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OK, The Giants Are Champs. NOW What???

No great experience in life lacks a potential downside. Carefree lovemaking can lead to babies and, if you’re doing it unfaithfully, lies and divorce and poverty. Winning the lottery can open the door to scamming opportunists, not to mention scrutiny from those “close to” you who feel they deserve an unreceived handout. Got a shiny new Lamborghini? Then you got higher insurance rates, lower leeway from cops, and extra attention from envious hoodlums with time on their hands.

Bring the first-ever World Series title to San Francisco? Decide if the same horses you rode to that title are worth keeping around for the defense of that title. Take abuse from fans who couldn’t care any less about the business side of baseball, and just want to see the same 25-30 soldiers from 2010 return in 2011 no matter the cost. For you fans to whom that applies, sorry–GM Brian Sabean proved he’s not going to operate according to sentiment when he told the San Jose Mercury News, in a rather firm and blunt manner, that Pablo Sandoval’s conditioning will determine if he has a roster spot in 2011—all of 4 days after the Giants won it all.

Juan Uribe, Pat Burrell, Jose Guillen, Edgar Renteria (who has opted not to retire) and Aubrey Huff are free agents, and only Guillen is a guarantee not to return (were it not for his HGH scandal, and his likely averseness to a non-roster deal, that guarantee might not exist). Renteria’s World Series heroics may have bought him wallet-free dining for life in San Francisco, but they won’t help the 2011 Giants. He’ll be 35 next year, and both his body and skills aren’t what they once were. I can’t imagine Edgar returns as anything other than a reserve, which would require his willingness to learn/play at least one other infield position. A lot of players, including his predecessor Omar Vizquel, have to do so to extend their careers. Renteria’s at that point.

I’d hoped that the topic of Renteria would be raised directly to Bobby Evans (Giants’ Vice President of Baseball Operations) on the initial 2010 KNBR Hot Stove League show, but it was not. Evans expectedly played his cards close to the vest even when generally asked by host (and ex-Giant) F.P. Santangelo if addressing the shortstop position was the team’s top priority of the offseason. Will Uribe return? Personally, I hope so. He’s a rare Giant who can take anybody deep anywhere, he’s not intimidated by anyone, and he can play defense with anybody so long as a no-hitter or perfect game isn’t on the line. He’s versatile, and his mere presence in the field will keep opposing hitters—at least the wise ones—from ever charging the mound.

It’s pretty clear that the Giants prefer Uribe in his current role of supersub, however. The more he plays, the more he wears and his weaknesses are exposed—evidenced by his .248 average. If Panda Sandoval’s 2010 had matched his 2009 at all, and Renteria were healthy, Uribe would have been nothing more than a beefier Steve Scarsone. He might have had to be traded.

I want the Giants to keep Uribe, and I believe they will if the price is right. 2 years, $8 to $10 million is about right, but if another club with an opening at short and deeper pockets targets him, he should be allowed to walk. (And no, not the Yankees. They will sign over Yankee Stadium to Jeter before they let his free agency lead him elsewhere.)

On to the Water Buffaloes:

Via the sfgiants.com “Inbox”, Chris Haft was asked the likelihood of a Burrell/Huff encore.  Haft—who is far closer to the team and more knowledgeable about the Orange and Black than I am, obviously—replied that left field should be the position the Giants use to upgrade. I want to believe he simply didn’t choose the right word, because when you go up and down the list of free agent left fielders, only Carl Crawford could be considered a definite upgrade at this point in his career. And even he is deficient in the area San Francisco needs the most help—slugging. Since Crawford and the Giants share a mutual disinterest, why in the world wouldn’t you bring Burrell back for 1 year, $5 mil, with an option for the same in 2012? Even if he flops, you still got a great 2/3 of 2010 from him at a price lower than that of most San Francisco housing.

Huff, a player whom the “misfit” and “castoff” labels precisely define, is another story. The Giants have younger, cheaper options in house, as well as several capable free agents including Paul Konerko, Lyle Overbay, Carlos Pena, and everybody’s favorite savior, Adam Dunn. All but Konerko hit lefty and it’s highly doubtful they’d play at AT&T. Huff wouldn’t have if he’d had any other serious offers.

