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San Francisco Giants Get Swept in Colorado For First Time Since 2002

The San Francisco Giants have the worst record in the National League after being swept by the Colorado Rockies 8-0. Jeff Samardzija allowed seven runs in six and a third innings as the San Francisco Giants starting pitchers struggled throughout the series. Both Johnny Cueto and Matt Moore gave up crooked innings as well at Coors Field. […] San Francisco Giants Get Swept in Colorado For First Time Since 2002 - Around the Foghorn - Around the Foghorn - A San Francisco Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Purple Row Apr 22, 2017
Colorado Rockies having fun while the San Francisco Giants are not

Colorado Rockies having fun while the San Francisco Giants are not

The Rockies are off to a hot start and the Giants are having a miserable time of things. Giants lose, everyone loses, nobody wins, everything is ash in your mouth, everyone loses, everyone dies, also the Giants lost | McCovey Chronicles On a night where the Rockies beat the Giants 6-5 and stayed atop the National League West, Madison Bumgarner hit the disabled list and Johnny Cueto gave up six runs. It was just the latest in what has been a bad start for the last place Giants, who now have a 1-4 record against the Rockies this year. Grant Brisbee captures the mood on the other side of...
BSN Denver Apr 22, 2017

INSTANT REACTION: Johnny on the mound, Colorado rocks Cueto

The Colorado Rockies took another one from the San Francisco Giants, beating them 6-5 scoring all six in the fourth inning.
Sacramento Bee Apr 21, 2017

Story, Blackmon power Rockies to 6-5 win over Giants

Trevor Story hit his first career grand slam and Charlie Blackmon lined an inside-the-park homer as part of a six-run fourth inning, helping the Colorado Rockies beat Johnny Cueto and …
The Cove | NBC BayArea Apr 21, 2017
Giants' Offense Comes Alive, But Cueto Allows Six to Rockies

Giants' Offense Comes Alive, But Cueto Allows Six to Rockies

A day after the Giants lost their left-handed ace, their right-handed ace took his first loss of the season.Photo Credit:
Washington Times Apr 21, 2017

Story, Blackmon power Rockies to 6-5 win over Giants

DENVER (AP) - Trevor Story hit his first career grand slam and Charlie Blackmon lined an inside-the-park homer as part of a six-run fourth inning, helping the Colorado Rockies beat Johnny Cueto and the San Francisco Giants 6-5 on a rainy Friday night. It's the first time an NL team ...
San Jose Mercury News Apr 21, 2017
Giants slip up again, face uncertain future after 6-5 loss to Rockies

Giants slip up again, face uncertain future after 6-5 loss to Rockies

After Johnny Cueto allowed the first grand slam of his career, the Giants are 6-11 and in last place in the NL West -- and now they must try to contend without Madison Bumgarner.
CSN Bay Area Apr 21, 2017

Instant Replay: Giants' offense come alive, but Cueto allows six to Rockies

The Giants' bats came ready to hit in Colorado, but Johnny Cueto stumbled in a rainy loss to the Rockies Friday night at Coors Field...
MLB Daily Dish Apr 19, 2017
MLB trade rumors and news for April 19th, 2017

MLB trade rumors and news for April 19th, 2017

Jump start your day off right with all the trade rumors and news floating around the MLB. The MLB Daily Dish is a daily feature we're running here at MLBDD and rounds up roster-impacting news, rumors, and analysis. Have feedback or have something that should be shared? Hit us at @mlbdailydish on Twitter or @MLBDailyDish on Instagram. Good morning baseball fans! Here is a look at what’s going on around the American League Central. J.A. Happ has been diagnosed with elbow inflammation. The Orioles have placed Zach Britton on the disabled list. Johnny Cueto would like to finish his...
MLB Daily Dish Apr 17, 2017
Giants rumors: Johnny Cueto wants to end career in American League

Giants rumors: Johnny Cueto wants to end career in American League

The right-hander made the candid statement to the San Francisco Chronicle over the weekend. If the Giants’ rough 5-9 start wasn’t enough to worry fans, the potential departure of a key contributor might just do it. Starter Johnny Cueto told the San Francisco Chronicle over the weekend that he wants to end his career in the American League, despite only spending three months of his 10-year major-league career in the AL thus far. “I sometimes feel the American League is stronger than the National League,” Cueto said. “It doesn’t matter where I play. It’s baseball. But I would...
Mile High Sports Apr 15, 2017

HIGHLIGHTS: Cueto cruises as Rockies fall to Giants, 8-2

Cueto scattered six hits over seven innings on Friday night to help lead the Giants to an 8-2 victory over the Colorado Rockies. The post HIGHLIGHTS: Cueto cruises as Rockies fall to Giants, 8-2 appeared first on Mile High Sports.
Washington Times Apr 15, 2017

Cueto pitches 7 innings as Giants beat Rockies 8-2

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Johnny Cueto pitched seven effective innings, Brandon Crawford and Chris Marrero homered, and the San Francisco Giants beat the Colorado Rockies 8-2 on Friday night. Cueto (3-0) allowed two runs and six hits while winning his straight start to begin the season. The right-hander struck out ...
The Cove | NBC BayArea Apr 15, 2017
Giants Score Four in Seventh, Cueto Earns Third Win

Giants Score Four in Seventh, Cueto Earns Third Win

The first week of the season was filled with blown leads. The second week has included a pair of failed comeback attempts.Photo Credit:
Around the Foghorn Apr 15, 2017

San Francisco Giants bats come alive in 8-2 win against Rockies

After another offensive meltdown last night, the San Francisco Giants bats finally woke up as they beat the Rockies. Behind a great start from Johnny Cueto and some key hits, Giants look to gain momentum in the series this weekend. This game had plenty of pitching, hitting and most importantly, balks? The scoring got started […] San Francisco Giants bats come alive in 8-2 win against Rockies - Around the Foghorn - Around the Foghorn - A San Francisco Giants Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

Giants beat Rockies: Marrero, Crawford hit homers

In home games, the Giants traditionally expect good pitching and good defense. Friday night, Chris Marrero hit his first career homer and Brandon Crawford also homered to ignite an 8-2 victory over the Rockies that left pitcher Johnny Cueto with a 3-0 record. The Giants went homerless in their first two games at AT&T Park and had 134 homerless at-bats at home before Marrero came to the plate in the second inning and easily cleared the left-field wall. Marrero made the team out of spring training as a platoon left fielder because of his power, having homered eight times in Arizona, but was...

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