San Francisco Giants podcast with Morris Phillips: Heliot knows how to make an entrance from his leopard spotted cleats on up

The San Francisco Giants hitter Heliot Ramos swings for a single in the bottom of the second inning at Oracle Park in San Francisco against Miami Marlins pitcher Trevor Rogers on Sun Apr 10, 2022 (AP News photo)

On the Giants podcast with Morris:

#1 Morris what a way to break into the big leagues with a pair of hits and a run for rookie Heliot Ramos in the San Francisco Giants 3-2 win over the Miami Marlins (1-2) on Sunday to take a three game series 2-1.

#2 What turned out to be the game winning run came off the bat of Mauricio Dubon early in the game with a third inning double when Marlin pitcher Trevor Roberts threw for a error to allow Ramos to score.

#3 Ramos got a lot of support when he came up to the plate a standing ovation in his MLB debut getting a base hit and later to score on Dubon’s double. Ramos was just called up to the show from triple A Sacramento before Sunday’s game.

#4 Ramos was the 19th pick in the MLB 2017 draft it was a long time coming and what an introduction after all the hard work getting to the big leagues.

#5 Here comes one of the toughest customers in the National League to open a three game series at Oracle Park Bob Melvin and the San Diego Padres (3-1) who took the first of three from the Arizona Diamondbacks (1-3) at Chase Field. The Pads have a loaded line up and are doing it without injured Fernando Tatis Jr. The Padres will be starting right hander Nick Martinez he’ll be opposed by the Giants left hander Alex Wood. Morris how do you see this one tonight in a game you’ll be covering.

Morris Phillips does the San Francisco Giants podcasts each Monday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

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