Zito brought the Giants their 1st win of the season and is the first Giant to pitch a shutout at Coors Field, which opened in 1995. Check out Giants Beat Reporter/Writer, Henry Schulman's thoughts and notes on Zito's shutout at Coor's Field and why we're (Giants) off today. #Zito #SFGiants

Thoughts and notes on Barry Zito’s shutout at Coors Field

Zito brought the Giants their 1st win of the season and is the first Giant to pitch a shutout at Coors Field, which opened in 1995. Check out Giants Beat Reporter/Writer, Henry Schulman's thoughts and notes on Zito's shutout at Coor's Field and why we're (Giants) off today. #Zito #SFGiants

Henry Schulman's Photo: Get this bleeping loser out of the press box. | Lockerz

Henry Schulman's Photo: Get this bleeping loser out of the press box. | Lockerz

Report: Giants acquire Gordon Beckham from Braves = The San Francisco Giants have acquired infielder Gordon Beckham from the Atlanta Braves for cash, in an effort to shore up the infield for the last week of the season, MLB.com Mark Bowman’s reports. Henry Schulman.....

Report: Giants acquire Gordon Beckham from Braves = The San Francisco Giants have acquired infielder Gordon Beckham from the Atlanta Braves for cash, in an effort to shore up the infield for the last week of the season, MLB.com Mark Bowman’s reports. Henry Schulman.....

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Matt Williams fondly recalls S.F. days By Henry Schulman Updated 5:28 pm, Monday, July 20, 2015   4            Giants third baseman Matt Williams closes his eyes after flying out in the eighth inning in a losing effort to the Colorado Rockies in 1994. Photo: Chris Stewart, The Chronicle / Chris Stewart Photo: Chris Stewart, The Chronicle / Chris Stewart Giants third baseman Matt Williams closes his eyes after flying out in the eighth inning in a losing effort to the Colorado Rockies in 1994.

Matt Williams fondly recalls S.F. days By Henry Schulman Updated 5:28 pm, Monday, July 20, 2015 4 Giants third baseman Matt Williams closes his eyes after flying out in the eighth inning in a losing effort to the Colorado Rockies in 1994. Photo: Chris Stewart, The Chronicle / Chris Stewart Photo: Chris Stewart, The Chronicle / Chris Stewart Giants third baseman Matt Williams closes his eyes after flying out in the eighth inning in a losing effort to the Colorado Rockies in 1994.

Twelve hours after earning a win in his Giants debut, Johnny Cueto runs and high-steps the stairs in the lower deck at Miller Park on Wednesday. Photo: Henry Schulman

Jeff Samardzija wobbly in Giants’ first loss; Dodgers next

Twelve hours after earning a win in his Giants debut, Johnny Cueto runs and high-steps the stairs in the lower deck at Miller Park on Wednesday. Photo: Henry Schulman

Henry Schulman, Alex Pavlovic, Chris Haft, and Andrew Baggarly. SF Giants Beat Writers

Henry Schulman, Alex Pavlovic, Chris Haft, and Andrew Baggarly. SF Giants Beat Writers

Something was missing from spring training last year, the sound of Willie Mays’ voice inside the clubhouse at Scottsdale Stadium.  Mays wasted no time flying to Arizona to take his familiar seat at the “Hall of Fame” table inside the clubhouse, making what ordinarily is an annual visit.  Just before he was due to travel, he fell and injured a rib.  Henry Schulman is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.

Willie Mays is back, and all is right in the Giants’ world

Something was missing from spring training last year, the sound of Willie Mays’ voice inside the clubhouse at Scottsdale Stadium. Mays wasted no time flying to Arizona to take his familiar seat at the “Hall of Fame” table inside the clubhouse, making what ordinarily is an annual visit. Just before he was due to travel, he fell and injured a rib. Henry Schulman is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.

Clemente Bridge, Allegheny River, PNC Park: Pittsburgh, PA. Credit: Henry Schulman

Clemente Bridge, Allegheny River, PNC Park: Pittsburgh, PA. Credit: Henry Schulman

Giants lose as historic sellout streak ends = The San Francisco Giants saw their historic sellout streak end during their 5-3 loss to the Cleveland Indians on Monday night, according to Henry Schulman of The San Francisco Chronicle. Before Monday, the Giants had.....

Giants lose as historic sellout streak ends = The San Francisco Giants saw their historic sellout streak end during their 5-3 loss to the Cleveland Indians on Monday night, according to Henry Schulman of The San Francisco Chronicle. Before Monday, the Giants had.....

Pagan has decided to sit out the 2017 season to spend time with his family according to El Vocero, and as unearthed by Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle.

Pagan has decided to sit out the 2017 season to spend time with his family according to El Vocero, and as unearthed by Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle.

SF Giants’ Tim Lincecum no-hits Padres — again Posted on Wednesday, June 25 at 3:24 pm / By Henry Schulman

SF Giants’ Tim Lincecum no-hits Padres — again

SF Giants’ Tim Lincecum no-hits Padres — again Posted on Wednesday, June 25 at 3:24 pm / By Henry Schulman

Tim Lincecum ran to the mound for his first spring outing Tuesday and noticed the new between-innings countdown clock in center field, with big red numbers telling him how much time he had to complete his warm-ups.  Lincecum then began his spring when he pitched the third inning against the A’s.  Lincecum was happy with his fastball command, which helped him build 0-2 counts to each of his four hitters.  Lincecum’s fastball hovered around 89 mph, but he cared less about the velocity and more…

Solid first outing encourages Giants’ Tim Lincecum

Tim Lincecum ran to the mound for his first spring outing Tuesday and noticed the new between-innings countdown clock in center field, with big red numbers telling him how much time he had to complete his warm-ups. Lincecum then began his spring when he pitched the third inning against the A’s. Lincecum was happy with his fastball command, which helped him build 0-2 counts to each of his four hitters. Lincecum’s fastball hovered around 89 mph, but he cared less about the velocity and more…

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06-18-2013: Last night, Giants beat writer for the San Francisco Chronicle, Henry Schulman tweeted; "COMFIRMED: Arroyo is in Arizona to get his physical, which means the #sfgiants and their top pick must have a deal in place." Arroyo's prospect profile: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1664869-christian-arroyo-prospect-profile-for-san-francisco-giants-1st-round-pick

Christian Arroyo: Prospect Profile for San Francisco Giants' 1st-Round Pick

06-18-2013: Last night, Giants beat writer for the San Francisco Chronicle, Henry Schulman tweeted; "COMFIRMED: Arroyo is in Arizona to get his physical, which means the #sfgiants and their top pick must have a deal in place." Arroyo's prospect profile: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1664869-christian-arroyo-prospect-profile-for-san-francisco-giants-1st-round-pick

Could this be Brian Wilson’s final week as a Giant?

Why this could be Brian Wilson’s final week as a Giant

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