Way too early SF Giants Opening Day Roster Prediction

The off-season is far from over as several big-name free agents have yet to decide where they will be playing for the 2024 season.

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Way too early SF Giants Opening Day roster prediction

Starting rotation - Logan Webb, Ross Stripling, Kyle Harrison, Jordan Hicks, Keaton Winn

The acquisition of Jordan Hicks gave the Giants a much-needed starter but they likely need at least one more. Right now, the Giants are relying on Ross Stripling, who had a subpar 2023 season, and Keaton Winn who hasn't been given a consistent starting role at the major league level. Webb is the ace of the staff but there are a ton of questions in the remaining staff. The rotation should get a huge boost around the All-Star break when Alex Cobb and Robbie Ray return.

Bullpen - Camilo Doval, Tyler Rogers, Taylor Rogers, Luke Jackson, Ryan Walker, Tristan Beck, Randy Rodriguez, Erik Miller

There are only two question marks in the Giants' bullpen heading into spring. Randy Rodriguez and Erik Miller received the edge but those two spots could be filled by any number of options including Mason Black, Carson Wisenhunt, Sean Hjelle, etc. Camilo Doval is the obvious closer with the Rogers twins, Luke Jackson, and Ryan Walker bridging the gap while Tristan Beck is used as a de facto bulk innings arm likely following Jordan Hicks as he builds up stamina.

The Giants have some room to improve their roster as they have two holes in their bullpen, the starters outside of Logan Webb are questionable, and they need a trusted left-handed bench bat.