SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – That’s too much for Kurt Casali to give Buster Posey a much-needed break from the plate, and the Giants can not lose a record.
Casali scored his fifth consecutive closing goal in San Francisco’s 3-0 win over the Miami Marlins on Thursday night. Leading Aaron Sanchez with 0 points and four facilitators.
“Five in a row, it’s very sweet,” said a smiling Casali.
Designed for Leisure Posey, Casali is the fifth stop at least since 1900 after five straight starts. He joins Francisco Serveli (2015), Chris Hoyles (1995), Alan Ashby (1986) and Ed Phelps (six straight in 1903), according to Elias Sports. Casali was the first to do so with five different starting jars.
The 32-year-old said the amount of pride he admits for the feat was “more than I can describe.”
“Fishermen are like an offensive line in baseball,” said Casali, a former defender who has long been amazed at O-linemen. “I և Buster really worked hard behind the scenes. Feels like I’m finally on the front lines. I’m pretty proud. “Obviously I’m not the one throwing the pitch.”
In the first, the “Giants” used capital with two results in the game against left-hander Daniel Castano (0: 1), when Darin Ruf hit the double of RBI, and “Casali” came back with a two-point single.
Sanchez (1-1) made two hits, two hits and five hits in five impressive rounds for his first win against the Giants, although he is not feeling physically fit after shoulder surgery in September 2019.
He was glad that Casali supported his work.
“Kurt just understood, man, I feel like he’s always just one step ahead of the game plan,” Sanchez said.
Ake ike McGee, who is loved by Sanchez, is a new member of the San Francisco Stadium this season, he completed the two-hit closing in 2 hours and 26 minutes with his seventh save.
Giants 6: They play with a score of 1 after losses, having missed tournaments only once this season. They lost the series finale to Files on Wednesday before returning home.
Castano allowed three runs և five hits in five seasons for short-lived Miami after leaving the crossroads after a home game against Baltimore on Wednesday.
“We had a chance to get back in the game, we could not achieve anything,” said Marlins manager Don Matlingley.
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Mattingly likens playing in San Francisco to the vibration of East Coast ballparks with fan power, which he failed to do last year.
“It’s a really good atmosphere here,” Mattingley said. “Their fan base is energetic and energetic. It’s a fun place to play. “It’s closer to the East Coast than any West Coast city we play in, so San Francisco has always been a fun place for me to come.”
Marlins. 3B Brian Anderson was left out of the list of 10-day injured with a tense left tilt to give him a break to fully recover. B 1B-OF Garrett Cooper (groin) sat down again. Mattley said he was likely to return on Friday. … RHP Jorge Guzman (corner) regressed during recovery. H RHP Elieser Hernandez (biceps) jumps 90 feet, and RHP Sixto Sanchez, who was delayed this spring, jumps 60 feet in Jupiter, Florida.
Giants. 3B Evan Longoria came out with a strong left cap և will be evaluated later on Friday, said manager Gabe Kopler. B 1B Brandon belt MRI on the right painful quadrant և played the second game in a row. … S.S. Brandon Crawford managed to hit despite hitting hard on the top of his right rib, which forced him to exit the final of the series in Philadelphia on Wednesday. F INF Donovan Solano was placed on the 10-day injured list with a right ankle, which was revealed by MRI examination. H RHP Gregory Santos was invited from the club’s Sacramento’s alternative training site և inevitably scored in his league debut, scoring 2 points.
RHP Sandy Alcantara (0-1, 3.28 ERA) will face Marlins on Friday night against Giants LHP Alex Wood (1-0, 0.00), who beat Miami last week on its first walk since March 16. had undergone ablation in its lower part. ,
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