The San Francisco Giants clearly need some offensive help from the free-agent market but re-thinking the way they evaluate their own home-grown talent would help boost their offense from within. For instance, while the Giants have a plethora of inconsistent young talent including players who may or may not develop into everyday starters, Nate Schierholtz doesn't belong amongst that group. Throughout the past couple years Giants fans have grouped together such players like John Bowker, Eugenio Velez, Fred Lewis, Travis Ishikawa and Schierholtz in the same category. But unlike the rest of that group, Schierholtz should already have been rewarded with an everyday spot. His showing in 2009 proved he has the talent level of an everyday big league outfielder. Unfortunately, the main reason fans ...
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