The SF Giants have had a tremendous amount of team success over the past 15 years, and while that comes with three World Series titles and an MVP from Buster Posey, there hasn’t been much individual success beyond that.
5 SF Giants players who will make the 2022 MLB All-Star team
Sure, we’ve seen a few All-Star seasons, and Brandon Crawford is always a player for Gold Glove, and even won a Silver Slugger back in 2015, but beyond that, the team by the bay gets overlooked quite a lot when it comes to individual talent.
In 2022 however, after a stellar 2021 campaign, the Giants will be almost impossible to overlook, and with a fantastic rotation and a lineup full of energy, we are going to see some Giants on the biggest stages baseball has to offer.
While injuries and other things outside of players control can always happen, if healthy, these are the five SF Giants players that in 2022 should represent the team at the MLB All Star Game, unfortunately at Dodger Stadium.
1. Logan Webb
Logan Webb showed flashes of promise during his first stint at the major league level, but in 2021, he put it all together, and announced himself on the national stage with a fantastic NLDS against the rival LA Dodgers.
Webb used all four of his pitches incredibly effectively, but it was the command and use of the sinker that allowed them to all be so nasty, and after two starts in 2022, it’s hard to see him not building on what he started last year.
Not only will Webb represent San Francisco at the All-Star game, but if he can continue to build his confidence in all of his weapons, and get the run support the Giants can give him, he should also be in the Cy Young conversation come October.