Henry Schulman, SF Chronicle

Henry Schulman

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Past articles by Henry:

Henry Schulman: It's time for this Giants beat writer to step away

Henry Schulman, who has covered the Giants for the past three and a half decades, including 23 seasons for The Chronicle, is leaving the paper and retiring from daily journalism. He explains why. → Read More

Report: Giants’ Kevin Gausman accepts qualifying offer and will return in 2021

Right-hander Kevin Gausman, who emerged as the Giants’ best starter in the shortened 2020 season, will return in 2021 after accepting an $18.9 million qualifying offer, ESPN reported Wednesday. → Read More

Former Giant Mac Williamson sues club over concussion that 'ended my career'

Former San Francisco Giants outfielder Mac Williamson says he has sued the team over the concussion he sustained when tripping over a bullpen mound and crashing head-first into a wall at Oracle Park in 2018. → Read More

Former Giants coach Tim Flannery fighting staph infection in San Diego hospital

Tim Flannery, the former San Francisco Giants third-base coach and now musician and activist, has been fighting a stubborn staph infection in a San Diego hospital for nine days, but he has improved, his family said in a statement. → Read More

Giants eliminate about 50 jobs in wake of coronavirus-shutdown revenue losses

The San Francisco Giants said Friday they were eliminating roughly 10% of their 500 full-time jobs in the business and baseball operations departments, which means about 50 layoffs, in light of revenue losses caused by the pandemic shutdown. → Read More

How Giants navigated year of COVID, social justice, newcomers at the helm

The San Francisco Giants navigated coronavirus and social-justice issues in the shortened 2020 season. Every team did, but the Giants had the added challenge of a radically different manager and coaching staff. → Read More

Giants’ Longoria: Bart felt ‘isolated’ in rookie year and ‘really needed Buster here’

San Francisco Giants third baseman Evan Longoria, responding to a question about Joey Bart’s rookie season, said the 23-year-old struggled without Buster Posey around and sometimes felt ‘isolated’ as he tried to learn in the majors on the fly. → Read More

Giants’ season was a successful failure that hinged on more than one Kapler decision

The San Francisco Giants’ 2020 season was a successful failure, with the sting of a bad final week overshadowing a run that nobody expected and hinging on much more than one Gabe Kapler decision in the last series. → Read More

Giants' Yastrzemski wins 2020 Willie Mac Award in vote of teammates, fans

San Francisco Giants right fielder Mike Yastrzemski, a living definition of perseverance, won the 2020 Willie Mac Award as the teams’ most inspirational player in a vote of teammates, trainers, coaches and fans. → Read More

Giants’ two-time ring winner Hunter Pence announces retirement

Hunter Pence, whose two terms with the San Francisco Giants made him one of the most popular players in the club’s history, announced his retirement on social media Saturday after 14 seasons. → Read More

Giants end frustrating split with Rockies by blowing early lead, losing in 11

The San Francisco Giants had a 3-0 lead by the second inning, but they fell to the Rockies 5-4 in 11 innings to complete a frustrating game and disappointing series split ahead of their final four games against the Padres. → Read More

Giants, Johnny Cueto have no fun against Rockies in loss to open final homestand

The San Francisco Giants came home for the final homestand with a directive to understand the urgency of their playoff push but not forget to stay loose and have fun. That was hard to do in Johnny Cueto’s worst start in San Francisco and a loss to the Rockies. → Read More

Giants return to Oracle for final playoff push after homer-fueled rout of A’s

The San Francisco Giants got are coming home for the final week of the 2020 season still in the hunt for a National League wild card, sticking close to their competitors with a homer-fueled rout of the A’s that included a Brandon Crawford grand slam. → Read More

Giants overcome Yaz injury, Anderson ejection in comeback victory against M's

The San Francisco Giants had much to overcome Thursday, including Mike Yastrzemski’s departure with an injury, starter Tyler Anderson’s ejection and a three-run deficit. They did it, beating the Mariners to complete a sweep for the season series. → Read More

Giants snuffed by Clevenger, Padres in return from COVID-test postponements

The San Francisco Giants lost and looked listless in the first game of Sunday’s doubleheader against the Padres, which might have had more to do with facing Mike Clevenger than their two-day layoff after a positive coronavirus test. → Read More

Giants fall to Padres in opener, but Smyly a strikeout machine in injury return

The San Francisco Giants fell behind 3-0 five batters into Thursday night’s series opener against the Padres and had their five-game win streak snapped, but they got an electric relief appearance from Drew Smyly in his return from the injured list. → Read More

Samardzija's Giants tenure ending quietly, with no firm plans for IL return

San Francsico Giants pitcher Jeff Samardzija is quietly winding down his five years with the Giants, with his shoulder stronger but no firm plans on how the staff might use him over the final three weeks of the season. → Read More

Giants' Dickerson comes tantalizingly close to 4-homer night in rout of Rockies

San Francisco Giants left fielder tied Willie Mays for the most total bases in modern franchise history, 16, with three homers and two doubles. In the ninth inning of a 23-5 rout, Dickerson nearly hit his fourth. → Read More

Giants’ Coonrod retires 3 tough Diamondbacks in order for 1st big-league save

The San Franicsco Giants picked an intersting time to give Sam Coonrod his first big-league save chance. If it was a test ahead of Monday’s trade deadline, he aced it, getting three tough Diamondbacks to ground out. → Read More

Giants score late win against Diamondbacks in final game before trade deadline

The San Francisco Giants finally won a road series, beating the Diamondbacks on Sunday with a late rally in the final game ahead of Monday’s trade deadline. Potential trade bait Johnny Cueto carried a shutout into the seventh. → Read More