Breaking down the San Francisco Giants’ spectacular season

The San Francisco Giants have had a spectacular comeback season. After going 29-31 last year, no one had any hope that they would have the best record in baseball before the All-Star Break.

The Giants are located in the toughest division in all of baseball. Two of the best teams in baseball are in the NL West, the San Diego Padres, and the Los Angeles Dodgers.

The Padres are led by Fernando Tatis Jr. one of if not the best players in baseball. And the Dodgers are led by their starting pitching.

The Giants on the other hand don’t have a star player. They have used hard work to become the best team in baseball. They are led by their manager Gabe Kapler. He has used statistics to find out where to position his fielders and it is working because they have the best fielding percentage in baseball.

If your favorite player on the Giants is not in the starting lineup they will probably come into the game at some point because Gabe Kapler loves to use pinch hitters. The Giants have players that go on hot streaks and carry the team for about 5 or 6 games.

Some players that have done this are Steven Duggar, Mike Yesteremski, Buster Posey, and Brandon Crawford. The Giants have great starting pitching too. All their pitchers can usually keep teams to under three runs every game.

This is how I think the Giants have become the best team in baseball.