Barry has been pretty much unstoppable, even if the Giants haven’t. He hit two homers in the Giants’ loss, yet the team couldn’t capitalize, and we lost anyway. He’s also made his fair share of amazing plays in left. Calculate in the age factor, and we’re talking defying the odds.
Well, for all the heckling and disappointment, Alfonzo finally shows up. Better late than never. Well, he’s the second-hardest man to strike out at the senior level. That we knew. However, he’s been coming through offensively, especially in clutch situations, which has actually warranted moving up in the batting order! Wow, let’s be impressed and pray he keeps it up.
Well, Correia is the Giants’ “go-to guy.” No joke. He’s been up and down about four times, yet he still came out strong on Sunday, on short notice, in place of Giants ace Jason Schmidt. He was in the stretch a lot, but he gave the Giants the six strong innings they needed. He showed the West that being a rookie didn’t mean a loss for the Giants and an easy gain for everyone else.
Jerome has gone from having a July ERA of under 2 runs per game to an August ERA of approximately 4 and a half runs. Talk about a big difference. Some call it his “rookie jitters,” or perhaps just what Foppert went through earlier in the season. Whatever it is, his control just hasn’t been there like it was earlier in the summer.
I don’t know what it is, but since coming to San Francisco, the big man just hasn’t had his control early, and once he’s settled down, the damage has already been done. This is a difficult call, considering how excited he was to be pitching for the Giants, but frankly, he just hasn’t been as effective for us as he was for Baltimore.
Chad has performed admirably since coming off the DL. Sure, he’s still had control issues, but overall, he’s been effective.
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