DENVER – The Giants were hot on the ground in the first game of the brawl on Monday against the Rocky Mountains at Coors Field, an unusual development as San Francisco was 28th in baseball with 79 wRC + in the first half.
When the first series of the Giants of the second
DENVER – At the first game of the double game on Monday against the Rocky Mountains in Coors Field, the Giants on the plate were blazing hot, an unusual development given the 28th place in San Francisco in baseball with a 79 wRC + in the first half.
Well, if the Giants' first series in the second half did not convince them of their offensive resurgence, maybe a 19-2 win over a make-up rain on May 8th will do the trick.
This was an afternoon of superlatives for Giants-Hitter, especially Shortstop
• Crawford's eight RBIs in the game set a franchise record since moving to San Francisco in 1
• A STATS LLC said The Giants, with 94 runs in their last 11 games, set a franchise record for most runs in a span of 11 games since moving to San Francisco in 1958.
• The Giants scored 12 runs over the first three innings of the competition, the highest score they have achieved before the fourth inning of a match since moving to the 13-0 win at AT & T Park on the 3rd July 2009 against the Astros 13.  The only current giant on the list at the time was Pablo Sandoval, and both Madison Bumgarner and Buster Posey would not make a major league debut for another two months.
Also in this Giants team? Randy Johnson, Rich Aurilia, Edgar Renteria, Bengie Molina and Brad Penny.
• The last time the Giants scored 12 or more runs in the first three innings of a street game was July 9, 1993 at Veterans Stadium, when they led 13-0 after three innings, winning 15-8.
• The 19 runs the Giants made in the game set a new franchise record for runs in a single game at Coors Field.
• Crawford and Mike Yastrzemski In the afternoon, Crawford was 5 against 6 and Yastrzemski was 4 against 6. Crawford scored three runs and finished in eighth. Yastrzemski scored four runs and drove three.
Manny Randhawa is a reporter for MLB.com based in Denver. Follow him on Twitter at @MannyOnMLB.