Giants Sign Sergio Romo to a Minors Contract, Letting Him Pitch Once More in Front of the Fans He Loves
Sergio Romo beat all the odds. After bouncing around between three colleges, Romo was drafted as a 28th-round pick by the Giants in 2005. Not much is ever expected of such late-round picks, and Romo was only one of two 28th-rounders from that draft that even made it to the big leagues. But unlike the […]Read More
Giants Reassign Top Prospect Kyle Harrison to Minors Camp
The Giants announced on Tuesday that they’d assigned top prospect LHP Kyle Harrison to minors camp. Harrison was a revelation in 2022 for an otherwise struggling Giants farm system, jumping from a fringe Top-100 prospect to a top-20 prospect and the best LHP prospect in baseball. Harrison split time between High-A and Double-A last season, […]Read More
This Player is Forcing His Way Onto the Giants’ Opening Day Roster
Not much is typically expected of Rule-5 draft picks, with the majority of them getting cut before Opening Day and most of them not making it to the end of the season on the team that claimed them. However, the Giant might have found a gem in C/OF Blake Sabol. Sabol was originally a Rule-5 […]Read More
Can the USA Repeat as WBC Champions?
USA! USA! USA! Those are the words we would like to hear come March 21st at the end of the WBC. It will be tough for the stars and stripes to pull this off. Japan is good, the DR is good, and there will probably be an upset in there that could change the whole […]Read More
Giants Announce the First Round of Roster Cuts
The Giants have announced their first round of roster cuts, sending 12 down to minor league camp. Those players include RHP Ljay Newsome, RHP Drew Strotman, RHP Joe Ross, RHP Randy Rodriguez, LHP Darien Nunez, LHP Sean Newcomb, LHP Daniel Tillo, IF Donovan Walton, IF Colton Welker, IF Brady Whalen, C Brett Cumberland, C Andy […]Read More
Will Austin Slater be Ready by Opening Day?
On Wednesday, the Giants announced that outfielder Austin Slater had been diagnosed with right elbow neuritis and won’t be able to throw or hit for at least the next week. After the week, Slater will be re-evaluated. It’s unclear right now how long this will keep Slater out or if he will be ready for […]Read More
Rules Changes For ’23: Do You Like Them?
As we all know by now, baseball is changing things with some rule changes to speed up the game and make it more entertaining to more demographics. I, for one, have always thought there was nothing wrong with the pace of baseball and that baseball is not boring. These are my opinions on the rule […]Read More
Giants Notes: Pitching Struggles, Debuts, The Catching Battle Heating Up, Rookies Playing Well, and More
The Giants have now played four spring games, winning two and losing two. Most of their offseason additions and holdovers from last season have made their debuts, and several players vying for an opening day spot are showing out. Pitching Struggles The Giants added two starting pitchers this offseason, deepening a rotation that already had […]Read More
Doval is Ready to be One of Baseball’s Best Closers
104 MPH with late snap is nearly impossible to hit, let alone make contact with. Add in the daunting factor of not knowing exactly where it’s going? A major league hitter’s nightmare. Camilo Doval came on to the Big League scene, making his debut on April 18, 2021, after being fast-tracked through the minors (28 […]Read More
MLB’s First Look at the Pitch Clock: Is It Good for Baseball?
The first slate of Spring Training games are in the past, and there has been one story surrounding this weekend in baseball: the pitch clock. Many rule changes were put into effect for the 2023 season, and the pitch clock is easily the most controversial of the bunch. Baseball fans around the world are having […]Read More