The SF Giants’ Upcoming Salary Issues

The recent offseason was spent harping on the issues caused by the Giants self-imposed salary cap. The budget limit of around $130 million prevented the Giants from re-signing Carlos Beltran or making any sort of big move in free agency. Fortunately, a series of shrewd moves by GM Brian Sabean revamped the Giants offense for pennies on the dollar (Or more »

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The Best Possible Giants’ Lineup

The Giants’ offense has been much improved from 2011, but it is still inconsistent. Bruce Bochy is always meddling with his lineups,  trying to get the most from his healthy bunch. Gregor Blanco has been a pleasant surprise this season, supplanting Nate Schierholtz from right field. Joaquin Arias, another spring training acquisition, has been a marvel on defense, and a more »

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Giants’ Roster Decisions Looming

The Giants have already felt the pain of the disabled list numerous times this season, however that is about to change. In the near future Pablo Sandoval and Ryan Theriot will return from injury. At some point Freddie Sanchez, Eric Surkamp and Dan Runzler could also recover and return to active duty. If all things go well recent signee Brad more »

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The Bizzaro Giants Lose 17-8 in Rocky Mountain Slugfest

Seinfeld creator Larry David couldn’t have scripted a weirder start to the Giants 2012 season. The Seinfeld episode “The Bizzaro Jerry” has Elaine finding a group of new friends that are similar but completely different than Jerry, George and Kramer. Those are your 2012 Giants, Bizzaro Jerry, George and Kramer, or Offense, Defense and Pitching. The 2010 Giants proved that more »

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