So I know there are more important things going on right now for the Giants, but given it's an off-day and the Elias rankings came out today, it might be a nice diversion to think just a little about what the Giants will do in the off-season. Or rather keep some of you jackasses from saying stupid things like, "Up 2-0, it's finally going to happen" or "I've got a good feeling about this team." For those of you all puffed up from the last two days, let me play the role of Debbie Downer and mention this: Scott Spiezio. Didn't do it for you, how about 2002 World Series, and while some of you may claim it didn't happen--we all wish it didn't--it did in fact happen.
So Huff, along with being an absolute quote machine, has been beyond great for the Giants this year but if he goes elsewhere the Giants would pick up a draft pick, if they offer him arbitration that is. I wish he had been a Type A free agent, because then it would've cost other teams their first round pick to sign him, and given that he posted a 5.7 WAR this year, I can't really understand why he isn't a Type A free agent, especially when you consider that 'Ole Fatass, Bengie Molina is in fact a Type A free agent. Hopefully he doesn't ground into a double play while going to sign the contract.
So what should the Giants do? Offer arbitration if it goes that far, sign them both to multiple years, or try to upgrade at both slots?
Also, how the fuck is Bengie Molina a Type A free agent? Not that he'll be offered arbitration or anything, but seriously?