2022 San Francisco Giants
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Results
Record63–68 (.481)
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Owner(s)Larry Baer (managing general partner)
President of Baseball OperationsFarhan Zaidi
Manager(s)Gabe Kapler
Local televisionNBC Sports Bay Area/KNTV
(Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow, Dave Flemming, Jon Miller, Shawn Estes, Javier López, Hunter Pence, J. T. Snow, Randy Winn)
Local radioKNBR (104.5 FM and 680 AM)
San Francisco Giants Radio Network
(Jon Miller, Dave Flemming, Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow)
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(Erwin Higueros, Tito Fuentes, Marvin Benard)
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The 2022 San Francisco Giants season is the 140th season for the franchise in Major League Baseball, their 65th year in San Francisco, and their 23rd at Oracle Park. This is the third season under manager Gabe Kapler and also the first season since 2008 without longtime catcher Buster Posey, who retired last November.

On December 2, 2021, Commissioner of Baseball Rob Manfred announced a lockout of players, following expiration of the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) between the league and the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA). On March 10, 2022, the MLB and MLBPA agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement, thus ending the lockout. Opening Day took place on April 7.[1] Although MLB previously announced that several series would be cancelled due to the lockout, the agreement provides for a 162-game season, with originally canceled games to be made up via doubleheaders.[2]

Offseason

Lockout

Main article: 2021–22 Major League Baseball lockout

The expiration of the league's collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with the Major League Baseball Players Association occurred on December 1, 2021 with no new agreement in place.[3] As a result, the team owners voted unanimously to lockout the players stopping all free agency and trades.[4][5]

The parties came to an agreement on a new CBA on March 10, 2022.[6]

Rule changes

Pursuant to the new CBA, several new rules were instituted for the 2022 season. The National League will adopt the designated hitter full-time, a draft lottery will be implemented, the postseason will expand from ten teams to twelve, and advertising patches will appear on player uniforms and helmets for the first time.[7][8]

Transactions

Season standings

National League West

NL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
Los Angeles Dodgers 98 44 0.690 49–18 49–26
San Diego Padres 78 66 0.542 21 38–31 40–35
San Francisco Giants 69 74 0.483 29½ 39–33 30–41
Arizona Diamondbacks 68 75 0.476 30½ 39–36 29–39
Colorado Rockies 62 82 0.431 37 40–34 22–48


National League Wild Card

Division leaders W L Pct.
Los Angeles Dodgers 98 44 0.690
New York Mets 90 55 0.621
St. Louis Cardinals 84 60 0.583


Wild Card teams
(Top 3 teams qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Atlanta Braves 88 55 0.615 +10½
Philadelphia Phillies 80 63 0.559 +2½
San Diego Padres 78 66 0.542
Milwaukee Brewers 76 67 0.531
San Francisco Giants 69 74 0.483
Arizona Diamondbacks 68 75 0.476
Chicago Cubs 62 82 0.431 16
Colorado Rockies 62 82 0.431 16
Miami Marlins 59 85 0.410 19
Cincinnati Reds 57 86 0.399 20½
Pittsburgh Pirates 55 89 0.382 23
Washington Nationals 49 94 0.343 28½


