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The Giants filled the final glaring hole in their roster on Friday night, acquiring third baseman Casey McGehee from the Miami Marlins.
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General manager Brian Sabean met with CEO Larry Baer and vice president and assistant GM Bobby Evans on Saturday to discuss the team's next offseason priority.
"I'm not sure yet," Sabean told reporters on a conference call Saturday afternoon. "We've got some limited financial flexibility still left. We have to decide how best to utilize that. We are engaged in conversations as we speak that may or may not get curtailed or we could move onto other things.
"It's an open question right now. I think we're going to take the next day or two to assess what we have left to spend and how we can best execute the next move."
Sabean addressed a number of topics on the conference call:
On left field:
"We'll see. There are limited options in our estimation. Obviously in the free agent market, it's almost non existent."
On James Shields:
"We have specifically talked to Shields."
On Max Scherzer:
"We have not talked to Scherzer, nor do I see any possibility that we will. We are not engaged with Scherzer nor do we plan to be engaged with Scherzer."
On Ryan Vogelsong:
"(Nothing going on) at this time."
On Jung-Ho Kang:
"The time frame came and gone and we did not bid on the player."
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On Marco Scutaro:
"I think (head athletic trainer Dave Groeschner) will have something the first of the week as to his status."
On perceived lack of power in lineup:
"The best thing we can do is to put together a strong and deep lineup and the power will take care of itself. We've got guys capable of hitting home runs and I think some guys are capable of more than they've done last year and more than in the past."