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6/12 Doubleheader Game 2 Gamethread

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Conner Menez vs. Jefry Rodriguez.

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After a rough start to the doubleheader, the San Francisco Giants will try and a turn things around in the second game.

So far they have 20 strikeouts and 0 walks against the Washington Nationals. Can they start to make that ratio a bit less terrifying?


Game #64

Who: San Francisco Giants (39-24) vs. Washington Nationals (26-34)
When: 4:15 p.m. PT
Where: Nationals Park, Washington D.C.
Regional broadcast: None
National broadcast: Fox (available on fuboTV)
Radio: KNBR 680 AM/104.5 FM


Lineups

Curt Casali returns for the Giants.

All stats prior to Game 1 of the doubleheader.

  1. RF — LaMonte Wade Jr. (L) — .260/.362/.460 — 131 OPS+
  2. 1B — Brandon Belt (L) — .230/.351/.452 — 126 OPS+
  3. 3B — Wilmer Flores (R) — .226/.311/.346 — 86 OPS+
  4. SS — Brandon Crawford (L) — .261/.351/.551 — 151 OPS+
  5. 2B — Donovan Solano (R) — .264/.303/.364 — 88 OPS+
  6. LF — Mike Tauchman (L) — .183/.299/.286 — 67 OPS+
  7. CF — Steven Duggar (L) — .293/.350/.511 — 140 OPS+
  8. C — Curt Casali (R) — .104/.250/.119 — 10 OPS+
  9. LHP — Conner Menez — 0.00 ERA, 0.65 FIP, 10 K and 0 BB in 8 IP

And here’s the Nats’ Game 2 squad.

  1. SS — Trea Turner (R) — .304/.350/.475 — 131 OPS+
  2. RF — Juan Soto (L) — .274/.406/.452 — 143 OPS+
  3. 1B — Ryan Zimmerman (R) — .292/.324/.585 — 151 OPS+
  4. LF — Kyle Schwarber (L) — .218/.312/.404 — 101 OPS+
  5. 2B — Josh Harrison (R) — .257/.335/.366 — 99 OPS+
  6. C — Yan Gomes (R) — .250/.281/.407 — 92 OPS+
  7. 3B — Starlin Castro (R) — .244/.295/.312 — 73 OPS+
  8. CF — Victor Robles (R) — .224/.335/.308 — 84 OPS+
  9. RHP — Jefry Rodriguez — Season debut

Notes

Bullpen game: This is a scheduled bullpen game for the Giants, though it’s unclear if Conner Menez — who was a starter in the Minor Leagues — will be allowed to keep pitching if things are going smoothly. However, José Álvarez — who pitched two innings in the first game of the doubleheader — is the Giants only reliever who has pitched since Wednesday, so everyone else is available.


Enjoy the baseball, friends.