A fully loaded Boeing 757-200 holds about 170 people, which means Pablo Sandoval appears to be on a flight with 169 reporters who have cellphones.Part of it is disdain for the shots Sandoval took at the Giants out the door.[...] here’s Henry talking: I think Sandoval got bad advice from a novice and unprepared agent, who no longer works for him.Part of it, too, is a fear that the Giants are planning to rebuild around Sandoval because, after all, this organization just loves old players, especially those who used to wear the colors, and fill seats.Which has a manager who often trusts older players than prospects.None of this is fake news, but much of it is old news, and fans have long memories.Whether the Giants feel they can win next year with most of its core intact (which goes counter to conventional wisdom), or understand that they are a couple of years away, they know salvation will have to come from the farm system.The Giants have too much money invested in long-term contracts, with Madison Bumgarner to go, to think it can spend its way out of this mess.Williamson is struggling in Triple-A.Arroyo, Austin Slater, Chris Shaw, Steven Duggar, Tyler Beede — some of these guys have to hit, or else the Giants are in trouble over the next several years.The Dodgers and Yankees do not want that either.If the Giants hold any of these kids back for the sake of a fading memory, they would be guilty of malpractice.The two starters, Jeff Samardzija and the Padres’ Trevor Cahill, both are attracting some trade interest.Eno Sarris of Fangraphs wrote an interesting article suggesting why Samardzija has become so good in every way except for being too susceptible to the home run.Henry Schulman is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.
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