SAN FRANCISCO – This year's Bay Bridge Series between the Giants and the A & # 39; s is about more than regional bouncer rights. Both clubs play in their respective leagues in the wild card mix, which gives this Interleague games an additional role.
The Giants could
SAN FRANCISCO – This year's Bay Bridge Series between the Giants and the A & # 39; s is about more than regional bouncer rights. Both clubs play in their respective leagues in the wild card mix and give these Interleague games an additional place value.
The Giants were able to advance their cause on Tuesday at the expense of their cross-Bay rivals
Bumgarner allowed Stephen Piscotty in seven innings only a home game and sat down against Brett Anderson in the sixth inning before the attack of the Giants finally began to stir.
The only flaw for Bumgarner was the fifth when he gave up Piscotty's shot on an inside fastball. Marcus Semien scored Bumgarner's one more goal and led the game with a pop-up on the flat right field, to which the first base player Aramis Garcia, a catcher by profession, was allowed to fall on a single.
Bumgarner is an important anchor for the Giants' Pitching Staff, which dates back to three starters after Shaun Anderson and Conner Menez were downgraded to Triple-A Sacramento. The Giants have shown inconsistent performances at the back end of their rotation, with three rookies in Anderson, Menez and Tyler Beede, but Bumgarner and Jeff Samardzija have teamed up to form a reliable tandem at the front end.
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