Following a disappointing stretch that has seen the Giants below .500, and go just 2-8 in their most recent ten-game stretch, Brian Sabean is reportedly already looking to the trade market to assess what players he may be able to acquire to help right the ship in San Francisco as they try to defend their 2012 World Series Championship.
The Giants are arguably in need of a pitcher that will remain under team control beyond this season to help solidify a starting rotation that has become more of a question mark than the strength it used to be. They are also in need of a right-handed hitting outfielder due to the loss of Angel Pagan.
The Giants are looking around for a RHed hitting outfielder.
— Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) June 29, 2013
Among the outfield options being rumored is Alex Rios, a player once offered straight-up to the Giants for Tim Lincecum a few seasons back. In 76 games so far this season, Rios is batting .272/.331/.450 with 11 homers, 36 RBIs and 14 stolen bases. B...