MLB Game Recap - San Francisco at Seattle
Thu Sep 17, 2020 4:10 PM EDT

BOS
5
MIA
3
F
MIN
3
CHW
4
F
ARI
3
LAA
7
F
SF
6
SEA
4
F
TB
3
BAL
1
F
STL
1
PIT
5
F
NYM
10
PHI
6
F
TOR
7
NYY
10
F
TEX
1
HOU
2
F
CLE
10
DET
3
F
BAL
6
TB
10
F
LAD
9
COL
3
F

September 17, 2020 4:10 PM

Final

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

R

H

E

San Francisco (25-24)

0

1

0

0

0

2

3

0

0

6

9

1

Seattle (22-28)

0

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

7

0

W: Garcia (1-1)

L: Graveman (0-3)

S: Selman (1)

SF - HR: Ruf (4)

SEA - HR: none

Giants beat Mariners again in road game playing at home
Thu Sep 17, 2020 7:55 PM

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Wilmer Flores hit a go-ahead, two-run triple in the seventh inning of the Giants' 6-4 win Thursday that sent the Mariners their second home defeat played in San Francisco's ballpark because of dangerous air quality in Seattle.

The series was moved to the Bay Area from Seattle because of smoke from West Coast wildfires. The nomadic Mariners headed to San Diego for three more "home" games at Petco Park.

Darin Ruf homered in the second inning to back Giants starter Tyler Anderson, who hurt his own cause when he was ejected in the bottom of the third by plate umpire Edwin Moscoso for emphatically expressing his displeasure with a walk to Kyle Lewis.

Wandy Peralta followed Anderson and threw 49 pitches over a career-high three innings, and Rico Garcia (1-0) worked one inning for his first major league win. Sam Selman finished for his first career save, stranding two runners when Kyle Lewis lined out and Kyle Seager flied out.

JP Crawford hit a two-run single in the second following RBI singles by Tim Lopes and Phillip Ervin, but Seattle's bullpen couldn't hold a three-run lead.

Seattle lefty Nick Margevicius was staked to an early lead but Kendall Graveman (0-3) couldn't hold it. The Mariners capitalized in the second after Anderson hit Seager in the backside.

Brandon Crawford contributed a sacrifice fly and Evan Longoria and Alex Dickerson RBI singles for the Giants.

Austin Slater returned at designated hitter for San Francisco and went 0 for 2 with a walk as he works back from a painful right elbow. Luis Basabe singled in the sixth for his first career hit.

SMOAK NOT SMOKE

Justin Smoak made his Giants home debut as a pinch hitter in the sixth facing his former club after he signed a minor league deal earlier this month following his release by the Brewers.

TOSSED

Anderson, who was trying to win consecutive starts for the first time this season, received his second career ejection. The other was Aug. 13, 2016, while with Colorado.

TRAINER'S ROOM

Mariners: LF Dylan Moore was in the lineup and batted second a day after getting hit in the head by a pitch. He did some pregame work to make sure the Mariners didn't need to make a last-minute change. Moore told manager Scott Servais he wanted to play. "Personal experience I've had it happen to me. As a player you kind of think nothing can hurt you. It's a mental thing you get in there, you battle, you go get up there ready to get your next hit," Servais said. "That's what you're thinking. You kind of put it behind you and move forward."

Giants: RF Mike Yastrzemski left the game in the third with tightness in his right calf. ... RHP Kevin Gausman, who didn't pitch Sunday as planned because of elbow soreness, is progressing well and should be ready to pitch during this weekend's Bay Bridge Series at Oakland. ... RHP Reyes Moronta (right shoulder surgery) threw in Sacramento on Wednesday and came out of it fine after throwing up to 85 mph with a strong slider. He still could get into a major league game by season's end though no plans are set. ... Slater will likely "attempt some catch play" in the next week, Kapler said, to see whether it makes sense for him to play the outfield again this season.

ACQUISITION

Seattle acquired minor league right-hander Matt Brash from the Padres to complete a trade that sent right-hander Taylor Williams to San Diego on Aug. 31.

UP NEXT

The Giants hadn't listed a starter for Friday night at Oakland opposite Athletics right-hander Chris Bassitt.

Seattle LHP Yusei Kikuchi (2-3, 5.35 ERA) pitches the opener vs. San Diego.

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Pitchers of Record

San Francisco IP H ER BB K ERA WHIP
R. Garcia (W, 1-1) 1 0 0 1 1 0.00 1.000
S. Selman (S, 1) 1 0 0 1 1 0.00 1.000
Seattle IP H ER BB K ERA WHIP
K. Graveman (L, 0-3) 0.2 2 3 1 1 40.50 4.500

Batting Leaders

San Francisco AB H R HR RBI BB TB SB RC
W. Flores 4 2 2 0 2 1 4 0 2.6
D. Ruf 2 1 1 1 1 0 4 0 2.0
Seattle AB H R HR RBI BB TB SB RC
L. Torrens 3 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0.6
K. Seager 4 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0.6

Team Comparison

SF SEA
At Bats 32 34
Hits 9 7
Batting Average .281 .206
On Base Percentage .429 .325
Slugging Percentage 0.469 0.206
Doubles 1 0
Triples 1 0
Home Runs 1 0
Total Bases 15 7
Walks 7 4
Strikeouts 4 12
Stolen Bases 1 1
Caught Stealing 0 0
Runners Left On Base 9 9
Hits / At Bats with Runners In Scoring Position 3/11 4/12
Double Plays Fielded 1 5
Errors 1 0

2020 Regular Season - SF Leads Series 4-0

Date Result Winner Loser
Tue Sep 8 SEA 5 @ SF 6 T. Rogers A. Misiewicz
Wed Sep 9 SEA 1 @ SF 10 T. Anderson N. Margevicius
Wed Sep 16 SF 9 @ SEA 3 T. Cahill L. Newsome
Thu Sep 17 SF 6 @ SEA 4 R. Garcia K. Graveman

Game Information

Stadium: Oracle Park, San Francisco, California
Attendance: 0
Game Time: 3:34
Weather: 70F, Partly Cloudy
Wind:
Umpires: Home Plate - ?, First Base - ?, Second Base - ?, Third Base - ?