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- 4 May, 2010
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The Giants had a great home-stand against some very “Built Ford Tough” (hope Ford send me a check for that plug) teams. It was a 6-3 record against the ST. Louis Cardinals, Philadelphia Phillies and Colorado Rockies. The Giants had a chance to sweep each team, but dropped the finale in each series.
Now it’s back on the road for the hot Giants. It’s a mystery to see which Giants team will make the trip. Will it be the hot team coming straight from San Francisco, or the cold team that went 1-5 on the Los Angeles/San Diego road trip. It’s like night and day…
Tim Lincecum gets the start tonight against the Florida Marlins. Let’s hope he can get this road trip started off on the right foot. Timmy has been taking a lot of heat for not being able to pitch in the heat. I’m not sure how hot it will be in Florida at game time, but I’m sure it will be very humid. Timmy has been labeled as a cold weather pitcher. Let’s hope he can show he’s dominate in any type of weather.
This is a two city stop for the Giants on this road trip. They will be in Florida for 3 games, and then New York for 3 more. The Giants need to prove to themselves and their fans that they can win on the road. The Giants have proven that they can hang with anyone at AT&T Park. Let’s just hope Bruce Bochy figures out a way to jump start this offense in other places than San Francisco.
Tonight’s Giants Lineup
CF Aaron Rowand AVG .300 – Home AVG .344 – Away AVG .222
LF Mark DeRosa AVG .214 – Home AVG .160 – Away AVG .350
3B Pablo Sandoval AVG .337 – Home AVG .361 – Away AVG .294
C Bengie Molina AVG .343 – Home AVG .439 – Away AVG .192
1B Aubrey Huff AVG .271 – Home AVG .271 – Away AVG .270
SS Juan Uribe AVG .292 – Home AVG .256 – Away AVG .333
RF Nate Schierholtz AVG .345 – Home AVG .351 – Away AVG .333
2B Matt Downs AVG .375 – Home AVG .333 – Away AVG 1.000
P Tim Lincecum
~King of Cali