San Francisco Giants Podcast with Michael Duca and Jerry Feitelberg: Nunez being showcased won’t be moved from third base

July 19, 2017

MLB, San Francisco Giants

San Francisco Giants’ Eduardo Nunez, right, celebrates with teammates after singling to score Kelby Tomlinson (37) for the winning run during the tenth inning of a baseball game against the Cleveland Indians in San Francisco, Tuesday, July 18, 2017. The Giants won 2-1 in ten innings. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

On the Giants podcast with Miguel and Jerry:

1 San Francisco Giants third baseman Eduardo Nunez got the gamer for San Francisco on Tuesday night for a 2-1 win over Cleveland in the tenth inning and is well sought after as the Boston Red Sox was named as one of those teams who interested

2 The win Tuesday helped San Francisco avoid getting into the loss column for the 60th time and the Giants avoided their fourth straight loss

3 Giants pitcher Ty Blach had a great outing against the defending Champs going seven innings, seven hits, and one earned run

4 Manager Bruce Bochy said no to the possibility of switching first baseman Jae Gyun Hwang to third after Hwang’s throwing error on Monday and using Ed Nunez at first base.

5 Matt Cain goes to the mound today against Cleveland he’s struggled in his last few outings and he’s looking to try and get back on the winning track Cain is 3-8

Michael Duca does the Giants podcasts each Wednesday and Jerry Feitelberg does A’s podcasts each week at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

 

 

 

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