San Francisco Giants

Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Giants.23470233.29
NL West2nd5th3rd2nd
National League 8th14th6th3rd

Next Game

Tue, April 24, 10:15 PM EDT
AT&T Park
Washington Nationals
at
San Francisco Giants
-112
Line
+102

Probable Pitchers

WASW-LERASO
T. Roark 1-1 3.2424

SFW-LERASO
T. Blach 1-3 4.1013

Schedule

Fri Apr 13
L 1 - 5@SD
RECAP
Sat Apr 14
L 4 - 5@SD
RECAP
Sun Apr 15
L 1 - 10@SD
RECAP
Tue Apr 17
L 0 - 1@ARI
RECAP
Wed Apr 18
W 4 - 3@ARI
RECAP
Thu Apr 19
L 1 - 3@ARI
RECAP
Fri Apr 20
W 8 - 1@LAA
RECAP
Sat Apr 21
L 3 - 4@LAA
RECAP
Sun Apr 22
W 4 - 2@LAA
RECAP
Mon Apr 23
W 4 - 2WAS
RECAP
Tue Apr 24
10:15 pm ET
WAS
PREVIEW
Wed Apr 25
3:45 pm ET
WAS
Fri Apr 27
10:15 pm ET
LAD
Sat Apr 28
4:05 pm ET
LAD
Sat Apr 28
10:05 pm ET
LAD
Sun Apr 29
5:05 pm ET
LAD
Mon Apr 30
10:15 pm ET
SD
Tue May 1
10:15 pm ET
SD
Wed May 2
3:45 pm ET
SD
Fri May 4
7:35 pm ET
@ATL

Standings

NL
West
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
Arizona15-615-6
Los Angeles10-911-10
Colorado12-1212-12
San Francisco7-1010-12
San Diego8-139-15
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Giants' Chris Stratton: PIcks up second win over Nationals
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Stratton (2-1) allowed two runs on four hits and three walks with five strikeouts through 6.2 innings to earn the victory Monday against Washington.

Since drawing the Dodgers for his first two starts of the season, Stratton has been on fire. He now has quality starts in each of his last three outings with a nifty 17:6 K:BB. More important Monday, though, were the nine ground balls he induced. Stratton gave up one extra-base hit, which helped him keep the floodgates from bursting despite the three walks. Stratton owns a 2.32 ERA and will look to redeem those early struggles Saturday against the Dodgers.

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Giants' Hunter Strickland: Notches fourth save against Nationals
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Strickland walked a batter but struck out two in a scoreless ninth for his fourth save Monday against the Nationals.

Strickland struck out multiple batters in an outing for just the second time all season. Still, he owns a sharp 10:3 K:BB over 10 innings of work. Strickland has now worked consecutive days and thrown 20 or more pitches in each outing, so don't be surprised if he is unavailable for a Giants save Tuesday. Tony Watson, who picked up his third hold Monday, would be the most likely candidate for the save should Strickland rest.

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Giants' Hunter Pence: Takes batting practice Monday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Pence (thumb) took batting practice before the Giants' tilt with the Nationals on Monday, Amy Gutierrez of NBC Sports Bay Area reports

After a MRI Thursday, Pence was placed on the 10-DL the following Friday with a thumb injury. It's probably not that serious if he's taking batting practice just three days later, but the 35-year-old's early season struggles can't be ignored. Pence is slashing an abysmal .172/.197/.190, and he's produced hard contact just 27.0 percent of the time, a career-low. Mac Williamson -- who was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento on Friday -- has a hit in each of the past three games while starting in Pence's place.

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Giants' Mark Melancon: Will return to baseball activites Thursday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Melancon (elbow) will begin a throwing program Thursday, John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Melancon seems to be on track with his recovery, as he is returning to baseball activities two weeks after having a stem cell injection in his pronator on April 12. Tests revealed no ligament damage in Melancon's right elbow, but the team can't put an approximate time table on his return until he begins throwing. More news will come as the 33-year-old progresses through his program. Hunter Strickland appears to be locked in as the closer for the time being.

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Giants' Will Smith: Continues making progress rehabbing elbow
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Smith (elbow) is scheduled to pitch Wednesday and Thursday, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

Since starting his rehab assignment at High-A San Jose in mid-April, Smith has reached Triple-A Sacramento where he's thrown three perfect innings over three games. In that time he's struck out six batters. The Giants current plan is for Smith to pitch Wednesday and Thursday before getting some rest and facing a couple more batters Sunday. Barring any setbacks, it's expected that Smith will come off the DL shortly after.

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2018 Team Leaders
AVGBrandon Belt , 1B.290
HRBrandon Belt , 1B5
RBIAndrew McCutchen , RF11
OBPBrandon Belt , 1B.392
SLGBrandon Belt , 1B.581
RAndrew McCutchen , RF12
SBAndrew McCutchen , RF3
WChris Stratton , SP2
ERAJohnny Cueto , SP0.35
WHIPJohnny Cueto , SP0.65
KChris Stratton , SP24
SVHunter Strickland , RP4

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