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The San Francisco Giants had a lot of work to do this winter to improve a club that defended its 2012 championship by going 76-86 in 2013.
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Hunter Pence will have his very own bobblehead during a San Francisco Giants game in 2014 .
There are 41 men on that 40-man roster. Someone's gotta go, and probably in the next several hours.
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We're about 2,400 innings into his big-league career, and just about every defensive metric shows him being above average.
That means another serious injury to a key player could spell disaster all over again.
Aug 31, 2013; Bronx, NY, USA; Baltimore Orioles outfielder Mike Morse before the start of a game against the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium.
While the majority of the San Francisco Giants ' Tuesday was dedicated to officially welcoming new left fielder Michael Morse to the Bay Area, some other interesting news came out when general manager Brian Sabean announced that the team had been in contact with lefthanded pitcher Mark Mulder .
The San Francisco Giants have been one of the most active teams since the 2013 season ended.
Outfielder Mike Morse, who finalized a one-year deal with the Giants on Tuesday, will head to spring training in February expected to become a power bat in the middle of the lineup and the team's starting left fielder.
Japan pitcher Masahiro Tanaka throws to the San Francisco Giants during an exhibition baseball game in March, 2013 Japan pitcher Masahiro Tanaka throws to the San Francisco Giants during an exhibition baseball game in March, 2013 Pitcher Masahiro Tanaka wants to move to Major League Baseball next season but his Japanese team doesn't want to let him ... (more)
Getting dead around here as we head quickly towards the holidays. I figured that we could use 1 more of these to close out the calendar year as a catch-all for all things prospect-y that doesn't fit in nicely with all of the upcoming CPL threads.
September 20, 2012; San Francisco, CA, USA; San Francisco Giants first baseman Brett Pill in the dugout against the Colorado Rockies during the fourth inning at AT Brett Pill is a promising young prospect with a plethora of pop and a solid glove at first base.
"Bob has a wealth of baseball experience and knowledge to share with our Fresno players and has shown success in preparing them for the jump to San Francisco," said San Francisco Giants VP and Assistant General Manager Bobby Evans.