Brian Sabean has never been afraid to make a move. If the San Francisco Giants have a need, Sabean won’t usually shy away from addressing it through trades. And while the results haven’t always been great, Sabean has more hits on his record than he does misses. This is especially true of his July deadline deals where he’s done some of his best work with the Giants in the thick of a pennant race.
Even the sea gulls are throwing the struggling San Francisco Giants for a loss this year.
Giants officials trying to find humane solution to the worsening onslaught of the birds at home games are stumped, the San Jose Mercury News reported Saturday (http://tinyurl.com/kat6ovo ).
The gulls have routinely showed up at the end of night games since the park along San Francisco Bay opened in 2000. But it appears an increasing number of birds are crashing night games this year, bothering players, workers and fans alike.
When training camp opens on July 24, quarterback Colin Kaepernick will enter without an eager backup breathing down his neck, a luxury that you could argue hasn’t been afforded to a 49ers starter since before Alex Smith’s shoulder injury 2007.
But now that Kaepernick is the man in San Francisco, the third-year signal caller must focus on finding a new No. 1 target in the passing game.