The San Francisco Giants announced Tuesday that infielder Juan Uribe will return for a second season by the bay, a one year deal worth 3.25 million dollars, much more then he made last season. What does this mean you ask? It means that Uribe will see much more time on the field then he did last season, which makes the typical Giants fan like you and me jump up for joy. Because of this, GM Brian Sabean deserves some applause. However, only Sabean knows how to screw up a good thing. Uribe is currently penciled in as the everyday third baseman, not shortstop. Apparently manager Bruce Bochy and Sabean feel that Edgar Renteria will be "a different player in 2010" now that his elbow has finally "healed." But while the majority of fans have preferred Uribe starting at shortstop for some time no ...
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