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Monday, December 6, 2021

The SF Giants are reportedly close to a contract with another major starter, after agreeing to deal with DeSclafani

SAN FRANCISCO — After agreeing with Anthony Descalfani on a three-year, $36 million deal to keep the veteran starter at San Francisco, the Giants’ front office turned its attention to another pitcher who had a strong relationship with the club. Enjoyed the season.

According to a report from FanSided’s Robert Murray, left-hander Alex Wood is also close to a deal that will bring him back to a Giants team that is eager to fill his starting rotation behind ace Logan Webb. ESPN’s Jeff Passon reports that Wood is close to a two-year contract that will cost more than $10 million per season.

At the end of the 2021 season, Webb was the only member of the Giants’ rotation to remain under contract for the next season, as Descalafani, Wood, Kevin Gossman and Johnny Couto all became free agents.

President of Baseball Operations Farhan Zaidi and general manager Scott Harris have publicly expressed interest in re-signing several of the team’s high-profile free agents and talked about the value of roster consistency, and what appears to be the case at the front office. The pair is well on its way to keep word of it.

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