Found December 20, 2011 on Fangraphs:
I can’t. Make sense of the Giants’ off-season moves, that is. Last season, the Giants were 28th in the majors in wOBA (.294), 29th in wRC+ (83) and 29th in runs scored (570). Yes, the Giants lost Buster Posey at the end of May and Freddy Sanchez in June to season-ending injuries, and they lost P...
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