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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

ariess@bellsouth.net: Jun 06 05:47PM -0700

7 RBI for one guy in 5 innings. Giants need some of what the Reds have been smoking.
Awesome Giants <Giants@sf.giants>: Jun 07 08:32AM


> 7 RBI for one guy in 5 innings. Giants need some of what the Reds
> have been smoking.
 
Make that 10 RBI and 4 HR in one game. But that's a Cincy game, a
ballpark that made Adam Duvall an all-star. And Gennett is not even a
starter. He's just a light-hitting utility player with 3 HRs prior to
this game.
 
The last time someone hit 4 HR with 10+ RBI was the Cards' Mark Whiten,
who, just like Gennett, did it at Cincinnati. That should give you an
idea of what kind of ballpark Cincy is. How can you not know what kind
of ballpark Cincy is, wayne?
 
And Gennett came into this game with a 1 for 19 slump.
Jon Rossen <jonr17@comcast.net>: Jun 06 04:12PM -0700

On 6/5/2017 11:58 PM, Awesome Giants wrote:
 
> Cain pitched well in his last start at AT&T. How will he fare this
> time in Milwaukee? Does he have any chance of matching his HR Derby
> twin Samardzija's performance?
 
Short Answer: NO
 
-jon rossen
Jon Rossen <jonr17@comcast.net>: Jun 06 05:18PM -0700

On 6/6/2017 4:12 PM, Jon Rossen wrote:
>> twin Samardzija's performance?
 
> Short Answer: NO
 
> -jon rossen
 
Let me elaborate a bit more: If the Giants could manage to string
together multiple good games easily they wouldn't have the putrid record
they do. It's always something. Constant cold offense. If that won't
kill a winning streak you'll have one starting pitcher take a dump on
the field right after a stellar performance by the previous one.
Something will always occur to guarantee failure for the Giants.
Tonight it's Cain's turn to keep the Giants from winning...and the
Brewers have put together an irritating 4 run inning so far as I'm
typing this.
 
-jon rossen
ariess@bellsouth.net: Jun 06 05:45PM -0700

On Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at 2:58:03 AM UTC-4, Awesome Giants wrote:
 
> Cain pitched well in his last start at AT&T. How will he fare this
> time in Milwaukee? Does he have any chance of matching his HR Derby
> twin Samardzija's performance?
 
not going to happen.
Awesome Giants <Giants@sf.giants>: Jun 07 08:31AM

> Giants from winning...and the Brewers have put together an
> irritating 4 run inning so far as I'm typing this.
 
> -jon rossen
 
Seems like only Blach is winning lately. The pattern seems to be a
Blach win followed by 4 losses, or Blach and Cueto wins followed by
3 losses. Forget about winning streaks. We'd be lucky if we don't
have losing streaks. Alternating wins and losses would be an
improvement at the moment, because that'd mean .500 ball.
 
Well at least Cain is consistent. His road ERA is 8-ish, and
tonight it's 9.00.
 
It'll be interesting to see what team he'll sign with next year,
where he can't rely on pitching at AT&T Park anymore. It'd be a
cruel joke if he signs with Milwaukee, Cincy, Colorado, AZ, etc.
Awesome Giants <Giants@sf.giants>: Jun 07 08:31AM

>> this time in Milwaukee? Does he have any chance of matching his
>> HR Derby twin Samardzija's performance?
 
> not going to happen.
 
Cain pitching on the road plus bowling night jinx = zero chance.
ariess@bellsouth.net: Jun 06 05:54PM -0700

On a full count with Posey coming up and only one out, I do not run Nunez with Belt up. If he hits a line drive its an easy DP, Posey would be up with a man on and a gapper would bring in a run, and a dinger would give us two. Nunez was out by a parsec.
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