Marco Scutaro Will Be San Francisco Giants’ X-Factor in 2014
The San Francisco Giants need to overachieve in order to win their third championship in five seasons in 2014, and second baseman Marco Scutaro is the most vital component of their impending success. The 2012 NLCS MVP silently posted respectable numbers […]
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 […]
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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 […]
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 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 […]