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San Francisco
vs
Miami
Today's Featured Sports Pick

Game Date:
05/28/2019
7:10pm EST

Lines:
San Francisco -1.5
Miami +1.5

Total:
Over 7.5 (-115)
Under 7.5 (-105)

Community Picks: San Francisco 50% vs Miami 50%

San Francisco and Miami Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
San Francisco
You're not allowed to cheer from the pressbox, but I had my jaw practically on the floor during a crazy Kevin Pillar diving catch from the Giants right fielder. In the top of the first inning of Saturday's D-backs vs. Giants game, Kevin Cron smacked a line drive to right field. If you watch the play, you were more than likely thinking there was no way Pillar would be able to snag it, but boy was I wrong. Continue to Article
May 25, 2019 4:42:pm EST
San Francisco
Giants vs. D-backs lineups: Brandon Crawford out for second straight gane originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com It was a long one on Thursday that ended in disappointment. The Giants fell to the Braves, 5-4, in 13 innings thanks to an Austin Riley homer -- he had his fifth long ball in nine games to set a modern-day franchise record. That's cool. Continue to Article
May 24, 2019 7:09:pm EST
San Francisco
The Tampa Bay Rays have acquired journeyman catcher Erik Kratz in a trade with the San Francisco Giants. The 38-year-old Kratz hit . for 32) in 15 games for San Francisco. Continue to Article
May 17, 2019 12:20:pm EST
San Francisco
Giants trade struggling catcher Erik Kratz to Rays days after DFA originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com Erik Kratz is no longer in the Giants organization. Three days after San Francisco designated the veteran catcher for assignment, the Giants traded the 38-year-old to the Tampa Bay Rays. The Tampa Bay Times' Marc Topkin first reported the news Thursday, and the Giants announced the news shortly thereafter. Continue to Article
May 16, 2019 8:03:pm EST
San Francisco
Anderson had an opposite field double that left the bat at 108.9 mph -- giving him the 12th hardest-hit ball of the year by a Giant -- and a seeing-eye single. He became the first pitcher in Giants history to have two hits in his debut and the first to do it for any team since the Mets' Steven Matz in 2010. So yes, for a few days, Shaun Anderson has bragging rights over Madison Bumgarner. Continue to Article
May 15, 2019 7:59:pm EST
 
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