The Giants announced a flurry of roster moves yesterday, including a claim of the intriguing Kean Wong.
The 2020 Steamer projections are here, and things are looking up for Tyler Andereson and a young Giants starting rotation.
The qualifying offer deadline looms, and the Giants have at least one interesting decision to make. Meanwhile, Tony Watson exercised his 2020 option and there were new twists in the Giants’ managerial search.
In an under-the-radar move, the Giants claimed the injured—but potentially effective—Tyler Anderson from the Rockies.
Joe Espada, Pedro Grifol, and Gabe Kapler are reportedly the finalists to become the next Giants manager.
Trea Turner was called out on a silly rule, but thankfully it didn’t cost the Nationals. Now we get another Game 7.
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The Giants’ manager search has reportedly entered round two, with Joe Espada and Gabe Kalper still in the running and Ron Wotus being informed that he no longer under consideration.
Bruce Bochy made it clear that he intends to manage again, but it’s important to understand that he was not forced out and it was time to move on.
Joe Espada is flying to San Francisco for an in-person interview, and hirings around the league mean the Giants will have their choice when selecting a new manager.