SF
Giants
Today, 10:40 PM
CIN
Reds
CIN -125 O/U 8
MIA
Marlins
Today, 11:05 PM
PHI
Phillies
-- --
TB
Rays
Today, 11:05 PM
BAL
Orioles
TB -160 O/U 9
NYM
Mets
Today, 11:20 PM
ATL
Braves
-- --
BOS
Red Sox
Today, 11:37 PM
TOR
Blue Jays
TOR -135 O/U 9
CHW
White Sox
Today, 11:40 PM
MIN
Twins
CHW -120 O/U 8
WAS
Nationals
Today, 11:40 PM
CHC
Cubs
WAS -120 O/U 8.5
PIT
Pirates
Today, 11:45 PM
STL
Cardinals
STL -120 O/U 7.5
NYY
Yankees
Tomorrow, 12:05 AM
TEX
Rangers
NYY -150 O/U 8.5
MIL
Brewers
Tomorrow, 12:10 AM
KC
Royals
MIL -180 O/U 7.5
CLE
Indians
Tomorrow, 1:38 AM
LAA
Angels
LAA -120 O/U 7.5
HOU
Astros
Tomorrow, 1:40 AM
OAK
Athletics
OAK -105 O/U 8
ARI
Diamondbacks
Tomorrow, 2:10 AM
LAD
Dodgers
-- --
DET
Tigers
Tomorrow, 2:10 AM
SEA
Mariners
SEA -120 O/U 8
COL
Rockies
Tomorrow, 2:10 AM
SD
Padres
SD -235 O/U 7
San Francisco GiantsGiants
25-16
SP A.DeSclafani
3-12.14 ERA
Wed 4/21, 5:05 PM
SF +105, O/U 8
Philadelphia PhilliesPhillies
21-20
SP Z.Eflin
0-00 ERA
Wed 4/21, 5:05 PM
SF +105, O/U 8
Giants
25-16
SP A.DeSclafani
3-12.14 ERA
Phillies
21-20
SP Z.Eflin
0-00 ERA
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San Francisco Giants +105
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4.5Proj Full Score4
55.29%Proj Win %44.71%
2First Half Score2.5
48.51%First Half Win %51.49%
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% of Money 97%
% of Tickets 54%
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San Francisco Giants vsPhiladelphia Phillies Prediction

The Philadelphia Phillies are 7-3 at home this season and are solid favorites to beat the San Francisco Giants who are 5-5 on the road this season. The Phillies have a better than 55% chance of winning based on 10,000 game simulations generated one play at a time by the AccuScore Simulation Supercomputer. Phillies' starter Zach Eflin is forecasted to have a better game than Giants' starter Anthony DeSclafani. Zach Eflin has a 51% chance of having a Quality Start (QS) while Anthony DeSclafani has a 36% chance of a QS. If Zach Eflin has a quality start the Phillies has a 69% chance of winning. His simulated strikeout to walk ratio is 6.4 and he has a 54% chance of having a 5 to 1 K/BB ratio. When he has a 5/1 ratio the Phillies win 63%. In Anthony DeSclafani quality starts the Giants win 58%. He has a 26% chance of having a 5 to 1 K/BB ratio and if he does his team wins 58% of simulations. In simulations we tracked the batter for each team that was most productive based his average hits, walks and RBI per simulation. The most productive batter for the Philadelphia Phillies is Bryce Harper who averaged 2.69 hits+walks+RBI. He has a 47% chance of having a big game with 3+ Hits, Walks, RBI and if he has a big game the Phillies have a 71% chance of winning. The most productive batter for the San Francisco Giants is Donovan Solano who averaged 2.04 hits+walks+RBI. He has a 33% chance of having a big game with 3+ Hits, Walks, RBI and if he has a big game the Giants have a 54% chance of winning.

