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2008 San Francisco Giants season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2008 San Francisco Giants
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record72–90 (.444)
Divisional place4th
Other information
Owner(s)Peter Magowan (managing general partner)
General manager(s)Brian Sabean
Manager(s)Bruce Bochy
Local televisionKNTV (NBC 11)
CSN Bay Area
Local radioKNBR (680AM)
KLOK (Spanish)
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The 2008 San Francisco Giants season was the Giants' 126th year in Major League Baseball, and their ninth at AT&T Park. The team finished in fourth place in the National League West with a 72-90 record, 12 games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers. 2008 marks their 50th Anniversary in the Bay Area since moving from New York in 1958. It is also their first since 1992 without all-time home run champion Barry Bonds, who was not re-signed following the 2007 season. At the end of the season, Tim Lincecum was voted the 2008 National League Cy Young Award winner.

Pre-season

On September 21, 2007, Giants' ownership announced that Bonds would not return after the 2007 season.[1] The Giants did not resign Ryan Klesko and Pedro Feliz. On December 12, 2007 the Giants signed Aaron Rowand to a five-year and $60 million contract.[2]

The Giants finished spring training with a record of 9–23–2, the worst spring training in their recorded history. The Giants had the highest ERA and the lowest batting average among teams whose spring training was in Arizona. The team lead the majors with 40 errors.[3] The Giants lost a spring training game 4–3 to their Triple-A affiliate Fresno Grizzlies. Giants opening day starter Barry Zito allowed 24 earned runs in 25 innings in Spring training.[4]

Giants spring training included injuries and competitions for several roster positions. Steve Holm won the back up catcher spot against Eliezer Alfonzo and Guillermo Rodríguez. Relievers Merkin Valdez, Erick Threets, and Keiichi Yabu earned spots on the opening day roster. Noah Lowry, Vinnie Chulk, Kevin Frandsen and Omar Vizquel started the season the on disabled list. Brian Bocock was the opening day shortstop in place of Vizquel. Steve Kline was designated for assignment.[5] The Giants claimed Jose Castillo off waivers from the Florida Marlins late March 2008.[6] He was the opening day third baseman. Kevin Correia won the competition to be the team's 5th starter.

The Giants were widely expected to miss the playoffs in 2008, according to numerous sports writers.[7][8]

Regular season

On May 16, 2008, Peter Magowan, the owner who brought Barry Bonds to San Francisco, built a new ballpark and kept major league baseball in the city, announced he would be stepping down as the managing partner of the Giants. Effective October 1, 2008 Bill Neukom would be the new managing partner of the Giants.[9]

Season standings

NL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
Los Angeles Dodgers 84 78 0.519 48–33 36–45
Arizona Diamondbacks 82 80 0.506 2 48–33 34–47
Colorado Rockies 74 88 0.457 10 43–38 31–50
San Francisco Giants 72 90 0.444 12 37–44 35–46
San Diego Padres 63 99 0.389 21 35–46 28–53


