SJ Giants at Ports, Divisional Series Game 4

Tommy Joseph (right) chats with Gary Brown during batting practice.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Tommy Joseph (right) chats with Gary Brown during batting practice.
Gary Brown gets ready to take a few swings.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Gary Brown gets ready to take a few swings.
Nick Liles makes the catch of the day, leaping to snag a batting practice home run ball.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Nick Liles makes the catch of the day, leaping to snag a batting practice home run ball.
Juan Ciriaco (#7), Alex Burg (#55) and Luke Anders (#29) watch as Ryan Cavan (#9) takes a swing.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Juan Ciriaco (#7), Alex Burg (#55) and Luke Anders (#29) watch as Ryan Cavan (#9) takes a swing.
Tommy Joseph (left) and a Giants coach relax in the stands, chatting with Addison Proszek (standing) before the game.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Tommy Joseph (left) and a Giants coach relax in the stands, chatting with Addison Proszek (standing) before the game.
Gary Brown has some fun with a fan while stretching.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Gary Brown has some fun with a fan while stretching.
Tommy Joseph looks on as his teammates loosen up.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Tommy Joseph looks on as his teammates loosen up.
Gary Brown signs autographs before the game.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Gary Brown signs autographs before the game.
Ryan Cavan takes some practice swings while on deck in the 2nd inning.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Ryan Cavan takes some practice swings while on deck in the 2nd inning.
Ports starter Dan Straily retired the first seven batters of the game.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Ports starter Dan Straily retired the first seven batters of the game.
Tommy Joseph gets set behind the plate.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Tommy Joseph gets set behind the plate.
Giants starter Andy Reichard retired the first six batters under the lights in Stockton.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Giants starter Andy Reichard retired the first six batters under the lights in Stockton.
Rashun Dixon (#23) congratulates Dusty Coleman (#12) on his 3rd inning homer.  It was the first hit of the game.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Rashun Dixon (#23) congratulates Dusty Coleman (#12) on his 3rd inning homer. It was the first hit of the game.
Short on chairs in the visitors’ bullpen, the Giants make due with water bottles.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Short on chairs in the visitors’ bullpen, the Giants make due with water bottles.
The Ports’ bullpen has chairs to spare.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 The Ports’ bullpen has chairs to spare.
A Brandon Belt fan watches as Gary Brown smashes a double in the 5th.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 A Brandon Belt fan watches as Gary Brown smashes a double in the 5th.
Giants manager Andy Skeels (#15) waves in Gary Brown (#14) as Ehire Adrianza’s double ties the game 1-1 in the 5th.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Giants manager Andy Skeels (#15) waves in Gary Brown (#14) as Ehire Adrianza’s double ties the game 1-1 in the 5th.
Jarrett Parker rounds first on a trip around the bases in the 6th.  His homer hit off the left-field foul pole.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Jarrett Parker rounds first on a trip around the bases in the 6th. His homer hit off the left-field foul pole.
Jarrett Parker is greeted by his teammates after his 6th inning solo shot puts the Giants ahead 2-1.  It was his fourth homer of the postseason.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Jarrett Parker is greeted by his teammates after his 6th inning solo shot puts the Giants ahead 2-1. It was his fourth homer of the postseason.
Gary Brown and Jarrett Parker watch as Alex Burg bats in the 6th.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Gary Brown and Jarrett Parker watch as Alex Burg bats in the 6th.
Giants manager Andy Skeels comes out to argue a close call at second base in the 7th inning.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Giants manager Andy Skeels comes out to argue a close call at second base in the 7th inning.
Andy Skeels watches from the dugout as his team gets into a bases-loaded, no-outs jam in the 7th.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Andy Skeels watches from the dugout as his team gets into a bases-loaded, no-outs jam in the 7th.
Giants reliever Edwin Quirarte gets Dusty Coleman to strike out with the bases loaded in the 7th.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Giants reliever Edwin Quirarte gets Dusty Coleman to strike out with the bases loaded in the 7th.
Tommy Joseph composes himself after a wild pitch brings in a run.  The Ports lead to 4-2 in the 7th inning.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Tommy Joseph composes himself after a wild pitch brings in a run. The Ports lead to 4-2 in the 7th inning.
Michael Gilmartin is out by a mile as Tommy Joseph applies the tag in the 7th.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Michael Gilmartin is out by a mile as Tommy Joseph applies the tag in the 7th.
Gary Brown (right) and Luke Anders cheer on their teammates in the 8th.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Gary Brown (right) and Luke Anders cheer on their teammates in the 8th.
Fans cheer Ports reliever Anthony Huttenlocker (#21) after he strikes out the side in the 8th.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Fans cheer Ports reliever Anthony Huttenlocker (#21) after he strikes out the side in the 8th.
Ports slugger Michael Choice flies out to center in the 8th.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Ports slugger Michael Choice flies out to center in the 8th.
Carter Jurica prepares for his at-bat in the 9th.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Carter Jurica prepares for his at-bat in the 9th.
The Giants are down to their last two outs.  They need two runs or their season is over.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 The Giants are down to their last two outs. They need two runs or their season is over.
Ryan Lipkin leaps into Jose Guzman’s arms after Carter Jurica flies out to end the game.  Guzman pitched a perfect 9th for the save.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 Ryan Lipkin leaps into Jose Guzman’s arms after Carter Jurica flies out to end the game. Guzman pitched a perfect 9th for the save.
The Stockton Ports celebrate on the field as they take the North Division series.  They will face Lake Elsinore in the Cal League Championship Series.
Giants at Ports, Game 4 The Stockton Ports celebrate on the field as they take the North Division series. They will face Lake Elsinore in the Cal League Championship Series.

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