This is fun: The San Francisco Giants recently made their last payment on the $170 million, 20-year loan they obtained to finance the construction of AT&T Park. The joint is now officially paid for. The Giants, unlike most other teams which moved into new stadiums in the past 25 years or so, did not
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- After 17 professional spring trainings, Jake Peavy's instincts point him toward the comfort of a baseball diamond. He should be arriving bleary-eyed at the clubhouse with a cup of coffee at 7 a.m. and getting ready for a bullpen session, rather than working out at his ranch in
Fantasy Impact Smith will be expected to be an integral part of the bullpen, one that struggled mightily in 2016. The lefty came from the Brewers in the form of a trade where the Giants paid a relatively steep price. It's worrisome news, but it sounds like Smith dodged a bullet.