Record vs. opponents


Source: [1]
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL FLA HOU LAD MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 3–5 2–4 2–4 15–3 2–7 4–2 8–10 2–5 3–3 3–4 4–3 10–8 11–7 3–4 4–2 6–9
Atlanta 5–3 0–6 3–3 4–3 10–8 3–3 4–2 3–6 11–7 4–14 2–5 5–1 2–5 2–5 6–12 8–7
Chicago 4–2 6–0 8–7 5–1 4–3 8–9 5–2 9–7 4–2 3–4 14–4 5–2 4–3 9–6 3–3 6–9
Cincinnati 4–2 3–3 7–8 1–5 6–2 3–12 1–7 10–8 3–4 3–5 6–9 4–3 5–1 5–10 4–3 9–6
Colorado 3–15 3–4 1–5 5–1 5–3 3–3 8–10 4–3 3–6 0–5 5–2 9–9 11–7 3–4 4–3 7–8
Florida 7–2 8–10 3–4 2–6 3–5 4–2 3–4 5–1 8–10 10–8 3–2 4–2 3–3 2–5 14–3 5–10
Houston 2–4 3–3 9–8 12–3 3–3 2–4 4–3 7–8 5–2 3–4 8–8 3–3 7–1 7–8 4–2 7–11
Los Angeles 10–8 2–4 2–5 7–1 10–8 4–3 3–4 4–2 3–4 4–4 5–2 11–7 9–9 2–4 3–3 5–10
Milwaukee 5–2 6–3 7–9 8–10 3–4 1–5 8–7 2–4 2–4 1–5 14–1 4–3 6–0 10–5 6–2 7–8
New York 3–3 7–11 2–4 4–3 6–3 10–8 2–5 4–3 4–2 11–7 4–3 2–5 5–1 4–3 12–6 9–6
Philadelphia 4–3 14–4 4–3 5–3 5–0 8–10 4–3 4–4 5–1 7–11 4–2 4–2 3–3 5–4 12–6 4–11
Pittsburgh 3–4 5–2 4–14 9–6 2–5 2–3 8–8 2–5 1–14 3–4 2–4 3–4 4–2 10–7 3–4 6–9
San Diego 8–10 1–5 2–5 3–4 9–9 2–4 3–3 7–11 3–4 5–2 2–4 4–3 5–13 1–6 5–1 3–15
San Francisco 7–11 5–2 3–4 1–5 7–11 3–3 1–7 9–9 0–6 1–5 3–3 2–4 13–5 4–3 7–0 6–12
St. Louis 4–3 5–2 6–9 10–5 4–3 5–2 8–7 4–2 5–10 3–4 4–5 7–10 6–1 3–4 5–1 7–8
Washington 2–4 12–6 3–3 3–4 3–4 3–14 2–4 3–3 2–6 6–12 6–12 4–3 1–5 0–7 1–5 8–10


