The San Francisco Giants are suddenly facing a shortage of outfielders with Hunter Pence and Nori Aoki both injured. Because of this, the Giants are in need of an offensive spark, and that spark could end up coming from Andrew Susac, not Gregor Blanco and Justin Maxwell, who are filling in for those starting roles.
Hunter Pence is inching closer and closer to returning to the field for the San Francisco Giants. After several weeks of rehab, treatment, and live batting practice, Pence finally played in his first game since being hit by a pitch in Spring Training that broke his forearm.
The San Francisco Giants started off the 2015 season on a dismal note with several players injured. After starting off the season 4-10, the Giants have started to play better baseball and now have an 11-13 record, which is currently fourth in the National League West. In addition to the higher level of play, the Giants are also expecting some of their injured players to return the field in the near future.
The San Francisco Giants have started off the 2015 season with two key players injured: Hunter Pence and Matt Cain. The Giants have gone 7-11 without them so far, which ranks last in the National League West. They are 3-1 in their last four games though.
The San Francisco Giants are a couple weeks into Spring Training games and are just a few weeks away from Opening Day. It’s time for another round of questions about this Giants team.
In this week’s Giants Mailbag post, we will discuss the new players and which one has the most potential to have a strong year for the Giants, who will step up offensively with Hunter Pence out, and the Giants’ slow start to Spring Training.
The Golden State Warriors were seeking a spark. They had lost two games in a row and were lacking their usual energy in both losses.
As the Warriors hoped to end their pseudo-slump with a win against the Phoenix Suns last night, the Warriors got some much-needed energy from a Bay Area sports hero who knows a little something about winning championships.