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NBC Sports Bay Area’s Alex Pavlovic and Cole Kuiper, along with weekly appearances from Duane Kuiper, bring you comprehensive coverage of the San Francisco Giants. Don’t miss out on in-depth analysis, breaking news coverage and exclusive interviews with Giants players, coaches and front-office personnel. Giants Talk has new episodes year-round, so subscribe now for all your San Francisco Giants needs.
 
The best daily San Francisco Giants podcast. Whether the Giants are winning championships or retooling for another title run, Locked On Giants host Ben Kaspick, a lifelong Giants fan and former RotoGraphs and Beyond the Box Score contributor, breaks down every game, rumor, and transaction in a way that's data-driven and rational but also simple, passionate, and accessible to all. It's a new era of Giants baseball under Farhan Zaidi and Gabe Kapler, and the Locked On Giants podcast is a vital ...
 
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UNBELIEVABLE! The San Francisco Giants got their second walk-off home run in three days last night, thanks to two-out magic from Thairo Estrada and Brandon Crawford. Estrada was the hero on Sunday, hitting a two-run homer with one out in the ninth. Yesterday, the Giants looked destined for a super frustrating 1-0 loss after there were two outs and …
 
Alex Pavlovic and Cole Kuiper discuss how the Giants can get back into the NL Wild Card race, starting with their four-game series against the Diamondbacks. Alex sat down with Ryan Vogelsong to reflect on the 2012 World Series team, and comparing the Giants' top pitching prospect Kyle Harrison to Madison Bumgarner. 1:10 Looking back on the Giants-P…
 
The Giants have everything they need to get into the postseason but still have a lot more to prove. The costly inconsistencies of the bullpen. The need for the Giants to continue to go on winning streaks. They're not getting a lot out of their position players. How Camilo Doval has been a positive development for the Giants. How do the Giants solve…
 
The 2012 World Series team reunion this past weekend got Bryan and Doug thinking: was this actually the best team of the Giants' early 10s dynasty? So many memories from start to finish and a series of redemptive stories throughout the postseason -- maybe it has been unfairly minimized as the dynasty's middle child. Meanwhile, in the present day, B…
 
Was winning 107 games bad for the Giants? Matthew ponders this question while drinking a cocktail inspired by a listener and Ben drinks a minty classic. On the baseball side of things the two masochists review the state of the Giants organization, who's to blame, and how to fix it. (Hint: Aaron Judge) Next weeks cocktails: from Matthew, the Bella L…
 
They're not done yet. The San Francisco Giants needed to get hot in a hurry after a miserable start to the second half, and to they're credit they've been able to do it. The Giants won their fourth straight last night behind a gritty Alex Cobb, and improved to 7-2 since they were swept at home in a four-game series by the Dodgers. This is a soft po…
 
Thairo! The San Francsico Giants' unsung infielder delivered a walk-off home run on Sunday, securing a much-needed three-game sweep of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Estrada has emerged as an important player on the Giants this season, and this wasn't the first time he hit a late-inning bomb that helped the Giants win a game. Down by a run with one out in…
 
The San Francisco Giants need to get hot in a hurry. They have a golden opportunity coming up, with the Giants' next 12 games against teams that are under .500. It all starts tonight with the Pittsburgh Pirates coming into town. Do the Giants need to sweep? Maybe. But winning two out of three is basically a necessity for the SF Giants, who enter pl…
 
Alex Pavlovic and Cole Kuiper discuss the Giants’ path to the post season as the team makes a push for the playoff, and if that push will be hindered by the injury bug, including an update on Joey Bart. Plus, they reminisce on the 2012 season ahead of the reunion. (1:31) How does losing the series to the Padres shape the Giants' playoff chances? (3…
 
With Baggs out this week, Melissa Lockard is filling in with Grant to talk about the state of the Giants farm system and what has went wrong & right so far this season. Injuries and slow starts for players have really moved the Giants farm system a little behind this season. They talk about how a lot of the Giants players in Triple A Sacramento don…
 
The San Francisco Giants’ 2022 season has been disappointing, and it’s just about time to start thinking about the future. There is reason for optimism in that respect, and the Giants announced some welcome news this week. Casey Schmitt, who’s been tearing it up all season offensively and defensively for the High-A Eugene Emeralds, was promoted to …
 
The San Francisco Giants had a chance to cut their deficit in the wild card race down to 3.5 games, but instead they lead San Diego trailing in the standings by a season-high 7.5 games. The Giants won the first game of the series, and were in position to win the next two, but lost both in crushing fashion. They rallied against Padres closer Josh Ha…
 
