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The Giants have barely washed the champagne from their hair, but Las Vegas oddsmakers are already handicapping the 2015 season.
ST. PAUL – Just like the Sharks, the Minnesota Wild have had some drastic ups and downs to their season so far. Take the last two games, in which the Wild blew a three-goal third period lead in New York on Monday, and then responded to fight back from a 3-1 third period...
There are nights when you shine, and nights when you survive. The Warriors managed the latter, but they have to know they were fortunate to be facing the Kings.
Programming note: Vic Fangio and Greg Roman are scheduled to address the media starting at 12:05 p.m. Watch the live stream right here. SANTA CLARA – The 49ers, who perfected the art of keeping 54 players on their 53-man roster through the first half of the season,...
After wins in Anaheim and Colorado, the Sharks look to wrap up a perfect three-game trip tonight in Minnesota...
The spectacular double play started by Joe Panik in the second inning would not have been without an old Giants shortstop and a former fireman.
Jeremy Affeldt didn't need the victory in Game 7, but when the official scorer made a change and gave him the W, the veteran broke down.
Recovering from a strained oblique, Michael Morse was limited in the postseason, but the Giants' slugger stepped up when opportunities arose.
Alex Gordon’s two-out liner to center field in the bottom of the ninth nearly put a damper on the Giants' World Series celebration.
Madison Bumgarner will get all the praise, but the Giants defense, led by Joe Panik, played a pivotal role in the Game 7 victory.
Pablo Sandoval collected three hits in Game 7. The bat he used, along with seven other World Series items, are headed for Cooperstown.