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The San Francisco Giants, one of the most successful baseball teams over the past five years, saw a rash of injuries and pitching problems hold them back in 2013.
Matt Cain surprisingly struggled last year, leading some to wonder if all of the extra postseason innings over the past few years wore down his arm. Advanced metrics show that isn't the case, but he will need to pitch better in 2014.
Madison Bumgarner was the club's best pitcher last year and looks to be a strong No. 2. The Giants picked up veteran Tim Hudson in the offseason, and he could really thrive in their large ballpark.
Catcher Buster Posey is the Giants best player, whether it be his bat or his defense. The problem is that the Giants don't have much around him in the lineup. First baseman Brandon Belt showed improvement last year but is still not much of a power threat. Pablo Sandoval is still inconsistent and was hurt for part of last season. The team did add Michael Morse to provide some more pop, but he has his own set of injury issues.
If the Giants can get back to being a dominant starting pitching team, they can challenge the Dodgers for NL West supremacy. Otherwise, this team will struggle to get to .500.
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