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What we learned as Padres crush Giants in sweep at Oracle

SAN FRANCISCO -- The Giants hoped to avoid their first three-game sweep of the season on Sunday at Oracle Park. Instead, they ended up with Luis González on the mound in the eighth inning. That was actually the most entertaining and productive thing they did all weekend. The Giants...
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Giants lose Brandon Belt amid another losing skid

The Giants have lost four straight games for the second time in May. They’re now 2-6 against the Padres and Dodgers combined. Not even Alex Wood, the stopper, could fend off a three-game sweep at home to San Diego. The team’s biggest life preserver has also fallen overboard, as...
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What Belt's latest knee injury means for Giants this week

SAN FRANCISCO -- When Gabe Kapler addressed reporters on Sunday morning, he had not yet seen Brandon Belt. Kapler knew Belt wouldn't be in his lineup for the finale against the San Diego Padres, but there wasn't too much concern. "He's day-to-day," Kapler said in the morning. "Nothing much to...
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Padres complete Giants sweep

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Manny Machado set a career high and matched a franchise record with four extra-base hits and the surging San Diego Padres completed a three-game sweep of the Giants, beating San Francisco 10-1 on Sunday.On a day when every San Diego starter had at least one hit and San Francisco used a position player to pitch, Machado's big afternoon included three doubles, a triple and two RBIs. The five-time All-Star was also intentionally walked. He's the eighth player in Padres history to have four extra-base hits in one game.Machado doubled off Alex Wood and scored on Myers'...
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David Peterson set to start Mets’ series-opener against Giants

DENVER — David Peterson has patiently awaited another shot with the Mets and will get the opportunity.  The left-hander, part of the Mets’ taxi squad for this road trip, will be recalled from Triple-A Syracuse to start against the Giants at Oracle Park on Monday.  Peterson last pitched for the Mets on May 3, when he allowed three earned runs on four hits over five innings against the Braves in a doubleheader. Overall, he has pitched to a 1.89 ERA in four appearances for the Mets this season.  The Mets have two rotation vacancies with Max Scherzer and Tylor Megill on the injured...
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Giants Fan Throws Beer Bottle At Padres Outfielder

SAN FRANCISCO—Fans at a San Francisco Giants game threw a beer bottle and at least one baseball towards San Diego Padres outfielder, Jurickson Profar, on Friday, May 20. During the bottom of the third inning Profar got into an exchange with fans. According to reports, he acted as if he was going to throw a ball into the stands and ended up throwing the ball onto the seats near the third base line. During that time someone threw a ball back onto the playing field. Fans booed during this period.
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Giants aim to break 4-game slide, play the Mets

LINE: Giants -146, Mets +124; over/under is 7 1/2 runs. BOTTOM LINE: The San Francisco Giants aim to stop a four-game slide when they take on the New York Mets. San Francisco is 22-18 overall and 11-10 at home. The Giants have a 12-6 record in games when they did not allow a home run.
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Padres player rips Giants fans after baseball-throwing incident

San Diego Padres outfielder Jurickson Profar had some major criticism for San Francisco Giants fans after an incident during Friday’s game. Profar was angry after two Giants fans threw baseballs on the field in his direction while he was warming up in left prior to the bottom of the third inning. Profar felt the fans were throwing the baseballs at him, and even pointed out the supposed offenders to umpire Ted Barrett.
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Padres outfielder calls Giants fans ‘worst in the league’

Friday night’s game between the Giants and Padres at Oracle Park got co-opted by a group of rowdy fans in the left field bleachers. Stoppages in the middle of the third inning and during the seventh happened when fans threw objects onto the field, directed at Padres outfielder Jurickson Profar.
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5/22 Gamethread: Giants vs. Padres

It’s time for some day baseball, and it’s time for the series finale between the San Francisco Giants and the San Diego Padres. The Giants are sending lefty Alex Wood to the mound. Wood currently has a 3.93 ERA and a 3.62 FIP, with 35 strikeouts to 10 walks in 34.1 innings. He’s been solid this season, but still looking to find that extra magic that we all know he has.
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