Gloves in two major league seasons, he threw his body headlong into the stands while catching a foul pop a day earlier, and he picked Tim Lincecum's slider almost off the dish...
  • Giants fan Bryan Stow continues 'miraculous' recovery

    CAPITOLA, Calif. Bryan Stow stands on a deck in his backyard. Using his left hand to balance his 250-pound frame on a walker, he wraps his right hand around a baseball and unleashes a pitch with all his might. "Perfect just like that," says his father...
  • Cain gets MRI, Peavy officially scratched as Giants rotation goes into full scramble mode

    PHOENIX So much for the eternal optimism of opening day. The Giants' rotation issues are far bigger than whether Jake Peavy can pitch the second game of the season and could have much more significant long-term ramifications. Stalwart right-hander...
  • Bob Brookover: The Phillies' case for keeping Cole Hamels

    The conversation has become more lopsided than a first-round women's NCAA tournament game between UConn and whatever poor 16th seed the Huskies happen to draw that year. It's no longer about whether the Phillies should trade Cole Hamels. It's all about...
  • Padres positioned to make big noise in NL West after whirlwind winter

    Padres positioned to make big noise in NL West after whirlwind winter
    These should be the big, bold, brash San Diego Padres. They always could pitch. Now they can hit. Now they can win. You do not import an entire outfield of sluggers — Matt Kemp, Wil Myers and Justin Upton — and talk gingerly of hoping to...
  • Injury-prone Dodgers pitcher Brett Anderson hopes to be effective

    Injury-prone Dodgers pitcher Brett Anderson hopes to be effective
    Ask Dodgers pitcher Brett Anderson to recite a list of his injuries over the last four years and it sounds as if he's reading from an anatomy textbook. "Right foot, left finger," he begins. "Back, elbow." There are few major body parts that have...
  • Baseball begins new era of clock management

    Baseball begins new era of clock management
    MESA, Ariz. -- Baseball’s version of a shot clock was officially introduced Tuesday during the first exhibition games of the 2015 season. A digital clock with giant red letters counts down from 2 minutes, 25 seconds after the final out of every...
  • Springing forward to Florida and Arizona for baseball training camps

    Springing forward to Florida and Arizona for baseball training camps
    Before the San Francisco Giants enjoyed their third parade in five years, before a Chevrolet executive memorably advised World Series most valuable player Madison Bumgarner he had won a truck equipped with "technology and stuff," before the "Mad Bum"...
  • Ryan Vogelsong, Giants agree to $4 million, 1-year deal

    Ryan Vogelsong, Giants agree to $4 million, 1-year deal
    SAN FRANCISCO — Free agent right-hander Ryan Vogelsong reached agreement Friday on a $4 million, one-year deal to stay with the San Francisco Giants. Vogelsong, a former Kutztown University and Iron Pigs pitcher, passed a physical and reached...