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Who will be the most exciting Giants to watch in 2020?

Nick San Miguel
SF Giants infielder Mauricio Dubon. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
SF Giants infielder Mauricio Dubon. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
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Let’s face it, submarine pitchers are kind of annoying.It almost seems like they are cheating with their near gravity-defying way of pitching. However, they are a real treat when they’re on your team.That’s why it will be fun to watch Tyler Rogers in 2020.He was impressive in his first taste of MLB action last year with a 1.02 ERA and a 0.85 WHIP in 17.2 innings. It’s a small sample size, but it’s definitely promising.The team hasn’t had a proper side-armer since Javier Lopez, and they haven’t had a true submarine pitcher in quite some time.In a bullpen deplete of exciting options, Rogers stands out as someone who could separate himself from the pack. Let’s hope his funky motion will keep fooling hitters in 2020 and beyond.The San Francisco Giants might not be a contender in 2020, but there are still plenty of reasons for excitement from an individual standpoint.
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