San Francisco Giants: Who Will Play Left Field in 2016?

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Jul 31, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; A view of a San Francisco Giants baseball hat and glove during the game between the Texas Rangers and the San Francisco Giants at Globe Life Park in Arlington. The Rangers defeated the Giants 6-3. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Wednesday night’s news shows that the Giants appear to be serious about upgrading left field — just as much as the deprived rotation they are looking to boost starting this Friday. While their options were declined, that doesn’t mean Aoki or Byrd will be discarded entirely. But if the Giants have the opportunity to bank on a left fielder, letting those two walk may be in the club’s best interest.

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With an open wallet and multiple players coming off the books, the Giants front office — with Brian Sabean at center — look eager to enhance what they need to push the Giants in the direction for a fourth title in seven years and to challenge the hungry Dodgers.