Digest for alt.sports.baseball.sf-giants@googlegroups.com - 5 updates in 3 topics

Thursday, June 8, 2017

ariess@bellsouth.net: Jun 07 07:20PM -0700

way to get back into the game. Vs. a guy with an ERA over 4.50 who had given up more hits per innings pitched.
Awesome Giants <Giants@sf.giants>: Jun 08 11:01AM


> way to get back into the game. Vs. a guy with an ERA over 4.50 who
> had given up more hits per innings pitched.
 
Posey was the only hitter who showed up. This is only Blach's 2nd bad
game. The other one was at Cincy, so he doesn't fare too well at these
parks either, understandably. He threw a shutout at Philly though;
that was impressive.
 
I wonder how many people in the bay area even watched this game. :-)
I certainly didn't. I didn't even bother to flip the channel during
halftime. Good thing it was a road game. :-) Wow, what an exciting
game! Nerve wreaking!
 
Friday will be a home game vs the Twins. I wonder how the attendance
will be like. Who the heck would go watch that game instead of you
know what? :-)
ariess@bellsouth.net: Jun 07 11:04PM -0700

> 7 RBI for one guy in 5 innings. Giants need some of what the Reds have been smoking.
 
did not see the giants going off and hitting a ton of dingers in Cincy this year. The distance on many of Duvall's dingers suggest that he can hit them in any park.
Awesome Giants <Giants@sf.giants>: Jun 08 11:00AM

>> Reds have been smoking.
 
> did not see the giants going off and hitting a ton of dingers in
> Cincy this year.
 
That's exactly their problem. Their offense is so bad they can't even
score in Cincy, Coors, and Milwaukee this year. That's just sad. It's
no wonder they're ranked at or near the bottom in runs scored.
 
> The distance on many of Duvall's dingers suggest
> that he can hit them in any park.
 
Ah, wayne is still clueless about what makes a hitters' park. He
thinks it's the size and distance of OF walls. LOL.
 
Check out Coors dimension. It's a huge ballpark.
ariess@bellsouth.net: Jun 07 07:06PM -0700

Yes the throw beat him, but I watched it several times in slow motion and the first baseman had his foot at least 4 or 5 inches off the bag. That is what Calixte was telling the team, and he was correct. But I guess on the tape that Dunston reviews or whomever is reviewing the tape for the giants could not see it within the 30 second window. Not happy that Posey and Crawford were out on 2 straight pitches after the giants had been working Nelson the entire game.
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