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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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Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto. (Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/Getty Images)

Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto

The shimmying Johnny Cueto is always bound to provide some entertainment value when he takes the mound. He has a flare and charisma that make him a lot of fun to watch when he is dealing.

Like some of the other players on this list, he doesn’t have the same abilities that he used to, but he can still shimmy, and that’s all you need to be entertaining in my book.

Plus, he showed us last year when he came back from injury that he’s still got something left in the tank.

He had two scoreless, five-inning starts in September, followed by a few outings where he was roughed up. Still, his fast return from Tommy John surgery inspires some confidence.

Now he has had a full offseason to rest up, and if he can stay healthy, he will be a major part of the Giants rotation in 2020.

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