DENVER – Entering the first doubleheader game on Monday against the Rockies at Coors Field, the Giants were hot on the sign, unusual development, given that San Francisco was 28th in baseball with 79 wRC + in the first half.
Well, if the first series of Giants from the second
DENVER – Entering the first doubleheader game on Monday against the Rockies at Coors Field, the Giants were red on the signboard, unusual development, given that San Francisco was 28 in baseball with 79 wRC + during the first half.
Well, if the first half of the second half giants did not convince you of their upcoming rebirth, maybe a 19-2 win in the make-up on May 8th.
It was one afternoon of the Giants 'attackers' superlatives, especially the foot
The CRF's eight RBI in the game ended the franchise record since the club moved to San Francisco in 1
The only current giant that was on the list at the time was Pablo Sandoval, and both Madison Bugnerer and Buster Posey would not make their debuts for the bigger leagues for another two months. Randy Johnson, Rich Aurilla, Edgar Renteria, Bengni Molina and Brad Penny.
• The last time the giants scored 12 or more races during the first three innings of the road was July 9, 1993 at the Veterans Stadium when they led 13-0 after three innings and won, 15-8.
• The 19-time Jiants scored in the game set a new record for the mileage franchise recorded in a Coors Field game.
Crawford and Mike Yastrzemski had big matches on the board, and Crawford went on 5-for-6, and Yastremski would be 4-in-6 afternoon. Crawford scored three runs and eight. Yastrzemski scored four runs and climbed to three.
Manny Randhawa is a reporter at MLB.com, headquartered in Denver. Follow it on Twitter at @MannyOnMLB.