San Francisco Giants podcast with Morris Phillips: Wotus “class act” toasts manager and coaches after Giants first victory on Saturday

San Francisco Giants left fielder Austin Slater makes a catch on a ball hit by Los Angeles Dodgers’ Corey Seager during the sixth inning of a baseball game Saturday, July 25, 2020, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

On the Giants podcast with Morris Phillips:

#1 Giants manager Gabe Kapler said that Ron Wotus offered a toast with a bottle of wine after Saturday’s first Giants win of the season 5-4 over the Dodgers in the video room at Dodger Stadium saying Wotus is a class act.

#2 The Giants bullpen nearly fell apart in the late innings trying to keep the Dodgers hitters off balance but were able to get the outs and bail out and hold a lead.

#3 The Giants took game four on Sunday 3-1 to get a split against the Dodgers one of the toughest teams on the MLB docket. The Giants got a key home run from Mauricio Dubon to help launch the win.

#4 Left fielder Austin Slater on Saturday made a spectacular sixth inning catch not before he hit his hip into the outfield wall and sat and rested on Sunday.

#5 Morris talk about Kapler’s gamesmanship by not announcing the starting pitcher until the beginning of each game. Not even the pitcher of record has any idea who will be the starter before each game.

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