San Francisco Giants
The Miami Marlins are heading home from their longest trip of the year. While it was a tough one out West there were some of positives.
As the Miami Marlins look to continue their road success in San Francisco, Jacob Turner will try again to record his first career victory away from home.
Pat Shine joined the Miami Marlins to be their go-to guy for evaluating and monitoring replay scenarios. On Saturday night, Shine left AT&T Park with a souvenir game ball for his heads-up performance behind the scenes in a 5-0 victory over the San Francisco Giants.
The offense has made up for poor starting pitching during some of the San Francisco Giants’ recent surge and did just enough to get back in the game Friday night.
The San Francisco Giants are unbeaten at home when Tim Hudson takes the mound, and an injury will prevent that from changing.
Miami Marlins manager Mike Redmond likes what instant replay has done for baseball so far. He would just like to see it expanded a bit more.
Though the San Francisco Giants have played well at home during their current run of success, they’ve struggled there against the Miami Marlins of late.
The Giants’ Madison Bumgarner, entering his sixth season, is beginning to show mastery of his pitches.
Jeff Mathis hit an early home run, then lined a tiebreaking double in the eighth inning that bounced off Giants center fielder Andres Torres and sent the Miami Marlins over San Francisco Giants 6-5 Sunday.
Inclement weather forced Madison Bumgarner to exit his last outing. The Miami Marlins can claim responsibility each time they’ve faced him.