Record vs. opponents

Source: NL Standings Head-to-head

Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL LAD MIA MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 2–4 4–3 3–4 9–10 3–11 5–1 3–1 2–4 3–3 4–3 5–11 8–5 2–5 4–3 11–7
Atlanta 4–2 3–3 4–3 6–1 2–4 12–4 3–3 7–9 6–6 7–0 3–4 4–3 4–3 10–3 13–7
Chicago 3–4 3–3 7–6 2–2 0–7 2–1 10–9 4–3 3–0 7–8 2–5 2–5 6–13 4–2 6–14
Cincinnati 4–3 3–4 6–7 2–4 0–7 4–3 5–10 1–5 1–6 7–9 0–6 4–2 6–9 3–4 11–7
Colorado 10–9 1–6 2–2 4–2 5–8 2–4 3–4 2–5 2–5 3–3 9–7 5–7 2–4 3–4 9–11
Los Angeles 11–3 4–2 7–0 7–0 8–5 6–1 4–3 3–4 3–4 1–5 12–4 12–4 2–1 3–3 15–5
Miami 1–5 4–12 1–2 3–4 4–2 1–6 1–2 5–12 7–12 4–3 3–4 3–4 2–4 12–1 8–12
Milwaukee 1–3 3–3 9–10 10–5 4–3 3–4 2–1 1–2 2–4 11–8 3–4 3–4 8–9 3–3 13–4
New York 4–2 9–7 3–4 5–1 5–2 4–3 12–5 2–1 14–5 3–1 2–4 4–3 5–2 11–5 7–10
Philadelphia 3–3 6–6 0–3 6–1 5–2 4–3 12–7 4–2 5–14 6–1 4–3 1–5 4–3 13–2 7–8
Pittsburgh 3–4 0–7 8–7 9–7 3–3 5–1 3–4 8–11 1–3 1–6 2–4 1–5 3–10 4–3 4–14
San Diego 11–5 4–3 5–2 6–0 7–9 4–12 4–3 4–3 4–2 3–4 4–2 11–5 0–3 4–3 7–10
San Francisco 5–8 3–4 5–2 2–4 7–5 4–12 4–3 4–3 3–4 5–1 5–1 5–11 3–4 4–2 10–10
St. Louis 5–2 3–4 13–6 9–6 4–2 1–2 4–2 9–8 2–5 3–4 10–3 3–0 4–3 4–3 10–10
Washington 3–4 3–10 2–4 4–3 4–3 3–3 1–12 3–3 5–11 2–13 3–4 3–4 2–4 3–4 8–12

Updated with the results of all games through September 15, 2022.

