They gagged in the 10th at chavez latrine. What a beauty. Nothing to take the sting out of a bad Giants loss like a dodgers loss
Puig came up as pinch hitter in the bottom of the 9th with the bases loaded and no one out and struck out looking. Way to go, hot shot
Lincecum lost the game three batters in by giving up a 3-run shot to Paul Goldschmuck. How about just giving him 4 wide ones?
Here's part of Chris Haft's recap for mlb.com -- Goldschmidt, who owns a career .542 batting average (13-for-24) with
seven home runs and 17 RBIs off Lincecum, didn't merely hit an ordinary
home run. After Lincecum yielded Gerardo Parra's triple and walked Martin Prado
to start the game, Goldschmidt drove a 1-1 fastball into the
right-field arcade -- an area reached by relatively few right-handed
batters. It was only the 22nd opposite-field homer hit by a visiting
right-handed batter since AT&T Park opened in 2000.