Aubrey Huff ended an 0-for-20 slump with a leadoff homer in the 10th inning and the San Francisco Giants snapped out of their offensive slumber, beating the New York Mets 7-6 on Tuesday night.
Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Manny Ramirez and Hideki Matsui failed to receive salary arbitration offers as one of the first deadlines of baseball’s offseason passed.
Tens of thousands of baseball fans flocked downtown Wednesday to toast the San Francisco Giants in a ticker-tape parade reminiscent of the one held when the team moved west from New York 52 years ago.
Derek Jeter, Carl Crawford and Jayson Werth head a list of 142 players who have become free agents following the World Series.
Aubrey Huff remembers going to about 100 Texas Rangers game at this ballpark and its predecessor, rooting for Nolan Ryan to strike everyone out and for Juan Gonzalez to launch homers into the cheap seats.
Midway through Game 4, the speakers at Rangers Ballpark blared the 1960s Halloween favorite “Monster Mash.” More like a World Series mismatch.
As Game 2 unraveled in a disastrous eighth inning for the Texas Rangers, closer Neftali Feliz was nowhere to be found.
The San Francisco Giants turned the World Series opener into an extra long round of batting practice — against Cliff Lee and the Texas Rangers, winning 11-7 on Wednesday night.