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Sound the Foghorn Ep. 22: SF Giants fall in opening series

SF Giants manager Gabe Kapler (19, left) takes the ball from relief pitcher Jarlin Garc’a (66) during an eighth inning pitching change against the Seattle Mariners at T-Mobile Park. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports
SF Giants manager Gabe Kapler (19, left) takes the ball from relief pitcher Jarlin Garc’a (66) during an eighth inning pitching change against the Seattle Mariners at T-Mobile Park. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports
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Donovan Solano #7 of the SF Giants fields the ball against the Colorado Rockies at Oracle Park on September 23, 2020. (Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images)

Sound the Foghorn is FanSided’s flagship SF Giants podcast hosted by Around the Foghorn co-site expert Marc Delucchi. As we shift to the regular season, the podcast will begin releasing two episodes a week, one on Wednesday and one on Sunday. One episode will feature a guest from around baseball to talk about Major League Baseball’s biggest news. Then, on the other episode, Marc will go solo and look deeper into the latest happenings around the Giants on the other episode.

The Giants dropped their first series of the season against the Seattle Mariners. Marc has some takeaways from manager Gabe Kapler’s lineups that could mean more playing time for Donovan Solano and Austin Slater. He also dives into his thoughts on the bullpen’s implosion in their heartbreaking 8-7 loss on Opening Day and why he does not blame Kapler. Still, he dives into two places where he wishes Kapler changed his approach to managing a bullpen and explains why they could help the team have more success.

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