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The San Francisco Giants continued their impressive run by winning their third World Series in the past five years. The only bad news is that if the trend continues, they wouldn't win one this year.
While the Giants lost Pablo Sandoval and have to be a least bit concerned with the amount of innings thrown by Madison Bumgarner in 2014, they should get back a healthy Matt Cain. If he can return to pitching like an ace again, the Giants will be scary good at the top of their rotation.
That's not to say things couldn't go wrong. Bumgarner threw a ton of innings last year, Cain and Tim Lincecum haven't been the same the same the past two seasons, and Tim Hudson and Jake Peavy aren't getting any younger.
It will be interesting to see what Brandon Belt can do if he can stay healthy for a full season. He seemed to finally be coming into his own last year before injuries struck, which was unfortunate for his development.
Other than Buster Posey and Hunter Pence, this isn't a lineup that will scare anybody. The Giants play in what is very much a pitcher's ballpark, so they don't spend a lot of their money on home run hitters.
San Francisco will battle the Los Angeles Dodgers for the NL West Crown. It should be a very entertaining race. Either way, the Giants should once again reach the postseason and be a World Series contender.
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