The San Francisco Giants will sign…

jason heyward

4. Jason Heyward

So now that we’ve solved starting pitching, let’s find the Giants their outfielder. Heyward is an interesting case because to some, he is one of the best two-way players the game has ever seen to start a career. On the other hand, he doesn’t hit for enough power or have enough of the traditional numbers to warrant a middle-of-the-order payday.

Heyward would be a perfect Giant, and there were reports that the Giants were trying to trade for Heyward last off-season before the Cardinals swooped in and traded for him. So, we can expect the Giants to be interested. However, is his price tag going to scare away most teams? Will he be worth every penny, or will he be a guy who looks more like Jayson Werth than Manny Ramirez?

4 Responses

  1. davcamp

    Wow. What a reach for page views to have to click to each assessment, only to find the Giants are after every top SP and OF.

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    • Saltinuts40

      Did you read the title? It’s an article about the Giants.

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  2. Conicher

    LOL…. in poor taste to get clicks by making it several pages.. oh well, at least I didnt have to watch a video ad, which I wont do. Meanwhile, people talk about Aoki like he wasn’t an incredible lead off hitter batting 302 with a 368 obp. We have seen the giants without a good lead off hitter, they are far more than an outfielder….Lead off hitters are very hard to find and Pagan has lost that touch.

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    • Saltinuts40

      Poor taste?

      Every article that has a list does this. It’s a profile of 6 guys, so there are page breaks. Welcome to the internet.

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