San Francisco Giants

Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Giants.245405794.69
NL West4th4th5th4th
National League 13th13th15th12th

Next Game

Wed, July 26, 3:45 PM EDT
AT&T Park
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at
San Francisco Giants
+131
Line
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Probable Pitchers

PITW-LERASO
T. Williams 4-4 4.7463

SFW-LERASO
J. Samardzija 4-11 5.05138

Schedule

Sun Jul 16
L 7 - 1at SD
Recap
Mon Jul 17
L 5 - 3CLE
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Tue Jul 18
W 2 - 1CLE
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Wed Jul 19
W 5 - 4CLE
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Thu Jul 20
L 5 - 2SD
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Fri Jul 21
L 12 - 9SD
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Sat Jul 22
W 5 - 4SD
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Sun Jul 23
L 5 - 2SD
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Mon Jul 24
L 10 - 3PIT
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Tue Jul 25
W 11 - 3PIT
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3:45 pm EDT
Today
PIT
Preview
10:10 pm EDT
Fri Jul 28
at LAD
4:05 pm EDT
Sat Jul 29
at LAD
8:08 pm EDT
Sun Jul 30
at LAD
10:05 pm EDT
Mon Jul 31
at OAK
10:05 pm EDT
Tue Aug 1
at OAK
10:15 pm EDT
Wed Aug 2
OAK
10:15 pm EDT
Thu Aug 3
OAK
10:15 pm EDT
Fri Aug 4
ARI
9:05 pm EDT
Sat Aug 5
ARI

Standings

NL
West
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
Los Angeles59-2870-31
Arizona48-4257-43
Colorado51-3958-44
San Diego36-4843-57
San Francisco34-5539-63
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Giants' Chris Stratton: Gets first career save in blowout
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Stratton recorded his first career save in Tuesday's win against the Pirates with two runs on six hits to go along with four strikeouts and a walk over four innings.

Stratton was never under very much stress, pitching the last four innings of a game after his team was up by nine runs when he came out of the bullpen. Still, the long relief appearance was enough to give the reliever his first career save. Don't expect the saves to become consistent however, as Stratton has still spent most of this season as a starter for Triple-A Fresno and will see more time in that role or as a long relief pitcher with the Giants than as a late-inning reliever.

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Giants' Madison Bumgarner: Records first win of season
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bumgarner struck out four with one intentional walk while allowing one earned run on six hits in five innings during Tuesday's game against the Pirates.

It took seven starts this season, but the Giants' ace was finally able to record his first win of 2017. He only threw 80 pitches over five innings in the outing, but was no longer needed after the Giants built a 10-1. With only four strikeouts and six hits in five innings, it didn't appear as Bumgarner had fully recovered his ability to locate pitches, but after giving up four home runs and seven runs over his first two starts, Tuesday's win was a step in the right direction to returning to his elite form.

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Giants' Shaun Anderson: Traded to San Francisco
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Anderson was traded from Boston to San Francisco for utility infielder Eduardo Nunez, Rob Bradford of WEEI.com reports.

Anderson posted a 3.42 ERA over 97.1 innings in stops at Low-A Greenville and High-A Salem while with Boston's organization. The right-hander was a reliever in college at the University of Florida, but has been stretched out as a starter since joining the Red Sox. He's shown good control and has a four-pitch mix, but none that are considered a plus offering. In Anderson, the Giants are getting someone that could pitch at the back end of the rotation, who can survive on mixing pitches and being around the zone.

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Giants' Eduardo Nunez: On his way to Boston
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Nunez has been traded to the Red Sox on Tuesday in exchange for two minor-league pitchers, Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports reports.

The Red Sox have been searching for a solution at third base all season and now seem to have improved at the hot corner with the recent promotion of top prospect Rafael Devers and the acquisition of Nunez, who projects to see playing time at both third base and shortstop at times. Nunez slashed .307/.331/.413 with four home runs and 17 stolen bases in 75 games with the Giants this season.

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Giants' Justin Ruggiano: Granted release Tuesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Ruggiano opted out of his minor-league deal with the Giants and will become a free agent, Alex Pavlovic of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

Ruggiano struggled in his 63 plate appearances with the Giants this season (.217 average) and was subsequently designated for assignment in early June. The 35-year-old initially accepted his assignment to Triple-A but has ultimately decided to opt out of his deal. He'll look to pick up with another organization if possible.

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2017 Team Leaders
AVGBuster Posey , C.326
HRBrandon Belt , 1B16
RBIBrandon Crawford , SS51
OBPBuster Posey , C.407
SLGBuster Posey , C.497
RBrandon Belt , 1B57
SBEduardo Nunez , 3B18
WTy Blach , SP6
ERATy Blach , SP4.50
WHIPJeff Samardzija , SP1.20
KJeff Samardzija , SP138
SVMark Melancon , RP11

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