We’ve barely entered the month of May for Giants baseball and I’m finding that more and more my gaze is turning towards minor league boxscores. I’m still enjoying the MLB team with Pablo Sandoval, Tim Lincecum, (good) Randy Johnson, and some others but with the Dodgers hot start and the Giants offense still looking like something from the 1910′s, it’s… Read more →
3 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 4 SO, 0 HR “He’s nasty,” Ramirez said. Told that Bumgarner’s only 19, Ramirez replied, “Unbelievable. He has a fastball and a curveball. He’s sneaky. He throws hard.” San Jose is going to be a really fun team to watch this year.
No new content today because I’m in the middle of finishing a PITCHf/x analysis of Tim Lincecum’s 138-pitch complete game on Saturday against the Padres. Sneak peak early analysis: Dem’s alotta pitches he threw Any how, stay tuned for the PFX article, it might go up tonight or sometime by early-ish tomorrow. I probably would have had it finished sooner… Read more →
I was going to write a post today about how Jose Castillo is awful or that our infield defense is still pretty bad or that Ray Durham has the range of a beached whale but I said screw it. We all know that the 2008 Giants season, or the year that speed and defense ran wild, is going to have… Read more →
Baseball America has just recently released their Top-10 Prospects list for the Giants. You can find it here. Here’s what the list looks like: 1. Angel Villalona, 3b 2. Tim Alderson, rhp 3. Madison Bumgarner, lhp 4. Nate Schierholtz, of 5. Henry Sosa, rhp 6. Nick Noonan, 2b/ss 7. Eugenio Velez, of/2b 8. Wendell Fairley, of 9. John Bowker, of… Read more →