Game log

2022 Game Log: 69–74 (Home: 39–33; Away: 30–41)
April: 14–7 (Home: 6–4; Away: 8–3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
1 April 8 Marlins 6–5 (10) Álvarez (1–0) Bass (0–1) Oracle Park 40,853 1–0
2 April 9 Marlins 1–2 Okert (1–0) McGee (0–1) Bender (1) Oracle Park 38,885 1–1
3 April 10 Marlins 3–2 García (1–0) Rogers (0–1) Leone (1) Oracle Park 37,332 2–1
4 April 11 Padres 2–4 Wilson (2–0) Rogers (0–1) Rogers (3) Oracle Park 23,279 2–2
5 April 12 Padres 13–2 Cobb (1–0) Darvish (0–1) Oracle Park 25,560 3–2
6 April 13 Padres 2–1 Webb (1–0) Manaea (1–1) Doval (1) Oracle Park 27,197 4–2
7 April 15 @ Guardians 4–1 Rodón (1–0) Plesac (0–1) Doval (2) Progressive Field 33,469 5–2
8 April 16 @ Guardians 4–2 Leone (1–0) Sandlin (0–1) McGee (1) Progressive Field 13,187 6–2
9 April 17 @ Guardians 8–1 Wood (1–0) Civale (0–1) Progressive Field 9,620 7–2
April 18 @ Mets Postponed (rain); Makeup April 19
10 April 19 (1) @ Mets 4–5 (10) Ottavino (1–0) García (1–1) Citi Field 27,490 7–3
11 April 19 (2) @ Mets 1–3 Scherzer (3–0) Webb (1–1) May (1) Citi Field 7–4
12 April 20 @ Mets 5–2 Rodón (2–0) Bassitt (2–1) McGee (2) Citi Field 30,050 8–4
13 April 21 @ Mets 2–6 Carrasco (1–0) DeSclafani (0–1) Citi Field 28,760 8–5
14 April 22 @ Nationals 7–1 Junis (1–0) Corbin (0–3) Nationals Park 23,751 9–5
15 April 23 @ Nationals 5–2 Wood (2–0) Sanchez (0–1) Doval (3) Nationals Park 27,799 10–5
16 April 24 @ Nationals 12–3 Webb (2–1) Adon (1–3) Nationals Park 26,003 11–5
17 April 25 @ Brewers 4–2 McGee (1–1) Cousins (1–1) Doval (4) American Family Field 21,186 12–5
18 April 26 Athletics 8–2 Rodón (3–0) Jefferies (1–3) Oracle Park 32,898 13–5
19 April 27 Athletics 0–1 Blackburn (3–0) Long (0–1) Jiménez (4) Oracle Park 32,014 13–6
20 April 29 Nationals 4–14 Sanchez (1–1) Wood (2–1) Oracle Park 38,256 13–7
21 April 30 Nationals 9–3 Webb (3–1) Adon (1–4) Oracle Park 33,241 14–7
May: 13–14 (Home: 7–7; Away: 6–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
22 May 1 Nationals 5–11 Gray (3–2) Cobb (1–1) Oracle Park 38,451 14–8
23 May 3 @ Dodgers 1–3 Urías (2–1) Rodón (3–1) Kimbrel (5) Dodger Stadium 43,370 14–9
24 May 4 @ Dodgers 1–9 Gonsolin (2–0) Wood (2–2) Dodger Stadium 52,203 14–10
25 May 5 Cardinals 1–7 Mikolas (2–1) Littell (0–1) Oracle Park 22,562 14–11
26 May 6 Cardinals 2–3 Helsley (1–0) Doval (0–1) Gallegos (6) Oracle Park 28,898 14–12
27 May 7 Cardinals 13–7 Webb (4–1) Matz (3–2) Oracle Park 40,113 15–12
28 May 8 Cardinals 4–3 Leone (2–0) Cabrera (1–1) Doval (5) Oracle Park 38,193 16–12
29 May 9 Rockies 8–5 Rodón (4–1) Gomber (2–3) Oracle Park 20,039 17–12
30 May 10 Rockies 9–2 Wood (3–2) Senzatela (2–2) Oracle Park 21,472 18–12
31 May 11 Rockies 7–1 Cobb (2–1) Kuhl (3–1) Oracle Park 23,341 19–12
32 May 13 @ Cardinals 8–2 Webb (5–1) Hicks (1–3) Busch Stadium 39,612 20–12
33 May 14 @ Cardinals 0–4 Hudson (3–2) Junis (1–1) Busch Stadium 44,537 20–13
34 May 15 @ Cardinals 6–15 Wainwright (4–3) Rodón (4–2) Busch Stadium 39,703 20–14
35 May 16 @ Rockies 7–6 Brebbia (1–0) Bard (1–2) Doval (6) Coors Field 23,180 21–14
36 May 17 @ Rockies 10–7 Cobb (3–1) Kuhl (3–2) Doval (7) Coors Field 25,735 22–14
37 May 18 @ Rockies 3–5 Kinley (1–0) Álvarez (1–1) Bard (10) Coors Field 26,713 22–15
38 May 20 Padres 7–8 (10) García (2–2) Doval (0–2) Suárez (1) Oracle Park 31,359 22–16
