Giants Beat Brewers (Again), Complete 6-1 Homestand

The Giants offense exploded once again as they completed the sweep and trounced the Milwaukee Brewers 15-5. Sunday started a bit differently than Madison Bumgarner’s last start, as the first batter of the game, Carlos Gomez, led off with an infield single and advanced to third on a single from Jonathan Lucroy. Ryan Braun’s 6-4-3 double play made it 1-0 more »

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Peavy and Defense Shine In Giants’ 3-1 Win

Another exceptional starting pitching performance and several stellar defensive plays helped the Giants extend their win streak to a season-best five straight and beat the Milwaukee Brewers 3-1 on Saturday night. Jake Peavy continued the dominance of the Giants’ rotation on Saturday night, and started out exceptionally strong, striking out six of his first nine batters. He finished his night more »

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Posey Goes 5-For-5, Vogelsong Finally Gets Support In Giants’ 13-2 Win

In a surprising offensive outburst, the San Francisco Giants were finally able to provide run support for Ryan Vogelsong, as they overpowered the Milwaukee Brewers 13-2 on Friday night. After coming off a strong series against the Colorado Rockies, the Giants hoped to continue their success behind Vogelsong. It had been a while since this particular starter had seen any more »

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Bumgarner Completes Game In Giants Win

The game was perfect until the eighth inning when San Francisco Giants’ (69-62) starter, Madison Bumgarner (15-9, 3.02 ERA), gave up a double down the right field line to Colorado Rockies’ (53-78) first baseman, Justin Morneau. For Bumgarner, it was the only hit of the night as he earned his 15th win and fourth complete game of the season. Manager more »

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Giants Get Sloppy, Lose Tough One to Rockies

The Giants wasted a solid start by Jake Peavy as they dropped a very winnable game to the Rockies 3-2 to open a seven-game homestand. Colorado got on the board right away with an ugly first frame from the Giants. Charlie Blackmon reached on a throwing error by Joe Panik, moved to second on a fly ball that Michael Morse more »

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Bumgarner Regains Control in Giants Win

In game two of today’s games, San Francisco Giants’ (67-59) starter, Madison Bumgarner (14-9, 3.17 ERA) dominated the Chicago Cubs (55-72) after a rocky start in the first inning. Bumgarner struggled early in the first, giving up back-to-back home runs to Justin Ruggiano and Wellington Castillo, to give the Cubs an early 3-1 lead. But that would be all the more »

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Petit Continues Dominance, Giants Officially Lose Tuesday’s Rain Out 2-1

Yusmeiro Petit continued his dominance, but after a confusing and frustrating ending on Tuesday night, the San Francisco Giants fell short of a comeback as they fell to the Chicago Cubs 2-1 on Thursday afternoon. Tuesday night’s matchup at Wrigley Field ended with rain and a protested loss for San Francisco. When the rain poured down, Chicago’s grounds crew were more »

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