What the San Francisco Giants Can Learn from the Remaining Regular-Season Games

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What the San Francisco Giants Can Learn from the Remaining Regular-Season Games
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The Giants must exercise the option on Ryan Vogelsong.

The 2013 season has been a disaster for the San Francisco Giants and their fans. Following the Giants' second world championship in the past three years, hopes were soaring for this season.

Unfortunately, injuries and poor performances have doomed the Giants' chances, and they are hopelessly out of the playoff chase.

As we approach the beginning of September, when rosters can be expanded, it will be important for the Giants to look at some players and determine if they are a part of the team's future.

One such player is Ryan Vogelsong. Following his return from injury, the Giants have seen several positives from Vogelsong. He has pitched well, and this warrants the Giants exercising the option they have on him. Vogelsong will be part of the Giants' starting rotation in 2014.

The Giants have some other things they can learn as we head into the final month of the season. Let's take a look at five of these question marks.

All stats are courtesy of baseball-reference.com.

 

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