The SF Giants need starting pitching in 2021. But here's why they likely won't go after top free agents.
The SF Giants need starting pitching in 2021. But here's why they likely won't go after top free agents.

In his first two offseasons as the Giants’ president of baseball operations, Farhan Zaidi has prioritized a disciplined financial approach to roster building that was unfamiliar to an organization accustomed to fielding one of the highest payrolls in the major leagues.Zaidi has yet to sign a player to a contract worth upward of $10 million and last winter, infielder Wilmer Flores became the first and only Giant to sign a multi-year contract during Zaidi’s time with the club, agreeing to a two-year, $6.25 million deal with a club option for the 2022 season.Despite that shrewdness, Zaidi and the…

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