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San Francisco Giants | American Professional Baseball Team

Conference National League (NL)
Division West
Founded 1883
History San Francisco Giants (1958–present)
New York Giants (1886–1957)
New York Gothams (1883–1884)
Arena Oracle Park (2000–present)
World Series Titles 8 1905, 1921, 1922, 1933, 1954, 2010, 2012, 2014
NL Pennants 23 1888, 1889, 1904, 1905, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1917, 1921, 1922, 1923, 1924, 1933, 1936, 1937, 1951, 1954, 1962, 1989, 2002, 2010, 2012, 2014
2024 San Francisco Giants Odds: Betting Futures this Season

2024 San Francisco Giants Odds: Betting Futures this Season

On Monday this week, the San Francisco Giants scored one of the biggest gets in free agency, signing two time and reigning Cy Young winner Blake Snell. Snell will throw in San Francisco for a season for the SF Giants, which is a-okay for the G-Men and their fans because SF is desperate to make the postseason.

Does Snell’s addition make the Giants contenders to win the NL West, the National League Championship Series, and the World Series?

Let’s take a look at the San Francisco Giants Season Rundown. That includes their odds to win the National League West, the NL Pennant, and even the World Series in 2024. Here it is:

 

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2024 San Francisco Giants | 141st season for the San Francisco Giants franchise
National League | West
Oracle Park, San Francisco, California

2023 San Francisco Season
Record: .488 | 79-83 – H45-36 – L34-47
NL West 4th Place

 

2024 San Francisco Giants Odds to Win the World Series, NLCS, and NL West

Giants to Win the NL West +1300

Signing Snell is massive. The former Padre went 14-9 last season with a 2.25 ERA and struck out 234 batters. Snell’s WHIP was 1.19. He garnered 38-of-40 Cy Young votes.

The reason Snell’s is big is because he heads to a team with Logan Webb. Last season, Webb posted a 3.25 ERA and 1.07 WHIP. Webb and Snell give San Francisco two aces, which makes the Giants contenders to win the NL West.

The bats will be there. More importantly, too much money is landing on a Dodgers squad with questions. The Dodgers spent $1.2 billion signing Tyler Glasnow, Shohei Ohtani, and Yoshinobu Yamamoto.

Yamamoto may or may not translate his excellent pitching in the Japanese League to MLB. Ohtani should be great, but he’s changing leagues, and Glasnow, although dominant in his final spring start, hasn’t played without injury in a couple of seasons.

In addition, the Dodgers must prove they have the requisite chemistry to win the division. Beating the Diamondbacks will be tough because the D’Backs are a solid club, but if the odds are anywhere close to the above after the Snell signing, the Giants are worth backing to win the NL West.

Is San Francisco worth a bet to win the NL West: Yes

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Giants to Win the NL Championship Series +2500

Two ace pitchers is what you require to win in the postseason. The Giants will have two top ace pitchers in Webb and Snell.

So unless the bats fall apart, the signing Mike Chapman to play third base, and Jorge Soler as the designated hitter implies that definitely won’t happen, the Giants will be tough to beat should they make the postseason.

If you’re on the Giants to win their division, which means they’d knock off the World Series favored Los Angeles Dodgers, then why not back them to win the NLCS?

Is San Francisco worth a bet to win the ALCS: Yes

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Giants to Win the World Series +5000

You can’t win the World Series unless you can pitch. There’s a chance Snell doesn’t have it this season. Also, don’t expect 50-to-1 because those odds were pre-Blake Snell signing.

Still, even at +3000, the Giants should be a solid club unless Snell really falls apart, which doesn’t seem likely. Snell signed for a short contract with the Giants so he could explore options this offseason, which means he expects to post excellent numbers. Anything close to what he did last season make SF a World Series contender.

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The San Francisco Giants have been on the cusp of dynasty status for the last 15 seasons, with three World Series titles since 2010. The Giants run an admirable organization where they sign free agents intelligently while also developing their own talent internally. Today, we are going to take a look at what to expect from San Francisco during the 2023 season.

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The Lineup

While the Giants do an admirable job with their roster construction, it would have been nice for them to have either Aaron Judge or Carlos Correa during the offseason. Unfortunately, for completely different reasons, neither happened, and it will be difficult to keep up with the Dodgers and Padres in the division. San Francisco did not come away empty-handed, however, as they were able to add Michael Conforto and Mitch Haniger during the offseason.