39 May 21 Padres 1–2 Musgrove (5–0) Rodón (4–3) Rogers (16) Oracle Park 38,916 22–17
40 May 22 Padres 1–10 Gore (3–1) Wood (3–3) Oracle Park 35,363 22–18
41 May 23 Mets 3–13 Peterson (2–0) Cobb (3–2) Oracle Park 25,690 22–19
42 May 24 Mets 13–12 Brebbia (2–0) Díaz (1–1) Oracle Park 27,683 23–19
43 May 25 Mets 9–3 Junis (2–1) Szapucki (0–1) Oracle Park 27,432 24–19
44 May 27 @ Reds 1–5 Ashcraft (1–0) Rodón (4–4) Warren (3) Great American Ball Park 19,000 24–20
45 May 28 @ Reds 2–3 Gutiérrez (1–6) Wood (3–4) Santillan (3) Great American Ball Park 26,655 24–21
46 May 29 @ Reds 6–4 Brebbia (3–0) Warren (2–2) Great American Ball Park 20,439 25–21
47 May 30 @ Phillies 5–4 (10) Leone (3–0) Bellatti (1–1) Doval (8) Citizens Bank Park 26,650 26–21
48 May 31 @ Phillies 7–4 (11) Álvarez (2–1) Bellatti (1–2) Citizens Bank Park 20,927 27–21
June: 13–13 (Home: 8–6; Away: 5–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
49 June 1 @ Phillies 5–6 Nola (3–4) García (1–2) Knebel (9) Citizens Bank Park 22,213 27–22
50 June 2 @ Marlins 0–3 Alcántara (6–2) Wood (3–5) Scott (2) loanDepot Park 8,202 27–23
51 June 3 @ Marlins 15–6 Littell (1–1) Bleier (0–1) loanDepot Park 6,512 28–23
52 June 4 @ Marlins 4–5 Scott (1–1) Rogers (0–2) loanDepot Park 7,515 28–24
53 June 5 @ Marlins 5–1 Junis (3–1) Garrett (0–1) loanDepot Park 9,641 29–24
54 June 7 Rockies 3–5 Márquez (2–5) Littell (1–2) Bard (12) Oracle Park 24,785 29–25
55 June 8 Rockies 2–1 (10) Doval (1–2) Estévez (1–3) Oracle Park 21,535 30–25
56 June 9 Rockies 2–4 Gomber (3–6) Webb (5–2) Colomé (3) Oracle Park 23,780 30–26
57 June 10 Dodgers 7–2 Junis (4–1) Buehler (6–3) Oracle Park 39,701 31–26
58 June 11 Dodgers 3–2 Doval (2–2) Kershaw (4–1) Álvarez (1) Oracle Park 41,236 32–26
59 June 12 Dodgers 2–0 Rodón (5–4) Urías (3–6) McGee (3) Oracle Park 41,197 33–26
60 June 13 Royals 6–2 Wood (4–5) Garrett (1–1) Oracle Park 22,185 34–26
61 June 14 Royals 4–2 Webb (6–2) Bubic (0–4) Doval (9) Oracle Park 24,386 35–26
62 June 15 Royals 2–3 Cuas (1–0) Brebbia (3–1) Barlow (7) Oracle Park 25,527 35–27
63 June 17 @ Pirates 2–0 Rodón (6–4) Thompson (3–5) Doval (10) PNC Park 19,075 36–27
64 June 18 @ Pirates 7–5 Wood (5–5) Crowe (3–4) Doval (11) PNC Park 26,041 37–27
65 June 19 @ Pirates 3–4 Bednar (3–1) Rogers (0–3) PNC Park 23,905 37–28
66 June 20 @ Braves 1–2 Jansen (4–0) Doval (1–2) Truist Park 40,589 37–29
67 June 21 @ Braves 12–10 Rogers (1–3) O'Day (1–1) Truist Park 35,384 38–29
68 June 22 @ Braves 3–4 Minter (3–1) McGee (1–2) Truist Park 38,478 38–30
69 June 23 @ Braves 6–7 Wright (8–4) Wood (5–6) Jansen (19) Truist Park 36,870 38–31
70 June 24 Reds 2–4 Ashcraft (4–1) Cobb (3–3) Strickland (3) Oracle Park 29,178 38–32
71 June 25 Reds 9–2 Webb (7–2) Minor (1–4) Oracle Park 40,115 39–32
72 June 26 Reds 3–10 Mahle (3–6) DeSclafani (0–2) Oracle Park 32,285 39–33
73 June 28 Tigers 4–3 Rodón (7–4) Skubal (5–6) Doval (12) Oracle Park 28,004 40–33
74 June 29 Tigers 2–3 García (3–2) Wood (5–7) Soto (15) Oracle Park 26,576 40–34
July: 11–17 (Home: 8–6; Away: 3–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
75 July 1 White Sox 0–1 Banks (1–0) Doval (2–4) Graveman (4) Oracle Park 35,266 40–35
76 July 2 White Sox 3–5 Cease (7–3) Webb (7–3) Graveman (5) Oracle Park 30,804 40–36
77 July 3 White Sox 4–13 Giolito (5–4) Hjelle (0–1) Oracle Park 30,155 40–37
