San Francisco Giants 2011: Ranking Each Offensive Position in Order of Futility

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San Francisco Giants 2011: Ranking Each Offensive Position in Order of Futility
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The world champs are last in the NL in runs scored and have not hit a multi-run home run in over a month.

The defending world champions are slumping, thanks to a static offense that has already lost Buster Posey and Freddy Sanchez for the year. Despite GM Brian Sabean making a few attempts to improve the offense before the trade deadline, the Giants came out less explosive and more pathetic than ever.

Throughout this slideshow presentation, the Giants will be ranked, position by position, in order from most productive to least productive. For example, Pablo Sandoval is a good player and third base will therefore receive a low rating. Follow me? Good.

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