Sorry, Giants fans. This season could soon take a turn for the worst record in baseball

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Sorry, Giants fans. This season could soon take a turn for the worst record in baseball
Sorry, Giants fans. This season could soon take a turn for the worst record in baseball

Sorry, Giants fans. This season could soon take a turn for the worst record in baseball The San Francisco Giants owned a 31-40 record heading into Wednesday night's game, in last place in the National League West and just suffered a brutal 9-0 defeat against their rivals, the Los Angeles Dodgers. It may not sound like the Giants have much room to regress, but their situation may soon get worse. The Giants own the third-worst run differential in baseball and their -90 mark ranks at the bottom of the National League. Even the Marlins, a club that's five games worse than the Giants in the standings, have a superior -75 run differential. If you've never heard of the term “pythagorean winning percentage,”

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