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2011 San Francisco Giants season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2011 San Francisco Giants
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record86–76 (.531)
Divisional place2nd
Other information
Owner(s)Bill Neukom (managing general partner)
General manager(s)Brian Sabean
Manager(s)Bruce Bochy
Local televisionKNTV (NBC Bay Area 11)
(Jon Miller, Mike Krukow, Duane Kuiper)
CSN Bay Area
(Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow, Dave Flemming)
Local radioKNBR (680 AM)
(Jon Miller, Dave Flemming, Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow)
KIQI (1010 AM, Spanish)
(Erwin Higueros, Tito Fuentes)
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The San Francisco Giants are an American baseball team. Their 2011 season marked their 129th year in Major League Baseball, their fifty-fourth year in San Francisco since their move from New York following the 1957 season, and their 12th in AT&T Park. They opened the 2011 season as the defending World Series champions on March 31, 2011. However, they were eliminated from post-season contention on September 24, 2011, finishing eight games behind that season's National League West champion Arizona Diamondbacks. Despite missing the playoffs, the Giants led the majors in ninth inning comebacks.

Regular season

Coming off the team's 2010 World Series success and his two-year, $22 million contract, Aubrey Huff arrived at 2011 spring training out of shape.[1][2] His OPS dropped 215 points from the previous season to .676, last among Major League first baseman in 2011.[1][3][4] Well-intentioned fans sent him thongs throughout the season in hopes of improving his fortunes.[3] Huff was accountable for his struggles contributing to the team's failure to return to the playoffs in 2011.[1][2]

Season standings

NL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
Arizona Diamondbacks 94 68 0.580 51–30 43–38
San Francisco Giants 86 76 0.531 8 46–35 40–41
Los Angeles Dodgers 82 79 0.509 11½ 42–39 40–40
Colorado Rockies 73 89 0.451 21 38–43 35–46
San Diego Padres 71 91 0.438 23 35–46 36–45


Record vs. opponents


Source: [8]
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL FLA HOU LAD MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 2–3 3–4 4–2 13–5 5–2 6–1 10–8 4–3 3–3 3–3 3–3 11–7 9–9 3–4 5–3 10–8
Atlanta 3–2 4–3 3–3 6–2 12–6 5–1 2–5 5–3 9–9 6–12 4–2 4–5 6–1 1–5 9–9 10–5
Chicago 4–3 3–4 7–11 2–4 3–3 8–7 3–3 6–10 4–2 2–5 8–8 3–3 5–4 5–10 3–4 5–10
Cincinnati 2–4 3–3 11–7 3–4 3–3 9–6 4–2 8–8 2–5 1–7 5–10 4–2 5–2 9–6 4–2 6–12
Colorado 5–13 2–6 4–2 4–3 3–3 5–2 9–9 3–6 5–2 1–4 4–3 9–9 5–13 2–4 4–3 8–7
Florida 2–5 6–12 3–3 3–3 3–3 6–1 3–3 0–7 9–9 6–12 6–0 0–7 4–2 2–6 11–7 8–10
Houston 1–6 1–5 7–8 6–9 2–5 1–6 4–5 3–12 3–3 2–4 7–11 3–5 4–3 5–10 3–3 4–11
Los Angeles 8–10 5–2 3–3 2–4 9–9 3–3 5–4 2–4 2–5 1–5 6–2 13–5 9–9 4–3 4–2 6–9
Milwaukee 3–4 3–5 10–6 8–8 6–3 7–0 12–3 4–2 4–2 3–4 12–3 3–2 3–3 9–9 3–3 6–9
New York 3–3 9–9 2–4 5–2 2–5 9–9 3–3 5–2 2–4 7–11 4–4 4–3 2–4 3–3 8–10 9–9
Philadelphia 3–3 12–6 5–2 7–1 4–1 12–6 4–2 5–1 4–3 11–7 4–2 7–1 4–3 3–6 8–10 9–6
Pittsburgh 3–3 2–4 8–8 10–5 3–4 0–6 11–7 2–6 3–12 4–4 2–4 2–4 3–3 7–9 4–4 8–7
San Diego 7–11 5–4 3–3 2–4 9–9 7–0 5–3 5–13 2–3 3–4 1–7 4–2 6–12 3–3 3–4 6–9
San Francisco 9–9 1–6 4–5 2–5 13–5 2–4 3–4 9–9 3–3 4–2 3–4 3–3 12–6 5–2 3–4 10–5
St. Louis 4–3 5–1 10–5 6–9 4–2 6–2 10–5 3–4 9–9 3–3 6–3 9–7 3–3 2–5 2–4 8–7
Washington 3–5 9–9 4–3 2–4 3–4 7–11 3–3 2–4 3–3 10–8 10–8 4–4 4–3 4–3 4–2 8–7

