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Quick Hits for September 14, 2014

San Francisco Giants, S.F. Giants, photo, 2014, Buster Posey

DOUBLE DIGIT LOSSES… Last night marked just the fifth double-digit shut out loss for the Giants by the Dodgers at home…the Giants lost by a score of 10-0 to the Dodgers on July 28, 2012 and also lost an 11-0 game to LA in San Francisco twice: Sept. 12, 1974 and June 21, 1997…the Brooklyn Dodgers beat the New York Giants 10-0 at the Polo Grounds on Oct. 2, 1951.

San Francisco Giants, S.F. Giants, photo, 2014, Angel Pagan

GIANT OFFENSE – ONE OF THE BEST SINCE THE BREAK… The Giants’ offense has been one of the best in baseball since the All-Star break, ranking first in runs/game, team batting average and team batting average with runners in scoring position, while ranking second in team OPS.

San Francisco Giants, S.F. Giants, photo, 2014, Hunter Pence

GIANTS COMING UP BIG WITH 2 OUTS… The Giants, who rank 12th in the Majors in total runs scored (621), have scored 254 runs with two outs, which leads the Majors in that category this season (Elias).

San Francisco Giants, S.F. Giants, photo, 2014, Tim Lincecum

TIM LINCECUM… Made his fifth career regular season relief appearance last night (allowed five runs in 3.0 ip).

San Francisco Giants, S.F. Giants, photo, 2014, MIchael Kickham

MICHAEL KICKHAM… Has allowed five runs on eight hits in 2.0 innings, covering two appearances.

San Francisco Giants, S.F. Giants, photo, 2014, Brett Bochy

BRETT BOCHY… Became the ninth father/son-Manager/player combo in the Majors and the first to appear as a pitcher.

San Francisco Giants, S.F. Giants, photo, 2014, Chirs Dominguez

CHRIS DOMINGUEZ… Batted .274 (136-for-496) with 23 2Bs, 21 HRs and 85 RBI in 131 games for triple-A Fresno.

San Francisco Giants, S.F. Giants, photo, 2014, Gary Brown

GARY BROWN… Was selected by the Giants in the first round (24th overall) in the 2010 draft.

San Francisco Giants, S.F. Giants, photo, 2014, Erik Cordier

ERIK CORDIER… Made his ML debut on Sept. 3, hitting 100mph on the radar gun consistently.

San Francisco Giants, S.F. Giants, photo, 2014, Chris Heston

CHRIS HESTON… Made his Major League debut last night tossing 1.0-scoreless inning with two Ks.

Quick Hits for September 12, 2014

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SERGIO ROMO… Is 23-for-28 in SV chances, with his 23 saves tied for the 13th-most in the NL.

 

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ANGEL PAGAN… Has hit safely in 18 of his last 20 games, batting .341 (30-for-88).

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PABLO SANDOVAL… Is one of four players in baseball to hit .300+ in each of the last four months (.312 in May, .301 in June, .311 in July, .336 in Aug)…joins Jose Altuve, Adrian Beltre, Robinson Cano.

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TRAVIS ISHIKAWA… Is 6-for-19 (.316) with three RBI as a pinch-hitter with SF.

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BRANDON CRAWFORD… Has 12 hits in his last 33 at-bats (.364) and nine RBI in his last 10 games.

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GREGOR BLANCO… Has hit safely in 13 of his last 14 games and has gone 23-for-61 (.377) in his last 20 games.

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BUSTER POSEY… Is batting .463 (37×80) with 19 runs, seven 2Bs, 3B, seven HRs and 24 RBI in his last 19 games.

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JUAN PEREZ… Was recalled from triple-A on Sept. 1 marking sixth time he’s been recalled this year.

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GARY BROWN… 25-year-old was recalled from triple-A Fresno on Sept. 2, marking his first big league callup.

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GIANTS HOME VICTORIES… The Giants look to extend their season-high home winning streak to 10 games tonight… SF last won 10 consecutive home games during an 11-game run from July 7-25, 2003, the Giants’ longest home win streak in AT&T Park history…during this nine-game home win streak, the Giants have outscored their opponents by a 58-14 margin.

Coming Together

Gary Brown

As we count down to Opening Day we would like to highlight some of the players and coaches we will be cheering on during the 2013 season.  Be sure to check out our 2013 Media Guide for more tidbits about our players and coaches.

2012 SEASON

  • 24-year-old outfielder played in 134 games for double-A Richmond and hit .279 (150-for-538) with 32 doubles and 33 stolen bases.
  • Became just the second player in Flying Squirrels’ franchise history to record 30 stolen bases in a season on Aug. 3 at Harrisburg, joining Darren Ford (37 stolen bases, 2010).

GIANTS GEMS

  • Graduated from Diamond Bar (CA) High School.
  • Drafted by SF out of Cal State Fullerton, Brown was named an All-American by Baseball America (second team), Rivals.com (first team), Collegiate Baseball (first team), National Collegiate Baseball Writer’s Association (first team) and American Baseball Coaches Association (first team).
  • Named 2010 Big West Conference Player of the Year, the speedy outfielder set a single-season school record in batting avg. by hitting .438 and became first Titan to steal more than 30 bases in a season since 1994 (32 steals).
  • Set the Cal State Fullerton record for the most stolen bases, going 25-of-28 during his freshman season.
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