WHY SF Giants Not A Dynasty

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Some say they are a dynasty but we say NOT. Why?

 

The Giants went 56 years without winning a World Series only to suddenly win three in five years
with largely different teams – not consecutive years with bascially the same team as one would expect.

 

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HOW GIANTS BEAT ALL ODDS TO WIN FIRST (2) WORLD SERIES IN 56 YEARS

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The Giants won all three years, 2010,2012, and 2014 with FIVE INDICTED PED USERS (Melky Cabrera 2012,
Andres Torres 2010, Jose Guillen 2010, Guillermo Mota 2010 and 2012, Michael Morse 2014 and many
suspects (see past articles http://WhereDidYouGoJoeDimaggio.blogspot.com and
http://WhereDidYouGoJoeDimaggio.downloadebooks.me    .  Just the addition of Cabrera in 2012, Torres in 2010 and Morse in 2014 without anything else would have probably made the difference between going all the way or not in those years. But then, if those players weren’t on the team, others would have likely  (and did) take up ‘the slack’ for them (think Marco Scutaro coming to the team in 2012 after Cabrera was suspended and suddenly raising his batting average from .260 at Colorado to near .350 with the Giants.  Just one example.)

 

 

BONDS BEFORE AND AFTER

The Giants have been a team with, admittedly (Larry Baer 2014) a strong history of PED use –
24 players since Bonds, who has continued to have an impact on the team as a part-time coach
and now, inexplicably, no longer guilty of anything even though everyone knows, including himself,
that those monstrous record breaking numbers and inflated body , mostly found in his late thirties and forties
were the result of ‘the clear and the cream’ testosterone steroids.

 

 

The Giants have won with a rotating cast of unlikely, castoff and young players, only a handful of whom
played on all three winning teams. These players, across the board have, performed all three years
above their career averages or (younger players) as well or better than their minor league records.

 

 

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We’ve seen players like Cody Ross, Pablo Sandoval (two series in a row) but up Ruthian-like stats during
October and the Giants, as a team have improved significantly in all three post-seasons, over their regular
season performance – something very unlikely against top competiton; usually teams show a statistical drop
off in the playoffs. Specificially,we saw Sandoval hit six homeruns in 2012 playoffs after only hitting
12 all year, Ross hit six homers in October (2010) and we saw Bumgarner go from the 21st best pitcher during
the regular season to the top pitcher in the post season, improving his ERA by 1,000 percent – an improvement
even more spectacular than his 2012 improved playoff pitching performance. We’ve seen pitchers like Lincecum
and even Barry Zito suddenly resurrected in the post season.

 

 

We’ve seen pitching velocities go up late season when they should be going down and batting averages zoom up
in September and October, across the board three years running. Again, specifics available @ http://WhereDidYouGoJoeDimaggio.blogspot.com and
http://WhereDidYouGoJoeDimaggio.downloadebooks.me

 

 

We see a team that goes for very long extended streams mostly hot , then cold with the team as a unit slumping
– as if drug testing was announced. Hmmm.

 

 

Even this year, the Brandons are suddenly hitting well above their career averages; second baseman
Brandon Crawford has already hit eight homers with only a third of the season behind him-
he’s never hit more than 10 in year or over .250 in the majors – while currently hitting .300, fifty
points above his career average. Giants announcers(specifically Dave Flemming) are now calling him an ‘elite
player’ with possible MVP consideration, this for a player with a .247 career average.

 

 

GIANTS ARE NOT ALONE BUT LEAD THE WAY

The league is full of players suddenly hitting big again, e.g. Puholz with 14 homers, Cruz with 18 at advanced ages-
you have to believe PEDs are still rampant. Yet, the Giants – who may don’t have big KNOWN homerun hitters on other
team are still hitting them but more than that, hitting for average: the Giants as of May 25 had a starting lineup
with everyone in the starting lineup averageing .300, this for a team with only one .300 career player.
Hometown ‘Homer’ Writers have long called Barry Bonds a Hall of Fame caliber player wtih or without steroids,
overlooking the fact he was a mere .290 hitter who never hit more than 36 homers in a year until he came to San
Francisco and PEDs. The same can be said of this year’s Giants. They’re not even a playoff caliber team, with
one legitimate starting pitcher and three rookies ( or almost) in the starting lineup and, again, only one
legitimate .300 career hitter.

 

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HOW GIANTS BEAT ALL ODDS TO WIN FIRST (2) WORLD SERIES IN 56 YEARS

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