The Giants are putting the pieces together for a winning 2012 season. But not all your 2011 favorites are a part of the plan.
Here are the top five most memorable moments of the Giants’ 2011 season.
Jonathan Sanchez walked through Kauffman Stadium on a blustery fall morning, bundled up in a black coat with a black stocking cap pulled onto his head.
The injury-laden Giants have looked downright ugly while dropping 5 of the last 6 series, losing ground in the NL West and the wild card.
The benches empty and three are ejected after Ramon Ramirez plunks Shane Victorino in a rematch of 2010’s NLCS.
Brandon Belt again draws the short straw and Barry Zito heads back to the DL, as newly-healthy Mark DeRosa and Jonathan Sanchez rejoin the Giants.
The Giants will soon have some decisions to make concerning the weak links in the rotation, Barry Zito and Jonathan Sanchez.
Jonathan Sanchez is not quite ready for the season. Could have fooled the Los Angeles Angels. Sanchez gave up only one hit in six innings to lead the San Francisco Giants to a 4-0 victory over the Angels on Thursday night.