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Posey could miss time after hit on mask

Buster Posey left tonight's game in the 6th inning after taking a foul ball off his mask earlier in the night. While he passed concussion tests, Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Posey would rest a day or two if necessary.

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Giants' Posey exits after taking foul ball off mask

San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey left Wednesday's game against the Marlins as a precaution after taking a foul ball off his mask, and said he avoided serious injury.

Crawford sets career high for HRs

Brandon Crawford broke a 3-3 tie with a HR to right-center field in the sixth inning for his 11th this season -- a new career high. Follow live

Gordon triples, Marlins take lead

The Giants briefly held a one-run lead in the third before the Marlins plated three in the bottom of the inning that featured a triple from Dee Gordon, who hit an inside-the-park HR last night. Miami leads 3-1. Follow live

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Final: Marlins 5, Giants 3

Dee Gordon's first home run in over a year was an inside-the-park variety, as Gordon's 3-run sprinting HR gave the Marlins the opener in the series. Box score

Gordon touches all bases on insider

Dee Gordon's last HR was June 14, 2014. But his first of the season comes in the inside-the-park variety to give the Marlins the 3-1 lead over the Giants through 2. It's the first inside-the-park HR for Miami since 2010, extending Gordon's hit streak to 11. Follow live

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Giant additions: Cain, Peavy to pitch this week

Matt Cain and Jake Peavy are headed back to work for the San Francisco Giants. The two pitchers will start this week following lengthy stays on the disabled list.

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Candlestick demolition nearly complete

Construction crews continue taking apart the San Francisco ballpark, the former home of the Giants and 49ers, which hosted its final event last year. The site eventually will become home to a mix of houses, hotels and shops.

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Posey still on top at catcher

Giants catcher Buster Posey received 7,990,423 total votes, which ranks second in the NL. Posey is batting .300 on the season with 11 home runs and 53 RBI, a mark that has him tied for fifth in the NL. NL All-Star Voting

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Power Rankings: Giants steady at No. 8

The Giants averaged just over three runs per game through their first 36 home games this season, but finally hit their stride last week. San Francisco exploded for 38 runs in its last five home games and sit only one game out of first place in the NL West. Power Rankings

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Difference-maker in the NL West race

Jerry Crasnick says the race between the Giants and Dodgers could come down to which team stabilizes its rotation.

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Sunday's power rankings

The Baltimore Orioles, following a sweep of a doubleheader to gain a share of first in the AL East, lead our nightly list of the best in baseball.

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Andrew Susac among rookies of the week

Andrew Susac doubled and tripled on Wednesday, becoming the first Giants catcher not named Buster Posey to do both in one game since Benito Santiago in 2003. Susac also hit a three-run double in the seventh inning to help the Giants to a 7-5 win on Saturday over the Rockies. Doug Kern

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Bumgarner shows off dual threat

Madison Bumgarner became the first pitcher in more than 40 years to homer and collect his 1,000th strikeout in the same game. Bumgarner's HR and 7 2/3 innings helped the Giants beat the Rockies 6-3. (Via Elias)

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs33711th
Batting Average.2712nd
On Base Percentage.3304th
Slugging Percentage.4078th
Earned Run Average3.8514th
Quality Starts4213th
WHIP1.2612th
BAA.25116th

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