However, as I said, San Francisco has in-house options. Sandoval’s defense, namely throwing, regressed at third and the team may shift him to first if he reports to camp fit and produces. Brandon Belt, who according to Evans “will make heads turn in Spring Training”, had a sensational season at three minor league levels and tore up the Arizona Fall League. Like Buster Posey when he got his first extended cup of big league coffee this year, 2011 will be the 22-year-old Belt’s 3rd pro season; he could be ready offensively. For that reason, I doubt the Giants will seek anything more than a stopgap at the position. Huff won’t break the bank and he’s already wildly popular in San Fran; unless Bill Neukom didn’t appreciate his stunt at the end of the victory parade, #17 should get a fair return offer. After years and years mired on bottom-feeders, the chance to return to a World Series winner has to appeal to Huff and one would believe a contract offer would have to be insulting for him to reject it.

  • Today, the Scottsdale Scorpions—featuring Belt, Dan Runzler, Conor Gillaspie, and several other Giants prospects as well as #1 overall draft pick Bryce Harper of the Nationals—face the Peoria Javelinas at 11:30 am PST, 2:30 pm EST. JD

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I've been a Giants' fan since 1990; I still remember my first game at Candlestick as if it were yesterday (Robby Thompson homered and the Giants downed Houston 7-3). Pushed for us to get that elusive championship and at last we GOT IT! You can see me on the softball field every week sporting my orange and black, and I'm raising my little girl to not follow in her A's-fan-mom's footsteps!


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  1. FreakinFred Nov 20 201010:13 pm

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    There was a caller on KNBR that stated Huff has moved his grandmother to San Francisco. Although that doesn’t automatically mean he will be wearing orange and black for the 2011 season, I think it’s a solid indication of where his heart lies.

    I’m curious about what Mark DeRosa’s role will be in 2011. He could play third base and outfield. Could he play Short? If so, can he perform as well as (or better than) Uribe at that position? We haven’t really seen what DeRosa could do at AT&T park so I’m anxious to see what he has to show us in Scottsdale come February.

    Now as far as Panda goes, I think he was dealt an eye-opening reality check when he found himself on the bench during the latter part of the season and in the playoffs. Will he use that as motivation to work himself into the lineup in 2011 or will he rest on the laurels of the 2010 Giants squad that got him a World Series ring? I know he wants to help the team succeed. The question is, “How bad does he want to help them?”

    1. Joseph Davis Nov 21 201011:52 am

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      Right now, DeRosa’s health has him in limbo. He had his initial wrist surgery in 2009 and was supposed to be ready in 2010. Obviously that was not the case. If healthy, he’s slated to be the fallback option at 3rd. If the Giants don’t re-sign Burrell, he could play left again. I don’t think, at 36, he’s a full-time shortstop. Uribe needs to be the shortstop.

      As for Pablo, his whole hop-step thing is cute when he’s productive, but not when he’s swinging at face-high pitches. In his defense, what 23-year-old wouldn’t be full of himself when he was a top-5 hitter as a virtual rookie, and had fans wearing his “likeness” all over the ballpark? He isn’t the first youngster who thinks he’s mastered the game after a little success. Bobby Evans says he IS a hard worker, and let’s not forget he had some not-so-well documented personal issues back home in the DR that actually took him away from the team for a while. There isn’t a team in baseball who wouldn’t love to give Pablo another chance, and the Giants are one of them.
      Like you said, he has to want it though.

  2. Christopher Rowe Nov 22 20103:11 pm

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    Interesting stuff. Retooling after a championship is always a delicate balance. Too little and you risk recession and regression. Too much and you risk overhauling a successful team. Personally I’d be surprised if Burrell, Rowand or Guillen or Torres find themselves on the team. Cody Ross will be back, as should Huff. I’m still not sold on Panda but how quickly he has fal;len from good graces.

    So long as they leep that pitching intact, this team will be there!

    Related article: http://prosportsblogging.com/mlb-baseball/expanded-mlb-playoffs-may-be-inevitable/

    1. Joseph Davis Nov 30 20102:28 pm

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      Rowand will be back; the only way he isn’t is if the Giants swap his bloated deal for someone else’s bloated deal, which is how they got out from under Edgardo Alfonzo 5 years ago. Guillen’s HGH scandal sealed his fate; they may have offered him an AAA deal otherwise.
      Torres is under club control but arb/el; i’d be stunned if they didn’t reach SOME agreement. What I don’t get is the tepid interest in Burrell. I know the guy picked the worst time to hit such a dreadful slump, but you can’t forget how critical he was in the regular season. Pat fits the bill for all of the Giants’ needs—power-hitting left fielder, not too old, not too expensive. Sabes said Burrell’s situation will be addressed “late in the winter”. By then he could be long gone. Hello?!

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