The Giants have dropped 12 of their last 13 games and 21 of the last 26 en route to a NL West-worst 27-51 record.
Their play on the field is making it tough for one of their broadcasters to watch what's going on.
"It is unbelievably bad right now. It was hard to watch this weekend," Mike Krukow said on KNBR 680 on Monday morning. "They got beat every way that was possible. They got out hit, they got out hustled, they got out defended, they got out pitched."
So what is the problem with the team that just got swept by the Mets?
"There's no rhythm, there's no trust, there's no belief that if you don't get a hit, the guy behind you is going to pick you up. They set the table and day after day, they just don't get the hit. It has zapped them of all their strength. You get the sense they're searching, they're looking for an ignitor that just doesn't exist anymore," Krukow said.
The former Giants pitcher compared the feeling around the team to that of the 1985 Giants team that went 62-100.
"It is dismal, as low of a point in a Giants clubhouse and a confidence level that I've seen in a long time," Krukow said.
Krukow pointed out the most concerning part about what he's watching.
"It just doesn't feel like there's a belief that it can get better. And that's what is so concerning. These guys are proud," Krukow said.
Krukow had one lasting message for the Giants.
"They have to fight through this. They have to stay together. That's their only chance," Krukow said.
With the Giants sitting in last place, everyone wants to figure out what happened to a team that was expected to contend.
Early Monday morning, it was reported that new closer Mark Melancon had rubbed some teammates the wrong way by canceling a longstanding pregame stretching session among relievers.
A short time later, Giants broadcast Mike Krukow was asked for his take on KNBR 680.
"We all understand closers are different people and they deal with different demons and some of them have their own routine. I haven't heard that its upset anybody," Krukow said.
Krukow believes everything is just fine between Melancon and his teammates.
"If you look at how Melancon is in line to get on the plane and get off the plane, he's having fun, he's laughing with the guys. Same thing on the bus. He's walking to the ballpark before games with guys. They're buddies. I don't see any friction. I don't see that rotten core starting to fester in the club at all," Krukow said.