Let's face it. The San Francisco Giants have not had decent production from first base since JT Snow left the team after the 2005 season. Mark Sweeney? Meh. Shea Hillenbrand? Not one of Brian Sabean's finest Trade Deadline deals. Lance Niekro? Let's just say Giants fans and management overestimated that guy because of his family history. Ryan Klesko? (What? The Giants had Ryan Klesko? And they had him play first base? Apparently so ). John Bowker and Rich Aurilia? They probably belong at other positions (and that's putting it nicely). Thus, as you can see, in the Post-Snow era, the first baseman have been pretty meagre for the Giants. There is some hope though, and it comes in the form of three guys, potentially. Travis Ishikawa, Ryan Garko and Jesus Guzman. First off, I'm a fan of Ishikaw ...
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