The Giants and relief pitcher Mark Melancon have agreed to terms on a four-year, $62M deal. What does this mean for the Giants bullpen moving forward? Does it solve all their issues? Will the Giants target a bat or are they done for the off-season? All that and more in a new installment of CoveCast!
Bobby Evans, the San Francisco Giants General Manager, has said on numerous occasions that he’s comfortable with Mac Williamson or Jarrett Parker as the starting left fielder in 2017. Nonsense! In all likelihood, Evans said that so other teams and representatives of free agents don’t think they need to make a move for a left fielder. It’s […]
Ben and Adam look back on the 2016 San Francisco Giants baseball season. What went right? What ultimately went wrong? They analyze the highs and the lows, the players who had great years and those who need to show improvement. They name their picks for team MVP, Cy Young, Silver Slugger, and more. Finally, they […]
Ben and Adam break down what will forever be known as one of the greatest World Series games in baseball history. Finally, for the first time in 108 years, the Chicago Cubs are champions of baseball! It was a game for the ages: Rajai Davis hit one of the biggest home runs in baseball history […]
Discussion and analysis about the Indians’ 1-0 shutout victory over the Cubs in World Series Game 3. Josh Tomlin is supposed to give up a lot of homers, and on a night where the wind was blowing out at Wrigley, the Cubs were primed to take advantage. That’s not what happened. Now, the Cubs must […]
Ben (and Ben alone) talks about what happened to what was recently known as the “best infield in baseball” and much more.
When the 2015 season ended, it was a happy time for San Francisco Giants fans, even though the team failed to reach the postseason. The Giants’ biggest weakness in 2015 was a poor starting pitching rotation outside of Madison Bumgarner. However, with some large contracts coming off the books and a terrific crop of free agent pitchers available, the […]
Ben and Adam break down Games 1 and 2 of the 2016 World Series between the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians. In Game 1, Corey Kluber was dominant, the Indians offense struck early, and Roberto Perez struck late…twice. In Game 2, Jake Arrieta was solid and the Cubs offense awakened in a big way. […]
Ben and Adam preview the upcoming World Series between the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians. They analyze all aspects of both teams and try to figure out who has the edge.