The San Francisco Giants currently have an 8-12 record, which is currently the worst in the National League West, but is steadily improving, as they went 4-1 last week. The Giants are still dealing with some injuries to key players, but they’re slowly getting healthier and starting to come together on the field.
In this week’s Giants Mailbag post, we will discuss Casey McGehee’s slump, if Justin Maxwell can continue his current rate of production (on both offense and defense), and if Tim Lincecum’s success so far is for real or not.
The San Francisco Giants are just one week away from Opening Day, but some questions still remain heading into the 2015 season.
In this week’s Giants Mailbag, we will discuss expectations for Matt Cain this season, who will be this season’s Joe Panik, and what the biggest concern is for the Giants heading into the regular season.
After playing for six teams in his baseball career, Casey McGehee has decided to come home to play for the San Francisco Giants. McGehee had previously played for the Chicago Cubs in 2008, the Milwaukee Brewers between 2009-2011, the Pittsburgh Pirates and New York Yankees in 2012, the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles in the Nippon Professional Baseball league in 2013, and the Miami Marlins in 2014, but the Santa Cruz native wanted to return to the Bay Area for the 2015 season.