The SF Giants have had a disappointing 2022. After a year in which they won 107 games, some regression was expected, but it seems they have fallen from the playoff race. What are the five biggest disappointments from an overall disappointing 2022 team?
SF Giants: 5 biggest disappointments of 2022
SF Giants fans know that a lot of things went right for the 2021 Giants. Everything clicked for a season and the result was a magical 107 win campaign that had the team in the playoffs for the first time in five years.
Going into 2022, not many were expecting a repeat of last year's success, especially after the departure of names like Buster Posey, Kevin Gausman, and Kris Bryant. But many were hoping for more than the abject mediocrity they have been presented with for much of 2022.
Where most things went right in 2021, a lot has gone wrong in 2022. From a bullpen that has struggled mightily, to a defense that has cost the team games, to a seemingly never-ending slew of injuries on a relatively old team, it has added up to a lot of struggles.
This article will highlight the biggest disappointments in terms of players on the 2022 SF Giants. Many of these players have had to deal with things beyond their control like injuries, but even when they have been on the field they have not been the same players they were in 2021.
Without further ado, let's examine five of the biggest disappointments on the 2022 SF Giants.