• This Date In Baseball - 04/17/2015 09:09 PM PDT
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    Giants pounded; losing streak at 8

    The Arizona Diamondbacks rocked Jake Peavy in a 9-0 win, handing the Giants their eighth loss in a row, their longest skid since 2007. 
    Giants lose in 12th; skid reaches 7 games
    The Giants rallied late against the Arizona Diamondback but couldn't avoid their seventh straight loss, 7-6 in 12 innings. 

    #BryanStow pitches @SJGiants home opener: Social media reaction
    The former Santa Cruz paramedic's public milestone drew fans Thursday to San Jose Municipal Stadium as the San Francisco Giants' Class A affiliate played the Bakersfield Blaze 

    Walk this way: San Carlos residents turn into ushers for Giants
    San Carlos residents turn into ushers for Giants 

    Arenado, Rockies sweep Giants
    Nolan Arenado hurts the Giants with his bat this time, clubbing a three-run homer off Tim Lincecum as Colorado extended the Giants' losing streak to six games. 

    Giants-Diamondbacks series at a glance
    Pitching matchups, times, TV for Giants-Diamondbacks four-game series 

    Comeback kid: Giants fan Bryan Stow continues his 'miraculous' recovery
    It's been four years since Bryan Stow was beaten into a coma by two Dodgers fans on opening day. Stow, 46, is a long way from where he hopes to be in the days and months and years ahead. Just how far can he go? No one's quite sure 

    Giants have high hopes for San Jose farmhand Tyler Beede
    San Francisco Giants have been successful developing their own starting pitchers, and Tyler Beede could be a candidate to follow in the footsteps of Madison Bumgarner, Matt Cain and Tim Lincecum 

    Giants lose 4-1 to Rockies
    San Francisco Giants offense lacking in loss to Colorado Rockies 

    Purdy: Giants raise the bar on raising championship banner
    You must give the Giants credit. They don't just win the World Series every other October. They keep inventing new and creative ways to raise their championship banners the following April. 

    Kawakami: Giants raise 2014 banner, but rough ride continues early in 2015
    SAN FRANCISCO -- They don't throw huge parties and raise large banners because winning championships is easy. 

    Bumgarner rides to the rescue during Giants' ceremony
    San Francisco Giants ace Madison Bumgarner stars during World Series banner raising by delivering the championship flag on horseback. 

    Giants raise banner, fall flat in home opener
    San Francisco Giants lose 2-0 to Colorado Rockies in their home opener after raising their third World Series championship banner in five years. 

    How @SFGiants celebrated #SFGOpeningDay: Social media reaction
    Fans and observers saw the returning World Series winners hoist their championship banner above AT&T Park for the season's first home game Monday 

    Giants-Rockies pitching matchups
    GIANTS VS. COLORADOMonday: Giants' Chris Heston (1-0, 0.00) vs. Rockies' Eddie Butler (0-0, 3.18), 1:35 p. 

    Padres beat Giants 6-4
    The ailing San Francisco Giants will take a 3-4 record into their home opener after losing 6-4 to the San Diego Padres. 

    Kawakami: San Francisco Giants owe much of their success to AT&T Park
    The Giants on Monday will open their 16th season at AT&T Park, a place that is at the heart of the team's success.  

    Bumgarner shelled, McGehee injured as Giants routed by Padres
    San Francisco Giants ace Madison Bumgarner gives up five runs on 10 hits in three innings in 10-2 loss to San Diego Padres, and third baseman Casey McGehee becomes the latest injured position player. 

    Padres beat Giants 1-0
    Tim Lincecum received no offensive support in his seven sanitized innings, and Jeremy Affeldt gave up a run-scoring double to Wil Myers in the eighth as the San Francisco Giants lost 1-0 to the San Diego Padres at Petco Park. 

    Where's the splash? Giants' AT&T Park no 'Splash Hit' mecca
    Fifteen years later, the notion of AT&T Park as a launching pad now feels obsolete. 

    Giants beat Padres 1-0 in 12 innings
    The San Francisco Giants beat San Diego 1-0 as Justin Maxwell hits a game-winning single in the 12th inning. 

    Giants 5, Diamondbacks 2: Rookie Chris Heston is impressive in delivering his first major league victory
    San Francisco's bats come alive to give Heston all the support he needs 

    San Jose Giants loaded with top prospects
    San Francisco Giants' Single-A affiliate in San Jose will have five of the organization's top prospects, according to rankings compiled by Baseball America, including pitcher Tyler Beede, the Giants' No. 1 prospect. 

    San Francisco Giants dogged by injuries in loss to Arizona Diamondbacks
    Two D'back three-run home runs are too much for the Giants to overcome as they are edged in Arizona. 

    Giants' Brandon Belt exits with injury in fourth inning
    Giants first baseman Brandon Belt left Tuesday's game in the fourth inning after he pulled up lame while starting after a foul pop.  

    Giants' Matt Cain on disabled list; Jake Peavy may join him
    Peavy's back is still tight after throwing session 

    Giants hang on, beat Diamondbacks 5-4
    San Francisco Giants ace Madison Bumgarner picks up where he left off in the World Series, and the Giants beat Arizona in the season opener after a near meltdown by the bullpen. 

    Giants' Cain likely head to disabled list
    San Francisco Giants right-hander Matt Cain has a strained tendon in his right arm and is expected to be sidelined for at least two weeks. 

    Telling him goodbye: Fond reader memories of Lon Simmons
    Friends, fans share their fondest memories of the great Bay Area announcer. 

    Giants fans tell Lon Simmons goodbye: Social media reaction
    Hall of Fame broadcaster, who also called games for the San Francisco 49ers and Oakland A's, dies at 91. 

     
     
     
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    Besides a documentary on Steve Jobs, what's good at SF Film Festival?

    San Francisco International Film Festival, best known for its global perspective, flouts flaunts its Bay Area connections in this year's 181 offerings.