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Buster Posey, Juan Uribe, and Pedro Martinez Could Put Creative Giants On Top

Save your sabermetrics and your OPS and OBS and all those other statistics that address a hitter's ability to produce.

The 2010 San Francisco Giants, when healthy, score a few more runs a week than the 2009 Giants did. This bunch, however, is no better than last year's club at scoring a run when they really, really, need one.

The easiest way to score a run is, naturally, to jack a ball over the fence. Pablo Sandoval is a consistent home run threat. Beyond Sandoval, the club is without a true source of power.

The fact that the Giants are without extra-base power leaves us muttering about them being poor situational hitters. And, since rallies come three hits at a time, we pay a lot more attention to their performances with runners in scoring position than do fans of ...

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