Hunter Pence put the Giants ahead of the Rockies in the fifth inning of last night’s game with a two-run home run to center. Unfortunately for him, the man on base was pitcher Johnny Cueto.
San Francisco Giants outfielder Hunter Pence transformed into an eerily accurate Napoleon Dynamite for Halloween, with his fiancée Alexis Cozombolidis dressing up as his sidekick, Pedro. Pence’s costume was one of the better athlete costumes this year, up there with Paul Pierce sitting on the bench as Rick James.
You know how sometimes it’s awful to watch another person put in a contact lens? Here’s Hunter Pence fouling a ball off his own eye. He finished the at-bat afterward, incredibly, though with a strikeout.
[Hunter Pence mugs as Barack Obama welcomes the defending-champion Giants to the White House. Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images.]
Hunter Pence's MLB-leading 383-consecutive-game streak will come to an end after his ulna was fractured by a Corey Black pitch today. He is expected to miss six to eight weeks.
This is the week when most MLB teams have their official Photo Day, meaning that we have once again been graced with a bunch of pictures of professional athletes looking like awkward eighth-graders. We browsed through a bunch of this year’s crop and found our favorites. Blue Jays catcher Jack Murphy, who looks eager…
Giants outfielder Hunter Pence made an excellent catch in the ninth inning of Game 4 last night, but please watch the slow-mo replay. Look at Pence's crazed face. It's a combination of the Michael Jordan tongue wag and the eyes of someone who locked eyes with Medusa.
Hunter Pence shitting all over Erin Andrews's question was bad enough, but then he had to go and make things even worse by apologizing for it. The last thing you want to hear from someone who just made things awkward is "Uh, sorry for making things awkward."
It's not easy playing right field at AT&T Park. The wall is 24 feet high (in honor of Willie Mays), and it is made up of three different surfaces: brick, fence, and padding. A right fielder trying to play the wall has to figure out which surface the ball is likely to hit, and how hard (and where) it will bounce. The…
CSN Bay Area brought San Francisco fans the breadth of celebration live from the Giants' clubhouse tonight as they claimed a spot in the postseason. Part of that coverage was an extremely foul-mouthed, and unbleeped, speech by Hunter Pence.
Did you think you were safe because the weekend was over, Hunter Pence? Sick burns take NO DAYS OFF.
Damn! Are you going to defend yourself, Hunter Pence, or let this dude trash your parallel parking skills?
Hunter Pence's goofy-ass swing shouldn't work, and yet sometimes, everything in his hitting motion connects, and a baseball visits the upper deck of Chase Field.
Anyone who's ever watched Giants outfielder Hunter Pence play baseball has had at least one of the following thoughts cross their mind: Why does he run like that? Why does he throw like that? Who the hell taught this guy how to play baseball?
Hunter Pence demolished a ball in the first inning of tonight's Giants-Rockies game. Even though the feat happened at Coors Field, where balls regularly get knocked out of the park, it's still damn impressive.
Game 2 of this World Series most definitely did not follow the Game 1 script that we witnessed Wednesday night. On this cool evening, Madison Bumgarner and Doug Fister wowed both sides with an impressive arsenal of pitches that put location and movement beyond speed and power. Either San Francisco or Detroit full-well…
OK, so technically that's impossible, but look at this thing! In the bottom of the third, as Hunter Pence's bat explodes in his hands, the ball makes its way down the barrel of the bat, hopping all the way like some kind of concussed bouncing Mickey Mouse head in a Sing-Along Song. Pence wound up with a double and…