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How Many Good Giants Were Good Prospects?
Usually one sees this the other way around — how many good prospects became good players? It’s the foundation of any good prospect analysis, and indeed what we see is that higher-ranked prospects usually perform better in the majors than … Continue reading
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This Day in Giants History, July 29, 2009: Brian Sabean Is Not Afraid To Trade Pitching Prospects
In a day spent dismantling their infield, the Pirates send second baseman Freddy Sanchez to the Giants for top pitching prospect Tim Alderson. Giant general manager Brian Sabean has never been afraid to make a move. If his team has … Continue reading
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The Draft Picks Lost When Signing Free Agents
Last week, we looked at the best of the players the Giants drafted with picks gained as compensation for the loss of free agents. Today we look at the flip side of that — draft picks the Giants lost when … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Aaron Rowand, amateur draft, Armando Benitez, Barry Bonds, Barry Zito, Brett Butler, Bud Black, J.T. Snow, Jeremy Affeldt, Matt Morris, Michael Tucker, Mike Matheny, Ray Durham, Willie McGee Comments Off on The Draft Picks Lost When Signing Free Agents
What’s the Matter With RBI?
Back on May 9, Grant Brisbee over at McCovey Chronicles wrote a piece about the fabulous numbers the Giants’ hitters were putting up and the huge totals they were on a pace for. Brisbee admitted, “On-pace stats are useless. But … Continue reading
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Giants’ Greatest Hitting Trios
When Josh Hamilton was signed by the Los Angeles Angels this off-season, many expected the teaming of Albert Pujols, Mike Trout and Hamilton in the same lineup to create an opportunity for them to put up historic numbers and become … Continue reading
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