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6/8 Gamethread: Giants vs. Rangers

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Alex Wood vs. Jordan Lyles.

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The San Francisco Giants are 2-0 against the Texas Rangers, and the Rangers are playing awful baseball right now. Make it 3-0, Giants.


Game #60

Who: San Francisco Giants (37-22) vs. Texas Rangers (23-38)
When: 5:05 p.m. PT
Where: Globe Life Park in Arlington, Arlington, Texas
Regional broadcast: NBC Sports Bay Area (available on fuboTV)
National broadcast: None
Radio: KNBR 680 AM/104.5 FM


Lineups

Brandon Belt is back, and jumping straight into the cleanup spot.

  1. RF — LaMonte Wade Jr. (L) — .270/.386/.541 — 160 OPS+
  2. DH — Alex Dickerson (L) — .227/.297/.402 — 96 OPS+
  3. C — Buster Posey (R) — .333/.411/.583 — 178 OPS+
  4. 1B — Brandon Belt (L) — .228/.350/.474 — 131 OPS+
  5. SS — Brandon Crawford (L) — .262/.351/.537 — 147 OPS+
  6. 3B — Wilmer Flores (R) — .240/.319/.368 — 95 OPS+
  7. CF — Steven Duggar (L) — .309/.364/.556 — 156 OPS+
  8. 2B — Donovan Solano (R) — .270/.306/.380 — 94 OPS+
  9. LF — Mike Tauchman (L) — .188/.312/.274 — 68 OPS+

LHP — Alex Wood — 3.48 ERA, 3.69 FIP, 52 K and 15 BB in 51.2 IP

And here’s the Rangers lineup.

  1. SS — Isiah Kiner-Falefa (R) — .284/.319/.407 — 103 OPS+
  2. DH — Willie Calhoun (L) — .261/.329/.414 — 108 OPS+
  3. CF — Adolis García (R) — .277/.314/.549 — 136 OPS+
  4. RF — Joey Gallo (L) — .207/.365/.389 — 113 OPS+
  5. 2B — Nick Solak (R) — .237/.310/.399 — 98 OPS+
  6. 1B — Nate Lowe (L) — .241/.346/.382 — 105 OPS+
  7. 3B — Charlie Culberson (R) — .230/.271/.369 — 78 OPS+
  8. C — Jose Trevino (R) — .246/.265/.315 — 63 OPS+
  9. LF — Eli White (R) — .127/.200/.164 — 4 OPS+

RHP — Jordan Lyles — 5.75 ERA, 4.80 FIP, 54 K and 21 BB in 61 IP


Notes

Crawford milestone: With today’s game, Brandon Crawford will become the Giants franchise leader in career starts at shortstop.


Enjoy the baseball, friends.