San Francisco Giants Podcast with Morris Phillips: Posey jaws at Belt for not keeping runner on; Posey and Belt not talking to media about it

May 22, 2017

MLB, San Francisco 49ers

St. Louis Cardinals’ Stephen Piscotty bats during the eighth inning of a baseball game against the San Francisco Giants Sunday, May 21, 2017, in St. Louis. The Cardinals won 8-3. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

On the Giants podcast with Morris:

1.Giants starter Matt Cain got touched up in St Louis for five plus innings of work, gave up seven runs, nine hits, Morris discusses if this was a matter of his old condition playing a role in Sunday’s loss or it was hostile Busch Stadium as Giants Manger Bruce Bochy put it.

2.In Saturday night’s game in St Louis Giants catcher Buster Posey was shown on TV jawing at Giants first baseman Brandon Belt for not holding Cardinal runner Stephen Piscotty on first base as Piscotty took off and stole second base. Posey also was a runner at first base in the May 3rd game in Los Angeles when Belt was running at second and hit a single that Belt should have scored on and he slowed down going into third base and Posey was shown on telecast jawing again about Belt’s slow pace going into third base.

3.The Giants had a rough month and half of baseball up until mid May there has been some improvement, they’ve moved out of the cellar in the NL West but need starting pitching to stay consistent

4.Also Morris addresses if Posey is an example of one of players being upset because of there is a number of fundalmental mistakes that are being made.

Morris will be back for more Giants podcasting each week at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

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