Manager Gabe Kapler is hopeful that Conforto will regain his health following shoulder surgery and live up to the potential he showed over seven seasons with the Mets. In Haniger, the Giants are getting a player that hit 39 home runs and recorded 100 runs batted in just two seasons ago. The lineup appears to be improved, but it will require some good breaks in terms of health and performance.

The Rotation

The addition of Manaea could provide tremendous upside or it could create a weak spot in the rotation. The now 31-year-old was once thought to be a potential top end-of-the-rotation pitcher, but he has shown to allow way too many home runs and allowed the second most walks in his career with the Padres last season. In Stripling, the Giants get a nice back end of the rotation guy that is pitching some of the best baseball of his career since entering his thirties.

Of course, the real star of the rotation is homegrown ace, Logan Webb. The 26-year-old threw 192+ innings last season with an ERA of just 2.90 and striking out 163 batters. The Giants think there is still room for growth, and a bump in his strikeout rate could make him one of the most dominant pitchers in the National League.

The loss of Carlos Rodon hurts as the left handed number two went to the Yankees, which makes the miss on Judge hurt just a little bit more. The Giants are hoping Alex Cobb can remain steady while the addition of Stripling can mitigate some of the blow from the loss of Rodon.

The Pen

Camilo Doval is on the cusp of becoming one of the best young closers in baseball by all accounts. His 10.6 strikeouts per innings pitched number from last season was significantly worse than his 2021 number of 12.3, which is a concern, but he is still very good. The more concerning aspect of this bullpen is inconsistency. The Giants were fantastic in 2021 but failed to establish that dominance last season. If the pen can get the ball and the lead to Doval, they will likely find success.

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The San Francisco Giants led the majors with 107 wins last season but little good that did them in the playoffs. I’d expect some major regression this season – assuming there is one. Here’s a breakdown of the Giants.

Odds to win World Series: +2500
Odds to win National League: +1100
Odds to win NL West: +400

MLB Analysis 2022 season

The Giants won their sixth NL West title and first since 2012 last season. The Giants sole possession of first place following their win on May 31 and held it for 121 of 122 days for the remainder of the season, beating out the Los Angeles Dodgers by 1.0 game. The Giants clinched the division on the final day. The 107 wins were a franchise record. At the beginning of the season, Fangraphs projected the Giants to finish third in the National League West with a 5.7 percent chance of making the playoffs.

SF finished the season with the best record in the Majors in games following a loss, going 38-17 (.691). As a team, the Giants were worth 27 outs above average this season according to Statcast, tied for fifth-most in the Majors with KC behind the Cardinals (53), Astros (41), Rangers (31), and Rays (29). The Giants lost a good chunk of their Opening Day roster for long stretches throughout the 2021 season. Overall, the Giants lost 1,490 games due to injury this season, 10th-most in the Majors. SF had 37 different players placed on the IL, the third-most in the Majors.

San Francisco hit 241 homers in 2021, the most in franchise history for a single-season and the most in the National League. Only the Blue Jays (262) hit more. The Giants had a MLB record 17 different players hit at least five home runs, surpassing the previous mark held by the 2019 Mariners (16).

SF also had 10 different players reach the 10-homer threshold in 2021, most by any NL team and tied for the most in the Majors with the Dodgers, Rays and Yankees. The 10 such players with 10 or more homers was also a new team franchise record with the previous best being nine different players in 2000, 1987, 1958 and 1952. SF turned in a franchise-best 17 games with four or more homers this season that also was tied for most in the Majors with Toronto.

Alas, the Giants lost in five games in the NLDS to the Dodgers. Including the five playoff games, the teams played each other a whopping 24 times overall It was the first time in the San Francisco era (1958-pres.) that the Giants will have faced the same opponent at least 24 times in a single season (incl. playoffs). The previous high was 23 games vs. Philadelphia in 1961) and 23 games apiece vs. Chicago-NL and Pittsburgh in 1960.

The Giants-Dodgers NLDS was their first ever postseason meeting and it was the first time in MLB history (regular season or playoffs) that two teams met after winning at least 105 games. The Giants are now 100-93-2 all-time in postseason play and 61-52 in the SF-era (since 1958). They are 19-20-2 (win-lost-split) in 41 postseason series, having gone 17-21 (4-5-0 win-lost-split) in eight trips to the NLDS, 24-15 (5-2-0) in seven trips to the NLCS and 57-57-2 in the World Series (8-12-2).