All of a sudden, Joey Bart and Camilo Doval look like foundational future pieces for the San Francisco Giants. They brighten the outlook for next year's Giants, but they also have kept things interesting for the 2022 team that's still in the mix for a playoff spot. Matching up with the third wild card Padres is good for the Giants, and the first ga…
 
Suddenly, the San Francisco Giants find themselves in an urgent position. The Padres, losers of four of five in the Juan Soto era, has fallen to third in the wild card standings. That's the position the SF Giants have been chasing, and the timing is good since the Giants are set to begin a three-game series in San Diego on Monday night. If the Gian…
 
Will Clark joins Alex Pavlovic to discuss the advice he gave Joey Bart after his tough start to the season, what the future holds for the Giants with the youth movement in the farm system and how it feels to have his jersey retired by San Francisco. Plus, Alex and Cole Kuiper discuss if the series win against the A’s is a turning point for the Gian…
 
Andy and Grant discuss the continued stretch of bad baseball by the Giants. Not getting much production from the minor leaguers coming up. A look at the main contributing factors causing the Giants struggles. How the NL West got a little tougher. The effects of the Giants not making enough moves this past offseason. Some of the positives for the Gi…
 
Aaron Judge to the San Francisco Giants? There's reason to believe he might actually want to play here, given that he grew up rooting for the Giants. San Francisco only has about $66.5 million on the books for 2023, so there's no reason they couldn't add a player of Judge's caliber even if they maintain the disappointing trend of spending about $16…
 
Farhan Zaidi joins Alex Pavlovic to discuss the Giants’ pursuit of Juan Soto, the reasons San Francisco decided to hold steady at the MLB trade deadline and what the future holds for some of the standout prospects in the minors. Plus, Alex and Cole Kuiper weigh in on the passing of Vin Scully and Gabe Kapler’s first ejection as the Giants manager. …
 
The San Francisco Giants have another roster crunch upcoming, with several players set to return from the injured list in the coming days. How they're going to fit those players onto the roster remains to be seen. Prior to last night's game, speedy outfielder Bryce Johnson was added to the Giants' roster. Johnson gives the SF Giants a rare element …
 
It was the trade deadline that wasn't. Sell? Buy? Watch the paint dry? Well, Matthew is watching the paint dry with a Thrilling new cocktail while Ben is drinking a cocktail to match his bitter mood. On the baseball side of things they discuss that non-existent trade deadline, how the Giants are going to compete with the Dodgers & Padres in the lon…
 
The San Francisco Giants are stuck in the middle. From their 50-52 record to their half-hearted deadline, the SF Giants are in purgatory. They are neither awful nor great. They neither bought nor sold. This is the Giants' fourth year under Farhan Zaidi, and they have yet to make an aggressive move one way or the other. Sure, they've brought in some…
 
Alex Pavlovic and Cole Kuiper break down the Giants’ decision to hold on to Carlos Rodón and Joc Pederson, the reasons San Francisco parted ways with Darin Ruf and Curt Casali and where the team stands in the NL West after the Padres made the blockbuster trade for Juan Soto and the Dodgers acquired Joey Gallo. (1:36) Giants keep Rodón, Pederson at …
 
In the end, the San Francisco Giants were sellers, but they didn't sell their top assets. The Giants traded Darin Ruf to the Mets in a deal that brought back J.D. Davis and three minor leaguers. They traded Curt Casali and Matt Boyd to the Seattle Mariners. And the Giants traded Trevor Rosenthal, just signed less than two weeks ago, to the Milwauke…
 
First off, hat tip to Crazy Crabbers (and Duane Kuiper) for inspiring this episode's title, which tracks the moves the Giants made at the 2022 deadline. Did they do enough to make the final two months of this season more interesting and/or set themselves up to be more interesting in the next couple of seasons? Bryan and Doug have answers to both! D…
 
The MLB trade deadline is just over 24 hours away, and the San Francisco Giants could be major players, potentially in both directions. Carlos Rodón could be the best starting pitcher available if the Giants decide to move him, which is a very real possibility. The Reds got a major haul for ace starter Luis Castillo, who is under club control throu…
 
Andy and Grant discuss how interesting it will be where this MLB trade deadline goes. A look at live trades. The need for depth on the Giants roster. Should everyone on the roster be up to trade? What type of defensive moves the Giants will make? And how the Giants have pieces to move out of their bullpen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit me…
 
