This week’s series at AT&T Park featured the Pittsburgh Pirates, trying to make a run at the N.L. Central division lead, and the San Francisco Giants, housing one of the worst records in the league. But for the fifth time in six games, the Giants beat the Pirates this afternoon, 2-1.
Trevor Williams was solid today for Pittsburgh, giving up one run on five hits in six innings of work, while his mound opponent, Jeff Samardzija, gave up one run on four hits in seven innings. Tony Watson suffered the loss today (5-3), giving up a run and two hits in the seventh inning.
San Francisco scored the game’s first run in the first inning on an RBI ground out by Brandon Crawford, allowing Joe Panik to score.
Adam Frazier’s double in the second scored John Jaso to tie the game...Read More