“We recognize our needs,” said Giants’ general manager Bobby Evans, “starting with our starting pitching.” After the Giants finished 84-78 and missed the playoffs one year after winning the World Series, their top officials reconvened Monday to address reporters and start looking toward 2016. During a 25-minute news conference, the Giants stressed that the focus this winter will be a rotation that has been the backbone of their three World Series runs.
“We recognize our needs,” said Giants’ general manager Bobby Evans, “starting with our starting pitching.” After the Giants finished 84-78 and missed the playoffs one year after winning the World Series, their top officials reconvened Monday to address reporters and start looking toward 2016. During a 25-minute news conference, the Giants stressed that the focus this winter will be a rotation that has been the backbone of their three World Series runs. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
“We recognize our needs,” said Giants’ general manager Bobby Evans, “starting with our starting pitching.” After the Giants finished 84-78 and missed the playoffs one year after winning the World Series, their top officials reconvened Monday to address reporters and start looking toward 2016. During a 25-minute news conference, the Giants stressed that the focus this winter will be a rotation that has been the backbone of their three World Series runs. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com

Starting pitching tops Giants’ priority list for offseason

October 05, 2015 06:02 PM

UPDATED October 05, 2015 07:21 PM

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