Mike Yastrzemski homers, leads Giants to sweep of Rockies

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Author: Maria Guardado

Published on: 2022-09-22 17:30:35

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DENVER — The Giants churned through a franchise-record 64 players in 2019, with president of baseball operations Farhan Zaidi seemingly mining every avenue to try to uncover pieces who could help improve a team in transition. The constant turnover was dizzying at times, though the process seemed to uncover a few gems, most notably Mike Yastrzemski.

Yastrzemski, who came over in a nondescript trade with the Orioles, enjoyed a breakthrough season in ‘19 before continuing his rise the following year, when he placed eighth in National League MVP voting after hitting .297 with a .968 OPS and 10 home runs over 54 games in the pandemic-shortened season. But his production has dipped in each of the last two seasons, creating some uncertainty about his role with the club moving forward.

Yastrzemski is batting a career-low…

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