A modest proposal to make sure we get as much bang as possible for our World Series bucks: Make every Fall Classic go seven games. Here's how it can work.
The Giants' long-awaited World Series title not only ends years of torment; it also pays tribute to the teams and players of San Francisco's past.
Forget the tortured past. The Giants' fans are going all out to exhibit their passion at AT&T Park.
What makes baseball so special, so wonderful, is that even when a beloved record is broken, today is always connected to what happened yesterday.
After hitting No. 754, Barry Bonds says he's feeling no pressure to capture the all-time home run crown.
After spending a few days in San Francisco, Jim Caple discovered that elder statesmen are alive and well in baseball.
Barry Bonds didn't homer and Barry Zito was ineffective in his new duds as the Giants came up flat in their season opener.
So Barry Bonds needs only 22 home runs to pass Hank Aaron, right? Jim Caple gives 22 reasons why it might not happen.
It took Barry Bonds 13 days to go from 713 to 714. That sapped a lot of the interest. Nobody likes waiting around, writes Jim Caple.
Just before leaving the Valley of the Sun and the Land of Circle K's, Barry Bonds said he would be ready to play opening day, unless he gets hit by a bus between now and Monday.
Expect there to be varying emotions among fans as Barry Bonds takes aim at Hank Aaron's all-time home run record in 2006.
After missing the first five-plus months of the season, Barry Bonds made a triumphant return to the Giants' lineup on Monday.
Barry Bonds was out of the lineup, but the Giants showed they're no pushovers, writes Jim Caple.
Some possible weekend scenarios that will determine how will the West(s) and a batting record will be won.
With all five teams in playoff contention and no hurricanes in sight, California is baseball heaven this fall.
This weekend has Angels-Athletics and Dodgers-Giants, two series with more juice than another Bronx affair.