Topic: San Francisco Giants
Barry Bonds, seen by many fans as having irreparably harmed baseball, is sentenced to home detention, community service, probation, and a fine. Experts call the punishment appropriate for the crime.
12/16/2011 06:35 pm
Albert Pujols is now a free agent after spending 11 seasons with the Cardinals. The Marlins have made the multiple all-star a huge contract offer.
12/07/2011 10:20 am
Game 7: the St. Louis Cardinals won Game 7 to take home the World Series Commissioner's Trophy.
10/29/2011 02:15 am
World Series TV ratings are rising because this World Series is shaping up as a classic, with standout hitting and pitching performances.
10/24/2011 05:39 pm
A California lawmaker wants to set up a fund to pay people who help identify violent sports fans. His legislation comes after brutal attacks this year at Dodger Stadium and Candlestick Park.
08/24/2011 07:45 pm
Recent court cases – from Casey Anthony to Roger Clemens to Atlanta school teachers – may point to a prevalence of lying and cheating in US culture. Has America's moral compass gone haywire?
07/19/2011 03:24 pm
Slugger Barry Bonds was convicted on one of four perjury and obstruction charges, in connection with a probe of illegal steroid use. Ex-pitching ace Roger Clemens faces six charges – and may have a harder time avoiding conviction, experts say.
07/07/2011 05:40 pm
Bankruptcy filing by Dodgers owner Frank McCourt throws a curveball at Major League Baseball. But sports analysts say the move only delays the inevitable: MLB will find a new owner.
06/27/2011 04:08 pm
The brutal beating of a Giants fan at Dodger Stadium on Opening Day shook the entire city and led to a wave of cooperation with the LAPD – and renewed appreciation for its hard work.
05/28/2011 01:07 pm
In Pictures Top Dominican-born baseball players