San Francisco Giants great Willie Mays turns 90 today.
Technology companies and health care providers have developed digital vaccination records that you can access on your phone. The companies are explicit that these are not "vaccine passports," which have been linked to hot-button political debates.
The San Francisco Giants have set up vaccinated only sections for fans to get a little closer to a traditional baseball experience.
From courts to fields to areas, many local professional sprots teams are welcoming back fans for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic this weekend.
San Francisco's Mission Bay is buzzing on Friday, as the Warriors and Giants prepare for games and Golden State welcome fans back inside Chase Center for the first time since the pandemic.
The Hall of Fame center fielder was honored Thursday with a new accolade to be given annually recognizing a living individual who has made "significant contributions to the national game."
For San Francisco Giants fans arriving at Oracle Park Friday for the Giants home opener, what a difference a year makes.
Baseball is back at Oracle Park. Fans filled the stands to watch the Giants home opener against the Rockies.
Despite the COVID protocol, San Francisco Giants fans are excited for the atmosphere of a live game and feel this is the start of getting back to normal.
Dignity Health-GoHealth Urgent Care has teamed up with the San Francisco Giants to offer COVID-19 testing as they welcome fans back to Oracle Park beginning with the home opener on April 9.
Today is Opening Day at Oracle Park! San Francisco Giants CEO Larry Baer spoke with KTVU's Sal Castaneda on The Nine on Friday, April 9, 2021 about the excitement around the ballpark this morning.
Under the public health order issued by the San Francisco Department, the Giants can operate the ballpark at up to 22% capacity with special testing and vaccination requirements for entry to the park beginning on April 9.
KTVU's Mike Mibach spoke with San Francisco Giants CEO Larry Baer about today's plans for Opening Day.
Wednesday marks 10 years since Giants fan Bryan Stow was viciously beaten into a coma at Dodger Stadium. Many people didn’t think he'd survive but he did with a greater calling.
Brandon Belt got hit with quite a double-whammy that derailed his offseason.
Jake McGee is guaranteed $5 million in his two-year contract with the San Francisco Giants and could earn $10.5 million over three seasons, including performance bonuses.
Mike Sadek, a popular backup catcher who played all eight of his major league seasons with the San Francisco Giants, has died. He was 74.
Williamson argues the injury ended his career and has left him dealing with daily post-concussion symptoms.
Joe Morgan was raised in Oakland, and also attended Castlemont High School, before beginning a Hall of Fame baseball career.
The 37-year-old Pence wrote on his Twitter page: “Nothing can really prepare you for this part of your career when you have to say: I am retiring from baseball. Forever thankful and Gr8ful.”