It took until mid-May for the San Francisco Giants to finally start their season. The team finally started pitching, hitting and fielding at the level expected of a three-time championship team. Why has the team suddenly flipped the switch?
The answer is simple, they’re getting healthy. When the Giants were slumping, Buster Posey, Brandon Crawford, Denard Span, Mac Williamson and others were out. Posey and Crawford are the leaders of the Giants. When they’re in the lineup, the team plays well.
Crawford won two games over the weekend with his defense while Posey has made an adjustment at the plate to give him more power. Also returning home for a seven game …
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