Hottest and Coldest San Francisco Giants Players Heading into the Second Half

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Hottest and Coldest San Francisco Giants Players Heading into the Second Half
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Buster Posey congratulates Tim Lincecum on his no-hitter.

The San Francisco Giants emerge from the All-Star break with a record of 43-51, which has landed them in fourth place in the NL West. The Giants trail the Arizona Diamondbacks by 6.5 games.

The Giants will play their next 10 games at AT&T Park. It is incumbent upon them to play winning baseball if they hope to get back into the race. With the trade deadline only a couple of weeks away, these next 10 games could be the determining factor in the moves the Giants make.

If the Giants can get on a roll and cut into the Diamondbacks' division lead, GM Brian Sabean might look to add some key pieces to the roster.

However, if the Giants flounder and lose more ground, Sabean may go into a rebuilding mode, which could mean the departure of some key players who will be free agents following this season. These include Tim Lincecum, Javier Lopez and Hunter Pence.

Just prior to the break, several Giants had started to perform better, while a few others struggled. Let's take a closer look at who's hot and who's not, coming out of the break.

Stats are courtesy of CBSSports.com.

 

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