The San Francisco Giants are in the midst of the National League West race. At 49-46, the team is just 3 games behind the Arizona Diamondbacks. So far, the Giants plan to contend is going accordingly … [Read more...] about San Francisco Giants: Should they make any trades?
After coming within a game and a half of first place, the Giants have been in a bit of a tailspin. After getting swept by the Rockies in Colorado and dropping two of the first three to the Cardinals … [Read more...] about San Francisco Giants shake up roster, look for spark
It seems safe to say that the Sam Dyson experiment has failed. The San Francisco Giants made Dyson their closer after Hunter Strickland broke his hand following a blown save. The decision to replace … [Read more...] about Who should be the San Francisco Giants new closer?
In a crucial battle between fringe playoff teams, the San Francisco Giants proved they are here for real, winning two of three from the Colorado Rockies, propelling them to a series win and widening … [Read more...] about San Francisco Giants lose late, turn sights to the Desert
The Giants are sitting at .500, 39-39 after taking Game 3 of the 4 game series with the San Diego Padres 5-3. This is not good, nor bad. It is not the putrid pace the Giants were on last year in which … [Read more...] about A full strength San Francisco Giants should scare the National League
The San Francisco Giants are once again embroiled in a pointless feud over the unwritten rules of baseball. The current targets of their anger are the Miami Marlins, one of the worst teams in … [Read more...] about The San Francisco Giants need to stop worrying about other teams
The highly anticipated return of San Francisco Giants’ ace Madison Bumgarner brought much-needed reinforcements to a starting rotation that was struggling and missing their ace. After the ace’s … [Read more...] about San Francisco Giants: Madison Bumgarner’s struggles
In my last article, I said how the Giants are positioned for a run into September and potentially October. After watching them drop 3 of 4 to the lowly Miami Marlins, I have taken a complete 180. This … [Read more...] about San Francisco Giants stymied by Marlins, lose Longo
The San Francisco Giants were one of the worst teams in baseball in 2017. From injuries to key players or the regression of almost everyone on the roster, many baseball people, including myself … [Read more...] about San Francisco Giants take series from Nats, approach first place
The San Francisco Giants slipped back into fourth place this afternoon, but that’s nothing they should be too concerned about yet. Despite their low ranking, they are just two games out of first … [Read more...] about What do the San Francisco Giants need to get ahead in the NL West?