Alex Wooden pitched 5 innings in his season debut and 4 relievers accomplished a three-hitter because the San Francisco Giants scored an unearned run Sunday to beat the Miami Marlins 1-Zero and avert a sequence sweep.
Wooden (1-Zero), getting back from a again downside that sidelined him halfway by way of spring coaching, allowed three hits and walked none. The left-hander signed a $Three million, one-year contract after pitching for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2020.
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Tyler Rogers pitched an ideal ninth for his first save to finish the Giants’ third shutout of their previous seven video games. Nearer Jake McGee, who blew a save in San Francisco’s 10-inning loss Saturday evening, went on the injured record Sunday as a result of he was feeling lingering results from the COVID-19 vaccine.
The Giants retired the final 13 batters.
Pablo López (Zero-2) had a career-high 9 strikeouts and allowed solely an unearned run in six innings.
The Giants had a runner at first within the third when first baseman Jesús Aguilar didn’t glove a two-out grounder for an error, and Alex Dickerson adopted with an RBI single.
The Marlins totaled solely 4 baserunners and misplaced two of them. Miguel Rojas was picked off second base within the first inning, and Jazz Chisholm Jr. was out making an attempt to stretch a success right into a double within the fifth.
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DOVAL VS. DUVALL
Giants RHP Camilio Doval made his main league debut and pitched a scoreless seventh, ending the inning with a strikeout of Adam Duvall.
Giants heart fielder Austin Slater made a diving catch to rob López of an extra-base hit.
Giants: C Buster Posey (bruised left elbow) had some swelling lower than 24 hours after being hit by a pitch from Sandy Alcantara. X-rays had been detrimental.
Marlins: CF Starling Marte was batting with a 1-1 rely and two out within the ninth when he left the sphere accompanied by a coach. There was no quick phrase relating to any harm. Jorge Alfaro changed Marte and grounded out to finish the sport.
RETURNING TO PHILLY
The Giants start a three-game sequence Monday in Philadelphia, the place their supervisor, Gabe Kapler, was fired in 2019 after two seasons with the Phillies.
“I did the very best job I might each day,” Kapler mentioned. “It didn’t work out. We didn’t win sufficient. That in the end is the underside line.”
What kind of reception does he count on from the Phillies’ notoriously unforgiving followers?
“Making that prediction, I simply don’t know the place to start,” Kapler mentioned.
Giants: RHP Kevin Gausman (Zero-Zero, Three.20) is scheduled to start out Monday at Philadelphia.
Marlins: RHP Nick Neidert (Zero-Zero, four.00) is scheduled to start out Tuesday when Miami begins a two-game sequence towards the Baltimore Orioles.