Results tagged ‘ Hector Sanchez ’

Quick Hits For April 21, 2014

april 20, 2014, sf giants, photo, san diego padres

BRANDON HICKS… Is 7-for-31 (.226) with three extra base hits (2 2Bs, HR) to begin the season.

april 20, 2014, sf giants, photo, san diego padres

BRANDON CRAWFORD… Has started 16 of the first 19 games at shortstop (no errors).

april 20, 2014, sf giants, photo, san diego padres

POSEY AT COORS… C Buster Posey, who enters tonight’s game with just two hits in his last 28 at-bats, owns the highest batting average among active players here at Coors Field, hitting .402 (45-for-112) with seven home runs and 22 RBI in 30 games…Posey has hit safely in 25 of 30 games here.

april 20, 2014, sf giants, photo, san diego padres

JEREMY AFFELDT… Has made two appearances since coming off DL, tossing 3.0-scoreless innings (1 hit).

Quick Hits for April 16, 2014

april 15, 2014, sf giants, photo

BRANDON HICKS… Is tied with Pablo Sandoval for the team lead with eight walks this season.

april 15, 2014, sf giants, photo

JOAQUIN ARIAS… Has started five of SF’s first 14 games (four at 2B and one at SS).

april 15, 2014, sf giants, photo

ANOTHER WALK-OFF… For the second consecutive game, the Giants won last night in walk-off fashion as C Hector Sanchez drove in the winning run in the bottom of the 12th…according to ESPN Stats & Info, it’s the latest walk-off hit by a Giants player against the Dodgers in more than 10 years, and Sanchez became just the fifth Giant in the past 50 seasons with a walk-o! hit against the Dodgers in the 12th inning or later.

april 15, 2014, sf giants, photo

THAT WAS A LONG ONE… Last night’s 12-inning contest lasted four hours and 54 minutes, the second-longest game time between the Giants and Dodgers since 1987.

Lucky 42

Tonight was a special night thought Major League Baseball as we honored the legacy of Jackie Robinson.  67 years ago today, Jackie Robinson broke into the Major Leagues with the Brooklyn Dodgers and broke the color barrier at Ebbets Field before a crowd of 26,623 spectators – aproximately 14,000 of whom were African-American.  For the game today, baseball families came together to remember his lasting legacy with every payer and coach wearing number 42 to celebrate the diversity and connectivity of our National Pastime.

 

Rubber Game Tomorrow

A Second Opening Day Win

5 In The 8th

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 424 other followers

%d bloggers like this: