I don’t have the same flashy and exciting conclusions as I did at Friday’s games, as the San Francisco Giants don’t have flashy and exciting games. No sales opportunities There was no stealing back home. There are no additional opportunities.
Save for the opponent, there is nothing particularly noteworthy about how the Giants 11-6 beat the Los Angeles Dodgers.
That doesn’t mean it’s a boring game. But somehow then Giants play great and are never boring unless you … look, there’s no right way to get a girlfriend. But if your team plays boring well, it may be time to find a new hobby.
It̵7;s just a straightforward, high-quality, and convincing baseball win from a team with more players than the first two months you’ve anticipated throughout the season.
A week after recording just three hits with Julio Urías while hitting 10, the Giants have 11 against Urías and only five.
They had 16 hits, 7 of which would make a special base.They walked 5, walked 11 strikes Logan Webb in return from the 10-day casualty list.Only 2 basic players were allowed – Hit and hit – in 5 innings while striking 7.
Matt Whistler hit four of the six battles he faced. The Giants won as comfortably as you could with a ridiculously talented squad that overcame the lack of ninth run three times the previous night.
They played good baseball and won good performance. It is straightforward
Of course, the retrospective is 20/20, it’s now very easy to sit here on my lovely pink reclining chair I’ve been writing since when I felt too good for my desk and read the box scores and thought it was smooth. all
There are moments when you question the Giants’ winning potential. Last year they didn’t have enough talent to make a margin for mistakes – if they weren’t perfect, they couldn’t beat a good team. That was not the case this year.
Austin Slater leads the game with a single shot. But was picked out for trying to steal seconds in the 3-0 count. Buster Posey hit what would be a double RBI on the next pitch. The Giants won’t score goals in innings.
In the third inning, with the Giants up a 3-1 lead, Donovan Solano made not only mistakes. But in the continuous hitting of the ball But in consecutive fields The Dodgers scored even though Webb wouldn’t allow a single bass runner on his record card.
In the sixth inning, the Giants turned to a bullfight when Webb threw only a rather brilliant 62 pitch. That’s always a plan, and I’m not going to mourn or criticize Giants who value health over winning. But that is the real thing. And it appeared when Scott Kazmir and José Álvarez were both allowed to run alongside each other.
But the Giants solved those hiccups. Quite simply, I might say. And although they still have lost two more games than they have won against the Dodgers this year. But it highlights the differences between the giants this year and the teams over the past three or four years. In the past, the Giants have been unable to make mistakes and beat the Dodgers on the road, let alone nothing to me.Smart baseball analysts rate their performance as “high quality”.
It is also of high quality.
The record for every pitcher who took the bat for the Giants has been hit. Most of them are troublesome, many of them are famous.
They score goals in a number of ways, which is always fun. It was an old-fashioned match in the second inning when they switched a 1-0 deficit to a 3-1 lead Wilmer Flores Solano, Brandon Crawford and Mauricio Dubonmi. The singles were consecutive bats and on the later occasion Mike Yastrzemski walked along the base.
It was a more satisfying match in the third inning when Solano – fresh from his two wrong innings – popped two strokes over the wall to redeem the sweetest sin.
Heavy hits came later in the game after the Dodgers threatened to take the lead in a big way. The biggest hit of the day could come from Steven Duggar, who came in as a pinch hitter and ended up facing a handicap with a loaded base.Duggar was used as a platoon player this year, but with Darin Ruf at Sidelined, he made quite a strong case for some, starting with the winger.
Then the next opportunity, Evan Longoria hit the home run again.
These are fun.
Think about where the Giants are now and how you feel now against them compared to where they are and how you feel for them when Albert Pujols’ floating ball was in midair in the ninth inning of. Friday night