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2015 San Francisco Giants player hashtags

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Jul 29, 2015; San Francisco, CA, USA; San Francisco Giants outfielders Nori Aoki (left) Gregor Blanco (middle) and Hunter Pence (right) celebrate their 5-0 win over the Milwaukee Brewers at AT&T Park. Mandatory Credit: Lance Iversen-USA TODAY Sports

#SFGoutfielders:

Left Field-@NoriAoki: #LeadOfforShutUp

Look Bruce Bochy, I understand that you have had Ángel Pagán for a few years now and you trust him, but you need to lead Nori Aoki off. No question about it, no ifs, ands, or buts about it. Do not pass go, do not collect $200. Lead Aoki off. Aoki has arguably been an MVP for San Francisco, as he has been a staple for them in left field and setting up the middle of the order with RBI opportunities.

Center Field-@Ángel Pagán: #EndofanEra

Ángel Pagán has been the spark and energy at AT&T Park for the past 3 years. However, every era comes to an end. Pagán has struggled with the bat this year hitting just .264 with an unacceptable .297 OBP. It’s time for the rise of Nori Aoki and Gregor Blanco and the fall of Ángel Pagán.

Right Field-@hunterpence: #RevengeoftheNerds

What more is their to say about Hunter Pence? The city of San Francisco lives through the eyes of Hunter Pence: unique and beautiful. Unique in that Pence is so unorthodox and beautiful in the results that he puts up. His nerdy posts of Game of Thrones and Minecraft on Instagram are one of the many reasons that make him so wonderfully odd. And we love him for it.

Jul 28, 2015; San Francisco, CA, USA; Mandatory Credit: Lance Iversen-USA TODAY Sports

Outfield-@gregorblanco7: #SoYoureSayingTheresAChance

Gregor Blanco is putting together a fantastic year hitting .290/.368/.412. Not to mention his always stellar defensive performances. The White Shark’s 2 year/$7.5 million contract is a steal for San Francisco, and he might even take over the duties in center field before long.

Outfield-@JustinMaxwell43: #SavioroftheFirstHalf

With Hunter Pence going down with an ulna fracture to start the season, Justin Maxwell played out of his mind and helped the Giants stay steady with the Dodgers in the NL West. Without the play of Maxwell in the first part of the season, who knows there the Giants would be right now.

Next: to the #SFGpitchers

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