AroundTheFoghorn.com co-site expert Marc Delucchi hosts a weekly San Francisco Giants podcast with a treasure trove of guests to discuss the latest happenings around MLB and the SF Giants.
Camilo Doval's star turn continues as the SF Giants pull within one win of the NLCS
The SF Giants pulled one victory away from reaching the NLCS behind a fantastic all-around effort in Game 3 of the NLDS over the Dodgers.
Logan Webb leads SF Giants to Game 1 victory over Dodgers in NLDS
The SF Giants pulled out a 4-0 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers to kickoff the NLDS.
SF Giants drop pair against Padres, gear up for Atlanta
In the latest episode, Marc discusses the Giants dropping their last two games against the Padres following a nine-game winning streak, and how it sets up a massive series against Atlanta.
SF Giants split games against Dodgers amidst strike vote
The SF Giants are facing off against their biggest rival in an early-September series with massive implications while their stadium workers vote to strike for better wages, benefits, and working conditions.
SF Giants sweep Mets and gear up for big series in Atlanta
In the latest episode of Sound the Foghorn, Marc Delucchi (@maddelucchi) discusses the implications of Donovan Solano's positive COVID-19 test, the sweep over the Mets, and the huge part of their upcoming schedule against Atlanta, Milwaukee, and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
SF Giants prospects draft ft. Roger Munter, Brian Recca, Kevin Cunningham, & Wrenzie Regodon
A slew of SF Giants prospect experts get together and have a draft of all the best players throughout the organization's farm system.
Marc is a great writer at Around the Foghorn and he displays his deep understanding of Giants baseball on this podcast which is valuable to any Giants fan looking to know their favorite team backwards and forwards.
Luciano vs. 2022 FA Shortstops
Firstly, great show. I enjoy reading and listening to all your work at Around the Foghorn. I’m not huge on Twitter, but I’ll have to check yours out for that consolidated pdf of all that awesome prospect material.
My question: How do you see the interaction of Luciano’s rise and the Giants’ potential spending on one of the marquee shortstops next year?
E.g. Do they spend on a big SS in 2022 and have Luciano be the 3B of the future? Do they avoid the SS market thinking Luciano is the guy, use a stopgap like a 1 year Crawford contract or Dubon, and spend on some higher tier SPs?
worth a listen
saw this giants podcast on twitter and gave it a chance. loved it. great fan-driven giants talk