What the San Francisco Giants Should Expect From Tim Lincecum in 2014
Tim Lincecum was the face of the San Francisco Giants‘ turnaround in the post-Barry Bonds era, fueling the organization toward its first World Series title since moving to the City by the Bay. The two-time Cy Young Award winner initially gained a […]
San Francisco Giants: Latest Cuts Clear Up Roster Battles
On Friday the San Francisco Giants eliminated two players from contention to make the Opening Day roster, optioning infielder Nick Noonan and outfielder Roger Kieschnick to Triple-A Fresno. Though neither of these cuts were overly surprising, they do give us […]
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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 […]
Nagging Hand Injury Will Cause Problems for Marco Scutaro, San Francisco Giants
The San Francisco Giants began Spring Training with the seeming luxury of facing minimal concern over injury, but starting second baseman Marco Scutaro has yet to make his exhibition debut, spurring the possibility of a prolonged absence. The Giants remain […]
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]