As July comes to a close, the San Francisco Giants find themselves with a nice lead in the National League West, as a result of their excellent pitching and anemic but timely hitting.
Still, with more than two months left in the season, the Giants brass can’t stand pat. Key trades last . . . → Read More: San Francisco Giants Trade Rumors: 5 Sparkplugs the Giants Should Trade For
The fact that the San Francisco Giants finished the first half 12 games above .500 is no fluke.
Despite having the third-worst offense in the league based on runs scored and the second-worst offense based on OPS, the defending world champs went into the All-Star break in first place in the NL . . . → Read More: San Francisco Giants: Their Optimal Second-Half Starting Rotation
The All-Star festivities and merrymaking continue in Arizona, and the San Francisco Giantsare well represented. Just a year after winning the World Series, the defending champs sent five players to the Midsummer Classic, and for good reason.
While only closer Brian Wilson made it through fan votes alone, all five Giants have had first . . . → Read More: Brian Wilson and the 5 San Francisco Giants All-Stars: 2nd-Half Projections