SF Giants Rumors: Winning Ways At Home, Pagan Hit Streak, 2-3-4 Hitters

 

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The San Francisco Giants won the 3-game series with the Padres, and have won all 3 of their home series so far at AT&T Park. They look to keep things rolling as Ozzie Guillen and the new look Marlins come to town (Tuesday).
 
Hit Streak

Everyone has heard that Pablo Sandoval‘s hitting streak came to an end, but that wasn’t the only hitting streak that was in jeopardy for the Giants.

Outfielder Angel Pagan has a 14 game hit streak going and that’s now the longest current hit streak in the National League. Pagan started off the season very cold with the bat, so now that he’s been hitting on a consistent basis, his average (.250) has been picking back up.

2-3-4 in April

It was a very nice April for the G-men’s 2-3-4 hitters in the lineup. They’re a big factor in the Giants ability to score more runs this year.

Melky Cabrera (.300 AVG)

Pablo Sandoval (.311 AVG)

Buster Posey (.353 AVG)

What’s your thoughts on the Giants thus far?

~King of Cali (Steven)

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2 Comments

  • Kit Anderton says:

    The Giants are fun this year. Younger, faster, better hitting, still the team that keeps us holding our breath. If Timmy comes around and the fielding tightens up, we’ll be in it at the end.

  • David says:

    I second Kit’s hopefulness. If Barry Zito continues to outperform expectations, then the G’s might even contend for the West.