Team Summary
San Francisco Giants Summary
SF
Manager
Gabe Kapler
Runs Per Game
4.37
Opp Runs Per Game
3.49
Home Runs For
56
Home Runs Allowed
39
Philadelphia Phillies Summary
PHI
Manager
Joe Girardi
Runs Per Game
4.15
Opp Runs Per Game
4.32
Home Runs For
44
Home Runs Allowed
53
Schedule Summary
SF
Teams
PHI
41
No. Of Games
41
25-16
Record
21-20
26-15-0
ATS Record
21-20-0
63.4%
Cover%
51.2%
20-20-1
O/U Record
20-20-1
50.0%
Over%
50.0%
Schedule & Result
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Total Games: 162Record: 21-19 ATS Record: 17-18O/U Record: 20-14
Games: 162Record: 21-19 ATS: 17-18O/U: 20-14
DateOpponentScoreATSO/UB2B4/1vs. ATLvs. ATLW3-2L -1.5U 7.5NO4/3vs. ATLvs. ATLW4-0 +1.5U 8NO4/4vs. ATLvs. ATLW2-1W +1.5U 8.5YES4/5vs. NYMvs. NYMW5-3W +1.5O 7.5YES4/6vs. NYMvs. NYML4-8L +1.5O 9YES4/7vs. NYMvs. NYMW8-2W -1.5O 8.5YES4/9@ ATL@ ATLL1-8L +1.5O 7.5NO4/10@ ATL@ ATLL4-5W +1.5O 8YES4/11@ ATL@ ATLW7-6W +1.5O 9YES4/12@ NYM@ NYM-- +1.5O 8.5YES4/13@ NYM@ NYML3-4W +1.5O 6.5YES4/14@ NYM@ NYML1-5L -1.5U 8YES4/15@ NYM@ NYM-- +1.5U 6.5YES4/16vs. STLvs. STLW9-2W -1.5O 8YES4/17vs. STLvs. STLL4-9L -1.5O 8.5YES4/18vs. STLvs. STLW2-0 -1.5U 8YES4/19vs. SFvs. SFL0-2 +1.5U 8.5YES4/20vs. SFvs. SFL7-10L -1.5O 8.5YES4/21vs. SFvs. SFW6-5L -1.5O 8YES4/24@ COL@ COLL4-5W +1.5U 10.5NO4/25@ COL@ COLW7-5W -1.5O 10YES4/25@ COL@ COLL2-12L +1.5O 11.5YES4/26@ STL@ STLW2-1L -1.5U 8.5YES4/27@ STL@ STLL2-5L +1.5U 8.5YES4/28@ STL@ STLW5-3W +1.5U 8.5YES4/29@ STL@ STLL3-4L -1.5U 7YES4/30vs. NYMvs. NYMW2-1W +1.5U 8.5YES5/1vs. NYMvs. NYML4-5L -1.5O 7.5YES5/2vs. NYMvs. NYML7-8L -1.5O 9YES5/3vs. MILvs. MILW4-3L -1.5U 8.5YES5/4vs. MILvs. MILW6-5L -1.5O 7.5YES5/5vs. MILvs. MILW5-4W +1.5O 7.5YES5/6vs. MILvs. MILW2-0 +1.5U 6.5YES5/7@ ATL@ ATLW12-2W +1.5O 8YES5/8@ ATL@ ATLL7-8W +1.5O 9YES5/9@ ATL@ ATLL1-6L -1.5U 8YES5/11@ WAS@ WASW6-2W +1.5U 9NO5/12@ WAS@ WASW5-2W -1.5U 8YES5/13@ WAS@ WASL1-5L -1.5U 8YES5/14@ TOR@ TORW5-1W +1.5U 10.5YES5/15@ TOR@ TORL0-4 -1.5U 10YES5/16@ TOR@ TORL8-10L +1.5O 10YES5/18vs. MIAvs. MIA------NO5/19vs. MIAvs. MIA------YES5/20vs. MIAvs. MIA------YES5/21vs. BOSvs. BOS------YES5/22vs. BOSvs. BOS------YES5/23vs. BOSvs. BOS------YES5/24@ MIA@ MIA------YES5/25@ MIA@ MIA------YES5/26@ MIA@ MIA------YES5/27@ MIA@ MIA------YES5/29@ TB@ TB------NO5/30@ TB@ TB------YES5/31@ CIN@ CIN------YES6/1@ CIN@ CIN------YES6/2@ CIN@ CIN------YES6/4vs. WASvs. WAS------NO6/5vs. WASvs. WAS------YES6/6vs. WASvs. WAS------YES6/8vs. ATLvs. ATL------NO6/9vs. ATLvs. ATL------YES6/10vs. ATLvs. ATL------YES6/12vs. NYYvs. NYY------NO6/13vs. NYYvs. NYY------YES6/15@ LAD@ LAD------NO6/16@ LAD@ LAD------YES6/17@ LAD@ LAD------YES6/19@ SF@ SF------NO6/19@ SF@ SF------NO6/20@ SF@ SF------YES6/22vs. WASvs. WAS------NO6/23vs. WASvs. WAS------YES6/25@ NYM@ NYM------NO6/26@ NYM@ NYM------YES6/27@ NYM@ NYM------YES6/29vs. MIAvs. MIA------NO6/30vs. MIAvs. MIA------YES7/1vs. MIAvs. MIA------YES7/2vs. SDvs. SD------YES7/3vs. SDvs. SD------YES7/4vs. SDvs. SD------YES7/6@ CHC@ CHC------NO7/7@ CHC@ CHC------YES7/8@ CHC@ CHC------YES7/9@ CHC@ CHC------YES7/9@ BOS@ BOS------YES7/10@ BOS@ BOS------YES7/11@ BOS@ BOS------YES7/16vs. MIAvs. MIA------NO7/17vs. MIAvs. MIA------YES7/18vs. MIAvs. MIA------YES7/20@ NYY@ NYY------NO7/21@ NYY@ NYY------YES7/22vs. ATLvs. ATL------YES7/23vs. ATLvs. ATL------YES7/24vs. ATLvs. ATL------YES7/25vs. ATLvs. ATL------YES7/26vs. WASvs. WAS------YES7/27vs. WASvs. WAS------YES7/28vs. WASvs. WAS------YES7/29vs. WASvs. WAS------YES7/30@ PIT@ PIT------YES7/31@ PIT@ PIT------YES8/1@ PIT@ PIT------YES8/2@ WAS@ WAS------YES8/3@ WAS@ WAS------YES8/4@ WAS@ WAS------YES8/5@ WAS@ WAS------YES8/6vs. NYMvs. NYM------YES8/7vs. NYMvs. NYM------YES8/8vs. NYMvs. NYM------YES8/10vs. LADvs. LAD------NO8/11vs. LADvs. LAD------YES8/12vs. LADvs. LAD------YES8/13vs. CINvs. CIN------YES8/14vs. CINvs. CIN------YES8/15vs. CINvs. CIN------YES8/18@ ARI@ ARI------NO8/19@ ARI@ ARI------YES8/19@ ARI@ ARI------YES8/21@ SD@ SD------NO8/22@ SD@ SD------YES8/22@ SD@ SD------YES8/24vs. TBvs. TB------NO8/25vs. TBvs. TB------YES8/26vs. ARIvs. ARI------YES8/27vs. ARIvs. ARI------YES8/28vs. ARIvs. ARI------YES8/29vs. ARIvs. ARI------YES8/30@ WAS@ WAS------YES8/31@ WAS@ WAS------YES9/1@ WAS@ WAS------YES9/3@ MIA@ MIA------NO9/4@ MIA@ MIA------YES9/5@ MIA@ MIA------YES9/6@ MIL@ MIL------YES9/7@ MIL@ MIL------YES9/8@ MIL@ MIL------YES9/9vs. COLvs. COL------YES9/10vs. COLvs. COL------YES9/11vs. COLvs. COL------YES9/12vs. COLvs. COL------YES9/14vs. CHCvs. CHC------NO9/15vs. CHCvs. CHC------YES9/16vs. CHCvs. CHC------YES9/17@ NYM@ NYM------YES9/18@ NYM@ NYM------YES9/19@ NYM@ NYM------YES9/20vs. BALvs. BAL------YES9/21vs. BALvs. BAL------YES9/22vs. BALvs. BAL------YES9/23vs. PITvs. PIT------YES9/24vs. PITvs. PIT------YES9/25vs. PITvs. PIT------YES9/26vs. PITvs. PIT------YES9/28@ ATL@ ATL------NO9/29@ ATL@ ATL------YES9/30@ ATL@ ATL------YES10/1@ MIA@ MIA------YES10/2@ MIA@ MIA------YES10/3@ MIA@ MIA------YES
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First 5 Inn
First 5 Inn O/U

