After taking 3 out of 4 from the Central division leading St. Louis Cardinals and regaining sole possession of first place in the NL West. The Giants came home last night and took care of business against the Colorado Rockies.
For some reason, the Giants can't score until after their opponents do. But as long as they keep winning I guess that it's OK. I no longer get too upset over the other team scoring first as it seems that the Giants' offense doesn't realize that there is a baseball game going on until that happens.
The lineup that Bochy put out there last night may just be the best offense that the Giants have. At least until Pablo Sandoval returns. The outfield of Ross, Torres, and Schierholtz are easily the best offensive and defensive options that the Giants have in the outfield. Oh and that guy Schierholtz only had one hit, but it came during the three run fourth inning and he eventually scored. Just sayin...
As for the infield, Burriss definitely earned another start with his 3 hit performance and Crawford was right in the mix as well. I hope this is the beginning of the end of Miguel Tejada's time in a Giants uniform. I loved the guy in Oakland (hell I even have his rookie card), but as Bob Costas said during Thursday night's game on MLB network, Tejada "is a shadow of his former self." Also, according to Carl Steward, I'm not the only one who feels Miggy might be done.
Cain didn't have his best stuff, he did walk four guys, but he made up for it by striking out 7 and holding the Rockies to just one run. Cain has always been a good pitcher. He has never been a dominating pitcher. He has just always found ways to win games. I know his last few starts has caused some concern, but he really has always had hiccups like these along the way.
Tomorrow's forecast calls for rain. That's a bummer. Hopefully they can squeeze the game in but we will see.