The San Francisco Giants were two separate teams last year. Before Buster Posey joined the team on May 29, they were 25-22, in third place in the NL West, and 2.5 games back of first place.
With the offense struggling, Posey carried the team to a playoff berth and, eventually, . . . → Read More: Buster Posey: Seven Reasons the Giants Superstar Should Never Catch Again
While the San Francisco Giants continue to wage a bitter war for the National League West division, it’s impossible to deny that they have been one of the most exciting teams in recent memory.
Their lack of reliable hitters and excellent starting pitching, along with the league-wide drop in offensive production, have led to . . . → Read More: San Francisco Giants: The 5 Most Unlikely Wins of 2011
The 2010 San Francisco Giants won the World Series on the strength of their excellent home-grown starting pitching, lights-out bullpen and clutch (if not overwhelming) offense.
This year, as the champs do their best to stage a repeat, they’re going to have to step it up even further, facing the likes of the Phillies Big . . . → Read More: 2011 San Francisco Giants: 5 Unexpectedly Good Performances by Giants Players