Found November 23, 2011 on 22gigantes:

Last night, I dreamt that the Giants traded Brandon Crawford to the Dodgers for two players I’ve never heard of. Weird how the brain works, huh?

I don’t always have dreams about the Giants, and this one was pretty vivid. I was camping with friends and family when the news broke (Crawford was traded in the middle of a game). Because my twitter service was down, I used sticks and twigs to spell out my “tweet” on the ground (picture an S.O.S. message on a deserted island). I then took a picture of the primitive, makeshift tweet and used my camera phone to upload it to twitpic.

Man, I need to get a life.

I’m sure some psychologist or dream interpreter somewhere could tell me what the dream really means.

For now, though, I’ll assume it’s because I’m fully aware that the Giants need middle infield help and it’s occupying my thoughts, even while I sleep.

You can imagine my “delight” when I woke up this morning to learn that everyone’s favorite FOX Sports twit, Ken Rosenthal, has another “lead” on a player the Giants are trying to acquire.

Rosenthal tweeted that San Francisco, LA and Milwaukee are all interested in utility man Jerry Hairston, and that the Brewers have already offered the 35-year old a one-year contract.

Hairston was signed by the Nationals as a free agent last winter and then traded to Milwaukee at the trade deadline. He became a free agent at the end of the season.

Hairston fits the mold for what Giants manager Bruce Bochy likes in a player: He’s a veteran, he can play multiple positions and he’s consistent. He batted .270/.344/.383 with 21 doubles, 5 HR and 31 RBI in 120 games last season. Hairtson tore it up in the playoffs, where he hit .375 (6-for-16) in the NLDS and .391 (9-for-23) in the NLCS.

While I don’t think I’ll be dreaming about Jerry Hairston anytime soon, I wouldn’t mind seeing Hairston come to San Francisco on a one-year deal worth $2.5 million, tops.

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