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C. Kershaw 3-1 2.5432

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Thu Apr 13
L 3 - 1COL
Fri Apr 14
W 8 - 2COL
Sat Apr 15
L 5 - 0COL
Sun Apr 16
L 4 - 3COL
Tue Apr 18
W 2 - 1at KC
Wed Apr 19
L 2 - 0at KC
Fri Apr 21
L 6 - 5at COL
Sat Apr 22
L 12 - 3at COL
Sun Apr 23
L 8 - 0at COL
Mon Apr 24
W 2 - 1LAD
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Wed Apr 26
3:45 pm EDT
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10:15 pm EDT
Fri Apr 28
9:05 pm EDT
Sat Apr 29
4:05 pm EDT
Sun Apr 30
10:10 pm EDT
Mon May 1
at LAD
10:10 pm EDT
Tue May 2
at LAD
10:10 pm EDT
Wed May 3
at LAD
7:10 pm EDT
Fri May 5
at CIN


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San Francisco6-127-13
Giants' Christian Arroyo: Expects to see regular time at third
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Arroyo -- who went 0-for-4 in his major-league debut Monday -- is expected to primarily start at third going forward, according to Alex Pavlovic of CBS Sports.

The 21-year-old didn't record a hit in his first game with the big club, but he didn't look outclassed at the plate either, seeing 20 pitches in his four at-bats. With the Giants' offense struggling to get off the ground, Arroyo should be given a strong look at third base to see if his bat can inject some life into the team. He is a rookie, so he will likely experience some ups and downs, but he is definitely worth in add to see if he can continue the success he was having with Triple-A Sacramento this season (.446/.478/.692).

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Giants' Eduardo Nunez: Will move to outfield
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Nunez started in left field and went 0-for-3 with a walk in Monday's win over the Dodgers.

With prospect Christian Arroyo getting the call to the majors Monday, manager Bruce Bochy said that Nunez would primarily play left field while filling in around the infield. The move makes sense, as the Giants didn't want to thrust their top offensive rookie into an unfamiliar place in the outfield, and Nunez has had experience playing there as recently as last season. He may or may not have already had outfield eligibility based on individual league settings, but he will almost certainly gain it, adding more flexibility for his fantasy owners.

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Giants' Matt Cain: X-ray results on hamstring come back negative
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Cain (hamstring) had X-rays done on his hamstring and foot and the results came back negative, NBC Sport's Alex Pavlovic reports.

It turns out that Cain left his strong outing Monday due to hamstring tightness. It appears that he avoided a major injury, but the veteran has had hamstring issues in the past, so we will have to wait to see if he makes his next turn in the rotation. Cain fired six scoreless innings prior to exiting the game, lowering his ERA to an impressive 2.42 through four starts.

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Giants' Mark Melancon: Pitches scoreless ninth for fourth save
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Melancon pitched a scoreless ninth inning with just a single hit allowed and a strikeout to record his fourth save of the season during Monday's win over the Dodgers.

Since a poor outing on Opening Day (four hits and two runs allowed), Melancon has now strung together five scoreless innings over five appearances with six strikeouts and four saves. After the bullpen struggles the Giants endured in 2016, Melancon's job is probably one of the more secure among his ninth-inning peers, and San Francisco forked over big money for his services for a reason. With a 1.96 ERA and 0.92 WHIP over the past four seasons, he's also proven to be one of the more reliable fantasy closers.

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Giants' Matt Cain: Leaves Monday start with apparent injury
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Cain left Monday's start against the Dodgers with an undisclosed injury, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

Cain left with a trainer due to apparent discomfort after his warm-up pitches ahead of the seventh inning. He was dealing before that, having tossed six shutout innings while throwing just 70 pitches. Cain's ERA dropped to 2.43 in the process, as he's enjoying one of his best stretches in years. His fantasy owners can only hope this injury proves to be minor, as we haven't seen this version of Cain in a long time.

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2017 Team Leaders
AVGJoe Panik , 2B.339
HRBrandon Belt , 1B4
RBIHunter Pence , RF9
OBPJoe Panik , 2B.403
SLGBrandon Belt , 1B.507
RBrandon Belt , 1B11
SBEduardo Nunez , 3B6
WJohnny Cueto , SP3
ERAMatt Cain , SP2.42
WHIPMadison Bumgarner , SP1.07
KJeff Samardzija , SP30
SVMark Melancon , RP4

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