Brandon Hicks Will Become San Francisco Giants’ Everyday Second Baseman

Brandon Hicks San Francisco Giants

The San Francisco Giants rank as one of the most explosive run-producing teams at the start of the 2014 MLB season, but have yet to find a suitable replacement for starting second baseman Marco Scutaro, who remains on the DL […]

Tim Lincecum Seldom Gives the San Francisco Giants a Chance to Win

Tim Lincecum San Francisco Giants

Two-time Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum is erratic to the point of severe concern for the  San Francisco Giants, who seldom have a chance to win when their former ace takes the mound. Lincecum is off to a somewhat […]

Brandon Belt on Torrid Home Run Pace for San Francisco Giants

Brandon Belt San Francisco Giants

The San Francisco Giants‘ never-ending power drought following the post-Bonds era has finally come to a screeching stop. The Giants are tied with the Chicago White Sox for the most home runs in baseball during early action. While it remains […]

5 Ridiculous Overreactions to the San Francisco Giants’ Early Action

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Defined Roles on 25-Man Roster Have Propelled San Francisco Giants to Fast Start

Javier Lopez San Francisco Giants

The San Francisco Giants‘ fast start is a product of each player knowing his role on the 25-man roster, a rarity at the beginning of a 162-game baseball marathon. While injuries and unexpected lapses will certainly take a toll over […]

Can the San Francisco Giants Sustain League-Leading Run Production?

Pablo Sandoval San Francisco Giants

Through the first six games of the 2014 season, the San Francisco Giants are the second highest scoring team in baseball. To most, that realization might seem “fluky,” but the Giants’ offense is on the precipice of becoming formidable. San […]

San Francisco Giants Prove They’re Capable of Pummeling Los Angeles Dodgers

Buster Posey San Francisco Giants

The San Francisco Giants ruined the arch-rival Los Angeles Dodgers‘ much anticipated home opener on Thursday, exploding for six runs in the first inning before coasting to a mostly laid back 8-4 win. It was a meaningful victory for the […]

Clutch Hitting Going From Weakness To Strength For San Francisco Giants

San Francisco Giants

The San Francisco Giants struggled mightily in clutch two-out situations in 2013, disabling their offense from surmounting a sufficient level of run production. Although the Giants flashed signs of moderate inconsistency at times in their first series of the season […]

Tim Hudson is the San Francisco Giants’ Most Dependable Starting Pitcher

Tim Hudson Giants

The San Francisco Giants got what they needed most on Wednesday night: a dominant starting pitching performance. After giving up 13 runs over the first two games of the season, the Giants’ pitching staff resembled everything that went wrong in […]

Failure To Hit In The Clutch Continues to Plague San Francisco Giants

Juan Perez

After the first two games of the 2014 season, it’s already apparent the San Francisco Giants are similarly flawed as last year’s team. While the Giants boast an offense capable of putting up crooked numbers on the scoreboard, they don’t […]

San Francisco Giants Need To Be Worried About Sergio Romo

Sergio Romo

After a thrilling Opening Day win on the heels of a four-run comeback, the San Francisco Giants ought to feel like they stole a game from the division rival Arizona Diamondbacks, but Sergio Romo has suddenly become a question mark […]

San Francisco Giants Will Rely on Pitching Staff to Win NL West

Madison Bumgarner

Few surprises are on the brink of becoming reality for the San Francisco Giants in the 2014 MLB season, as the club remained mostly predictable in announcing its official opening day 25-man roster. The Giants’ active roster includes 16 players from their […]