Giants Roundup: “Predicting The Season And How Badly It Will Go” Edition

  • Ray Ratto looks into his crystal ball and tells us how the Season of 756 will play out, and you know, we can see pretty much all of it happening. [SFGate]
  • Sports Illustrated picked the Giants to finish dead last. Sabean thinks this year’s squad is like the 1997 team that finished first after last place predictions. The difference, in our opinion, is that Stan Javier isn’t on this year’s version. [SFGate]
  • Kevin Correia is only having a bad time on the mound this spring if you consider an 8.44 ERA “bad.” [Inside Bay Area]
  • Reason #4231 to like Barry Zito: prior to leaving Arizona yesterday, he bought steak-and-potato meals for all 250 players, coaches and personnel. Good Barry 1, Bad Barry 0. [sfgiants]
  • According to Peter Gammons, “the Giants have it in writing that Barry Bonds will do dugout press briefings the first day of a road series, to try to lessen the congestion in the San Francisco clubhouse.” Um, thanks? Good Barry 2, Bad Barry 0. [ESPN Insider]
  • And, since everyone liked Deadspin’s A’s Preview, here’s the Giants’ version. [Deadspin]

2 Responses to Giants Roundup: “Predicting The Season And How Badly It Will Go” Edition

  1. corneliuscharles says:

    ’97 was a great season. Speaking of which, whatever happened to… Brian Johnson?

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