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Giants lineup: Torres to start against southpaw Duke
Andres Torres owns a .224 batting average this season, but Bruce Bochy is still giving the veteran outfielder the majority of the starts in left against left-handed starting pitchers.
Giants lineup: Posey, Scutaro get day of rest
The Giants attempt to salvage a 2-4 road trip today in Colorado, and will do so without the services of Marco Scutaro or Buster Posey.
Bochy candid when discussing ruinous rotation
A quarter of the way through the season, the Giants ' rotation, the assumed backbone of the franchise, is ranked 13th out of 15 NL clubs with a 4.81 ERA.
Extra Baggs: One alternative name starting to emerge for Giants' rotation, etc.
The Giants pitching staff had a difficult road trip posting a 9.83 ERA, but help may be on the way from Fresno.
Extra Baggs: A hitting coach who doesn't attend hitter's meetings
The Giants ' hitting coach hasn't attended a pregame hitter's meeting since the opening series last year at Arizona – when the team got smoked for three consecutive losses.
Posey: 'I'm partly responsible' for rotation's struggles
The Giants rotation has a 10.27 ERA on the five-game road trip, but the Giants MVP catcher says the blame is not the starters' alone.
Giants lineup: After day off, Belt back in six spot
Giants GM Brian Sabean recently said Brandon Belt should be the team's bona fide six hitter. The lefty is hitting in that spot tonight.
Giants notes: Bochy calls team meeting, Pill sent back to Fresno, etc.
The Giants aren't getting the desired innings from the starting rotation. As a result, Brett Pill is heading down and Bruce Bochy is changing his strategy.
Giants notes: Scutaro doesn't care about stats
Why did Marco Scutaro take a walk in the eighth inning Wednesday in Toronto when he had a hitting streak on the line? It's simple.
Extra Baggs: Giants generate more two-strike synergy, etc.
Brandon Belt credited synergy for the Giants ' comeback win. But if you look close enough, you'll see these consistent wins are made mostly of two-out, two-strike hits.