78 July 4 @ Diamondbacks 3–8 Bumgarner (4–8) Rodón (7–5) Chase Field 27,752 40–38
79 July 5 @ Diamondbacks 2–6 Smith (1–1) Leone (3–1) Chase Field 14,467 40–39
80 July 6 @ Diamondbacks 7–5 Brebbia (4–1) Mantiply (1–2) Long (1) Chase Field 13,445 41–39
81 July 7 @ Padres 1–2 (10) Crismatt (5–1) García (1–3) Petco Park 42,656 41–40
82 July 8 @ Padres 3–6 Snell (1–5) Long (0–2) Martinez (3) Petco Park 42,861 41–41
83 July 9 @ Padres 3–1 Rodón (8–5) García (4–5) Petco Park 41,714 42–41
84 July 10 @ Padres 12–0 Wood (6–7) Gore (4–4) Petco Park 38,712 43–41
85 July 11 Diamondbacks 3–4 Kelly (8–5) Cobb (3–4) Melancon (12) Oracle Park 25,325 43–42
86 July 12 Diamondbacks 13–0 Webb (8–3) Keuchel (2–7) Oracle Park 23,353 44–42
87 July 13 Diamondbacks 4–3 Doval (3–4) Melancon (3–8) Oracle Park 27,055 45–42
88 July 14 Brewers 2–3 (10) Gott (2–2) Doval (3–5) Williams (6) Oracle Park 26,994 45–43
89 July 15 Brewers 8–5 Long (1–2) Hader (0–4) Oracle Park 28,244 46–43
90 July 16 Brewers 2–1 Brebbia (5–1) Suter (1–3) Leone (2) Oracle Park 41,279 47–43
91 July 17 Brewers 9–5 Webb (9–3) Ashby (2–7) Oracle Park 30,584 48–43
July 19 92nd All-Star Game in Los Angeles, CA
92 July 21 @ Dodgers 6–9 Phillips (4–3) Leone (3–2) Kimbrel (16) Dodger Stadium 53,165 48–44
93 July 22 @ Dodgers 1–5 Vesia (2–0) Long (1–3) Dodger Stadium 51,316 48–45
94 July 23 @ Dodgers 2–4 Urías (9–6) Wood (6–8) Price (1) Dodger Stadium 47,749 48–46
95 July 24 @ Dodgers 4–7 Phillips (5–3) Leone (3–3) Kimbrel (17) Dodger Stadium 47,505 48–47
96 July 25 @ Diamondbacks 0–7 Kelly (10–5) Junis (4–2) Chase Field 16,100 48–48
97 July 26 @ Diamondbacks 3–7 Kennedy (4–4) Rodón (8–6) Chase Field 16,989 48–49
98 July 27 @ Diamondbacks 3–5 Ramirez (3–3) Webb (9–4) Melancon (14) Chase Field 17,043 48–50
99 July 28 Cubs 4–2 Wood (7–8) Steele (4–7) Doval (17) Oracle Park 32,259 49–50
100 July 29 Cubs 2–4 Stroman (3–5) Cobb (3–5) Oracle Park 30,376 49–51
101 July 30 Cubs 5–4 Rogers (2–3) Smyly (3–6) Leone (3) Oracle Park 40,971 50–51
102 July 31 Cubs 4–0 Rodón (9–6) Sampson (0–2) Oracle Park 33,622 51–51
August: 10–16 (Home: 5–9; Away: 5–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
103 August 1 Dodgers 2–8 Ferguson (1–0) Webb (9–5) Oracle Park 34,865 51–52
104 August 2 Dodgers 5–9 Anderson (12–1) Wood (7–9) Oracle Park 32,798 51–53
105 August 3 Dodgers 0–3 Urías (11–6) Cobb (3–6) Kimbrel (19) Oracle Park 35,400 51–54
106 August 4 Dodgers 3–5 Martin (2–0) Junis (4–3) Kimbrel (20) Oracle Park 34,640 51–55
107 August 6 @ Athletics 7–3 Rodón (10–6) Oller (1–5) Oakland Coliseum 40,065 52–55
108 August 7 @ Athletics 6–4 Webb (10–5) Martínez (2–3) Doval (14) Oakland Coliseum 31,605 53–55
109 August 8 @ Padres 1–0 Wood (8–9) Snell (4–6) Doval (15) Petco Park 40,686 54–55
110 August 9 @ Padres 4–7 Hill (3–0) Rogers (2–4) Petco Park 38,626 54–56
111 August 10 @ Padres 7–13 Suárez (3–1) Marte (0–1) Petco Park 32,834 54–57
112 August 12 Pirates 5–3 Rodón (11–6) Wilson (2–7) Doval (16) Oracle Park 33,328 55–57
113 August 13 Pirates 2–0 Webb (11–5) Beede (1–2) Doval (17) Oracle Park 38,049 56–57
114 August 14 Pirates 8–7 Doval (4–5) Crowe (4–7) Oracle Park 36,471 57–57
115 August 15 Diamondbacks 6–1 Cobb (4–6) Bumgarner (6–12) Oracle Park 20,694 58–57
116 August 16 Diamondbacks 2–1 Brebbia (6–1) Kennedy (4–6) Oracle Park 20,897 59–57
117 August 17 Diamondbacks 2–3 Ramirez (4–3) Leone (3–4) Melancon (17) Oracle Park 22,649 59–58
