The Giants serenaded their thirsty fans with the perfect anthem before the first pitch of the 2010 World Series. The song they piped through AT&T Park was U2's "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For."
The search lasted more than half a century and seemed so futile at times. Finally, the team and its long-pained fans have found what they were looking for. For the first time since the Giants moved to San Francisco in 1958, they are the champions of baseball.
How could folks not get this? The hitting, the fielding and the pitching (oh, the pitching) for a San Francisco Giants team that led the majors in ERA, strikeouts and a bunch of other stuff.All of that was apparent long... more ››
The question was softball. Nothing hard-hitting. But Cliff Lee took it in another direction, almost going out of his way to avoid tipping his cap to the Giants' offense.
So, Cliff, what can you say about a lineup that lacks... more ››
The World Series starts tonight (8 ET, Fox) in San Francisco. The Notebook has spent the last two days taking both the Texas & San Francisco lineups player-by-player. For this final preview we'll look at... more ››
The Giants and Rangers open the 106th World Series at AT&T Park on Wednesday night. Congratulations if you had that exacta at the start of the playoffs. If you had it at the start of the season, I want some of what you were... more ››