2015 San Francisco Giants report card (Part I): Infielders edition

By Danny Vietti
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May 29, 2015; San Francisco, CA, USA; San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey (28) works the third inning against the Atlanta Braves at AT&T Park. Mandatory Credit: Lance Iversen-USA TODAY Sports.

#34 Andrew Susac (C-)

Another Giant caught in the injury trap all season long was Susac. Nevertheless, even when Susac was healthy and in the lineup, he did not prove worthy of his #1 prospect rating. With that being said, we all know Susac can hit the ball and displayed some of his power by hitting three home runs in 52 at-bats. It’s all just a matter of getting consistent at-bats and putting it all together for the young stud.

Final Statistics:

52 Games, .218/.297/.368/.666, 3 home runs, 14 RBIs, 14 runs, 7 doubles

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#28 Buster Posey (A-)

Unarguably, Posey was the Giants MVP this year and for a while was in contention for the NL MVP. What else can we say about Posey? I mean he’s the franchise player for a reason and San Francisco has absolutely nothing to worry about. Posey ended up being 6th in batting average, 19th in RBIs, and 17th in hits for the entire MLB this year.

The only reason for the minus on his grade (A-) is due to the fact that I strongly believe that he has at least one more breakout season left and this was not quite that. Pretty scary to think that he has even more to give, and all in all, it was a very good year for the team leader.

Final Statistics:

150 Games, .318/.379/.470/.849, 19 home runs, 95 RBIs, 74 runs, 28 doubles, 6.1 WAR, and 2015 NL All Star

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