Brandon Belt Will Have A Breakout Season, And This Is Why…

In a very forgettable season for the San Francisco Giants, there were few bright spots in 2013. One of those bright spots was Brandon Belt. Belt was one of the top three … Continue Reading →


The Giants’ Season Was A Disaster Because…

  If only the answer was simple. In a team sport, success and failure can almost never be attributed to a single event or player’s performance. Usually, it is a … Continue Reading →


Checklist For The Giants Offseason

  After sweeping the Detroit Tigers in the 2012 Fall Classic, the San Francisco Giants were expected to be a force in the National League. After going 76-86 and finishing in a third place … Continue Reading →


​Now That Left Field Is Filled, The Giants Should…

Left Fielder, check. Complete the starting rotation, check. Re-sign Javier Lopez, check. Add depth to the outfield, infield and if possible the bullpen; check?   Here’s the deal, you can never … Continue Reading →


Grading The San Francisco Giants Offseason

Winter meetings have come and gone. While there still remains a number of high-profile free agents (and some not so “high-profile”), the San Francisco Giants and Brian Sabean have said that they’re basically done with … Continue Reading →


5 Reasons Barry Bonds Should Be In The Hall of Fame

One of the hottest topics in baseball since last year’s offseason has been the Hall of Fame ballot. The reason this class is different than all the others is because … Continue Reading →


Why The Giants Should Have Signed Corey Hart Over Michael Morse

  I wrote an article a couple months ago and mentioned that the San Francisco Giants signing Corey Hart would have been a bright move given he is coming off an injury and he … Continue Reading →


Why Signing Michael Morse Was A Good Signing

Power is a good thing. In sports, it can be the best of things. In football you have powerful linemen mauling their opponents. In basketball you have a vicious slam … Continue Reading →


SF Giants Rumors: Morse, Belt, Mulder, Carignan, Ishikawa, Etc.

With the Michael Morse deal now official our left field position is set, and we all know he can play some first base as well. Manager Bruce Bochy has went on record saying Brandon Belt is the … Continue Reading →


More Insights On Outfielder Michael Morse

As I’m sure you’ve heard, the San Francisco Giants signed outfielder Michael Morse to a one year, $6 million contract on Thursday. He was signed to man left field and most likely play every day … Continue Reading →