Last night the San Francisco Giants played their most recent "worse game of the 2013 season"-- this time a 16 inning 4-3 loss to the New York Mets.
Next time I get my hands on enough prescription anti-depressants I'll make myself publish a list of the top 20 nastiest Giant games of the first half of the 2013 season.
Anyway, I was watching episodes of "Shameless" on Showtime and occasionally checking in on the Mets game when I received an email from a friend. She forwarded an absolutely jaw-dropping interview just published by mercurynews.com's Tim Kawakami with Giants General Manager Brian Sabean.
Here is the link to Tim Kawakami's interview with Brian Sabean.
Sabean gives the most honest, direct and brutally realistic quotes and statements about a Giants team that I've ever read from him. For Sabean to be so transparently analytical about the depth of the Giants' slide this season is unprecedented, and it points to just how far and how quickly the 2012 World Series ...