Ron Wotus On Retiring As Giants 3B Coach, Posey Retirement, Crawford MVP Candidacy

Ron Wotus was a coach for Giants teams that reached four World Series, winning three of them during his 24 seasons with the Major League team and now he reminisces about those great seasons and players while explaining his decision to retire.

Where to Listen

Ron Wotus has stepped aside after spending the last 24 seasons as a San Francisco Giants coach and now he joins TheSportsVirus Podcast to chat not only about his retirement, but also the Buster Posey decision to hang ’em up. Plus, we talk extensively about NL MVP candidate Brandon Crawford, who just won his fourth Gold Glove award and we discuss why the 2021 Giants clicked well enough to win 107 games. Wotus takes us through the years from the time when Dusty Baker was at the helm to Felipe Alou, Bruce Bochy and finally the Gabe Kapler era.

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