The Giants ran their win streak to eight games by sweeping the Rays on Sunday, scoring four runs in the eighth inning to break a tie.
On Sunday, Giants’ third baseman Matt Duffy played his 188th consecutive game, taking over Major League Baseball’s ironman title for most consecutive games played.
Phil Bickford’s bat-missing ability was on full display Sunday during his California League debut as he recorded a career-high 13 strikeouts over six innings to lead Class A Advanced San Jose past Rancho Cucamonga, 5-3.
Joe Panik had already been hit in the head during the fifth inning of Saturday’s 6-4 Giants win at Tropicana Field. He collapsed to the ground, but stayed in the game after a drama-filled RBI hit-by-pitch.
The Giants and Rays will finish their Interleague series at Tropicana Field on Sunday afternoon, with former American League pitcher Jake Peavy getting another look at Tampa Bay and Jake Odorizzi facing San Francisco for the first time. The Giants will be going for the road sweep while trying to extend their winning streak to […]
Jaff Decker backed up to the right-field wall like he had a chance to catch the ball that was crushed off Joe Panik’s bat. San Francisco had struggled to find a big hit most of the day. But after tying it in the eighth, the Giants won their seventh straight game on Panik’s three-run homer […]
Giants reliever Sergio Romo had his first rehab appearance Friday night for Class A Advanced San Jose. He pitched a scoreless inning and even struck out Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig, who was also rehabbing. Romo also allowed a walk and a base hit.
Rays left-hander Matt Moore seeks to continue momentum gained from his most recent start when Tampa Bay hosts San Francisco on Saturday at Tropicana Field. Moore allowed no runs and two hits in seven innings during a victory over the Astros on Sunday at Tropicana Field. The Giants counter with right-hander Albert Suarez, who will […]
Albert Suarez will start for the Giants on Saturday, moving scheduled starter Jake Peavy back a day.
After going 0-2 with a 7.36 ERA in his last three starts, Jeff Samardzjia was eager to end a game that had already ended the bad feelings of that rough streak. And he did exactly that in his complete-game performance Friday, a 5-1 Giants win over the Rays.
With the Rays hosting their best regular-season crowd in more than 10 years at Tropicana Field, Jeff Samardzija had his best start of the season in the Giants’ 5-1 victory.
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