Alex Pavlovic and Cole Kuiper discuss the upcoming MLB trade deadline, the likelihood Carlos Rodón is traded and if Joc Pederson’s concussion changes the chances he is moved. Plus, is defense the key to a Giants playoff run? (1:36) Has Rodón pitched his last game for the Giants? (9:09) Who else has the potential to be traded? (12:30) Where will Sot…
 
For years Bryan has said that the Giants have reached the end of the line with a core group of players. Is this finally the year when he's right? The Giants don't seem to be firmly in the buy or sell camp, but given the dismaying results from the farm system, surely, obviously, they must be sellers looking to add some near-ML talent, right? RIGHT? …
 
The San Francisco Giants are in limbo. On the one hand, they've played terrible baseball since the All-Star break, are below .500, and are out of playoff position. On the other, the Giants are still in the race (FanGraphs gives them about a 25% chance of making the postseason) and their run differential suggests they should be a few wins better. Th…
 
Andy and Grant discuss the Giants struggles on the road. Can the Giants be buyers and sellers at the trade deadline? The need for the Giants to make moves. A look at players that could fit the Giants roster. What the Giants are looking for. And how the Giants still have an opportunity to turn things around. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit m…
 
The San Francisco Giants may very well be sellers. Their awful performance coming out of the All-Star break has the Giants two games below .500 and 3.5 games out of the third and final Wild Card position. If the SF Giants sell, Carlos Rodón figures to be their best trade chip and one of the top players available at the deadline. What exactly could …
 
Will Juan Soto save this train wreck of a season? Can anyone save this season? Do we care if the Giants win the Soto sweepstakes. Our alchemists ponder these questions while Matthew drinks a spicy avocado (yikes) concoction and Ben quaffs a sweet and tart Pink Lady. Also discussed: how good is Juan Soto anyway, can the Giants improve their defense …
 
Duane Kuiper joins Alex Pavlovic and Cole Kuiper to discuss if the Giants should make a splashy move and trade for Juan Soto, the struggles the team is facing right now and what Farhan Zaidi should be focusing on. Plus, Alex and Cole break down if the Giants should be buyers or sellers this season. (1:51) Giants swept by Diamondbacks in Arizona (9:…
 
The San Francisco Giants are in a tailspin. They've lost seven straight coming out of the All-Star break. They're two games below .500. Their playoff odds are fading fast. With less than a week until the trade deadline, the Giants increasingly look like they'll be sellers. Who's to blame for the Giants' unacceptably poor performance in 2022? Most o…
 
The San Francsico Giants' downward spiral continued last night with a humiliating 7-0 loss to the last-place Arizona Diamondbacks. The Giants don't look like a competitive team right now, and their playoffs odds are down to about 33%, according to FanGraphs. The trade deadline is officially one week away, and the big question for the Giants is: wha…
 
Andy & Grant are here to talk about the Dodgers taking 4 straight from the Giants down in LA & what is next for the Giants. The Giants continue to make so many mistakes in the field and the Dodgers took advantage of those in the 4 game sweep. The guys talk about how guys haven't stepped on the major league roster and in the minors to fill in for st…
 
"Not good enough. Really frustrating. A level of play that is just not going to be acceptable for us." Those were San Francisco Giants Manager Gabe Kapler's words after the SF Giants got completely overwhelmed by the Dodgers en route to their first four-game sweep vs. their rivals since 1995. The Giants looked like the far inferior team all weekend…
 
Let's ignore for the moment that the Giants are 16.5 games and $100+ million in payroll behind the Dodgers and focus on the clearer fact that they're just 48-47 with 67 to play. Oh sure, they could definitely go 37-30 and hope that 85-77 is enough to get into the playoffs, but does that seem probable even if it's plausible? Bryan thinks that with C…
 
Alex Pavlovic and Cole Kuiper discuss the Giants’ disappointing series in Los Angeles against the Dodgers, what Carlos Rodón’s trade value could be and if San Francisco should make a play for Juan Soto. Plus, tune in to the first installment of "Homegrown," a Logan Webb feature. (1:51) Giants swept by Dodgers in LA (6:59) Should the Giants have pin…
 
The Giants' loss to the Dodgers last night was heartbreaking, and it was a microcosm of their season. Sloppy defense hurt the pitching. The Giants' bats went through stretches of being ice cold, only to awaken at times. Darin Ruf's game-tying grand slam could've been one of the best moments in the season, but a less-effective bullpen coughed up the…
 
Was Friday night’s game an omen or an echo? Matthew ponders this question over a bourbon and Campari concoction while Ben muses over a nutty classic. On the baseball side of things our diehards discuss the low point of the season, the great comeback against Josh Hader and the Brewers, and why you never leave a game early. They finish with predictio…
 
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