The San Francisco Giants concluded the 2021 MLB First-Year Player Draft today. Overall, the Giants selected 14 pitchers (13 college pitchers and one high school pitcher), three infielders (one college and two high school) and three outfielders (two college and one high school).

GIANTS DRAFT SELECTIONS FROM DAY 3:

Donovan McIntyre, the Giants’ 11th round pick out of Marian Catholic High School in Illinois was named to the Class 3A Illinois High School Baseball Coaches Association All-State team in 2021.

With their 12th selection in the draft, the Giants selected RHP Landen Roupp out of UNC Wilmington. The four-year senior…


Through the first 10 rounds of the 2021 MLB First-Year Player Draft, the Giants have selected nine pitchers and one outfielder. The Giants have selected nine college players and one high school player.

GIANTS SELECT RHP WILL BEDNAR WITH THEIR FIRST ROUND PICK: The San Francisco Giants selected RHP Will Bednar (Mississippi State) with the 14th overall selection in the 2021 First-Year Player Draft yesterday.

The 6–2, 229-pound Bednar was 9–1 with a 3.12 ERA (32er, 92.1ip) in 19 games (16 starts) for Mississippi State in 2021 as the Bulldogs captured their first-ever national title by defeating Vanderbilt in this…


Janice “JJ’’ Conley. Ella Jordan and Riley Berg. Jack Schonherr and Anthony Serrano. Their stories are uniquely theirs and yet they’re ours, too: Each is a piece of our San Francisco. In these profiles, you’ll recognize the grit and resilience, the youthful hope and drive, that connect our city’s past and present, and us to one another.

The 2021 baseball season for San Francisco public high schools had been shortened to just four games, squeezed in at the tail end of the school year when COVID restrictions began to loosen. One game a week for four weeks. …


City Connected: Janice “JJ’’ Conley. Ella Jordan and Riley Berg. Jack Schonherr and Anthony Serrano. Their stories are uniquely theirs and yet they’re ours, too: Each is a piece of our San Francisco. In these profiles, you’ll recognize the grit and resilience, the youthful hope and drive, that connect our city’s past and present, and us to one another.

The bouncing basketballs reverberate through the phone like rolling thunder, which 21-year-old Janice “JJ’’ Conley no longer even hears. She talks right through it. She has lived her whole life in Bayview/Hunters Point. It can be a noisy place.

The basketballs…


City Connected: Janice “JJ’’ Conley. Ella Jordan and Riley Berg. Jack Schonherr and Anthony Serrano. Their stories are uniquely theirs and yet they’re ours, too: Each is a piece of our San Francisco. In these profiles, you’ll recognize the grit and resilience, the youthful hope and drive, that connect our city’s past and present, and us to one another.

Ella Jordan is the introvert who thrives in the spotlight. Riley Berg is the extrovert hidden behind a mask. …


Proof of Full Vaccination is Still Required if Sitting in a Fully Vaccinated Section

TICKETS FOR GAMES MAY 31-JUNE 20 GO ON SALE THIS FRIDAY, MAY 21 at 10 a.m. PDT

Starting with the Dodgers series this Friday, May 21, fans seated in socially distanced sections will NO LONGER be required to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test or vaccination for entry into Oracle Park. Fans sitting in fully vaccinated sections will still be required to show proof that they have completed their full vaccination regimen.

Tickets will go on public sale this Friday, May 21 at 10 a.m…


Inside Giant Moments presented by T-Mobile is back for Season 2 and have already dropped episodes with the VandyBoys (Mike Yastrzemski, Curt Casali, Tyler Beede, Sam Selman and 1st Base Coach Antoan Richardson)and Tommy La Stella. This week’s episode, which comes out today, is about growing up a Giants fan with Brandon Crawford, Mauricio Dubón, Alyssa Nakken and Donnie Ecker. Follow and listen to the entire series by clicking here


Health and safety remains our top priority. To learn more about our protocols, including testing and proof vaccination requirements and suggested testing sites, please visit http://sfgiants.com/fansafe.

1. Be there for Opening Day

Here is your chance to attend the Giants 2021 home opener! A limited number of seats were just released for Friday’s game. Locations include Bleachers and View Level, as well as Lower Box, Club Level, and Premium locations.

Seating Capacity is limited and tickets are available in socially distanced sets. Find your seat HERE.


City Approves up to 22% Fan Capacity beginning on April 9.

San Francisco Public Health order requires COVID-19 testing or full vaccinations, socially distanced seating pods in designated zones and face coverings.

For detailed information on our most up to date health and safety protocols at Oracle Park, please visit www.sfgiants.com/fansafe.

After a long year, the Giants will welcome fans back to Oracle Park on Opening Day, April 9. …


SFG Productions caught up with infielder/outfielder Mauricio Dubón after his busy offseason where he got married and also bulked up for the 2021 season by adding 12 pounds of muscle. Catch their conversation in Catchin’ Up, now available to watch on the Giants YouTube channel. He’s the first in a series of players they caught up with including Wilmer Flores, Mike Yastrzemski and others.

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