The San Francisco Giants don’t need to overhaul their entire lineup to fix a broken offense. They just need the perfect pieces to bring it all together.
The 2010 World Champs are officially eliminated as postseason contenders and it’s time to start thinking about who will fill the void next season.
San Francisco’s offense is the worst in the majors. However, the ability of the team to hold on to first place for most of the season and only be mathematically eliminated in their 158th game highlights just how good their pitching staff really is.
Now is the time for this franchise to capitalize on a window of opportunity in which they posses some of the best arms in the league, by focusing on hitting.
When healthy, this lineup has the potential to support it’s pitchers. The highly anticipated return of 2010 NL Rookie of the Year Buster Posey and veteran second–basemen Freddy Sanchez will be a start.
However the team is going to need something extra to redeem itself from the embarrassing numbers put up this season.