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-122

-123

-124

-125

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Giants Pitching
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Anthony DeSclafani
Record3 - 1
ERA2.14
Avg. IP5.7625
Phillies Pitching
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Zach Eflin
Record0 - 0
ERA0
Avg. IP--
 
Giants Lineup
3B
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Tommy La Stella
10IL
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RF
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Mike Yastrzemski
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2B
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Donovan Solano
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LF
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Alex Dickerson
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C
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Buster Posey
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1B
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Wilmer Flores
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SS
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Brandon Crawford
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CF
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Mauricio Dubón
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P
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Anthony DeSclafani
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Phillies Lineup
LF
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Andrew McCutchen
Latest News
1B
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Rhys Hoskins
Latest News
RF
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Bryce Harper
DTD
3B
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Alec Bohm
Latest News
2B
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Brad Miller
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C
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Andrew Knapp
DTD
SS
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Nick Maton
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CF
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Mickey Moniak
Latest News
P
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Zach Eflin
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SF Lineup
PHI Lineup
 
Giants Lineup
3B
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Tommy La Stella
10IL
Latest News
RF
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Mike Yastrzemski
Latest News
2B
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Donovan Solano
10IL
Latest News
LF
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Alex Dickerson
Latest News
C
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Buster Posey
Latest News
1B
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Wilmer Flores
Latest News
SS
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Brandon Crawford
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CF
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Mauricio Dubón
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P
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Anthony DeSclafani
Latest News
 