Game log

2008 Game Log
March/April
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 March 31 @ Dodgers 5–0 Penny (1–0) Zito (0–1) 56,000 0–1
2 April 1 @ Dodgers 3–2 Saito (1–0) Yabu (0–1) 44,054 0–2
3 April 2 @ Dodgers 2–1 Lincecum (1–0) Loaiza (0–1) Wilson (1) 43,217 1–2
4 April 4 @ Brewers 13–4 Villanueva (1–0) Sánchez (0–1) Torres (1) 45,212 1–3
5 April 5 @ Brewers 5–4 Parra (1–0) Correia (0–1) Gagné (1) 30,574 1–4
6 April 6 @ Brewers 7–0 Sheets (1–0) Zito (0–2) 44,014 1–5
7 April 7 Padres 8–4 Maddux (1–0) Cain (0–1) 42,861 1–6
8 April 8 Padres 3–2 Hennessey (1–0) Meredith (0–1) 35,795 2–6
9 April 9 Padres 1–0 Walker (1–0) Bell (0–1) 30,310 3–6
10 April 10 Cardinals 5–1 Correia (1–1) Wainwright (1–1) Wilson (2) 30,333 4–6
11 April 11 Cardinals 8–2 Lohse (2–0) Zito (0–3) 33,954 4–7
12 April 12 Cardinals 8 – 7 (10) Isringhausen (1–0) Threets (0–1) Reyes (1) 35,717 4–8
13 April 13 Cardinals 7–4 Lincecum (2–0) Piñeiro (0–1) Wilson (3) 37,195 5–8
14 April 14 D-backs 5–4 Yabu (1–1) Qualls (0–1) Wilson (4) 30,371 6–8
15 April 15 D-backs 8–2 Owings (3–0) Correia (1–2) 30,068 6–9
16 April 16 D-backs 4–1 Webb (4–0) Zito (0–4) Lyon (3) 30,510 6–10
17 April 18 @ Cardinals 11–1 Wellemeyer (2–0) Cain (0–2) 40,684 6–11
18 April 19 @ Cardinals 3–0 Lincecum (3–0) Piñeiro (0–2) Wilson (5) 41,707 7–11
19 April 20 @ Cardinals 8–2 Sánchez (1–1) Looper (3–1) 41,127 8–11
20 April 21 @ D-backs 4–2 Owings (4–0) Correia (1–3) Lyon (4) 22,097 8–12
21 April 22 @ D-backs 5–4 Webb (5–0) Zito (0–5) Lyon (5) 25,074 8–13
22 April 23 @ Padres 3 – 2 (13) Yabu (2–1) Rusch (0–2) Wilson (6) 25,506 9–13
23 April 24 @ Padres 1–0 Lincecum (4–0) Young (1–2) Wilson (7) 26,789 10–13
24 April 25 Reds 3–1 Sánchez (2–1) Harang (1–3) Wilson (8) 34,657 11–13
25 April 26 Reds 10–9 Belisle (1–1) Hennessey (1–1) Cordero (3) 34,215 11–14
26 April 27 Reds 10–1 Vólquez (4–0) Zito (0–6) 39,050 11–15
27 April 28 Rockies 4–0 Cain (1–2) Morales (1–2) 30,153 12–15
28 April 29 Rockies 3–2 Cook (4–1) Lincecum (4–1) Fuentes (2) 32,176 12–16
29 April 30 Rockies 3–2 Valdez (1–0) Speier (1–2) Wilson (9) 30,509 13–16
May
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
30 May 2 @ Phillies 6–5 (10) Romero (2–0) Wilson (0–1) 38,270 13–17
31 May 3 @ Phillies 3–2 (10) Taschner (1–0) Seánez (2–2) Wilson (10) 43,804 14–17
32 May 4 @ Phillies 6–5 Lidge (1–0) Yabu (2–2) 45,110 14–18
33 May 6 @ Pirates 12–6 Duke (1–2) Sánchez (2–2) 12,030 14–19
34 May 7 @ Pirates 3–1 Dumatrait (1–1) Zito (0–7) Capps (7) 9,788 14–20
35 May 8 @ Pirates 5–4 Osoria (2–1) Cain (1–3) Capps (8) 16,816 14–21
36 May 9 Phillies 7–4 Hamels (4–3) Walker (1–1) Lidge (9) 33,796 14–22
37 May 10 Phillies 8–2 Lincecum (5–1) Moyer (2–3) 34,064 15–22
38 May 11 Phillies 4–3 Taschner (2–0) Romero (3–1) Wilson (11) 35,999 16–22
39 May 12 Astros 7–3 Oswalt (4–3) Chulk (0–1) Valderde (9) 30,165 16–23
40 May 13 Astros 4–2 Cain (2–3) Backe (2–5) Wilson (12) 30,858 17–23
41 May 14 Astros 6–3 Villarreal (1–3) Taschner (2–1) Valverde (10) 33,070 17–24
42 May 15 Astros 8–7 Byrdak (2–0) Chulk (0–2) Valverde (11) 33,771 17–25
43 May 16 White Sox 2–0 Floyd (4–2) Sánchez (2–3) Jenks (9) 35,482 17–26
44 May 17 White Sox 3–1 Buehrle (2–5) Zito (0–8) Jenks (10) 37,006 17–27
