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The way to watch San Francisco Giants vs. Mariners

The San Francisco Giants put their determination to the test at the start of the season. After a 6-1 lead in the 8th inning against the Seattle Mariners on the opening day, the Giants must learn how to rebuild confidence in their bullpen to launch strikes.

Let’s just imagine that this is the opening day.

Game # 2

The: San Francisco Giants (0-1) vs. Seattle Mariners (1-0)
Where: T-Mobile Park, Seattle, Washington
When: 7:10 p.m. PT
Regional broadcast: NBC Sports Bay Area (available via fuboTV)
National broadcast: None
Radio: KNBR 680 AM / 104.5 FM

The Giants are facing a different left, so their line-up remains largely the same. Brandon Belt is outside and Darin has reputation – otherwise it’s the same crew.

Note: All statistics are from 2020.

  1. LF – Austin Slater (R) – .282 / .408 / .506 – 153 OPS +
  2. RF – Mike Yastrzemski (L) – .297 / .400 / .568 – 166 OPS +
  3. 2B – Donovan Solano (R) – .326 / .365 / .463 – 129 OPS +
  4. 3B – Evan Longoria (R) – .254 / .297 / .425 – 98 OPS +
  5. DH – Darin Ruf (R) – .276 / .370 / .517 – 144 OPS +
  6. 1B – Wilmer Flores (R) – .268 / .315 / .515 – 126 OPS +
  7. C – Buster Posey (R) – N / A.
  8. SS – Brandon Crawford (L) – .256 / .326 / .465 – 117 OPS +
  9. CF – Mauricio Dubón (R) – .274 / .337 / .389 – 102 OPS +

RHP – Johnny Cueto – 5.40 ERA, 4.64 FIP, 56 K and 26 BB in 63.1 IP

Similarly, the Mariners lineup looks familiar to another right, with the only change being a new catcher.

  1. RF – Mitch Haniger (R) – N / A.
  2. DH – Ty France (R) – .305 / .368 / .468 – 133 OPS +
  3. 3B – Kyle Seager (L) – .241 / .355 / .433 – 121 OPS +
  4. 1B – Evan White (R) – .176 / .252 / .346 – 66 OPS +
  5. CF – Taylor Trammell (L) – N / A (MLB debut)
  6. 2B – Dylan Moore (R) – .255 / .358 / .496 – 138 OPS +
  7. LF – Jake Fraley (L) – .154 / .241 / .269 – 44 OPS +
  8. C – Luis Torrens (R) – .254 / .323 / .373 – 96 OPS +
  9. SS – JP Crawford (L) – .255 / .336 / .338 – 91 OPS +

LHP – Yusei Kikuchi – 5.17 ERA, 3.30 FIP, 47 K and 20 BB in 47 IP

Remarks

Kapler welcomes ASG move: Earlier in the day, MLB announced that it would reschedule the 2021 All-Star Game under recent laws suppressing Georgia voters.

Giants manager Gabe Kapler applauded the league for the move.

Gabe Kapler, #SFGiants manager at MLB, is moving the all-star game and amateur draft from Georgia.

“I continue to be proud of the steps Major League Baseball is taking to promote diversity, equity, inclusion and voting rights for all on this particular issue.”

– Kerry Crowley (@KO_Crowley) April 2, 2021

Enjoy baseball friends.

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