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2019 Schedule
11-14, 4th in NL West
1d

Pomeranz, 2 relievers toss 2-hitter, Giants beat Jays 4-0

Drew Pomeranz and two relievers combined on a two-hitter, Pablo Sandoval homered for the second straight game, and the San Francisco Giants beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-0 Wednesday, sweeping their two-game interleague series.

Posey and Longoria bring in runs in the 6th (0:55)
Sandoval blasts one 399ft to right field (0:23)
2d

Giants hit 4 homers, outlast Blue Jays 7-6

Pablo Sandoval went 3-for-4 and homered for the first time this year, one of a season-high four home runs for San Francisco, and the offensively challenged Giants outlasted the Toronto Blue Jays 7-6 on Tuesday night.

5d

Posey ends long homerless drought, Giants edge Pirates 3-2

Buster Posey snapped the longest homerless drought of his career with a three-run shot off Chris Archer and tagged Pittsburgh's Jung Ho Kang at the plate for the final out as the San Francisco Giants edged the Pirates 3-2 on Sunday.

6d

Lyles, Marte, González injured in Pirates' win over Giants

Jordan Lyles cruised through six innings before taking a line drive off his pitching hand, Starling Marte and Erik Gonzalez were also pulled following a collision in the field, and the short-handed Pittsburgh Pirates beat the San Francisco Giants 4-1...

8d

Nationals hit 4 HRs in 9-6 victory over Giants

Juan Soto and Howie Kendrick hit first-inning home runs, Matt Adams and Kurt Suzuki connected in the seventh, and the Washington Nationals beat the San Francisco Giants 9-6 on Wednesday night.

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9dDavid Schoenfield

The most feared lineups in baseball

From top to bottom, which are the offenses that no pitcher should want to face? Plus, the clubs that aren't scaring anyone.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

It's still Jackie Robinson Day in DC, where the Nats and Giants - who were both off yesterday - start a three-game series tonight.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

German Marquez doesn't quite get the second no-hitter in Rockies history, but he does finish with a one-hitter, the team's first complete game in nearly two years and a Game Score of 94 that is second-highest in Rockies history behind only Jon Gray's 95 (when he struck out 16) in 2016.

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average3.20
Quality Starts7
WHIP1.10
BAA.221
Runs78
Batting Average.212
On Base Percentage.272
Slugging Percentage.349