Giants Beat Padres 4-3 In 10 innings, 13th Win In 14 GamesBrandon Crawford's alert baserunning in the second inning gave the Giants an early lift. His long single in the 10th capped another walkoff win.
Crawford, Samardzija Lead Giants Past Padres Again, 8-2Brandon Crawford drove in four runs and Jarrett Parker homered to lead Jeff Samardzija and the streaking San Francisco Giants past the San Diego Padres 8-2 on Tuesday night.
Pence's Bloop Double In 9th Lifts Giants Past Padres 1-0Belt led off the ninth with a single against Brad Hand (1-1). Brandon Crawford and Gregor Blanco both struck out swinging before Pence lofted a shallow fly on a 1-1 pitch.
Cueto, Pence Lead Giants Past Padres 2-1Johnny Cueto threw a four-hitter and Hunter Pence hit a two-run homer, leading the San Francisco Giants to their seventh straight win with a 2-1 victory over the San Diego Padres on Wednesday night.
Bumgarner's Complete Game, Crawford's 5 RBIs Carry GiantsMadison Bumgarner threw a five-hitter and struck out 11 for his first complete game this season and Brandon Crawford homered and drove in all five runs.
Giants' Cueto Goes The Distance In 1-0 Win Over PadresWith Madison Bumgarner still working out the kinks in his delivery, Johnny Cueto has emerged as the Giants de facto ace through the first month of the season.
Bumgarner Wins For First Time In Four Starts Since OpenerBumgarner (2-2) struck out nine in 6 2-3 innings to snap a two-start skid with his first victory in four starts since April 4 at Milwaukee.
30 Players: Colin Rea Looks To Make Most Of Padres’ Rotation SpotThe Padres took a step back last year, but getting a breakout season from Rea could help them be a surprise team this year.
Heston Strikes Out 4 In 4 Scoreless Innings For Giants Chris Heston stepped in when Madison Bumgarner was scratched and pitched four scoreless innings to help the San Francisco Giants beat the San Diego Padres 8-1 on Sunday.
California To Big-League Ballplayers: Stop Chewing Tobacco California lawmakers have taken the first step toward accomplishing something Major League Baseball could never do: Stop players from stuffing those big wads of chewing tobacco into their mouths during games. With Gov. Jerry Brown signing a bill earlier this week banning the use of smokeless tobacco in all California ballparks, a practice dating to the days of Babe Ruth and Ty Cobb now seems headed toward the sport's endangered species list.
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