The team took a major hit in the offseason with future Hall of Fame catcher Buster Posey surprisingly retiring. Posey, 34, was a seven-time All-Star, including in his final season when he hit .304. He is the first catcher in MLB history to hit .300 or better in his final year. Posey joined Pete Rose as the only other player in MLB history to win Rookie of the Year (2010), an MVP (2012) and three World Series rings (2010, ’12, ’14).

Posey caught three no-hitters, tied for third-most in league history. He’s one of eight catchers ever to be selected to five All-Star games, win an MVP and win at least one World Series title. Five of the other seven are in the Hall of Fame. In addition, trade acquisition Kris Bryant is a free agent and not likely to be re-signed.

Bryant was also one of SF’s offensive bright spots during the NLDS, hitting .471 (8-for-17) with one home run and two RBI in the five-game series. Bryant reached base safely in four of the five games. The Giants were held to four runs or fewer in each of the five games during the NLDS. It was only the fourth time in 2021 (regular or postseason) that the Giants were held to four runs or fewer in five straight games.

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San Francisco Giants Analysis Before 2020 Season Start
 

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After winning three World Series titles in the last decade, the once perennially-powerful San Francisco Giants will be desperate to get back to being a winning ballclub once the 2020 MLB regular season gets underway. Following three straight missed playoff appearances, Frisco is hoping to get back to being a legitimate contender this coming campaign. Whether the Giants can pull that off remains to be seen, but let’s find out what likely lies in store for Frisco once the 2020 season does get going. Let’s check the MLB Odds and World Series Odds for the San Francisco Giants 2020 Season.

San Francisco Giants Analysis Before 2020 Season Start

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NL Pennant Odds +10000
World Series Odds +25000

San Francisco Giants Offensive Analysis

San Francisco went 77-85 last season to finish third in the NL West, mostly because they were pitiful offensively. The Giants finished the 2019 campaign ranked a dismal 28th in scoring (4.19 rpg), 27th in team batting average (.239), 28th in OPS (.694), and 26th in home runs (167). San Francisco did find a hidden gem in Mike Yastrzemski, the grandson of legendary Red Sox outfielder Carl Yastrzemski. The younger Yaz hit a solid .272 with 21 homers and 55 RBI in just 107 games after finally making it to the majors as a 28-year-old rookie. The bad news is that former veteran superstars Buster Posey and Evan Longoria look nothing like their younger selves after hitting .257 and .254 respectively a year ago. Frisco is hoping for some better production from left fielder Alex Dickerson and young shortstop Mauricio Dubon after the pair hit .276 and .274 respectively last season.

San Francisco Giants Defensive Analysis

While Frisco was absolutely inept offensively, the Giants were a middle-of-the-pack team defensively in 2019 in finishing 15th in team ERA (4.38), 10th in WHIP (1.30), 14th in strikeouts per game (8.86) and 23rd in quality starts (51). Veteran right-hander Johnny Cueto will be looking for a big, bounce-back season after going 1-2 with a 5.06 ERA in just four starts while fellow veteran right-hander Jeff Samardzija will look to build on his 11-12 record with a solid 3.52 ERA, if he can get some run production that is. Right-handers Kevin Gausman and Tyler Beede join lefty Drew Smyly to round out the starting rotation. Veteran lefty Tony Watson is schedule to be the closer one season after the now departed Will Smith recorded 34 saves in the role last season.

San Francisco Giants Offseason Movements

Traded RHP Burch Smith to Oakland for cash. Claimed LHP Jarlin Garcia off waivers from Miami. Agreed to terms with OF Hunter Pence on a one-year contract. Agreed to terms with LHP Drew Smyly on a one-year contract.

San Francisco Giants Prediction

I don’t have a clue what direction San Francisco is heading in as we await the start of the 2020 regular season, but it doesn’t look like the once powerful NL West residents are looking to win right now. The Giants didn’t make any big moves in free agency and they’ve got a ton of question marks with both, their position players and pitchers. Not only that, but the Giants’ hire of former Phillies managed Gabe Kapler was a bit of a stunner after seeing how miserably he failed in Philly with a pretty good roster. With former staff ace Madison Bumgarner bolting, the 2020 Giants are clearly starting over. I wouldn’t expect the Giants to reach the .500 mark in 2020 simply because they don’t have enough talent.

 
 
 
 

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