Ben and Adam discuss the 49-30 Giants. The bullpen hasn’t been great, but the offense and starting pitching have carried the Giants into first place. Do they need to shore up the bullpen with a trade? Or can this team win it all as constructed?
Before last night’s loss, the Giants were 27-8 in their last 35 games. That’s the best 35-game stretch in S.F. Giants history. It’s hard to complain because they’ve been playing so well, but Matt Duffy’s recent achilles injury means the lineup is in need of right handed hitters even more than before. Will the team […]
Although the Giants (39-26) sit comfortably in first place, six games up on the L.A. Dodgers, the team isn’t without its flaws. The bullpen and the offense have been inconsistent and there have been some injuries to key players. Will the Giants stand pat and hope the starting pitching and timely hitting will continue to […]
The injuries to Hunter Pence and Angel Pagan have left the Giants extremely left handed and with little offensive depth. Meanwhile, the bullpen has continued to struggle across the board. With such glaring needs, will the Giants make a major move?
The Giants had the best record in baseball in May, but they won despite a glaring weakness.
Ben and Adam discuss the Giants 11-1 stretch and gush pure love for Johnny Cueto. Baseball is a mixture hitting, pitching, and defense, and the old adage is that you can win games when any two of those three things are clicking. This Giants team (that isn’t hitting at the moment) is proving that point […]
Ben and Adam analyze the Giants’ winning streak and much more. Bochy pulls Casilla in the ninth; a shaky bullpen; a clutch moment for Posey; an epic replay fail/win; Lincecum to the Angels; Odor blasts Bautista in the chin.
Ben and Adam discuss the 17-17 Giants. Bum, Cueto, and Shark have been great. Peavy and Cain? Not so much. A bold prediction about how to the Giants will address their greatest weakness.
Ben and Adam dissect the Giants’ 4-2 week and discuss the overall state of the team. Terrific lineup. Belt as Joey Votto. Continued bad performances by Cain and Peavy. Bum and Cueto as advertised. Who goes when Romo/Kontos return? How likely is a reunion with Tim Lincecum? All this and more in this week’s episode […]
Ben and Adam are at it again, this time talking about how the Giants are much better than their early season record. It was an ugly start to the week, with the Giants getting swept in a four game series at home, but they’ve rebounded nicely, winning three of four, with Cueto and Samardzija going […]