San Francisco Giants Podcast with Morris Phillips: During three game no run streak by Giants Posey continues to hit for a average

June 12, 2017

MLB, San Francisco Giants

San Francisco Giants first baseman Buster Posey (28) makes the catch to beat Minnesota Twins designated hitter Robbie Grossman (36) (not shown) in the first inning during a MLB baseball game between the Minnesota Twins and the San Francisco Giants on ”Dog Days of Summer” at AT&T Park in San Francisco, California. Valerie Shoaps/CSM (Cal Sport Media via AP Images)

On the Giants podcast with Morris:

The Giants after getting a healthy 13 runs in their 13-8 victory over the visiting Minnesota Twins on Sunday had not scored any runs prior to Sunday’s game as they were shutout three times and they scored one run against the Washington Nationals in the finale of that series in which they closed the last homestand. It’s been rough for San Francisco. Your expecting good things to happen when your the Giants and the fans and media have been expecting nothing when the Giants come to bat.

It’s just hasn’t been a good year offensively for the Giants but except for one player and you don’t have to look no further than Buster Posey ESPN just wrote an article about him and here’s most of the line up struggling at the plate but Posey has been hitting pretty consistent in the neighborhood of .350 and has 20 RBIs to show for it. It’s just turning out to be a pretty bizarre year for the Giants not hitting the baseball and not scoring runs.

Morris Phillips does the Giants podcasts each Monday at



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