Analyzing Arbitration Cases for San Francisco Giants
As spring training steadily approaches, the San Francisco Giants must now turn their attention to a band of players that have officially filed for salary arbitration. All five Giants eligible for arbitration filed a claim this week. The most notable [...]
Dominant Spring Training Pitching Performances Point To Success For San Francisco Giants in 2014
The San Francisco Giants‘ starting rotation has been virtually untouchable in Spring Training, showing substantial improvement from last season. Big league camp typically features widespread inconsistency as ball players make dedicated efforts to fine-tune their crafts before the regular season. [...]
No Surprises Among San Francisco Giants’ First Round of Cuts
The San Francisco Giants began the annual process of trimming their spring training roster on Thursday morning, optioning first baseman Angel Villalona to Triple-A Fresno and reassigning pitchers Clayton Blackburn, Ty Blach, Chris Heston, Jose Casilla, Kyle Crick, Sandy Rosario, [...]
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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’ [...]
San Francisco Giants Must Optimize Talent On Pitching Staff To Contend In 2014
The San Francisco Giants have four weeks to fill few available roster spots on their 25-man roster. After barely tweaking their team over the offseason, the Giants are expected to enter the 2014 season with a familiar group of players who [...]
San Francisco Giants: Mark Minicozzi Continues to Open Eyes
Coming into the first official start of his MLB spring training career on Friday, San Francisco Giants non-roster invitee Mark Minicozzi gained quite a bit of press detailing his tumultuous journey just to make it into a big-league camp. It [...]
San Francisco Giants: Michael Morse Shows that Power is Still Present
This spring, the San Francisco Giants have plenty of questions as they attempt to rebound from a subpar 2013 season. One of the more prominent ones is the ability of left fielder Michael Morse to rebound from a wrist injury [...]
San Francisco Giants Have Prospects Ready to Make an Impact in 2014
The San Francisco Giants feature one of the worst farm systems in baseball in terms of overall talent, but they do possess a few could-be big league ready players who could make a positive impact in the 2014 season. The [...]
San Francisco Giants: Does Barry Bonds Have A Future In Coaching?
The San Francisco Giants will welcome back some former players to mentor their young hitter during Spring Training. One of those former players is all-time major league home run leader Barry Bonds, who will work with players to help them with their [...]