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Three free-agent additions that the SF Giants must make for 2022

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The 2021 season was a magical year for the SF Giants. However, if they want to continue to take even bigger strides, they will, without a doubt, need to make some moves that can keep them in the upper echelon in the National League.  

Three free-agent additions that the SF Giants must make for 2022

While the 2021-2022 free-agent class is very rich in talent, there is also a lot of uncertainty around a possible labor strike between the players and owners that could impact free agency. 

However, for this story, we’ll act like it’s going to be a normal offseason where there are no issues surrounding the upcoming CBA discussions. 

This list will consist of players that didn’t play in San Francisco last season. Kris Bryant is one the would land on that list, With that, let’s get into the list. There are obviously plenty of pitchers that the Giants should keep, who won’t be included on the list as well. 

There are also a few honorable mentions that missed out on this list. Chris Taylor would be another great super-utility option that the Giants could add. He may even come a bit cheaper than some of the options listed.   

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