Giants Open Home Stand Hoping To Hang On To Wild Card SpotDennis O'Donnell reports on Giants kicking off final home stand with six games left (9-27-2016)
Giants Fan Beaten Into Coma Gives Hope To Patients At His Former Rehab CenterAlmost 5 years ago Giants fan Bryan Stow was brutally beaten outside Dodgers Stadium. Maria Medina reports on his return to the rehab center that treated him and his message of hope.
Security Guard Suffers Broken Leg Tackling Fan On Field At AT&T ParkA security guard was seriously injured during a security breach at AT&T Park.
Oakland Athletics May Get Waterfront Ballpark Near Jack London SquareThe Oakland Athletics may be getting their own waterfront ballpark near Oakland's Jack London Square. John Ramos reports. (8/24/16)
Girls Get A Baseball Tournament Of Their Own In San FranciscoMore than 200 girls from the U.S. and Canada, representing 20 teams, are in San Francisco for the second annual Baseball for All Tournament at Kezar Stadium. Sharon Chin reports. (7-23-16)
Former Baseball Umpire Passionate About New Opera CareerA former baseball umpire is singing his heart out, in the opera. Vern Glenn reports. (7/21/16)
Giants Catcher Buster Posey Hands Out 1,000 Gloves To KidsA thousand kids got a special treat from San Francisco Giants Catcher Buster Posey - a brand new glove. Don Ford reports. (7/5/16)
Women Play Pro Baseball For Sonoma StompersThe Stompers became the first co-ed independent Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Club team with two women in the starting lineup Friday evening. Sharon Chin reports. (7-1-16)
SF Muni Dedicates Cable Car 24 To Willie Mays On His 85th BirthdayGiants great Willie Mays appeared before city officials Friday afternoon as they dedicated S.F. Municipal Railway's cable car 24 to him at a ceremony at the Cable Car Museum. (8-6-16)
Warriors Fans Cheer On Team For Game 1 Win Against Trail BlazersThe Warriors shut down the Portland Trail Blazers in Game 1 at Oracle Sunday. Devin Fehely reports. (5/1/16)
Warriors Go For The NBA Win RecordThe Golden State Warriors are hoping to take win number 73 Wednesday night, securing a spot in NBA history. Mike Sugerman reports. (4/13/16)
New Season Brings New Changes To AT&T ParkJackie Ward reports on new features and policies at AT&T Park for fans and players (4/7/2016).
Giants Fans Thrilled For Team's Home Opener At AT&T ParkTeam coverage of fans and players arriving for San Francisco Giants home opener against Dodgers (4/7/2016)
Opening Day Arrives For San Francisco GiantsGiants senior VP of business operations Mario Alioto talks to KPIX 5's Jackie Ward about expectations ahead of Thursday's home opener against the Dodgers. (4/7/16)
Giants, A's Battle It Out In New TV AdsThe Oakland Athletics and the San Francisco Giants are playing the Battle of the Bay on the airwaves. Mike Sugerman reports. (3/30/16)
New Safety Net At AT&T Park Protecting Fans From Flying Balls, Broken BatsFans may notice a new safety net at next week's home opener game at AT&T Park in San Francisco. Emily Turner reports.
Vern Glenn At A's Spring TrainingIf finishing dead last in the AL West wasn't bad enough for A's fans, seeing Josh Donaldson win the MVP in Toronto must have been agony. Vern Glenn reports the franchise is hoping 2015 was just a fluke. (2-26-16)
Interview: Former Nationals Outfielder Denard Span Signed By GiantsVern Glenn talked with outfielder Denard Span who was signed by the Giants to a 3-year, 31-million-dollar deal. (1-8-16)
Newsmaker Interview: Larry Baer, CEO San Francisco GiantsProp D easily passed in last week's election, clearing the way for the Giants' development plans south of AT&T Park. San Francisco Giants CEO Larry Baer speaks with Phil Matier about the organization's long-term vision for the neighborhood. (11-8-15)
San Francisco Giants Propose New Neighborhood Near AT&T ParkWhile there is no World Series this year for the San Francisco Giants, the team is still in battle mode. Their fight this fall is about land near the ballpark. Phil Matier reports. (10/26/15)
A’s VP Billy Beane Among East Bay’s Biggest Water HogsThe East Bay Municipal Utility District has revealed their biggest water hogs, and among them is Oakland A’s executive Billy Beane. Christin Ayers reports. (10/15/15)
Coliseum City Investor Reveals Plans To Keep Oakland Sports Teams In TownInvestor Floyd Kephart revealed his plans for “Coliseum City” a development aimed to keep the Oakland Raiders, A’s and Warriors from leaving. Juliette Goodrich reports. (8/25/15)
‘Coliseum City’ Investors Submit Development PlanThe investors who are proposing a new stadium for the Raiders in Oakland have submitted their proposal to city and county officials. But details of the "Coliseum City" project won't be released to the public until next week. Da Lin reports. (8/21/15)
Volunteer Groundskeeper Keeps San Jose Little League Ballfields Green With Recycled WaterDan Seoane is keeping a San Jose Little League field green and pristine, all while cutting back on potable water use. There's one catch -- he has to bring the water from Dublin. Christian Hartnett reports. (7-9-15)