San Francisco Giants

Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Giants.231165404.37
NL West4th5th5th4th
National League 14th15th15th9th

Last Game

Thu, May 25
Wrigley Field
San Francisco Giants
at
Chicago Cubs
SF1Final5CHC

Pitching

W: E. Butler (2-0)
L:
J. Samardzija (1-6)
S:
M. Montgomery (1)

Home Runs

SF - None  
CHC
- K. Bryant (11),J. Heyward (5),B. Zobrist (6)

Schedule

Sun May 14
W 8 - 3CIN
Recap
Mon May 15
W 8 - 4LAD
Recap
Tue May 16
W 2 - 1LAD
Recap
Wed May 17
L 6 - 1LAD
Recap
Fri May 19
W 6 - 5at STL
Recap
Sat May 20
W 3 - 1at STL
Recap
Sun May 21
L 8 - 3at STL
Recap
Mon May 22
W 6 - 4at CHC
Recap
Tue May 23
L 4 - 1at CHC
Recap
Wed May 24
L 5 - 4at CHC
Recap
2:20 pm EDT
Today
L 5 - 1at CHC
Recap
10:15 pm EDT
Fri May 26
ATL
10:05 pm EDT
Sat May 27
ATL
4:05 pm EDT
Sun May 28
ATL
4:05 pm EDT
Mon May 29
WAS
10:15 pm EDT
Tue May 30
WAS
10:15 pm EDT
Wed May 31
WAS
7:05 pm EDT
Fri Jun 2
at PHI
4:05 pm EDT
Sat Jun 3
at PHI
1:35 pm EDT
Sun Jun 4
at PHI

Standings

NL
West
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
Colorado29-1731-18
Arizona22-1829-19
Los Angeles27-2027-20
San Francisco19-2820-29
San Diego15-2617-31
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Giants' Jeff Samardzija: Drops to 1-6 despite solid outing
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Samardzija (1-6) allowed three runs on six hits and a walk while striking out eight batters over seven innings during Thursday's loss to the Cubs.

Currently sporting a 3.28 FIP for the campaign, Samardzija's fantasy numbers are lagging behind his actual work on the mound. It's been especially noticeable of late, as he's allowed just 14 earned runs over his past 43.2 innings with 49 strikeouts through his past six outings. Unfortunately, the San Francisco offense entered Thursday's game with the second-fewest runs scored in the league, so wins could continue to be hard to come by. To make matters worse, Samardzija lines up to face Washington's league-best offense in his next start.

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Giants' Christian Arroyo: Team weighing minors stint
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

The Giants are deciding whether they want to keep Arroyo in the majors while he works through his current slump, Alex Pavlovic of CSN Bay Area reports.

The infielder is 0-for-13 in his last three games and has steadily eroded at the plate in May (.193/.261/.277 in 22 contests). Manager Bruce Bochy said Arroyo facing major-league pitching is crucial for his development, but the organization remains undecided. Arroyo may only have a few more days to prove he's still worth a spot with the Giants while working through his issues. He's batting eighth and playing third base Thursday as a result of Eduardo Nunez (hamstring) being a late scratch.

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Giants' Mac Williamson: Blasts two-run homer in ninth Wednesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Williamson went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in Wednesday's 5-4 loss to the Cubs.

Williamson gave the Giants late life when he battled against Wade Davis for eight pitches before depositing a ball into the right field bleachers. The 25-year-old is batting just .182 in seven games since being called up to the majors, but Wednesday's opposite-field homer gave us a glimpse of the outfielder's raw power. He should receive a few more starts in right field while Hunter Pence (hamstring) rehabs from his injury.

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Giants' Mike Morse: Slow start to 2017
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Morse is batting .219/.257/.601 in 32 at-bats to start the season.

Morse had a rough start to the season, injuring his hamstring right before the end of spring training. After a couple of rehab starts in the minors, Morse was called up to the Giants on April 26. Since then, the 35-year-old has been mostly limited to pinch-hitting opportunities and the occasional start while Brandon Belt gets most of the playing time at first.

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Giants' Denard Span: Homers in return Wednesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Span (thumb) returned to the starting lineup and went 1-for-5 with a solo home run in Wednesday's loss to the Cubs.

This is now the second time in two weeks that the veteran outfielder has hit a homer in the first game returning from injury. In fact, all three of his long balls this season have come in those two weeks since returning from the disabled list. Span is worth an add if he was dropped due to his minor thumb injury, as he appears to be one of the select few Giants seeing the ball well these days.

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2017 Team Leaders
AVGBuster Posey , C.353
HRBrandon Belt , 1B9
RBIBrandon Belt , 1B20
OBPBuster Posey , C.439
SLGBuster Posey , C.551
RBrandon Belt , 1B24
SBEduardo Nunez , 3B12
WJohnny Cueto , SP4
ERAJeff Samardzija , SP4.57
WHIPJeff Samardzija , SP1.13
KJeff Samardzija , SP71
SVMark Melancon , RP9

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