45 May 18 White Sox 13–8 Thornton (1–0) Walker (1–2) Masset (1) 34,331 17–28
46 May 19 @ Rockies 4–3 Grilli (1–0) Chulk (0–3) Fuentes (6) 28,362 17–29
47 May 20 @ Rockies 6–5 Lincecum (6–1) Cook (6–3) Wilson (13) 28,361 18–29
48 May 21 @ Rockies 3 – 2 (10) Walker (2–2) Herges (2–1) Wilson (14) 27,081 19–29
49 May 23 @ Marlins 8–2 Zito (1–8) Olsen (4–2) 15,003 20–29
May 24 @ Marlins Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for May 25
50 May 25 @ Marlins 8–6 Hendrickson (7–2) Misch (0–1) Gregg (10) 20–30
51 May 25 @ Marlins 5–4 Gregg (4–2) Walker (2–3) 14,674 20–31
52 May 27 @ D-backs 6–3 Lincecum (7–1) Haren (5–4) Wilson (15) 23,604 21–31
53 May 28 @ D-backs 11–3 Sánchez (3–3) Davis (2–2) 24,336 22–31
54 May 29 @ D-backs 4–3 Walker (3–3) Qualls (0–5) Wilson (16) 21,037 23–31
55 May 30 Padres 7–3 (13) Baek (1–0) Sadler (0–1) 37,178 23–32
56 May 31 Padres 5–1 Banks (2–0) Misch (0–2) 34,921 23–33
June
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
57 June 1 Padres 4–3 (10) Hinshaw (1–0) Hoffman (0–4) 33,867 24–33
58 June 2 Mets 10–2 Sánchez (4–3) Pérez (4–4) 36,126 25–33
59 June 3 Mets 9–6 Martínez (1–0) Zito (1–9) Wagner (12) 35,233 25–34
60 June 4 Mets 5–3 Maine (6–4) Cain (2–4) Wagner (13) 35,646 25–35
61 June 6 @ Nationals 10–1 Lincecum (8–1) Bergmann (1–3) 25,987 26–35
62 June 7 @ Nationals 6–0 Sánchez (5–3) Hill (0–3) 30,652 27–35
63 June 8 @ Nationals 6–3 Zito (2–9) Mock (0–1) Wilson (17) 30,224 28–35
64 June 9 @ Nationals 3–2 Cain (3–4) Clippard (0–1) Wilson (18) 26,209 29–35
65 June 10 @ Rockies 10–5 Cook (9–3) Misch (0–3) 28,359 29–36
66 June 11 @ Rockies 1–0 Fuentes (1–2) Yabu 26,235 29–37
67 June 12 @ Rockies 10–7 Sánchez (6–3) Reynolds (1–4) Wilson (19) 30,376 30–37
68 June 13 Athletics 5–1 Smith (4–5) Zito (2–10) 42,445 30–38
69 June 14 Athletics 4–0 Harden (4–0) Cain (3–5) 40,873 30–39
70 June 15 Athletics 5–3 Eveland (5–5) Correia (1–4) Street (13) 41,547 30–40
71 June 16 Tigers 8–6 Yabu (3–3) Dolsi (0–2) 33,317 31–40
72 June 17 Tigers 5–1 Rogers (5–4) Sánchez (6–4) 33,636 31–41
73 June 18 Tigers 7–2 Galarraga (7–2) Zito (2–11) 38,194 31–42
74 June 20 @ Royals 9–4 Cain (4–5) Yabuta (1–3) 34,588 32–42
75 June 21 @ Royals 5–3 Meche (5–8) Correia (1–5) Soria (19) 28,903 32–43
76 June 22 @ Royals 11–10 Mahay (3–0) Hinshaw (1–1) Soria (20) 20,499 32–44
77 June 24 @ Indians 3–2 Sánchez (7–4) Betancourt (2–4) Wilson (20) 29,024 33–44
78 June 25 @ Indians 4–1 Zito (3–11) Sowers (0–3) Wilson (21) 25,654 34–44
79 June 26 @ Indians 4–1 Lee (11–1) Cain (4–6) Borowski (6) 25,257 34–45
80 June 27 @ Athletics 4–1 Eveland (6–5) Yabu (3–4) Street (15) 27,125 34–46
81 June 28 @ Athletics 1–0 Lincecum (9–1) Duchscherer (8–5) Wilson (22) 36,067 35–46
82 June 29 @ Athletics 11–1 Sánchez (8–4) Blanton (4–11) 33,841 36–46
83 June 30 Cubs 9–2 Lilly (9–5) Zito (3–12) 35,311 36–47
July
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
84 July 1 Cubs 2–1 Cain (5–6) Marquis (6–5) Wilson (23) 33,858 37–47
85 July 2 Cubs 6–5 Mármol (2–3) Walker (3–4) Wood (21) 41,345 37–48
86 July 3 Cubs 8–3 Lincecum (10–1) Gallagher (3–4) 40,511 38–48
87 July 4 Dodgers 10–7 Lowe (6–8) Matos (0–1) Saito (15) 40,447 38–49
