SJ Giants Win 13 Of Last 15 Games
I needed to see some baseball today.
It seems like the SF Giants are always gone on three day holiday weekends and frankly at this time of the year, I would rather see our Baby Giants dominate than watch our Papa Giants lose. It’s promising to see these players in the farm system doing so well. In a few years, they’ll be up in the majors, just another face on the wall at Municipal Stadium.
The San Jose Giants are 82-56 this season and are sitting in first place above four other teams. The San Francisco Giants are sitting in last place 60-75 below the four other teams. I would argue that it’s much more interesting seeing the SJ Giants these days.
The SJ Giants won 13 of their last 15 games and secured a 5-3 victory over the Inland Empire 66ers (Angels A team). It was Italian heritage night and pretty fun. Here’s a short photo recap:
Ricky Oropesa (1B, .307 BA) asking for his Italian cap on Saturday night:
Photo by Denise Walos on August 31, 2013
Jason Forjet‘s form vaguely resembles Juan Marichal.
Photo by Denise Walos on 8/31/20
Mac Williams (RF, .295 BA) was amazing tonight. He’s been an incredible offensive threat for the SJ Giants all season.
Miles Schroeder sliding into third base on a triple in the bottom of the fifth inning.
Photo by Denise Walos on 8/31/2013
Matt Duffy (SS, .293 BA) ready to steal third base in the bottom of the fifth inning.
photo by Denise Walos on 8/31/2013
For stat lovers and pure facts, here is some info from the SJ Giants site:
"Myles Schroder (2-for-4, 3B, HR, 2 RBI) tripled and hit a two-run home run to lead the Giants offensive attack. Ryan Cavan (2-for-3) added two hits for San Jose while Matt Duffy (1-for-3, 2B, 2 RBI) drove home a pair of runs.WP: Luis Rojas“>Rojas, L (7-5, 4.81) ; L: Jairo Diaz“>Diaz, Ja (0-2, 8.87) ; SV: Jose Casilla“>Casilla, J (5)HR SJ: Schroder (6)"