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  1. #1
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    San Francisco Giants @ Texas Rangers - June 8-9




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    SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS (37-22) @ TEXAS RANGERS (23-38)


    GLOBE LIFE FIELD



    Game 1: Tuesday, June 8th @ 5:05 PM

    VS.
    Alex Wood..........Jordan Lyles


    Scouting Report:
    Giants: Wood endured his roughest outing of the year against the Angels on Tuesday, yielding seven runs and walking four over 3 2/3 innings. He is 2-0 with a 0.86 ERA in three career starts against the Rangers.

    Rangers: Lyles is 1-2 with a 4.36 ERA over his past six starts, lowering his ERA from 7.39 to 5.75. He'll face the Giants for the second time this season after allowing two runs in five innings in a loss to them on May 11.

    Game 2: Wednesday, June 9th, @ 11:05 AM

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    Zack Littell..........Kyle Gibson

    Scouting Report:
    Giants: N/A

    Rangers: The Rangers' ace will be working on a regular four days of rest in his second start since coming off the injured list with a right groin strain. Gibson has nine quality starts this season and threw 5 1/3 scoreless innings vs. the Rays last time out.


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    Iíve said it before. You canít let him pitch and close in a game like this. He pitches to contact. Another blown save. Predictable here.

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    And left him out there to. How stupid is this?

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    A little late with McGee. Gave themselves every chance to lose this one.

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    0-2 two out pitch right down the middle. Smart baseball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiGi1 View Post
    Iíve said it before. You canít let him pitch and close in a game like this. He pitches to contact. Another blown save. Predictable here.
    A little confused here. Rogers gave up a soft ground ball against the shift. Good pitch, unlucky result. Runner was then safe at 2nd because Tromp F'd up the throw. And the runner scored on a pop up that would've been caught 99% of the time.

    Weird day to blame Rogers.


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    I do think McGee should've pitched the 10th though. UP by a run, need strikeouts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sacgiants1213 View Post
    A little confused here. Rogers gave up a soft ground ball against the shift. Good pitch, unlucky result. Runner was then safe at 2nd because Tromp F'd up the throw. And the runner scored on a pop up that would've been caught 99% of the time.

    Weird day to blame Rogers.
    they should have used McGee in that situation. Again, Rogers is a pitch to contact pitcher. Exactly what they didnít need. What you say is true but these are things after the fact. They stood a much better chance with McGee coming out first. And leaving Rogers out there for a second inning made no sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sacgiants1213 View Post
    I do think McGee should've pitched the 10th though. UP by a run, need strikeouts.
    Exactly. In a close game like this, Rogers should never close. Contact is what he throws.

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