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SF Giants: What could be their downfall this season?

Nick San Miguel
PITTSBURGH, PA - MAY 15: Jake McGee #17 of the San Francisco Giants walks off the field after giving up a home run in the ninth inning against the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park on May 15, 2021 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)
PITTSBURGH, PA - MAY 15: Jake McGee #17 of the San Francisco Giants walks off the field after giving up a home run in the ninth inning against the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park on May 15, 2021 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)
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DENVER, CO – MAY 5: Relief pitcher Matt Wisler #37 of the San Francisco Giants delivers to home plate during the fourth inning against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field on May 5, 2021 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)

The SF Giants have gotten off to a much better start than anyone could have expected. At 35-21, they have the best record in baseball. However, we know that this team has weaknesses.

SF Giants: What could be their downfall this season?

Of course, many Giants fans do not want to hear any bad news about the team right now. After all, the Giants are in first place! They are playing the best baseball they have played in years so shouldn’t we just relax and enjoy it? Indeed, we should enjoy their early-season success, but we must brace ourselves for the possibility that the team could falter in the second half of the season.

We all remember the Giants having the best record in baseball in the first half of 2016 only to have one of the worst records in the second half. Therefore, we should examine the two factors that may lead to the team’s downfall this season.

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