Because of a quiet offseason, many critics and fans alike have written the San Francisco Giants out of contention for a playoff run. What people seem to forget however is that much of the current team … [Read more...] about Why the San Francisco Giants will be a surprise contender
With a little over one week under the Spring Training belt, the San Francisco Giants have looked as advertised, with a couple of pleasant surprises, and some obvious areas that need to improve if they … [Read more...] about San Francisco Giants: Who’s hot, and who’s cold in spring training
The San Francisco Giants haven’t had a star power hitter since Barry Bonds ruled Major League Baseball. With news of the Giants having heavy interest in slugger Bryce Harper, the question being posed … [Read more...] about San Francisco Giants: How much should they invest?
After a couple of seasons that featured an extremely competitive NL West, the division will be much quieter this time around. The Los Angeles Dodgers are… well the Dodgers. They won’t be dropping out … [Read more...] about What the San Francisco Giants should do before the 2019 season
The Boston Red Sox defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-1 last night in Game 5 of the World Series, giving them their 4th title of the century. The Giants are second with 3, and last nights loss … [Read more...] about What the Postseason showed the San Francisco Giants
After losing to the Arizona Diamondbacks 4-3 last night, the Los Angeles Dodgers have their backs against the wall as they could potentially not make the playoffs this year as both the Colorado … [Read more...] about The Los Angeles Dodgers have no room for error in the final days of the season
In the month that I (unwillingly) took off from covering the Giants, everything that could have went wrong went wrong. My last entry in the Giants Mediocrity Journal™ was how the Giants were somehow … [Read more...] about How to enjoy the final two weeks of the San Francisco Giants’ season
Going into Dodger Stadium on Monday, the Giants were deemed to be dead. After an unconvincing split with the Pirates, where they were either outplayed or when they gained a lead they quickly almost … [Read more...] about The San Francisco Giants are somehow still in it
After two consecutive games in which the San Francisco Giants got seven shutout innings from their starting pitchers and lost, they seem to be officially out of the playoff hunt. They are now a game … [Read more...] about The San Francisco Giants are out… now what?
Ever since the days of the "Core Four" of relievers, consisting of the dominant quartet of Jeremy Affeldt, Santiago Casilla, Javier Lopez, and Sergio Romo, the Giants success seems to always be … [Read more...] about Ray Black could be the San Francisco Giants secret weapon