3) San Francisco Giants
The San Francisco Giants took a very foreseeable tumble in the standings this season after they won 107 games last year.
This year, they may not even finish above .500, as they are currently at 71-77. To get back at the top of the division, they will have to get someone who will help their lower end offense.
In right field, they have a wRC+ of 89, which is tied for 22nd in the sport. In center field, they are in the top half of the league (tied for 11th), but it’s still below league average overall (96 wRC+).
They also have a lot of room to add Judge to their payroll. In 2018, they had a payroll north of $200 million. This season, they have a payroll of $157 million and for next year, they only have $103 million on the books.
Aaron Judge won’t single-handedly put the Giants back in the playoffs, but with him and a few other signings, the Giants could be sleeper to even win the NL West … without spending as much as the Dodgers will on their own payroll.