12:21 PM EST, Fri December 09, 2016

Posey will play for U.S. in World Baseball Classic

In a move that is sure to make Giants fans nervous, catcher Buster Posey has committed to playing for the United States this March in the World Baseball Classic. Players in the WBC arrive early for spring training and leave their teams to play in the tournament. Clubs have to grit their teeth, smile and say they are all for the WBC, because it’s MLB’s baby, but managers and general managers privately dislike the idea of their players competing full bore after a short winter, particularly pitchers. Giants fans will not be happy about Posey’s participation, especially after a season in...
McCovey Chronicles Nov 30, 2016

The Giants would probably love to trade for Andrew McCutchen, but ...

Stop me if you’ve heard this before. The Giants would probably be interested in a trade, but other teams will offer up better prospects. Ken Rosenthal doesn’t mince words in his lede about Andrew McCutchen here. Of all the big names available in trade, Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen might be the most likely to go. It would be the end of an era, or at least the start of a new chapter in the book about the Pirates’ renaissance. Or maybe it’s a sea chanty instead of a book. Either way, McCutchen is the Buster Posey of Pittsburgh, right down to the MVP, and it makes me sad...

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