88 July 5 Dodgers 5–2 Zito (4–12) Falkenborg (0–1) Wilson (24) 40,741 39–49
89 July 6 Dodgers 5–3 Falkenborg (1–1) Cain (5–7) Saito (16) 39,290 39–50
90 July 8 @ Mets 7–0 Pelfrey (7–6) Lincecum (10–2) 48,887 39–51
91 July 9 @ Mets 5–0 Santana (8–7) Sánchez (8–5) 48,896 39–52
92 July 10 @ Mets 7–3 Schoeneweis (1–2) Romo (0–1) 48,755 39–53
93 July 11 @ Cubs 3–1 Howry (3–2) Walker (3–5) Wood (24) 41,605 39–54
94 July 12 @ Cubs 8 – 7 (11) Marshall (2–2) Wilson (0–2) 41,555 39–55
95 July 13 @ Cubs 4–2 Lincecum (11–2) Dempster (10–4) Wilson (25) 41,574 40–55
96 July 18 Brewers 9–1 Sabathia (9–8) Cain (5–8) 40,882 40–56
97 July 19 Brewers 8–5 Villanueva (4–5) Matos (0–2) Torres (16) 36,852 40–57
98 July 20 Brewers 7–4 Parra (9–2) Lincecum (11–3) Torres (17) 37,507 40–58
99 July 22 Nationals 6- 3 Zito (5–12) Bergmann (1–7) Wilson (26) 34,813 41–58
100 July 23 Nationals 6–4 Espineli (1–0) Ayala (1–6) Wilson (27) 35,539 42–58
101 July 24 Nationals 1–0 Cain (6–8) Redding (7–5) 36,963 43–58
102 July 25 D-backs 10–2 Haren (10–5) Sánchez (8–6) 32,851 43–59
103 July 26 D-backs 5–3 Webb (14–4) Walker (3–6) Lyon (21) 37,094 43–60
104 July 27 D-backs 7–2 Johnson (8–7) Zito (5–13) 40,071 43–61
105 July 28 @ Dodgers 7–6 Correia (2–5) Kuroda (5–8) Wilson (28) 37,483 44–61
106 July 29 @ Dodgers 2–0 Johnson (1–0) Cain (6–9) Broxton (5) 40,110 44–62
107 July 30 @ Dodgers 4–0 Billingsley (11–9) Sánchez (8–7) 41,282 44–63
August
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
108 August 1 @ Padres 3 – 2 (10) Romo (1–1) Hoffman (1–6) Wilson (29) 33,926 45–63
109 August 2 @ Padres 2–0 Zito (6–13) Peavy (8–7) Wilson (30) 41,688 46–63
110 August 3 @ Padres 4–1 Maddux (5–8) Correia (2–6) Hoffman (23) 33,060 46–64
111 August 4 Braves 4–2 Cain (7–9) Jurrjens (10–7) Wilson (31) 37,473 47–64
112 August 5 Braves 11–4 Hampton (1–0) Sánchez (8–8) 36,098 47–65
113 August 6 Braves 3–2 Lincecum (12–3) James (2–5) Wilson (32) 39,955 48–65
114 August 8 Dodgers 6–2 Penny (6–9) Zito (6–14) Broxton (7) 40,142 48–66
115 August 9 Dodgers 3 – 2 (10) Walker (4–6) Broxton (2–3) 41,963 49–66
116 August 10 Dodgers 5–4 Taschner (3–1) Kuo (3–2) 41,804 50–66
117 August 11 @ Astros 3–1 Backe (7–11) Sánchez (8–9) Valverde (29) 28,220 50–67
118 August 12 @ Astros 12–4 Oswalt (10–8) Walker (4–7) 29,451 50–68
119 August 13 @ Astros 6–2 Wolf (8–10) Zito (6–15) 30,330 50–69
120 August 14 @ Astros 7–4 Hawkins (2–1) Yabu (3–5) Valverde (30) 33,612 50–70
121 August 15 @ Braves 5–1 Cain (8–9) Jurrjens (11–8) 30,682 51–70
122 August 16 @ Braves 11–5 Hampton (2–1) Palmer (0–1) 41,893 51–71
123 August 17 @ Braves 3–1 Lincecum (13–3) Morton (3–7) Wilson (33) 30,503 52–71
124 August 18 @ Braves 5–0 Zito (7–15) Campillo (7–6) 18,113 53–71
125 August 19 Marlins 6–0 Nolasco (12–7) Correia (2–7) 33,098 53–72
126 August 20 Marlins 6–5 Wilson (1–2) Lindstrom (1–2) 30,399 54–72
127 August 21 Marlins 4–3 Wilson (1–3) Gregg (6–6) 32,515 55–72
128 August 22 Padres 5–0 Lincecum (14–3) Baek (4–9) 33,615 56–72
129 August 23 Padres 4–3 Zito (8–15) Adams (1–2) Wilson (34) 37,081 57–72
130 August 24 Padres 7–4 Correia (3–7) Adams (1–3) Wilson (35) 37,174 58–72
