The Giants tweaked their active Major League roster Wednesday with a flurry of moves. As expected, shortstop Brandon Crawford went on the Bereavement List to attend funeral services for his sister-in-law, Jennifer Pippen. Infielder Kelby Tomlinson was recalled from Triple-A Sacramento to add depth.
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With Julio Urias up from the Minor Leagues to start on Thursday, Wednesday night's start for Alex Wood against the Giants and Johnny Cueto could be his last for a while with a return to a long relief role possible.
Creating another episode in what could develop into a long-running series, Los Angeles' Clayton Kershaw and San Francisco's Ty Blach combined to forge their second compelling matchup in as many meetings Tuesday as the Dodgers outlasted the Giants, 2-1.
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Given the Giants' shortage of able-bodied position players, they might be fortunate that the 2-1 setback they were dealt Tuesday by the Los Angeles Dodgers did not extend into extra innings. With their luck, they just might have run out of players.
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Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Tuesday that left-hander Madison Bumgarner will not require surgery on his sprained left shoulder and could begin light workouts in four to five days, but that won't accelerate the timetable of the ace pitcher's recovery -- mainly because no timetable exists yet.
Expect drama when the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers tangle. The longtime rivals engaged in another compelling confrontation Monday night, as the Giants limited Los Angeles to four hits and withstood late Dodgers rallies to prevail, 2-1.
The Dodgers have been having enough trouble at home plate lately and on Monday night they didn't know what to do around second base either. In a 2-1 loss to the Giants, the Dodgers had the potential tying run thrown out at second in the eighth and ninth innings, both times by Giants franchise catcher Buster Posey.
Giants right-hander Matt Cain suddenly was removed from Monday night's game in the middle of a masterly performance against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The Giants called up Christian Arroyo, their No. 2-ranked prospect, from Triple-A Sacramento.
Admitting that riding a motorized dirt bike was "definitely not the most responsible decision I've made," Giants left-hander Madison Bumgarner vowed to remain "as positive as I can be" when he launches his comeback from spraining the AC joint in his pitching shoulder and sustaining bruised ribs.
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Arroyo has produced everywhere he has gone since turning pro. He has been one of the hottest hitters in the Minor Leagues to begin 2017, and with San Francisco off to the worst start in the National League, it summoned him on Monday in hopes he can help spark a moribund offense.
While the Giants were taking batting practice at AT&T Park on Monday, there was black and orange everywhere with one spot of Dodger Blue: Sergio Romo, hanging with his old pals.
The Giants' season has begun more dreadfully than even the harshest critic might have predicted. San Francisco's woes continued Sunday with an 8-0 loss to the Colorado Rockies that followed a familiar theme: A near-total lack of offense accompanied by flimsy starting pitching.
The Colorado Rockies rewrote club history Sunday while adding another chapter to a season brimming with potential by defeating the San Francisco Giants, 8-0.
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For Rockies rookie right-hander Antonio Senzatela, facing the Giants spurs growth. On Saturday night -- for the second time in a week -- Senzatela threw seven stellar innings while shutting down the Giants, this time in a 12-3 victory at Coors Field.
The Giants' outfield woes continued Saturday night as center fielder Denard Span sustained a mild right shoulder sprain while colliding with the wall during San Francisco's 12-3 loss to Colorado.
Giants right-hander Chris Stratton, recalled from Triple-A Sacramento after Madison Bumgarner's dirt-bike mishap, pitched three hitless innings in Saturday's 12-3 loss to the Rockies after starter Matt Moore put the Giants in a 6-3 hole.
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The list of hitters who love performing at Coors Field is a long one, and Brandon Belt is near the top of the list. The Giants first baseman has hit 10 career home runs at Coors Field, including a drive during Friday night's series opener that traveled a projected 456 feet, according to Statcast.
The Colorado Rockies packed their offense into Friday night's fourth inning, as Trevor Story's grand slam preceded Charlie Blackmon's two-run, inside-the-park homer in a 6-5 victory over the San Francisco Giants.
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Those seeking good news from the Giants must dwell upon a largely ignored but still significant aspect of Friday's 6-5 loss to the Colorado Rockies. The Giants mustered some decent offense against Rockies starter Tyler Chatwood, amassing four runs and seven hits in six innings off the right-hander.
Despite the sobering news about Madison Bumgarner's trip to the disabled list, Bruce Bochy felt relieved to resume his managerial duties Friday.
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Royals left-hander Jason Vargas continued his dominant start to 2017, tossing seven shutout innings to pick up his third straight victory in a 2-0 triumph over the Giants on Wednesday night at Kauffman Stadium.
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