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Phil Bickford, Andrew Susac – Giants give up too much for Will Smith

The San Francisco Giants made a few moves to improve their team ahead of the MLB trade deadline, but one was more costly than the other. In two separate trades for pitchers, the Giants acquired Will Smith and Matt Moore. It was the trade for Smith where they gave up too much. The Giants traded starting pitcher Phil Bickford and catcher Andrew Susac to get Smith from the Milwaukee...
Via Larry Brown Sports
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Giants get LHP Smith from Brewers for Susac, Bickford

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The NL West-leading San Francisco Giants acquired left-handed reliever Will Smith from the Brewers to bolster their bullpen for the stretch run, sending catcher Andrew Susac and pitching prospect Phil Bickford to Milwaukee on Monday. The Giants have struggled mightily since the All-Star break and had been looking to upgrade a relief corps that has been so reliable...
Via Associated Press
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Brewers deal Will Smith to Giants for Susac, Bickford

The San Francisco Giants have acquired left-handed reliever Will Smith from the Brewers to bolster their bullpen for the stretch run, sending backup catcher Andrew Susac and pitching prospect Phil Bickford to Milwaukee.Susac has spent time with the Giants over the last two seasons, but has spent 2016 in Triple-A, batting .273 with 36 RBI and eight HR and 36 RBI in 58 games this...
Via Associated Press
26 days ago  |  Discuss

AP source: Giants acquire reliever Will Smith from Brewers

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) A person with knowledge of the trade says the San Francisco Giants have acquired left-handed reliever Will Smith from the Brewers to bolster their bullpen for the stretch run, sending backup catcher Andrew Susac and pitching prospect Phil Bickford to Milwaukee. The person spoke on condition of anonymity Monday because it hadn't been announced. The NL West-leading...
Via Associated Press
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Have we seen enough of Giants backup catcher Trevor Brown?

It’s hard enough for most players to maintain a decent average throughout the course of a 162-game season. It’s even harder when you only play once or twice a week. But that’s exactly what Trevor Brown intends to do with his limited playing time on the San Francisco Giants. As the backup catcher to three-time All-Star Buster Posey, Brown mostly takes a backseat, hopping...
Via The Sports Quotient
May 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Andrew Susac Making a Push for More Playing Time for San Francisco Giants

Andrew Susac #34 of the San Francisco Giants hits an RBI single in the eighth inning against the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field on June 18, 2015 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images) Buster Posey was the hero for the San Francisco Giants Wednesday night, blasting a grand slam to help the team to a 6-0 victory over the San Diego Padres. If it weren’t...
Via The Sports Journal
June 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Is Andrew Susac Ready to be the San Francisco Giants’ Full Time Catcher?

(Mandatory Credit: Mercury News) Everybody loves Buster Posey. He was the most highly touted San Francisco prospect in recent memory, he has a trophy case full of proof of his value, and, blessed with looks to melt tween hearts all over the Bay, Posey has become the face of the Giants organization, but let’s face it—Buster Posey cannot be the Giants’ starting catcher forever...
Via The Sports Journal
June 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Andrew Susac on Sacramento: 'That's Giants territory up there now'

Although the catcher may have been initially displeased to be in Triple-A Sacramento following spring training rather than serving as backup to Buster Posey in San Francisco, he might be feeling better about it now according to Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle. Not only does he have family in Sacramento, but he also feels like the Giants have become the more popular...
Via FOX Sports
April 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Andrew Susac’s X-rays, MRI Come Back Clean on Right Wrist

An MRI and X-rays on San Francisco catching prospect Andrew Susac recently came back clean, which is good news for the Giants’ No. 1 prospect. Susac has had a rough start to spring training health wise, as he has also dealt with a 103 degree fever caused by an infection from a root canal. Entering Spring Training it was believed that Susac, who still has rookie status entering...
Via Baseball Essential
March 16, 2015  |  Discuss

San Francisco Giants Prospect Profile: Andrew Susac

The San Francisco Giants farm system isn’t strong by any means.  While they have depth at pitching, none of them rate as potential front-line aces; much more like #2,#3 starters or even back-end starters at the MLB level.  As for position player, it’s even more bleak in terms of depth.  But they do however have one prospect that is a cut above and projects to be a very good...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
February 25, 2015  |  Discuss

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