ON THE NEED TO “SHAKE THINGS UP”

Ben discusses the demise of the San Francisco Giants, which can be traced back to the 2016 All-Star break. Since that time, the team has a 168-219 record, which is definitely not too small of a sample size to analyze! He addresses the specific failings — from top to bottom — of an organization that […]

FADING HOPE AS DEADLINE LOOMS

Ben discusses the Giants’ recent poor performance, what they should do (if anything) at the non-waiver trading deadline, and their playoff chances in 2018 and beyond. Music Credit: Released by Tasty Records Artist: TheFatRat Song: Xenogenesis

SLUMPING LINEUP, QUESTIONABLE STRATEGIES LEADING TO LOSSES

The San Francisco Giants, whose pitching staff is devoid of Madison Bumgarner, Jeff Samardzija, Mark Melancon, and Will Smith, have pitched surprisingly well this season. But their good pitching has been wasted on an offense has scored by far the fewest runs per game in all of baseball. Their troubles have been compounded by implementations […]

GIANTS SURVIVE STRANGE OPENING WEEK

The Giants split a four-game series in LA in which they scored just two total runs. Their first three runs of the season (through 4+ games) all came on Joe Panik solo homers. Despite the fact that they began the year with a slumbering offense and a severely battered pitching staff, the Giants are 3-3 […]