131 August 25 Rockies 4–2 Francis (4–8) Cain (8–10) Fuentes (26) 31,132 58–73
132 August 26 Rockies 7–2 de la Rosa (7–7) Palmer (0–2) Grilli (1) 32,695 58–74
133 August 27 Rockies 4–1 Lincecum (15–3) Hernández (11–11) Wilson (36) 31,627 59–74
134 August 29 @ Reds 11–7 Vólquez (16–5) Zito (8–16) 25,445 59–75
135 August 30 @ Reds 7–6 Lincoln (2–5) Taschner (3–2) Cordero (26) 21,729 59–76
136 August 31 @ Reds 9–3 Arroyo (13–10) Cain (8–11) 26,519 59–77
September
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
137 September 1 @ Rockies 4–0 de la Rosa (8–7) Sánchez (8–10) 31,388 59–78
138 September 2 @ Rockies 6–5 (12) Grilli (3–2) Yabu (3–6) 23,710 59–79
139 September 3 @ Rockies 9–2 Zito (9–16) Cook (16–9) 23,481 60–79
140 September 5 Pirates 7–0 Duke (5–13) Correia (3–8) 31,133 60–80
141 September 6 Pirates 7–6 Espineli (2–0) Bautista (4–3) Wilson (37) 38,094 61–80
142 September 7 Pirates 11–6 Matos (1–2) Karstens (2–5) 34,122 62–80
143 September 8 D-backs 6–2 Lincecum (16–3) Petit (3–5) 30,252 63–80
144 September 9 D-backs 5–4 Wilson (3–2) Rauch (4–7) 30,518 64–80
145 September 10 D-backs 4–3 Hinshaw (2–1) Lyon (2–5) 30,992 65–80
146 September 11 @ Padres 11–3 Geer (2–0) Cain (8–12) 30,497 65–81
147 September 12 @ Padres 5–2 Sánchez (9–10) Peavy (9–11) Wilson (38) 24,610 66–81
148 September 13 @ Padres 7–0 Lincecum (17–3) Young (5–6) 31,015 67–81
149 September 14 @ Padres 8–6 (10) Romo (2–1) Hayhurst (0–2) Wilson (39) 25,476 68–81
150 September 15 @ D-backs 3–1 Peña (2–2) Hennessey (1–2) Qualls (4) 25,969 68–82
151 September 16 @ D-backs 2–0 Haren (15–8) Cain (8–13) 33,195 68–83
152 September 17 @ D-backs 7–6 Webb (21–7) Sánchez (9–11) Peña (3) 22,618 68–84
153 September 18 @ D-backs 3–2 Cruz (3–0) Lincecum (17–4) Qualls (5) 34,323 68–85
154 September 19 @ Dodgers 7–1 Zito (10–16) Maddux (7–13) 55,589 69–85
155 September 20 @ Dodgers 10–7 Saito (4–3) Walker (4–8) 55,724 69–86
156 September 21 @ Dodgers 1–0 (10) Romo (3–1) Saito (4–4) Wilson (40) 55,294 70–86
157 September 23 Rockies 9–4 Jiménez (12–12) Lincecum (17–5) 33,922 70–87
158 September 24 Rockies 15–6 Hernández (3–3) Sánchez (9–12) 31,942 70–88
159 September 25 Rockies 3–1 de la Rosa (10–8) Zito (10–17) Fuentes (30) 31,857 70–89
160 September 26 Dodgers 6–5 Walker (5–8) Johnson (1–2) 33,920 71–89
161 September 27 Dodgers 2–1 Maddux (8–13) Cain (8–14) Saito (18) 38,673 71–90
162 September 28 Dodgers 3–1 Lincecum (18–5) Park (4–4) 39,167 72–90

Roster

2008 San Francisco Giants
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Coaches

Awards and honors

All-Star Game

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Fresno Grizzlies Pacific Coast League Dan Rohn
AA Connecticut Defenders Eastern League Bien Figueroa
A San Jose Giants California League Steve Decker
A Augusta GreenJackets South Atlantic League Andy Skeels
A-Short Season Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Northwest League Tom Trebelhorn
Rookie AZL Giants Arizona League Dave Machemer

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Augusta, AZL Giants

References

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  10. ^ Benjie Molina, 2008 recipient

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