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Thursday BP: Giants aren’t done making pitching moves

Anthony DeSclafani wasn’t the last pitcher who will be signed.

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Hello and happy Thursday.

The San Francisco Giants signed right-handed pitcher Anthony DeSclafani to a one-year, $6 million contract on Wednesday. But it’s not the last rotation move they’ll make.

To hear president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi talk about it, there are more rotation moves to come.

The Giants can pencil DeSclafani, Johnny Cueto, and Kevin Gausman into the rotation, health permitting. Logan Webb would seem to be a strong favorite as well. And then there are a few other options, including Tyler Beede, who is recovering from Tommy John surgery, and Tyler Anderson, who was non-tendered but the Giants remain in contact with.

More moves coming! That’s always exciting.

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Have a wonderful Thursday.