Tag Archives: Tyler Beede

Giants get first hand lesson in St. Louis on how to grind, Cardinals win 3-1

September 3, 2019

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By Morris Phillips The Giants proved to be battlers again Monday in St. Louis, but the Cardinals handed them a first hand lesson on how the art form works. By winning 3-1, the Cardinals improved to a National League-best 33-16 since the All-Star break, and this one came under difficult circumstances, their fifth game in […]

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Beede, Giants can’t avoid getting bit by the Snakes, Arizona takes series opener 6-4

August 27, 2019

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By Morris Phillips SAN FRANCISCO — Three thousand at-bats into a now, surprisingly, lengthy big league career–and in the midst of a breakout season–Edwin Escobar wasn’t about to overlook the opportunity afforded him in the seventh inning on Monday. Giants’ Trevor Gott was suddenly lifted by manager Bruce Bochy after it became apparent the pitcher […]

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Spinning Their Wheels: Giants fail to seize momentum in 9-5 loss to Oakland

August 14, 2019

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By Morris Phillips SAN FRANCISCO — Whatever momentum the Giants were attempting to seize Wednesday flew over the centerfield wall on the 14th pitch of the ballgame. Matt Chapman homered off Tyler Beede–the first of his two home runs on the day–and the A’s were off to the races in their 9-5 win that gained […]

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Flawed NL Wild Card hopefuls make for an intriguing, hard-to-predict stretch run

August 12, 2019

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By Morris Phillips The Giants can’t seem to keep up, but the foes they’re chasing can’t seem run away. As the weeks dwindle in the 2019 season, that reality may be the flawed Giants biggest asset. Within the crowded field of NL Wild Card hopefuls, no team can seem to separate themselves from the pack. […]

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At Home in Hotels: 2019 Giants hang their hats on road performances

July 29, 2019

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By Morris Phillips Winning road games is hard work, airports, ignoring witty fans yelling from half empty concourse sections, and maintaining focus in late inning situations while outdueling baserunners, sluggers, aggressive coaches and managers. It’s all that. 81 games a year. And apparently, the 2019 Giants are pretty good at it. It didn’t happen right […]

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San Francisco Giants podcast with Morris Phillips: Yaz goes 4-5 with two doubles; Bum gets win in narrow 7-6 final; plus more

July 29, 2019

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sfgate.com photo: San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner pitches to the San Diego Padres in the first innings in Petco Park on Sunday On the San Francisco Giants podcast with Morris: #1 You just never know whose going to contribute to the San Francisco Giants winning causes Mike Yastrzemski went 4-5 with two singles and […]

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Yastrzemski goes 4-for-5 in Giants win 7-6; Final game at Petco for Bochy

July 28, 2019

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sfgate.com photo: San Francisco Giants outfielder Mike Yastrzemski scores on a Solano Donavon single the top of the fourth at Petco Park in San Diego on Sunday By Jeremy Kahn In what was Bruce Bochy’s final game at Petco Park, the San Francisco Giants gave their manager a nice going away present. Mike Yastrzemski picked […]

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Heavy Trumps Hot: Streaking Giants cooled by the Cubs’ home run bats, 4-1

July 24, 2019

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By Morris Phillips SAN FRANCISCO — Now that the Giants have achieved some level of competency by surpassing the .500 mark in 2019, know that these two statistical numbers weigh heavily on the mind of GM Farhan Zaidi as the July 31 trade deadline fast approaches. The Giants have hit 108 home runs this season, […]

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San Francisco Giants podcast with Michael Duca: Giants’ climb to get out of the cellar a long way off

June 28, 2019

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Photo credit: mccoveychronicles.com On the Giants podcast with Michael: #1 The San Francisco Giants’ loss last night represented their fifth loss in six games and they have not been out of the NL West cellar since May. #2 They faced some solid pitching from the Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Alex Young (1-0, 1.80 ERA) who […]

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Beede’s long journey to big league success ends with 3-2 win over the Dodgers

June 17, 2019

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By Morris Phillips Eight years after Tyler Beede was drafted in the first round of the 2011 MLB draft and five years after he was again drafted in the first round of the 2014 draft and subsequently signed with the Giants, the 26-year old is a winner at the Major League level for the first […]

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