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San Francisco Giants: Three Bold Predictions for Spring Training

Jake Mastroianni
Oct 8, 2016; Chicago, IL, USA; San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Jeff Samardzija (29) reacts after giving up an RBI single to Chicago Cubs left fielder Ben Zobrist (18) during the first inning during game two of the 2016 NLDS playoff baseball series at Wrigley Field. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 8, 2016; Chicago, IL, USA; San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Jeff Samardzija (29) reacts after giving up an RBI single to Chicago Cubs left fielder Ben Zobrist (18) during the first inning during game two of the 2016 NLDS playoff baseball series at Wrigley Field. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports
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Apr 2, 2016; Oakland, CA, USA; San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy (15) signs autographs for fans before the game with the Oakland A
Apr 2, 2016; Oakland, CA, USA; San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy (15) signs autographs for fans before the game with the Oakland A

We’re still a little over a month away from pitchers and catchers reporting, but it’s never too early to start talking about San Francisco Giants baseball.

The San Francisco Giants have pretty much wrapped up everything they’re going to do this offseason unless they decide to go out and get an outfielder.

There is always a chance that they could get a reliever or another arm to battle for the fifth rotation spot as well.

The San Francisco Giants are looking to build off a good 2016 where they won the Wild Card game and gave the eventual World Series champions a run for their money in the division series.

The top of the rotation is pretty set with Madison Bumgarner, Johnny Cueto, Matt Moore and Jeff Samardzija.

The only spot in the lineup up for question is in left field – assuming they stick with Eduardo Nunez and Conor Gillaspie at third base.

And then of course there is always room to add an arm in the bullpen if the right fit comes along.

It could be a pretty boring spring training for the San Francisco Giants with most spots already locked up, but that’s a not a bad thing. It’s nice going into a season knowing what you have.

Still, there is a lot for San Francisco Giants fans to keep an eye on next month as spring training starts. Here are three bold predictions for spring training.

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