Baseball executives from around the league feel the two Bay Area teams are amongst the best in the game right now.
ESPN ranked the Giants as the top team in their first offseason power rankings, with the rival LA Dodgers coming in ranked sixth.
The San Francisco Giants have been reunited with Andres Torres, as the club announced a one-year, $2 million deal with the 34-year-old outfielder on Thursday, according to a report.
The 2012 World Series MVP told the Venezuelan Press that he will be a judge in the 2012 Miss Universe Pageant, which will be held on Dec. 19 in Las Vegas.
Pagan has secured the longest, most lucrative deal of his career -- a four-year, $40 million pact with the Giants.
Despite the San Francisco Giants desire for a right-handed hitting platoon partner for Gregor Blanco, a spot for which Cody Ross would seem to be a perfect fit, Giants fans shouldn't hold their breath for Ross' return to the Bay Area.
The San Francisco Giants haven't completely ruled out the possibility of re-signing free agent closer Brian Wilson, but the club did not speak to Wilson or his representatives at the Winter Meetings in Nashville, according to a report.
After missing most of the 2012 season due to Tommy John surgery, "The Beard" is slated to be back in action in 2013.
The Giants have re-signed second basemen Marco Scutaro, who helped lead them to a World Series in 2012