Options To Help Cope With The Giants’ Offseason

So the Giants didn’t make the playoffs. The elimination’s sunk in and the cold, harsh reality of the offseason begins.

What’s there for a Giants fan to do?

There’s latching onto a team for the playoffs.

It’s a very bandwagon thing to do, but what else is there to do for a baseball fan with no rooting interest in any LCS bound team once the LDS is over? You could always root against a team you dislike, but that’s very negative.

If all else fails, root for the Busch Squirrel.

Following the Arizona Fall League is another option. The Arizona Fall League is a winter baseball league where prospects from all 30 MLB organizations go to play once the regular season is over.

The Giants prospects are playing for the Scottsdale Scorpions. Austin Fleet, Stephen Harold, Daryl Maday, Seth Rosin, Brandon Crawford, Joe Panik, and Gary Brown are the Giants prospects listed on the roster alongside top talent such as the Washington Nationals’ Bryce Harper (yes, that Bryce Harper) and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim’s Mike Trout.

If that neither of those suit your fancy, the 2010 playoffs are available on DVD to relive good times.

Happy counting-to-spring!

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