The Giants’ two games against the Yankees and Astros have been a mixed bag.
It’s been a lot of fun to watch and, in this case, the Giants’ pitching is actually pretty good.
However, the bullpen is still not good.
The bullpen has been awful, and it is hard to imagine the Giants making any sort of adjustment to that in the near future.
The Giants have been playing two 2-man games at Yankee Stadium in two different venues.
One was at Citi Field, and the other was at Yankee World, where the Giants play.
Both games were played at Yankee.
Here is what the Giants did today.
Yankee Stadium: 1.3 IP, 1 ER, 2 Hits, 1 BB, 2 Ks, 1 HR, 1 SB, 1 HoldsThe Giants were in a position to win both games.
They had a lead in the bottom of the eighth inning and the Giants were leading 4-3 with two outs.
The Yankees were pitching a pair of hitters, Matt Harvey and Jose Altuve, and both hitters were struggling to hit.
The Giants could not hit and Altuve’s struggles were only compounded when he was on the DL.
The next inning, Harvey struck out a pair in the fifth to give the Yankees a 4-2 lead.
But the Giants went down 2-0 in the seventh with Harvey leading off with a groundout and a sacrifice fly to center field.
The inning was not much better for the Yankees.
Harvey went 0-for-4 with a strikeout and three walks.
Harvey also struck out the next batter he faced.
The Braves’ Matt Wisler was on second base for his first career hit.
St. Louis: 1 IP, 3 ER, 0 Hits, 0 BB, 1 KsThe Cardinals were playing their third game at Busch Stadium.
It was their first game against the Braves and the Cardinals’ offense had not really lived up to their expectations.
The Cardinals had two singles and a run scored, and two walks.
It seemed like they were going to get a lead, but the Braves did not.
Instead, they had two hits and three runs scored.
The first hit was a sacrifice bunt by David Dahl.
The second hit was an infield single by Matt Carpenter.
Dahl had two strikeouts.
The third hit was the first walk of the game.
The Tigers had two runs scored, but they did not have much to go on.
They were 2-for, one hit, and three strikeouts.
Busch Stadium: 2.1 IP, 0 ER, 3 Hits, 2 BB, 3 KsThis game is a good example of what happens when you play two 2 player games.
The Dodgers had a 3-0 lead in their second game, and they had to win this one to get back into the series.
The Dodgers had the lead in both games and were pitching the best of their lives.
The best of the best.
But as the game went on, the Dodgers looked like they could not get their offense going.
They walked a batter in the third inning, and then they gave up two runs in the sixth inning.
In the sixth, the Cardinals went to their best hitter, Nolan Arenado.
Arenado hit a solo homer, giving them a 6-4 lead.
Arenados line drove in the winning run with a two-run homer in the eighth.
Bucs at Padres: 2 IP, 2 ER, 1 Hit, 1 RBI, 1 Run, 1 H, 1 R, 1 LOBThe Padres had to go out and take a loss.
But they did it.
The Padres were playing the Dodgers in their home ballpark and they were doing everything they could to get out of this.
The two best hitters in baseball, Brandon Phillips and Carlos Quentin, combined for six hits.
Phillips went 2-3 and Quentin went 2 of 3.
Phillips hit a home run and Quentin drove in two runs.
The only problem with that is that they combined for four hits.
They combined for eight strikeouts and eight walks.
The last inning was pretty ugly.
The team was outhit 6-1.
The home run by Phillips came on a single by Jason Heyward.
The walk by Quentin came in the top of the ninth.
Phillips was on third base for the home run.
Quentin went 0 of 3 with no walks.
St. Lucie: 2-2, 3.75 IP, 5 ER, 4 Hits, 3 BB, 4 KsSt.
Lucias is a small island in the middle of Florida, a small fishing village.
The people there have been coming here for centuries.
It is a fairly small fishing town.
The island has a population of about 100.
The population is about 5,000.
The locals are good at everything.
It has a great baseball team.
However the islanders have been losing and there is no hope of finding a