Complete San Francisco Giants 2014 Season Preview

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Complete San Francisco Giants 2014 Season Preview
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Buster Posey hopes to lead the Giants back to the World Series.

The San Francisco Giants have high hopes for the 2014 season. After finishing the 2013 season with a record of 76-86, general manager Brian Sabean had to make some changes.

He brought in veteran pitcher Tim Hudson, who will be an upgrade to the Giants starting rotation. Hudson should benefit from pitching half of his games at the spacious AT&T Park, which also has a slow infield, ideal for a sinker-ball pitcher.

In addition, Michael Morse was signed and will open the season as the starting left fielder. If he can stay healthy, Morse's presence will add a powerful bat to the Giants lineup.

Sabean also signed several Giants players whose contracts were up after the 2013 campaign. Hunter Pence, Tim Lincecum, Javier Lopez and Ryan Vogelsong remain with the Orange and Black.

Those four players were integral to the Giants' world championship run in 2012, and the hope is that they can recapture the magic in 2014.

Let's take a closer look at the Giants and their outlook for the 2014 season.

All regular-season stats are courtesy of Spring training stats are courtesy of Contract information is courtesy of

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