The rotation will lay an occasional egg.
The Giants can't score in Coors Field.
The bullpen might have a bad game every now and again, which will snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.
The Giants can't score in Coors Field. The Giants couldn't score in the Baker Bowl. The Giants couldn't score if they were a team in that crappy NES game, Major League Baseball. The Giants couldn't score if they were granted a free runner in every inning, a fourth strike in every at-bat, and a fourth out in every inning. Aluminum bats, rules that disallow breaking balls, and specially trained ospreys that grasp Giants' fly balls in flight and carry them away from their initial landing spot: not enough to help the Giants score.
I can deal with the occasional pitching failure. But the hitting is making this team unwatchable.
Wait, that's not fair. They did score a run. The Giants had runners on second and third with no one out, and they bucked the odds to get a single run home. And here I am, dwelling on the negative. If the Giants were able to get runners on second and third with no one out in every inning, they'd probably average five runs a game. They should work on that.