As stated before, Huff led the Giants in home runs and runs batted in in the regular season. Uribe was second in both categories. Uribe hit 24 home runs and drove in 85 runs. He, like Sanchez, has played fantastic infield defense, committing just six errors in 103 games at shortstop. He's yet to get going this postseason, with just one hit in 14 at bats.
The 2007 MVP just always seems to come up with the clutch hit. But he, like Uribe, has only one hit thus far in the postseason. While Uribe might have just hit a little skid, there's more worry for Rollins. Rollins was bothered by a troubled right calf all season. When it wasn't keeping him off the field, it was still a cause for concern on the field, as he never looked like the Jimmy Rollins we've come to know.
Advantage: San Francisco
No matter what Rollins has done in the past, these types of muscle injuries always seem to act up in cold weather. Late nights in San Francisco and Philadelphia will not help that. Uribe has also been an important factor in the Giants' lineup, to where their success may hinge on whether he has a big series or not.