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 currently have a 6-10 record, which is the worst in the National League West and fourth worst in the National League and MLB. They are coming off a very impressive 6-2 win over the rival Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday night though.
In this week’s Giants Mailbag, we will discuss Brandon Belt’s struggles so far this season, if Justin Maxwell deserves a bigger role on the team, and if the Giants can win with Chris Heston and without Matt Cain and Jake Peavy.
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.
The San Francisco Giants are entering day 10 of Spring Training. As each day passes, more updates on some recovering or injured Giants become readily available to fans.
Santiago Casilla faced hitters for the first time in Spring Training on Thursday, and during his live batting practice session, he got hit near his left ankle by a line drive from Casey McGehee. Casilla fell to the ground and was clearly in pain for about a minute, and he then left the field with a trainer.
The San Francisco Giants enter the 2015 MLB season with some new faces, some high expectations, and the hope of ending their every-other-year trend by winning a World Series in 2015. As the MLB season nears, Giants reporters have been able to update fans on the injury statuses on some key players, such as starting pitchers Tim Hudson and Matt Cain.
The San Francisco Giants have the best record in MLB at 35-19, and they’ve had an incredible start to their 2014 season.
The initial National League ballot figures were released on Wednesday, and the Giants had seven players near the top of the voting for their respective positions. Buster Posey is second at catcher, Brandon Crawford is second at shortstop, Brandon Belt is fourth at first base, Pablo Sandoval is fifth at third base, and Angel Pagan, Michael Morse, and Hunter Pence are eighth, ninth, and 10th for outfielders.
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