Giants Injuries
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Raffi VizcainoSF | RP
No details provided
OUT
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Luis Alexander BasabeSF | CF
Sent to minor-league camp
Basabe was ruled out for 6-to-8 weeks after suffering a significant left wrist sprain in a March 9 Cactus League game against the Brewers, so the Giants' decision to include him in this round of roster cuts hardly comes as a surprise. He'll look to get back to full health in advance of the Triple-A season, which begins in May.
OUT
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Melvin AdonSF | RP
Released and re-signed
Adon had yet to pitch in spring training while recovering from offseason shoulder surgery. By re-signing him, the Giants will be able to more closely monitor his rehab program. It's unclear when Adon will be ready to pitch again, but he'll likely have to complete a rehab assignment in the lower levels of the minors before eventually moving to Triple-A Sacramento.
OUT
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Rico GarciaSF | SP
Heading for Tommy John surgery
The 27-year-old was non-tendered by the Giants and quickly re-signed in December, but he won't pitch during 2021 due to the UCL injury. Garcia also figures to miss the early portion of 2022 while rehabbing from the surgery. He had a 5.40 ERA, 1.70 WHIP and 7:4 K:BB over 10 innings for San Francisco last season.
OUT
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Hunter BishopSF | CF
Playing in scrimmage
Bishop dealt with a sore ankle late in spring training, but he looks to be healthy again as he resumes preparation for the minor-league season. The Giants' 2019 first-round pick will likely report to Low-A San Jose or High-A Eugene once the season begins.
7IL
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Brandon BeltSF | 1B
pinch-hit appearance on tap
The 32-year-old has been playing catch-up throughout camp after undergoing heel surgery in October and then coming down with COVID-19 in January and mononucleosis in February, but he's set to make his spring debut Wednesday. There's only eight days before Opening Day, so Belt is running out of time to play the field in a spring game before the start of the season. A short trip to the injured list to open the campaign wouldn't be surprising, though the Giants have yet to indicate whether he's expected to be ready for the season opener.
DTD
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John BrebbiaSF | RP
Throwing at alternate site
He is progressing at the alternate training site and could return to the Giants bullpen in the second half.
60IL
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Reyes MorontaSF | RP
Shut down with elbow injury
After missing the entire 2020 campaign while recovery from labrum surgery for his right shoulder, Moronta looks like he could be dealing with another significant injury. The Giants have yet to comment on the severity of Moronta's elbow injury, but the fact that he's dealing with a strain rather than soreness suggests that he'll be in line to miss more than the minimum 10 days. With Moronta on the shelf, Tyler Rogers looks like the clear top setup man behind closer Jake McGee.
60IL
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Tommy La StellaSF | 2B
Still sitting Friday
The 32-year-old will be out of the starting nine for the third straight contest as he battles back tightness. La Stella still appeared off the bench in the past two games and figures to be available to pinch hit again Friday. Donovan Solano receives another start at the keystone versus lefty Austin Gomber for San Francisco.
10IL
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Jaylin DavisSF | RF
Shifts to 60-day IL
The 26-year-old was ruled out 4-to-6 weeks at the start of April with left knee tendinitis, and he'll now likely be sidelined until June. Davis was recalled as a procedural move so he could be shifted to the 60-day IL in order to free up a spot on the 40-man roster for Thairo Estrada.
60IL
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Dedniel NunezSF | SP
Set for Tommy John surgery
Nunez was pulled from a game last Friday with what was originally called "wrist pain" but which is evidently something much more serious. A typical recovery timeline would see him return to game action sometime in the middle of the 2022 season.
60IL
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Logan WebbSF | SP
No details provided
DTD
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Tyler BeedeSF | SP
Throwing at alternate site
He is progressing at the alternate training site and could return to game action in May or June. It is unclear if Beede will build up as a starter at Triple-A once he is fully healthy, or if the Giants will opt to deploy him out of the bullpen this season.
60IL
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José ÁlvarezSF | RP
Picks up win
Alvarez needed 21 pitches to get through the inning but ultimately dealt a stress-free frame and ended up with the win after the Giants took the lead the following frame. The 32-year-old southpaw now owns a 3.38 ERA, 7:5 K:BB and two holds across 5.1 innings.
10IL
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Donovan SolanoSF | SS
Remains sidelined
Solano sat out Tuesday's game with abdominal soreness and will sit for at least one more contest. With an off day Thursday, it's possible he's able to return Friday against Oakland. Mauricio Dubon will again play second base Wednesday.
10IL
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Aaron SanchezSF | SP
Struggles with control
Sanchez threw only 44 of his 82 pitches for strikes, resulting in another early hook. Through five starts, Sanchez has completed exactly five innings three times and only 4.2 frames on the other two occasions. After his last outing, manager Gabe Kapler admitted Sanchez wasn't at "his physical best," which would result in continued short outings. On the other hand, Sanchez did increase his average fastball velocity to 90.0 mph in this effort. He's currently projected to make his next start Monday at Colorado.
10IL
 
Phillies Injuries
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Adam HaseleyPHI | CF
No details provided
OUT
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Scott KingeryPHI | 3B
No details provided
DTD
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Seranthony DomínguezPHI | RP
No details provided
60IL
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Andrew KnappPHI | C
No details provided
DTD
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Bryce HarperPHI | RF
No details provided
DTD
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JoJo RomeroPHI | SP
No details provided
10IL
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J.T. RealmutoPHI | C
No details provided
DTD
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Matt JoycePHI | RF
No details provided
10IL
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Didi GregoriusPHI | SS
No details provided
DTD
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Archie BradleyPHI | RP
No details provided
10IL
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Roman QuinnPHI | CF
No details provided
10IL
SF Injuries
PHI Injuries
 
