The San Francisco Giants beat the Diamondback 4-2

The San Francisco Giants beat the Diamondback 4-2

Let’s start at the bottom of the sixth inning.

The San Francisco Giants Followed Arizona Diamondbacks 1-0.

They sent 15 batters to the plate and tasted 15 .ts. No, they weren’t a no-hit, but after that they basically didn’t have a runner Mike Yastremsky He led the first inning with a weak single and retired from double play.

Zack Gallon – Not allowed more than 3 runs in his 23 career starts – Scored 6 runs, not allowed to keep in touch hard.

So you didn’t expect anything in the sixth inning. It was the third part of the struggle Pablo Sandoval Two justices after that, you were already looking into the seventh inning.

Then the rally took place. Did the rally take place? It was a great rally.

One day after the Giants beat the three Homers responsible for all their runs, they lined up like this:

Walk
Single
Walk
Single
Single
Single
Walk

As such, they scored four runs and loaded the base without outs. Remember that they will not get runs from those base loaded situations; Damage occurred.

This was what they needed as they won 4-2 for the second night in a row.


It was a kind of monster. They had 4 fours and 3 walks without even getting an out to start the sixth inning. Take that short run, they had 2 hits, 0 walks and 24 hits.

It was a master class in effective sequencing. Get 4 runs from 6 hits, with an extra-base hit (Roof Double), it’s sensitive, and one touch is trivial.

The big hit came Fame in it, Tied with two runs singles. Roof didn’t have a lot of chances about justice, but he replaced it Alex Dickerson In the fourth inning, after that Dickerson He threw a ball from his foot and left the game. The roof passed when it was most important.

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One of the underlying parts of the Giants home run renaissance, it makes these trivial rallies and victories even more enjoyable. Over the years, it’s been a game you thought, “I do not know how the Giants won, but it’s not sustainable.” But now, as they have more weapons, it is sustainable, and these strange victories are more of a joke than an occasional prayer.


Kevin Gaussman Considering how bad Arizona’s offense was, he had to throw more pitches than he liked. He pushed himself back at more angles than he liked.

But it worked, and most of the time he was emotional. Gaus Sman Played 6 innings, and gave up 2 fours, 3 walks and 1 run, scoring 9 runs, all through swing and miss.

He had to throw 100 pitches, but 20 of them – 20 of them – were swinging strikes. He loaded the base with an out in the third inning, then put on two without an outs in the fourth inning, leaving only one run between the two pickles.

The Giants are now 21-21 and certainly look smart to keep Gaus Sman During trading hours.


The San Francisco series opened with a disappointing defeat in a game on Friday. Winning a four-game series is not easy when you lose the opener. For those of you who do not have a PhD in Mathematics, you must win three games in a row. You can get it for free.

The demons were in charge. The 4-2 win gave them their third consecutive win and another series win. This means that they won the season series 8-2, allowing just 2.7 runs per game.

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