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7/30 Gamethread: Giants vs. Padres

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It’s time for the series finale. The San Francisco Giants are going for their first series win of the year, and they have three new faces on the active roster as they try to do so. All three are in the starting lineup.


Game #7

Who: San Francisco Giants (3-3) vs. San Diego Padres (4-2)
Where: Oracle Park, San Francisco, California
When: 6:45 p.m. PT
Regional broadcast: NBC Sports Bay Area (available through fuboTV)
National broadcast: FS1
Radio: KNBR 680 AM/104.5 FM


Lineups

Welcome, new dudes, who are also old dudes.

All stats are from this season.

  1. CF — Mike Yastrzemski (L) — .409/.500/.773 — 257 OPS+
  2. LF — Alex Dickerson (L) — .308/.357/.692 — 191 OPS+
  3. 2B — Donovan Solano (R) — .400/.400/.667 — 198 OPS+
  4. 1B — Brandon Belt (L) — N/A
  5. 3B — Evan Longoria (R) — N/A
  6. DH — Pablo Sandoval (S) — .133/.222/.133 — 4 OPS+
  7. SS — Brandon Crawford (L) — .235/.235/.235 — 35 OPS+
  8. C — Tyler Heineman (S) — .385/.467/.385 — 146 OPS+
  9. RF — Steven Duggar (L) — N/A

Like the Padres, the Giants are using a righty for the third straight game, so Jayce Tingler’s lineup looks familiar.

  1. SS — Fernando Tatis Jr. (R) — .273/.407/.591 — 182 OPS+
  2. CF — Trent Grisham (L) — .286/.400/.571 — 174 OPS+
  3. 3B — Manny Machado (R) — .227/.346/.500 — 139 OPS+
  4. LF — Tommy Pham (R) — .150/.346/.150 — 48 OPS+
  5. 2B — Jurickson Profar (S) — .067/.300/.067 — 12 OPS+
  6. DH — Wil Myers (R) — .263/.440/.632 — 203 OPS+
  7. 1B — Ty France (R) — .300/.300/.300 — 73 OPS+
  8. C — Francisco Mejía (S) — .000/.250/.000 — -21 OPS+
  9. RF — Edward Olivares (R) — .444/.545/.556 — 216 OPS+
    RHP — Dinelson Lamet — 1.80 ERA, 0.48 FIP, 8Ks and 1 BB in 5 IP

Notes

Bishop update: Prospect Hunter Bishop tested positive for the coronavirus prior to the start of Summer Camp. He is healthy and symptom free, but not yet able to join the alternate training site in Sacramento.

Longo is realistic: Evan Longoria is healthy and ready to go. Or at least as healthy and ready to go as is possible in 2020.


Enjoy the baseball, everyone.