SF Giants: Breaking Down What the Giants Should Do with Their Crowded Infield

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SF Giants: Breaking Down What the Giants Should Do with Their Crowded Infield
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Bruce Bochy has faced some tough challenges this year, especially when it comes to managing the infield.

Bochy has had to rotate players in the infield and make sure the best players are on the field for the Giants. When Pablo Sandoval returns from injury, he will have to rotate Hector Sanchez, Buster Posey, Marco Scutaro, Ryan Theriot, Brandon Crawford, Joaquin Arias, Brandon Belt, Brett Pill and Sandoval into an overcrowded infield.

Now, there are five positions, so five of those nine players will play. Belt or Pill will probably get sent down when Sandoval comes back, leaving eight infield spots available. But how will Bochy manage the infield?

I don't know how Bochy will do it. But here's a blueprint of what I think he should do.

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