Coors Field Woes Proceed, Giants Fall in Walk-off Fashion – NBC Bay Area (weblog)


DENVER — The Rockies are in a funk proper now, one which has them in hazard of giving up a wild card spot that has appeared a lock all season lengthy. Enter the Giants.

A misplay in the outfield opened the door for the Rockies to get a four-three stroll-off win. Charlie Blackmon kicked off the ninth with a excessive pop-as much as left middle. The outfielders have been enjoying on the monitor, and Mac Williamson dropped the ball as he made a diving try. Two walks — one a sensible intentional go for Nolan Arenado — loaded the bases and a stroll of Carlos Gonzalez ended the sport.

The Giants have misplaced 9 straight video games at Coors Field, the final two through a stroll-off. They haven’t received right here since Sept. 6 of final season. That’s no method to undergo life. Anyway, listed here are 5 issues to know …

—- Joe Panik hit one off the second deck going through in the primary and Denard Span hit the very same shot two innings later. Each gamers reached double-digit homers, giving the Giants 5 gamers with ten or extra. Panik wants yet another to set a brand new profession-excessive.

—- Span and Panik, hitting first and second, mixed for six hits. The remainder of the Giants mixed for one.

—- Pablo Sandoval went zero-for-four. He's hitless in his final 33 at-bats. That's the longest streak by a Large since Johnnie LeMaster made 37 consecutive outs in 1984.

—- Chris Stratton was charged with three runs on eight hits in simply 4 innings, however he really did an honest job whereas beginning at Coors for the primary time. Stratton obtained Gerardo Parra to floor out with the bases loaded in the fourth, maintaining the Giants in the sport.

—- Blackmon took Stratton deep for his 33rd — significantly, 33rd — homer. Blackmon is on tempo to attain 143 runs. He’s the MVP candidate no person talks about.

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Coors Field Woes Proceed, Giants Fall in Walk-off Fashion - NBC Bay Area (weblog)