How many Giants will have good offensive seasons?

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How many Giants will have good offensive seasons?
How many Giants will have good offensive seasons?

The San Francisco Giants offense is not good. You don't need me to tell you this. You've been watching the games, or if you haven't, you've been reading about them. Now, we can dissect the relentlessly uninspiring offense all we want, but it boils down to something remarkably simple: The Giants offense is bad because the components making it up are bad. I know, I know. It's a little bit out there. Stick with me. To display the offensive futility, let's look at OPS+, which is a nice, simple, clean stat. It's merely OPS (on-base percentage plus slugging percentage), weighted for league average, which is 100. A batter with a 125 OPS+ has an OPS 125% as good as the average player, while a hitter

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