118 August 18 Diamondbacks 0–5 Gallen (9–2) Webb (11–6) Oracle Park 26,197 59–59
119 August 19 @ Rockies 4–7 Ureña (2–4) Wood (8–10) Bard (25) Coors Field 31,604 59–60
120 August 20 @ Rockies 3–4 (10) Gilbreath (2–0) Doval (4–6) Coors Field 35,278 59–61
121 August 21 @ Rockies 9–8 (11) Leone (4–4) Bird (1–4) Littell (1) Coors Field 30,682 60–61
122 August 23 @ Tigers 3–1 Rodón (12–6) Hutchison (1–7) Doval (18) Comerica Park 21,123 61–61
123 August 24 @ Tigers 1–6 Manning (1–1) Webb (11–7) Comerica Park 17,400 61–62
124 August 26 @ Twins 0–9 Ryan (10–6) Wood (8–10) Target Field 25,246 61–63
125 August 27 @ Twins 2–3 (10) Durán (2–3) Leone (4–5) Target Field 27,570 61–64
126 August 28 @ Twins 3–8 Smeltzer (5–2) Junis (4–2) Target Field 25,285 61–65
127 August 29 Padres 5–6 Clevinger (5–5) Rodón (12–7) Martinez (7) Oracle Park 24,815 61–66
128 August 30 Padres 3–4 Snell (6–7) Webb (11–8) Martinez (8) Oracle Park 28,267 61–67
129 August 31 Padres 4–5 Musgrove (9–6) Wood (8–12) Hader (30) Oracle Park 25,298 61–68
September: 8–6 (Home: 5–1; Away: 3–5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
130 September 2 Phillies 13–1 Cobb (5–6) Gibson (9–6) Oracle Park 32,840 62–68
131 September 3 Phillies 5–4 Littell (2–2) Hand (3–2) Doval (19) Oracle Park 40,010 63–68
132 September 4 Phillies 5–3 Doval (5–6) Robertson (3–2) Oracle Park 41,189 64–68
133 September 5 @ Dodgers 7–4 Webb (12–8) Heaney (2–2) Doval (20) Dodger Stadium 51,887 65–68
134 September 6 @ Dodgers 3–6 Anderson (14–3) García (1–4) Kimbrel (22) Dodger Stadium 39,752 65–69
135 September 7 @ Dodgers 3–7 Phillips (6–3) Littell (2–3) Dodger Stadium 39,237 65–70
136 September 8 (1) @ Brewers 1–2 Burnes (10–6) Junis (4–5) Williams (11) American Family Field see 2nd game 65–71
137 September 8 (2) @ Brewers 2–4 Strzelecki (2–1) Young (0–1) Rogers (31) American Family Field 23,019 65–72
138 September 9 @ Cubs 2–4 Smyly (6–8) Rodón (12–8) Hughes (4) Wrigley Field 31,309 65–73
139 September 10 @ Cubs 5–2 Webb (13–8) Stroman (3–7) Doval (21) Wrigley Field 40,086 66–73
140 September 11 @ Cubs 4–2 Littell (3–3) Wesneski (1–1) Doval (22) Wrigley Field 30,004 67–73
141 September 12 Braves 3–2 Cobb (6–6) Strider (10–5) Alexander (1) Oracle Park 23,790 68–73
142 September 13 Braves 1–5 Wright (18–5) Junis (4–6) Oracle Park 24,872 68–74
143 September 14 Braves 4–1 Rodón (13–8) Morton (8–6) Doval (23) Oracle Park 25,093 69–74
144 September 16 Dodgers Oracle Park
145 September 17 Dodgers Oracle Park
146 September 18 Dodgers Oracle Park
147 September 19 @ Rockies Coors Field
148 September 20 @ Rockies Coors Field
149 September 21 @ Rockies Coors Field
150 September 22 @ Rockies Coors Field
151 September 23 @ Diamondbacks Chase Field
152 September 24 @ Diamondbacks Chase Field
153 September 25 @ Diamondbacks Chase Field
154 September 27 Rockies Oracle Park
155 September 28 Rockies Oracle Park
156 September 29 Rockies Oracle Park
157 September 30 Diamondbacks Oracle Park
October: 0–0 (Home: 0–0; Away: 0–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record
158 October 1 Diamondbacks Oracle Park
159 October 2 Diamondbacks Oracle Park
160 October 3 @ Padres Petco Park
161 October 4 @ Padres Petco Park
162 October 5 @ Padres Petco Park
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = Giants team member

