Chalk it up as just another day at the office for Madison Bumgarner (8-4, 2.99). MadBum pitched 7 2/3 innings yesterday afternoon, allowing just two runs on five hits and two walks, while striking out eight. Oh and by the way, he also went 2 for 3 with a towering homerun, RBI and two runs … Continue reading MadBum, Duffy flex muscles, G-men win 6-3
Tim Lincecum (7-4, 4.13) took a line drive off of his right forearm in the second inning of yesterday’s game, potentially forcing Manager Bruce Bochy’s decision on which starting pitcher to move to the bullpen to make room for Jack Peavy’s return to the club. Lincecum has not pitched well over the last five weeks, … Continue reading Duffy, Posey, Susac propel Giants to victory
Yesterday was a tough day for the San Francisco Giants. Before the game, they found out that their starting center fielder, Angel Pagan, will miss some time with a knee injury. With Nori Aoki and Hunter Pence already on the disabled list and a couple of first baseman sharing time covering left field, manager Bruce … Continue reading Injuries mount, Giants lose to Rox 8-6
19 hits and 13 runs later, the G-men defeated San Diego at AT&T Park yesterday, taking the three game series, two games to one. It was the Giants first home series win since sweeping the Dodgers May 19-21. Giants’ starter Chris Heston (8-5, 3.73) pitched well, going seven innings and allowing just two runs on … Continue reading Buster, Giants pummel Padres 13-8, take series
Manager Bruce Bochy said that Nori Aoki will miss at least two weeks with a fractured right fibula that was suffered in the first inning of last Saturday’s game when he was hit by a pitch. The team placed Aoki on the 15 day disabled list, retroactive to Sunday. To fill the roster spot, the … Continue reading BREAKING NEWS: Nori Aoki on DL with broken leg
For the second consecutive game at Dodger Stadium, the Giants out-pitched and out-hit the best team money can’t buy, beating the Dodgers 6-2 for their third consecutive win. With the victory, the Giants have now beaten the Dodgers in five straight games, and nine times out of eleven this season, and trail the Dodgers by … Continue reading Huddy’s strong effort, Giants’ power, beat L.A.
Buster Posey crushed his third career grand slam on a high, hanging curve ball in the third inning and the Giants never looked back, beating the Dodgers 9-5 to take the first game of the series on Friday night at Dodger Stadium. With the win, the Giants have now beat the Dodgers in 8 of … Continue reading Buster slams the door on Dodgers, G-men beat L.A.