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The San Francisco Giants used great starting pitching and team chemistry to roll to a World Series title, and they will look to a similar formula to defend their crown in 2011.
The Giants didn't lose much in the offseason, but they didn't add anything, either. It's almost impossible to return the same exact championship group and expect the same results the following season, but that's their gameplan.
Miguel Tejada will more than make up for the loss of Edgar Renteria, but scoring runs doesn't come easy for this group. Can the Giants really expect another great season out of veteran Aubrey Huff?
Pablo Sandoval remains their best hitter, but is hurt by the lack of protection he gets from batters around him in the lineup. Buster Posey's emergence has helped, but can he possibly hit that well on a consistent basis with the daily grind of being a catcher?
The rotation is a year older and more experienced, which means they should be even better. Tim Lincecum is one of the best in the game, but Matt Cain doesn't get the love he deserves. Jonathan Sanchez, when he can control his pitches, is almost unhittable.
The Giants, if they can make the playoffs, are extremely dangerous. Their starting rotation makes a playoff series difficult on any opponent, no matter how stacked their batting order may be. They will be in the hunt once again, but their inability to score runs in bunches could come back to haunt them.
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