Don't know if i'm just late to the party, but apparently the Giants are adding the Scutaro "Rain Globe" to the lists of promotions. The "Third and King" MLB pro blog lists that McC was inspiration for the idea, along with others in social media.
You won't be able to hear it until after 1 p.m. EST unless you listen to the show live -- and why wouldn't you do that? Once again, the nation hears how fortunate we Giants fans are.
Zack Wheeler‘s spring debut set the prospect world abuzz as the right-hander showed elite stuff in two scoreless innings of work. Having seen him pitch twice for the Augusta GreenJackets in 2010, Wheeler’s outing is an example of projection blooming into production.
This season, the 23-year-old right-hander promises to knock down a different wall — the one standing between him and big-league stardom. Few pitching prospects have a higher ceiling. Wheeler throws four plus-pitches, including a mid-90s fastball and a rapidly improving changeup.
Obviously, it's impossible to draw any conclusions from any of this, but Sanchez is worth watching as someone who has at least some shot at making the team, perhaps as the second lefty out of the bullpen. He struck out two and walked one, although he did have a wild pitch and an HBP.Charlie Wilmoth- Bucs Dugout
I think many of us knew this was coming as Gillaspie was out of options and didn't really have a place on this year's team. Soptic's a 100MPH reliever in the low minors with awful control and no great offspeed pitches. Project, but with a lot of payoff potential.
For any McCoven who live in the Northern region of the Bay Area who use the ferry might find this article interesting.