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  1. #1
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    San Francisco Giants @ Miami Marlins - April 16-18




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    SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS (8-4) @ MIAMI MARLINS (5-7)


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    Game 1: Friday, April 16th @ 4:10 PM

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    Anthony DeSclafani..........Daniel Castano


    Scouting Report:
    Giants: DeSclafani debuted with the Marlins in 2014, but he was sent to the Reds as part of the Mat Latos trade the following offseason. DeSclafani is 2-2 with a 3.04 ERA in four career starts against his former club.


    Marlins: With Elieser Hernandez and top prospect Sixto Sánchez sidelined, Castano slides into the rotation. The rookie lefty compiled a 3.86 ERA and a 1.50 WHIP in six starts in 2020. He recorded one quality start.

    Game 2: Saturday, April 17th @ 3:10 PM

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    Aaron Sanchez..........Sandy Alcantara

    Scouting Report:
    Giants: Sanchez gave up two runs over five innings in his last start against the Reds on Monday. He made his only career start against the Marlins in 2018, when he gave up five runs over 4 1/3 innings while pitching for the Blue Jays.

    Marlins: Alcantara seeks his first win of 2021 despite recording a quality start in each of his first three outings. The righty made his MLB debut against the Giants as a member of the Cardinals' bullpen in 2017. Two years later for Miami, he limited San Francisco to one run over 13 innings spanning two starts.

    Game 3: Sunday, April 18th @ 10:10 AM

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    Alex Wood..........Pablo López


    Scouting Report:
    Giants: Wood will be activated off the injured list and make his Giants debut vs. Miami. The 30-year-old left-hander was projected to be in the Opening Day rotation, but he was shelved after undergoing an ablation procedure to treat lower back stiffness.

    Marlins: The long ball hurt López in his previous two starts, as he surrendered three in 10 2/3 innings. The righty has faced the Giants just once in his career, allowing one run over six frames in a Marlins win on May 29, 2019.
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    Pitching wasn’t bad but just one run? This is the kind of series we need to take advantage of. Not to say we can’t win the next two but we got to find some offense from somewhere.

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    Slater has been quite the pinch hitter so far this season.

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    Wow that was a terrible route by Dubon.

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    The BP had 2 chances to shut this down today and there was a collective bed shiting. Don't like using Garcia in extras with a guy starting on 2nd.


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    How the **** did Solano not get to 2nd on Disco's bunt?


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    Quote Originally Posted by downsos View Post
    The BP had 2 chances to shut this down today and there was a collective bed shiting. Don't like using Garcia in extras with a guy starting on 2nd.


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    SP and BP are the things we have going for us and it left a steaming pile. Should have taken this series.

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    Could have used a hit there. This thing is setting up like last nights.

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    At least they didn't get swept. Great pitching day. Doval looked great.

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    If Wood stays healthy, this could be a surprisingly good rotation with Gausman, Cueto, Wood, and DeSclafani.

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    Woody and the pen. They made that run stand up. I agree with Rush about the rotation but we won’t really benefit unless we find some offense.

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    Bring up Ramos.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rush View Post
    If Wood stays healthy, this could be a surprisingly good rotation with Gausman, Cueto, Wood, and DeSclafani.
    I think "if Cueto comes back soon and stays healthy" would be the better way to sum it up. With Wood, you expect him to miss decent sized chunks of the season at this point. I do agree that this could be a sneaky decent to good rotation though.

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