Then Sam Dyson, whom the Texas Rangers dumped just a few weeks into the season, continued to establish himself as a significant bullpen asset when he pitched around a home run to Stephen Vogt while recording his 12th save in 13 chances.
Parker provided the lead with the Giants’ fifth Double of the game, and it bothered nobody in home whites that it was the softest contact of them all: 61.6 mph off the bat, according to Statcast – the second lowest by a Giant on an extra-base hit all season.
The hit broke open a game that had become an unanticipated pitching matchup between Moore, who entered with a 5.54 ERA, and right-hander Matt Garza, who had allowed eight home runs over his previous three starts.
The Giants added a run in the eighth when Crawford and Sandoval hit consecutive singles and a wild pitch set up Carlos Moncrief’s sacrifice fly.
Johnny Cueto and Joe Panik will play for Triple-A Sacramento as they restart their rehab process, but will Austin Slater have time for a tuneup before the minor league season ends?
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