With the SF Giants’ rotation makeover complete, the next steps are more complicated

After entering the offseason with a clear plan to rebuild their rotation with veteran starting pitchers, the San Francisco Giants’ staff makeover appears complete. It took until the fifth day of spring workouts for the puzzle pieces to fit together, but the team finally announced the addition of 2016 All-Star Aaron Sanchez, who agreed to a one-year, $4 million deal earlier this week. “He was 92-to-94 (miles per hour) in October and was able to spin the breaking ball well which has always been kind of a signature skill for him,” Giants president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi said. “So fro…

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