Giants completed infield not set in stone

The Giants added to their infield on Monday with corner additions. The Winter Meetings just began, and the Giants have made moves already. But there are still many question marks and many moves that are yet to be made.

The Giants wasted no time at the Winter Meetings. Infielder Rich Aurilia was welcomed back to San Francisco after three years, and Pedro Feliz comes back for at least another year.

Aurilia signed a two-year, $8 million contract, and Feliz inked a one-year, $5.1 million deal. The Giants are expected to sign Bengie Molina to a three-year deal soon.

Feliz will most likely continue his duties at third, while Aurilia will have most of his at-bats playing first. However, the Giants are rumored to be looking at other first base options, including Ryan Klesko and Richie Sexson, which will move Aurilia to the utility-man position.

Aurilia will be playing at all four infield positions no matter what. Whether or not he'll be a floater is yet to be determined.

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