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Statistics

Updated through August 5.

Batting

List does not include pitchers. Stats in bold are the team leaders.

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; R = Runs; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; BB = Walks; SO = Strikeouts; SB = Stolen bases; Avg. = Batting average; OBP = On-base percentage; SLG = Slugging; OPS = On Base + Slugging

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB AVG OBP SLG OPS
Wilmer Flores 100 343 55 86 20 0 16 56 36 62 0 .251 .332 .449 .781
Thairo Estrada 90 313 49 82 16 1 9 41 18 54 15 .262 .316 .406 .722
Mike Yastrzemski 94 303 44 67 20 1 9 38 40 80 3 .221 .316 .383 .699
Darin Ruf 90 268 46 58 9 0 11 38 40 85 2 .216 .328 .373 .701
Joc Pederson 87 252 36 61 12 0 17 43 26 63 3 .242 .319 .492 .811
Brandon Crawford 72 247 29 53 10 2 5 33 22 57 1 .215 .297 .332 .629
Luis González 70 226 25 64 15 1 4 30 23 48 9 .283 .352 .412 .764
Brandon Belt 66 211 24 51 8 1 8 21 32 69 1 .242 .351 .403 .754
Austin Slater 85 201 36 54 9 2 5 24 28 63 7 .269 .368 .408 .776
Joey Bart 59 156 21 32 3 0 8 16 18 72 2 .205 .299 .378 .677
Evan Longoria 49 148 21 36 5 0 9 19 19 43 0 .243 .331 .459 .790
Tommy La Stella 43 132 14 32 12 0 2 11 6 23 0 .242 .277 .379 .656
Curt Casali 41 108 13 25 3 0 4 14 15 36 0 .231 .325 .370 .695
LaMonte Wade Jr. 34 87 8 15 2 1 3 14 13 21 0 .172 .298 .322 .620
Austin Wynns 35 78 6 16 3 0 1 10 7 20 0 .205 .276 .282 .558
Donovan Walton 24 76 8 12 8 0 1 8 1 16 0 .158 .179 .303 .482
Yermín Mercedes 29 69 9 17 5 0 1 8 9 17 0 .246 .342 .362 .704
Jason Vosler 23 66 10 19 4 0 4 10 7 19 1 .288 .351 .530 .881
David Villar 23 63 8 11 2 1 1 7 13 28 0 .175 .338 .286 .624
Mauricio Dubón 21 46 10 11 1 0 2 8 1 4 0 .239 .245 .391 .636
Steven Duggar 12 36 2 7 3 0 0 4 2 16 4 .194 .231 .278 .509
Dixon Machado 5 15 1 3 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 .200 .294 .200 .494
Heliot Ramos 7 13 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 .154 .214 .154 .368
Kevin Padlo 4 12 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 .167 .167 .167 .334
Luke Williams 8 12 1 3 1 0 0 3 0 4 0 .250 .250 .333 .583
Michael Papierski 5 9 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 .000 .100 .000 .100
J. D. Davis 2 8 1 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 .250 .250 .625 .875
Stuart Fairchild 5 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 .000 .000 .000 .000
Jason Krizan 3 8 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 .125 .300 .125 .425
Mike Ford 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 .250 .250 .250 .500
Bryce Johnson 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 .000 .000 .000 .000
Ka'ai Tom 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000 .000

