We hope you’re enjoying the Giants recent resurgence as much as we are. The team is now in first place in its division and has extended its shutout streak.
“Nothing lasts forever. It only seems as if the Giants’ pitchers’ streak of nothing has lasted forever,” as the S.F. Chronicle is reporting. “Actually, make it 36 scoreless innings and four consecutive shutouts after Madison Bumgarner one-hit Cincinnati in the Giants’ 5-0 waltz at AT&T Park on Thursday night, which put the Giants in sole possession of first place for the first time in 2012. In the 130 seasons of Giants baseball, this is the first time they have thrown four shutouts in a row.”
“‘Amazing. It really is,’ Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. ‘I’ve never seen it. … It shows you how good these guys can be when they’re locked in.’
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