Giants Press Releases
Friday, April 17, 2015
AT&T Park Opening Week
The 2014 World Champion San Francisco Giants open their 16th season at AT&T Park with an 11-day, 10-game homestand against the Colorado Rockies (April 13-15), Arizona Diamondbacks (April 16-19) and Los Angeles Dodgers (April 21-23).
Giants statement on the passing of Lon Simmons
The Giants family and Bay Area sports community lost a true gentleman this morning when Hall of Fame broadcaster Lon Simmons peacefully passed away at the age of 91.
Giants set 2015 Opening Day roster
The San Francisco Giants, who will open their 133rd National League campaign, have set their 2015 Opening Day roster with the following moves
Sabean and Bochy Contracts Extended through 2019
San Francisco Giants President and CEO Larry Baer today announced that the team has extended the contracts of Giants Senior Vice President and General Manager Brian Sabean and Field Manager Bruce Bochy through the 2019 season.
Giants unveil "What's New" for the 2015 season at AT&T Park
The Giants held their annual Media Open House at AT&T Park today to unveil "what's new" at AT&T Park for the 2015 season - covering everything from promotions and giveaways to culinary offerings to technological enhancements to capital improvements.
Matt Duffy voted 2015 Barney Nugent award winner
Infielder Matt Duffy was elected the 2015 Barney Nugent Award winner in a vote by his teammates, coaches and training staff earlier this morning.
Giants staying on KTRB 860 AM ESPN Deportes Radio through 2019
The San Francisco Giants and KTRB 860 AM ESPN Deportes Radio have agreed to terms on a new five?year contract that will keep Giants games on ESPN Deportes Radio throughout the 2019 season.
Comcast SportsNet and the Giants present "Authentic Opening Day"
Comcast SportsNet Bay Area (@CSNAuthentic), the home of "Authentic Bay Area Sports," and the San Francisco Giants (@SFGiants) invite all Bay Area sports fans to "Authentic Opening Day.
Giants statement on the passing of Nick Peters
The Giants were deeply saddened to learn that longtime Hall of Fame baseball writer Nick "The Greek" Peters passed away today at the age of 75. Nick was a legend among sportswriters in Northern California and throughout baseball. He covered more San Francisco Giants games than any other sports writer during his career that spanned five decades. Nick was known not only for his writing talent and encyclopedic knowledge of baseball, but also for his mentorship of many young reporters who rose through the ranks of sports journalism. He will be deeply missed by the entire Giants organization and our thoughts and prayers are with his wife Lise and the entire Peters family.