San Francisco Giants

Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Giants.258294734.22
NL West1st4th4th4th
National League 2nd8th8th11th

Last Game

Sun, June 17
Dodger Stadium
San Francisco Giants
at
Los Angeles Dodgers
SF4Final1LAD

Pitching

W: C. Stratton (8-4)
L:
C. Ferguson (0-1)
S:
H. Strickland (14)

Home Runs

SF - N. Hundley (8),B. Belt (12)  
LAD
- None

Schedule

Fri Jun 8
W 9 - 5@WAS
RECAP
Sat Jun 9
L 5 - 7@WAS
RECAP
Sun Jun 10
W 2 - 0@WAS
RECAP
Mon Jun 11
L 5 - 7@MIA
RECAP
Tue Jun 12
L 1 - 3@MIA
RECAP
Wed Jun 13
L 4 - 5@MIA
RECAP
Thu Jun 14
W 6 - 3@MIA
RECAP
Fri Jun 15
L 2 - 3@LAD
RECAP
Sat Jun 16
L 1 - 3@LAD
RECAP
Sun Jun 17
W 4 - 1@LAD
RECAP
Mon Jun 18
10:15 pm ET
MIA
Tue Jun 19
10:15 pm ET
MIA
Wed Jun 20
3:45 pm ET
MIA
Thu Jun 21
10:15 pm ET
SD
Fri Jun 22
10:15 pm ET
SD
Sat Jun 23
4:05 pm ET
SD
Sun Jun 24
4:05 pm ET
SD
Tue Jun 26
10:15 pm ET
COL
Wed Jun 27
10:15 pm ET
COL
Thu Jun 28
3:45 pm ET
COL

Standings

NL
West
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
Arizona29-2532-28
Colorado30-2831-29
Los Angeles29-2930-30
San Francisco27-2730-31
San Diego27-3328-35
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Giants' Hunter Strickland: Earns two-out save
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Strickland recorded the final two outs, including one strikeout, to earn the save Sunday against the Dodgers.

After Tony Watson retired left-handed batter Max Muncy to lead off the ninth inning, Strickland was called upon to retire Justin Turner and Cody Bellinger to earn his 14th save of the season. He bounced back after blowing his last save chance -- though that was largely due to a defensive error -- and has now converted four of his last five save chances. With Mark Melancon back in the fold, there is some chance of Strickland losing grip of the role in the future, but for now he remains entrenched as the Giants' closer.

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Giants' Chris Stratton: Throws six shutout innings
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Stratton (8-4) allowed three hits and walked one while striking out three across six scoreless innings to earn the win Sunday against the Dodgers.

Despite allowing a lot of contact, Stratton allowed only one runner to reach scoring position and didn't allow an extra-base hit in his six innings of work. The effort marked his fourth consecutive start without surrendering a home run, bringing his HR/9 down to .9 for the season. That's been a key to his success, and despite striking out 7.1 batters per nine innings, Stratton has been able to make value up in other areas as he is now tied for second in the National League with eight wins.

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Giants' Nick Hundley: Hits eighth home run
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hundley went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run Sunday against the Dodgers.

With Buster Posey getting a day off, Hundley hit cleanup for the Giants and took advantage by hitting his eighth home run of the season in the first inning off left-hander Caleb Ferguson. Even with Brandon Belt back in the lineup, Hundley figures to see playing time against left-handers, as he entered Sunday's contest slugging .635 against them in 52 at-bats this season.

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Giants' Brandon Belt: Homers in second game back
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Belt went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run and two runs scored Sunday against the Dodgers.

Belt took left-hander Caleb Ferguson deep in the third inning for his 12th home run of the season. It was his first hit since returning from the disabled list (appendicitis) and only his second home run off a left-handed pitcher this season. Belt has shown a surprising ability to hit for power through 199 at-bats this season, slugging nearly 100 points better than his career average and 70 points better than his career-best mark.

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Giants' Alen Hanson: Picking up start at second base
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hanson will start at second base and bat eighth Sunday against the Dodgers, Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Hanson looked like he might have been primed for consistent work at third base when Evan Longoria fractured his hand Thursday, but the Giants regained some depth in the infield when first baseman Brandon Belt (appendicitis) returned from the disabled list two days later. Belt's return will allow Pablo Sandoval to shift back over to third base on a more regular basis, with Sandoval likely to occupy the strong side of a platoon at the position with Hanson thanks to his superior numbers against right-handed pitching. Hanson will pick up a third straight start Sunday thanks to everyday second baseman Joe Panik getting a breather, but it shouldn't be taken as a sign that the switch-hitting utility man is settling into an everyday role.

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2018 Team Leaders
AVGBrandon Crawford , SS.315
HRBrandon Belt , 1B12
RBIEvan Longoria , 3B34
OBPBrandon Belt , 1B.397
SLGBrandon Belt , 1B.548
RAndrew McCutchen , RF40
SBAndrew McCutchen , RF5
WChris Stratton , SP8
ERAChris Stratton , SP4.22
WHIPDerek Holland , SP1.30
KChris Stratton , SP64
SVHunter Strickland , RP14

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