Earlier this year the Giants’ players had a chance to share AT&T Park with their loved ones. Families were invited to pose for portraits and play a softball game before the Giants took on the Dodgers.
Brandon Crawford and family
Jeremy Affeldt and son
Ryan Vogelsong and son
Matt Cain and family
Ryan Vogelsong and family
Javier Lopez and family
Brandon Belt and wife
Ron Wotus and family
Javier Lopez and family
Gregor Blanco and family
Madison Bumgarner and wife
Marco Scutaro and family
Jeremy Affeldt and family
Mark Grusbeck and wife
Roberto Kelly and family
Hector Sanchez and family
Joaquin Arias and family
Santiago Casilla and family
Jake Dunning and family
Tony Abreu and family
Brian Sabean and family
Dave Groeschner and family
Andres Torres and family
Bret Alexander and family
“I’m sure it’s pretty funny, hopefully you get a good laugh. They’re laughing in here. It’s sort of funny, because I’m not seriously hurt. I’m sure I’m going to watch it tomorrow and laugh my tail off. I’m not offended by that.” – Hunter Pence
TONIGHT’S GAME…The San Francisco Giants host the Miami Marlins in game two of this four-game series…RHP Ricky Nolasco (4-7, 3.61) is scheduled to start against RHP Tim Lincecum (4-7, 4.57).
GAUDIN UPDATE…RHP Chad Gaudin left last night’s game in the 5th inning after being struck by a line drive…X-rays were negative but he suffered a bruise near his right elbow.
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STREAK ON…IF Joaquin Arias has hit safely in a career-high 11-consecutive games.
TONY ABREU… Has appeared in 10 games, going 8-for-29 with 4 doubles and 2 RBI.
BRANDON BELT… Is 9-for-his-last-21 at the plate and is 17-for-50 (.340) in his past 13 games.
SANDY ROSARIO… Threw a career-high 2.2 innings last night and had his first career at bat.
JEAN MACHI… Has allowed just three of 16 inherited runners to score (18.8%), which is the ninth-lowest pct. in the NL.
All it took was a single by Andres Torres, a sacrifice bunt from Brandon Crawford and a line drive single by Brandon Belt for the Giants to complete their second walk-off win in three days.
Ron Wotus & Matt Williams
Shawon Dunston & Andres Torres
Tim Flannery & Buster Posey
Madison Bumgarner is now 3-0 and Marco Scutaro is hitting .526 in his last five games – it was a good game, and a good win. SF 3 – CHC 2
There was this little blue box at the batting cage…
… and it had a ring for Nate Schierholtz in it!
Beat Writers: Henry Schulman, Alex Pavlovic, Chris Haft & Andy Baggarly
The best seat in the house
Bruce Bochy, Dave Groeschner & Brandon Crawford check out Pablo Sandoval’s leg
Brandon Crawford & Angel Pagan
While the team was in LA to open the 2013 season many fans headed to AT&T Park to watch the game from the best seats in San Francisco.
SF 0 – LA 4
Authentic Opening Day
Watching on the scoreboard
Bruce Bochy, Andres Torres, Angel Pagan, Marco Scutaro & Pablo Sandoval
Jose Mijares, Sergio Romo & Marco Scutaro
Brandon Crawford & Andres Torres
Jose Mijares & Javier Lopez
Clubhouse & Medical Staff
Brandon Belt, Pablo Sandoval & Tim Flannery
Bruce Bochy & Ryan Vogelsong