10 Bold Predictions for San Francisco Giants' Second Half

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10 Bold Predictions for San Francisco Giants' Second Half
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Giants' manager Bruce Bochy must find some answers in the second half

The San Francisco Giants enter the All-Star break with a record of 46-40, a half-game behind the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Giants are in an excellent position to make their move and seize control of the division.

Will this happen?

The Giants have played mediocre baseball of late and they will need some improvement in several key areas to assure themselves of the division crown.

However, the mere fact that the Giants are right in the thick of things when they have endured some hardships is a good sign. Closer Brian Wilson has been lost for the season and second baseman Freddy Sanchez will not play a game for the Giants in 2012.

Pablo Sandoval was lost for five or six weeks with a broken bone in his hand. Perhaps most critical of all, has been the poor performance of Tim Lincecum, thus far.

Let's dive a bit deeper into ten key things to watch for in the second half of the season for the Giants.

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