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NL West Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
LAD 92-71 7-3 W4
COL 91-72 8-2 L1
ARI 82-80 4-6 L1
SF 73-89 1-9 L4
SD 66-96 6-4 W1

Top Giants News

  • Giants' Drew Ferguson: Heads to Giants

    Ferguson was selected by the Giants with the 14th pick of the Rule 5 draft.

    A 26-year-old outfielder who looks like a Quadruple-A hitter on paper, Ferguson hit .305/.436/.429 with four home runs and six steals in 292 plate appearances in the Pacific Coast League as a member of the Astros' organization. This is a good opportunity for Ferguson, as he was unlikely to ever break through with Houston, but may get a shot in San Francisco.

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  • Giants' Travis Bergen: Gets shot in SF

    Bergen was selected by the Giants with the eighth pick in the Rule 5 draft.

    A 25-year-old southpaw, Bergen logged an impressive 0.50 ERA, 0.98 WHIP and 43 strikeouts in 35.2 innings as a reliever for the Blue Jays at Triple-A last year. Of course, if he were as good as those numbers indicate, he would not have been left unprotected in the Rule 5 draft. He joins a bullpen with several southpaws (Will Smith, Tony Watson, potentially Ty Blach), so Bergen may be returned to Toronto if he does not impress in camp.

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  • Giants' Sam Dyson: Mentioned in closer mix

    Manager Bruce Bochy mentioned Dyson as a candidate to open the 2019 season as the Giants' closer, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

    Bochy also mentioned Mark Melancon and Will Smith, who finished the 2018 season as the team's closer, as options. Dyson bounced back after a brutal 2017 campaign, notching a 2.69 ERA and 1.08 WHIP across 70.1 frames, but he still seems unlikely to beat out Smith for the job.

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  • Giants' Mark Melancon: Mentioned in closer conversation

    Manager Bruce Bochy said Melancon could be in the mix for saves to begin the 2019 season, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

    Bochy wouldn't commit to a closer, naming Melancon along with Sam Dyson and Will Smith, who finished the 2018 campaign as the team's endgamer, as possible options. While Melancon showed improvement in his second year with the Giants, posting a 3.23 ERA across 39 innings, Smith still seems like the safer bet to open the 2019 season back in the ninth inning.

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  • Giants' Will Smith: Bochy noncommittal about role

    Manager Bruce Bochy would not commit to Smith as his closer in 2019, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

    Smith finished the 2018 season as the Giants' closer, having converted 14 of his 17 save chances while posting a 2.55 ERA, 0.98 WHIP, 12.1 K/9 and 2.5 BB/9 across 53 innings. While the left-hander seems like the best bet to open the season in the ninth inning, Bochy also mentioned Mark Melancon and Sam Dyson as possible endgame options.

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  • Giants' Buster Posey: Set to resume running in January

    The Giants expect Posey (hip) to begin running sprints in mid-January, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

    Posey underwent season-ending surgery in August that addressed a torn labrum, microfracture and bone spurs in his right hip. While the backstop is progressing on schedule, he isn't expected to be a full participant during spring training. The hope is that Posey will still be ready to go by Opening Day, though he may end up taking on a lighter workload to begin the season. The 31-year-old appeared in just 105 games in 2018 -- his lowest total since 2011 -- hitting .284/.359/.382 with just five homers in those contests.

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  • Giants' Buster Posey: Could see less work come April

    Posey (hip) is making considerable progress, although he may take on a lighter workload to start the 2019 season, Kerry Crowley of The San Jose Mercury News reports.

    Posey underwent hip surgery in August, and although he should be healthy for Opening Day, the Giants may ease him back into action when the season begins as a precaution. The 31-year-old appeared in 105 games last year, his lowest total since 2011.

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  • Giants' Mike Gerber: Claimed by Giants

    Gerber was claimed off waivers by the Giants on Monday.

    Gerber got his first taste of big-league action with the Tigers last season but hit a miserable .095/.170/.119 in 47 plate appearances, striking out 44.7 percent of the time. He hit better but not particularly well in 74 games for Triple-A Toledo, recording a .213/.277/.411 line with a 32.6 percent strikeout rate. If he can get back to the form he showed in previous seasons, posting a wRC+ of at least 116 at every minor-league stop through 2017, he could at least fight for a bench spot in San Francisco.

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  • Giants' Cameron Rupp: Latches on with Giants

    Rupp signed a minor-league contract with the Giants on Friday which includes an invitation to spring training, Jon Heyman of FancredSports.com reports.

    The Giants obviously have one of the best catchers in the game in Buster Posey, though he's caught fewer than 100 games in each of the last two years, so whoever becomes his backup could make a fair amount of starts. Rupp owns a career .234/.298/.407 line in 296 games, numbers which don't excite but which are perfectly adequate for a backup catcher. He was stuck in Triple-A for the entirety of last season, spending time with three different organizations. He'll primarily be battling Aramis Garcia, who hit .286/.308/.492 in a 19-game cameo last season, for a roster spot.

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  • Giants' Madison Bumgarner: Involved in trade talks

    Bumgarner's name has been mentioned in trade talks this offseason, Jon Morosi of MLB Network reports.

    Bumgarner is the Giants' beloved ace with three World Series titles to his name, but his team is firmly in a rebuild, and the lefty has just one year remaining on his contract. The Brewers and Phillies appear to have the inside track to land Bumgarner, with the Braves also checking in but not actively involved in talks. All three situations would represent a downgrade in home park for the veteran hurler, though each would likely provide more opportunities for him to pick up wins.

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  • Giants' Chase Johnson: Outrighted to Triple-A

    Johnson was outrighted to Triple-A Sacramento on Tuesday, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

    Johnson was a roster casualty with the Giants requiring additional room on the 40-man for the more well-regarded prospects the organization wanted to protect from the Rule 5 draft. The right-hander pitched exclusively at Double-A Richmond in 2018, registering a 3.86 ERA and 1.26 WHIP across 58.1 innings.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Avg R HR ERA
Team .239
(24th)
603
(29th)
133
(4th)
3.95
(13th)

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