San Francisco Giants: 3 Reasons Not to Panic
There is no denying that this has been an awful start to the 2017 season for the San Francisco Giants. Not only are they 6-13, but they’re without their ace for over a month.
You can be as optimistic as you want, but things do not look good for the San Francisco Giants in the early going.
Up until the beginning of last week I still thought this team had a chance to turn things around. The offense and pitching both had good numbers, but they just weren’t playing together.
But then with the news of Madison Bumgarner getting injured, coupled with the sweep by the Colorado Rockies, has myself and many Giants fans ready to jump ship.
However, not all hope is lost.
As I’ve been told several times already, it’s early. It’s probably fair that we at least give this team a month to play together and gel. Although, the majority of this team has been playing together for years, so I’m not sure what that has to do with anything.
Still, I think the coaching staff is trying to figure out the best way to construct this lineup, and nothing is working so far.
I know you want to give up on this team, and I can’t blame you, but here are three reasons to be hopeful: