Barry Bonds, MLB's career home run leader, is part of internal discussions among the Marlins to join the team's coaching staff, a source told ESPN.
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Johnny Cueto reportedly turned down a six-year, $120 million contract offer. So what would it take to sign him and who's going to step to the plate?
Giants could turn to Justin Upton
If San Francisco is looking to move on from its Angel Pagan-Gregor Blanco platoon in the outfield, Upton might be a fit. However, his career numbers at AT&T Park aren't pretty. Upton's potential landing spots
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Zack Greinke's free agent talks are quietly picking up steam, according to two people with knowledge of the situation. The Dodgers and Giants are the principal suitors for Greinke, and it's believed that both teams would like some clarity in the event they lose out in the bidding and have to go in a different direction.
Crawford is majors' No. 2 shortstop
Buster Olney notes that the Giants' Brandon Crawford has added improved hitting to his already-outstanding work in the field. Top 10 shortstops (Insider)
Tony Blengino uses deeper metrics to explain why the San Francisco Giants, who are reportedly interested in signing Zack Greinke, should leave the starting pitcher for another team.
Matt Duffy is majors' No. 8 at 3B
That ranking from Buster Olney comes after Duffy has played only one season as the Giants' regular third baseman. Olney admits some might consider that somewhat low. Top 10 third basemen (Insider)
From The Mag: A Giant friendship
San Francisco's most gripping sports story isn't on the playing field. It's up in the broadcast booth, where one of the team's most popular and enduring figures is fighting an epic battle ... with a little help. Krukow and Kuiper
San Francisco in on John Lackey?
The Giants are reportedly among the teams interested in the free-agent right-hander as they look to bolster their rotation. MLB rumors roundup
President Barack Obama recognized 17 Americans with the nation's highest civilian award Tuesday, including Baseball Hall of Famers Willie Mays and Yogi Berra, who died in December.
Giants should be favorites in NL West
The Giants are on mission to get back to the World Series, and they are not a team to bet against this offseason or next year, writes Jim Bowden. MLB status check (Insider)
The star power that existed in the NL during Willie Mays' time made MVP voting pretty difficult. But was there something else going on?
Dodgers' focus shifting to Greinke?
With a new manager in tow, Los Angeles' top priority looks as if it will be re-signing Zack Greinke. However, the NL West rival Giants are reportedly in the hunt for the ace as well. MLB rumors roundup
Bumgarner still among elite starters
What was a subpar 2015 season for Madison Bumgarner wasn't enough to keep the Giants left-hander out of Buster Olney's top-10 rankings for next season. Top starters (Insider)
Slugger Chris Davis should have an opportunity to stay with the Orioles, but he also figures to be heavily pursued by the Cardinals and Astros.
Plenty of pluses come with Mike Leake
He's no ace, but he's young, relatively inexpensive and won't cost any team that signs him a draft pick. It's no wonder why Leake will be getting interest from more than just the Giants this offseason. Second-tier steals (Insider)
Interest in Shelby Miller growing?
The Braves reportedly discussed a deal with the Diamondbacks, though talks didn't get far. The Giants and Dodgers are also believed to have checked in on Miller. MLB rumors roundup
Plenty of interest in Joakim Soria
According to reports, the free-agent reliever is on the radar of several teams, including the Rangers, Royals, Twins and Giants. Who's the front-runner for his services? MLB rumors roundup
The Giants have bet on Brandon Crawford by signing him to a new deal, and it may be Brandon Belt's turn next.
The Giants announced Tuesday that they have signed Brandon Crawford to a new, six-year deal. The contract is worth $75 million.
Crawford inks 6-year deal with Giants
Brandon Crawford, a Bay Area native, hit a career-high .256 with 21 HRs, 33 doubles, 65 runs and 84 RBIs on his way to winning the NL Gold Glove and Silver Slugger Awards at SS. FOX's Ken Rosenthal reports the deal is for $75M.
Is Bruce Bochy one of all-time best?
The 2014 world champion Giants won 84 games this season and missed the playoffs. So why does Jonah Keri argue that Bochy isn't just one of the best managers in the game today, but one of the best of all time? Manager of the Year: The case for Bochy
Buster Olney lays out the biggest hole on contending teams such as the Giants and Red Sox, looks at numbers behind the ROY awards, plus notes/links.
George Genovese, who had managed in the minors for a decade when the Giants assigned him to scout, died Sunday at the age of 93.