2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
21-14, 1st in NL West
Drew Robinson opens up on mental health while preparing for pro baseball comeback (3:00)
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Giants come through in the pinch, beat Rangers 3-1

— Mauricio Dubon broke a seventh-inning tie with a two-out, pinch-hit single, Alex Wood won for the fourth time in five starts and the San Francisco Giants beat the Texas Rangers 3-1 on Monday night.

Belt rips his eighth HR to open scoring (0:21)
16h
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ESPN Daily: Alive - The Drew Robinson Story

**NOTE: This episode originally aired on February 2nd, 2021** Twenty-nine-year-old Drew Robinson is attempting a Major League Baseball return unlike any other. Robinson worked his way through the minors for many years, and in 2017 he finally made the Texas Rangers’ Opening Day roster. But what followed was a bumpy path up and down between leagues and teams. All the while, Robinson struggled with mental health concerns. On April 16th, 2020, Drew Robinson attempted suicide. He lived. And now, with ongoing rehabilitation and therapy, Robinson worked his way back into professional baseball, as he has successfully made the roster for the San Francisco Giants Triple-A affiliate for the 2021 season. ESPN’s Senior MLB Insider Jeff Passan shares his reporting behind the ESPN+ special from E:60, “Alive: The Drew Robinson Story.”

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4dPaul Gutierrez

Mays arrives in style as Giants celebrate his 90th

Willie Mays rode into Oracle Park in a white and turquoise 1956 Oldsmobile convertible, waving his cap to a cheering crowd as the San Francisco Giants celebrated his 90th birthday.

Drew Robinson appears in first baseball game since suicide attempt (0:35)
5h
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5dJeff Passan

Giants' Robinson hitless in return to pro baseball

Drew Robinson returned to professional baseball on Thursday night, going hitless in his first game since surviving a suicide attempt and losing his right eye last year.

Why the Giants are Mendoza's surprise team (1:36)
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Appreciating Willie Mays' illustrious MLB career on his 90th birthday (3:39)
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The science behind Willie Mays' iconic catch (2:10)
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William Weinbaum ESPN 

As Willie Mays turns 90 Thu., remember his road from the Negro Leagues to a nonpareil MLB career. He told ESPN in 1997, "Being black, trying to get to the majors, I had to be, I'd say, 3 or 4 times better than maybe the whites." Bosox scout George Digby told us he recommended him in 1949: "I said this would be a helluva player to break the (team's) color line." Another scout recommended him to the Yankees that year. Neither team integrated for years. Mays signed with the Giants in ‘50.

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6dJeff Passan

Robinson, after losing eye, makes Triple-A roster

Drew Robinson, who lost his right eye in a suicide attempt in 2020, has made the opening day roster for the San Francisco Giants' Triple-A affiliate, the Sacramento River Cats, and could play as soon as Thursday.

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Blackmon's 3-run HR caps comeback as Rockies, Giants split

— Charlie Blackmon hit a three-run, two-out homer off Camilo Doval to cap a comeback from a four-run deficit in the final inning, giving the Colorado Rockies an 8-6 win over the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday night for a doubleheader split.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs15414th
Batting Average.22821st
On Base Percentage.31512th
Slugging Percentage.4087th
Earned Run Average3.407th
Quality Starts16Tied-3rd
WHIP1.156th
BAA.2178th