We conclude with your Giants MVP.
A difficult season to evaluate.
Kind of a weird season, wasn’t it?
That was a fun surprise.
Oh yeah, Andrew Triggs. That was a thing, wasn’t it.
A season you might have forgotten about, from a player headed overseas.
Tremendous results, just not many of them.
Brief and unsuccessful.
What a year.
Not the most memorable season ever, but it was good.
Not as planned. Still lovable.
Well that was nice.
The submariner was a lot of fun to watch.
So long, friend.
The in-season addition didn’t play much, but was intriguing.
There’s not too much to say on this front.
It was not a memorable season, but that’s a good thing.
Well that was bittersweet.
The left-handed pitcher was hot and cold, and spent most of the year in Sacramento.
The picture of average.
It’s worth wondering what could have been if Jiménez were given more of a chance.
A very backup catcher season for a very backup catcher player.
Not exactly the season he was hoping for.
That went well.
It was an interesting year for the right-handed reliever.
The Giants found a lefty weapon for the bullpen.
The Giants expected the veteran to be good, but he was even better.
Not a great year for the young outfielder.
After a slow start, the second-year pro had a nice season.