Assessing San Francisco Giants’ Projected 2014 Team Payroll
San Francisco Giants general manager Brian Sabean allocated a substantial chunk of team payroll to players who could struggle to perform up to lofty expectations next season. The most notable questionable contract plaguing the Giants’ 2014 payroll is fan favorite […]
Did Juan Perez Win a Big-League Job With Saturday’s Performance?
On Saturday, the San Francisco Giants had perhaps their best opportunity of the spring to see the competition for their final bench spot play out on one stage, as Juan Perez started in left field while Tyler Colvin was the […]
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Analyzing the San Francisco Giants’ Roster as Cutdowns Approach
Now that the midway point of spring training is upon us, it’s about time for teams to start making some sizable cutdowns as they start to give their regular players some more playing time and give more consistent work to […]
San Francisco Giants: Angel Villalona Showing Promise
There wasn’t much to take away from Sunday’s matchup of San Francisco Giants prospects pitted against current Giants and players trying to make the big-league club. However, one bright spot was first baseman Angel Villalona, and there’s reason to believe […]
San Francisco Giants Will Force Oakland Athletics Out of Bay Area
The San Francisco Giants own preordained territorial rights over the disgruntled Oakland Athletics, who remain bent backwards on the Bay Area’s back burner because of their glaring inability to generate MLB revenue, despite occupying a segment of the fourth largest […]
Should San Francisco Giants Be Concerned With Tim Lincecum After Second Start?
Tim Lincecum wasn’t happy with his first showing on the mound of Spring Training, and he probably won’t be happy with this one either. In his second start for the San Francisco Giants, the former ace struggled with his delivery […]
Predicting the San Francisco Giants’ Most Improved Player in Spring Training
The most vital player to the San Francisco Giants‘ potential success in 2014 is also likely to be their most improved player in Spring Training. Brandon Belt is the key to the Giants becoming a solid offensive team in the […]
San Francisco Giants: Will Mark Minicozzi be a Big League Contributor?
Every year during the early days of spring training, we see the media fawn over lovable minor league veterans who are fighting the odds to try to gain spots on the big-league roster. Last year, in the San Francisco Giants’ […]
Examining the San Francisco Giants’ Bench Problem at the Start of Spring Training
The San Francisco Giants adopted a familiar offseason strategy after the conclusion of a disappointing 2013 campaign by re-signing key in-house free agents, and remaining relatively inactive on the open market. The biggest issue plaguing the Giants’ pitfall into mediocrity […]