Giants Injuries
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Raffi VizcainoSF | RP
No details provided
OUT
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Luis Alexander BasabeSF | CF
Sent to minor-league camp
Basabe was ruled out for 6-to-8 weeks after suffering a significant left wrist sprain in a March 9 Cactus League game against the Brewers, so the Giants' decision to include him in this round of roster cuts hardly comes as a surprise. He'll look to get back to full health in advance of the Triple-A season, which begins in May.
OUT
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Melvin AdonSF | RP
Released and re-signed
Adon had yet to pitch in spring training while recovering from offseason shoulder surgery. By re-signing him, the Giants will be able to more closely monitor his rehab program. It's unclear when Adon will be ready to pitch again, but he'll likely have to complete a rehab assignment in the lower levels of the minors before eventually moving to Triple-A Sacramento.
OUT
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Rico GarciaSF | SP
Heading for Tommy John surgery
The 27-year-old was non-tendered by the Giants and quickly re-signed in December, but he won't pitch during 2021 due to the UCL injury. Garcia also figures to miss the early portion of 2022 while rehabbing from the surgery. He had a 5.40 ERA, 1.70 WHIP and 7:4 K:BB over 10 innings for San Francisco last season.
OUT
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Hunter BishopSF | CF
Playing in scrimmage
Bishop dealt with a sore ankle late in spring training, but he looks to be healthy again as he resumes preparation for the minor-league season. The Giants' 2019 first-round pick will likely report to Low-A San Jose or High-A Eugene once the season begins.
7IL
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Brandon BeltSF | 1B
pinch-hit appearance on tap
The 32-year-old has been playing catch-up throughout camp after undergoing heel surgery in October and then coming down with COVID-19 in January and mononucleosis in February, but he's set to make his spring debut Wednesday. There's only eight days before Opening Day, so Belt is running out of time to play the field in a spring game before the start of the season. A short trip to the injured list to open the campaign wouldn't be surprising, though the Giants have yet to indicate whether he's expected to be ready for the season opener.
DTD
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John BrebbiaSF | RP
Throwing at alternate site
He is progressing at the alternate training site and could return to the Giants bullpen in the second half.
60IL
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Reyes MorontaSF | RP
Shut down with elbow injury
After missing the entire 2020 campaign while recovery from labrum surgery for his right shoulder, Moronta looks like he could be dealing with another significant injury. The Giants have yet to comment on the severity of Moronta's elbow injury, but the fact that he's dealing with a strain rather than soreness suggests that he'll be in line to miss more than the minimum 10 days. With Moronta on the shelf, Tyler Rogers looks like the clear top setup man behind closer Jake McGee.
60IL
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Tommy La StellaSF | 2B
Still sitting Friday
The 32-year-old will be out of the starting nine for the third straight contest as he battles back tightness. La Stella still appeared off the bench in the past two games and figures to be available to pinch hit again Friday. Donovan Solano receives another start at the keystone versus lefty Austin Gomber for San Francisco.
10IL
Player Image
Jaylin DavisSF | RF
Shifts to 60-day IL
The 26-year-old was ruled out 4-to-6 weeks at the start of April with left knee tendinitis, and he'll now likely be sidelined until June. Davis was recalled as a procedural move so he could be shifted to the 60-day IL in order to free up a spot on the 40-man roster for Thairo Estrada.
60IL
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Dedniel NunezSF | SP
Set for Tommy John surgery
Nunez was pulled from a game last Friday with what was originally called "wrist pain" but which is evidently something much more serious. A typical recovery timeline would see him return to game action sometime in the middle of the 2022 season.
60IL
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Logan WebbSF | SP
No details provided
DTD
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Tyler BeedeSF | SP
Throwing at alternate site
He is progressing at the alternate training site and could return to game action in May or June. It is unclear if Beede will build up as a starter at Triple-A once he is fully healthy, or if the Giants will opt to deploy him out of the bullpen this season.
60IL
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José ÁlvarezSF | RP
Picks up win
Alvarez needed 21 pitches to get through the inning but ultimately dealt a stress-free frame and ended up with the win after the Giants took the lead the following frame. The 32-year-old southpaw now owns a 3.38 ERA, 7:5 K:BB and two holds across 5.1 innings.
10IL
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Donovan SolanoSF | SS
Remains sidelined
Solano sat out Tuesday's game with abdominal soreness and will sit for at least one more contest. With an off day Thursday, it's possible he's able to return Friday against Oakland. Mauricio Dubon will again play second base Wednesday.
10IL
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Aaron SanchezSF | SP
Struggles with control
Sanchez threw only 44 of his 82 pitches for strikes, resulting in another early hook. Through five starts, Sanchez has completed exactly five innings three times and only 4.2 frames on the other two occasions. After his last outing, manager Gabe Kapler admitted Sanchez wasn't at "his physical best," which would result in continued short outings. On the other hand, Sanchez did increase his average fastball velocity to 90.0 mph in this effort. He's currently projected to make his next start Monday at Colorado.
10IL