I bet that title is something you never thought you’d see in 2017, but at this very moment the San Francisco Giants are the worst team in Major League Baseball.
At 11-23 and a winning percentage of .324, the San Francisco Giants now have the worst record and winning percentage in all of baseball.
Let that sink in for a minute.
It’s not like it’s the first week of the season any more, we are over 30 games into this thing, and the Giants are at the very bottom.
As I mentioned earlier this week, the time for excuses is over for this team. There is clearly something going on in the clubhouse as there is no way this team should be playing this poorly even with all the injuries.
Maybe the veterans who have won a championship have become complacent, I really don’t know. I just know this team is not playing to it’s potential, and that is highly frustrating.
At this point you have to start putting some blame on the manager. While Bruce Bochy can’t make them perform better, it’s his job to keep them motivated.
And if the players can’t get motivated, it’s the manger’s job to find someone, like Christian Arroyo, who is motivated to play.
I get that there are 128 games left in the season, and I’m not saying that I’ve given up on this team, but it’s time to realize that something needs to change.
The San Francisco Giants basically need to go 77-52 the rest of the way to have a shot at making the playoffs this year. Do you really think they can play .675 baseball the rest of the way from what you’ve seen so far?
I just can’t accept the fact that the San Francisco Giants are the worst team in baseball right now. There is zero chance they finish the season as the worst team in the league, but if things don’t get better soon, we could see the Giants become sellers at the deadline for the first time in a while.