San Francisco Giants podcast with Morris Phillips: After 100 games San Francisco with 62 loses faces an improved Bucs team

July 24, 2017

MLB, San Francisco Giants

San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy, right, talks with third baseman Eduardo Nunez before a baseball game against the Pittsburgh Pirates in San Francisco, Monday, July 24, 2017. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

On the Giants podcast with Morris Phillips:

1 The Giants played their 100th game Sunday but lost their 62nd game of 2017 at AT&T Park against the San Diego Padres it’s a season that has fans talking about surpassing the 1985 Giants a team that lost 100 games half of those at then windy Candlestick Park that year.

2 On Sunday Giants manager Bruce Bochy was frustrated that the offense couldn’t get anything going scoring runs only in the first and fourth innings

3 The Padres Wil Myers has to enjoy hitting at AT&T Park he delivered on Sunday with a hit, an RBI, has five homers this season more than any Giant player as Nick Hundley and Buster Posey both have two home runs each at AT&T. It doesn’t seem right but Posey has a total of 11 and nine hit in other parks.

4. Giants starter Ty Blach took his sixth loss of the season with a 5-2 loss to the Pads Sunday. Blach pitched seven plus, five runs, eight hits and raised his ERA to 4.5o

5. The Giants open a series against a firey Pittsburgh Pirates team that has lost two straight coming into AT&T Park but had put together some series wins that helped their cause as the Bucs are just three games out of first in the NL Central.  It’s a series that could be a handful for San Francisco.

Morris Phillips does the Giants podcast each Monday at



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