May 10, 2013, 10:47 AM EDT
They were asking because the 35-year-old has a 7.78 ERA in 39 innings and moments earlier in the same clubhouse manager Bruce Bochy was less than committed to keeping him locked in every fifth day, saying:
These are things we’ll talk about internally. Right now I’m not ready to discuss that. He’s healthy. We have options, we’ll leave it at that.
That’ll be news to Vogelsong and of course there’s an argument to be made that he’s been good enough for long enough that the Giants should give him an opportunity to work out of the slump. Andrew Baggarly of CSNBayArea.com notes that at the very least the Giants could use an upcoming off day to bump back Vogelsong’s next start, although that would line him up to pitch next at Coors Field.
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