Pitching

List does not include position players. Stats in bold are the team leaders.

Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; R = Runs allowed; ER = Earned runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; K = Strikeouts

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER BB K
Logan Webb 9 5 3.20 22 22 0 135.0 122 52 48 34 110
Carlos Rodón 9 6 3.00 21 21 0 123.0 93 42 41 39 158
Alex Wood 7 9 4.42 21 21 0 106.0 106 56 52 26 105
Alex Cobb 3 6 4.08 17 17 0 88.1 86 50 40 26 93
Jakob Junis 4 3 3.05 13 10 0 62.0 54 21 21 14 53
Tyler Rogers 2 3 4.68 47 0 0 50.0 51 27 26 16 32
John Brebbia 5 1 2.47 51 3 0 47.1 41 15 13 14 39
Camilo Doval 3 5 3.07 45 0 13 44.0 36 21 15 18 56
Sam Long 1 3 3.61 28 6 1 42.1 39 23 17 14 33
Dominic Leone 3 3 3.79 42 0 3 38.0 40 17 16 14 41
Jarlin García 1 3 2.89 37 0 0 37.1 33 17 12 13 27
Yunior Marte 0 0 5.58 24 0 0 30.2 31 21 19 13 28
Zack Littell 1 2 5.04 26 0 0 30.1 32 17 17 7 29
Jake McGee 1 2 7.17 24 0 3 21.1 27 18 17 6 11
Anthony DeSclafani 0 2 6.63 5 5 0 19.0 35 21 14 4 17
Mauricio Llovera 0 0 4.41 17 1 0 16.1 14 8 8 8 20
José Álvarez 2 1 5.28 21 0 1 15.1 17 10 9 9 15
Tyler Beede 0 0 4.66 6 0 0 9.2 14 5 5 6 4
Sean Hjelle 0 1 9.00 3 0 0 6.0 10 8 6 2 9
Gregory Santos 0 0 4.91 2 0 0 3.2 3 2 2 3 2
Alex Young 0 0 3.86 2 0 0 2.1 3 1 1 1 1
Kervin Castro 0 0 27.00 2 0 0 1.2 4 5 5 2 4

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Division Manager Record Type Record[16] through
AAA Sacramento River Cats Pacific Coast League West Dave Brundage Regular
Final Stretch
22–35 (.386)
0–0 (–)
June 10
AA Richmond Flying Squirrels Eastern League Southwest Dennis Pelfrey Regular 31–23 (.574)
High-A Eugene Emeralds Northwest League N/A Carlos Valderrama Regular 29–20 (.592)
Low-A San Jose Giants California League North Lipso Nava Regular 32–22 (.593)
Rookie ACL Giants Black Arizona Complex League East Jose Montilla Regular 3–0 (1.000)
ACL Giants Orange Arizona Complex League East Greg Tagert Regular 1–2 (.333)
Foreign Rookie DSL Giants Black Dominican Summer League San Pedro Jose Montilla Regular 1–2 (.333)
DSL Giants Orange Dominican Summer League Northeast Juan Ciriaco Regular 1–2 (.333)

Source:[17]

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