Game log

Legend
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Bold Giants team member
2011 Game Log
March (0–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 March 31 @ Dodgers L 2–1 Kershaw (1–0) Lincecum (0–1) Broxton (1) 56,000 0–1
April (13–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
2 April 1 @ Dodgers L 4–3 Billingsley (1–0) Sánchez (0–1) Broxton (2) 44,834 0–2
3 April 2 @ Dodgers W 10–0 Cain (1–0) Lilly (0–1) 40,809 1–2
4 April 3 @ Dodgers L 7–5 Kuroda (1–0) Runzler (0–1) Broxton (3) 50,896 1–3
5 April 5 @ Padres L 3–1 Harang (1–0) Bumgarner (0–1) Bell (2) 43,146 1–4
6 April 6 @ Padres W 8–4 Lincecum (1–1) Stauffer (0–1) Ramírez (1) 24,368 2–4
7 April 8 Cardinals W 5–4 (12) Runzler (1–1) Tallet (0–1) 42,048 3–4
8 April 9 Cardinals W 3–2 Ramírez (1–0) Franklin (0–1) 41,742 4–4
9 April 10 Cardinals L 6–1 Lohse (1–1) Zito (0–1) 42,092 4–5
10 April 11 Dodgers L 6–1 Kershaw (2–1) Bumgarner (0–2) 40,870 4–6
11 April 12 Dodgers W 5–4 Affeldt (1–0) Hawksworth (1–1) Wilson (1) 41,960 5–6
12 April 13 Dodgers W 4–3 Sánchez (1–1) Lilly (0–2) Wilson (2) 42,060 6–6
13 April 15 @ Diamondbacks W 5–2 Cain (2–0) Hudson (0–3) Wilson (3) 23,090 7–6
14 April 16 @ Diamondbacks W 5–3 Mota (1–0) Saunders (0–2) Wilson (4) 25,590 8–6
15 April 17 @ Diamondbacks L 6–5 (12) Collmenter (1–0) Runzler (1–2) 26,195 8–7
16 April 18 @ Rockies W 8–1 Lincecum (2–1) Rogers (2–1) 31,079 9–7
17 April 19 @ Rockies W 6–3 Sánchez (2–1) Jiménez (0–1) Wilson (5) 30,320 10–7
18 April 20 @ Rockies L 10–2 de la Rosa (3–0) Cain (2–1) 27,758 10–8
19 April 22 Braves L 4–1 Hanson (2–3) Bumgarner (0–3) Kimbrel (5) 42,404 10–9
20 April 23 Braves L 5–2 Hudson (3–2) Lincecum (2–2) Kimbrel (6) 42,395 10–10
21 April 24 Braves L 9–6 (10) O'Flaherty (1–1) Wilson (0–1) Venters (1) 42,295 10–11
22 April 26 @ Pirates W 6–3 Romo (1–0) Hanrahan (0–1) Wilson (6) 9,832 11–11
23 April 27 @ Pirates L 2–0 McDonald (1–2) Bumgarner (0–4) Hanrahan (7) 9,048 11–12
24 April 28 @ Pirates W 5–2 Vogelsong (1–0) Karstens (2–1) Wilson (7) 14,747 12–12
25 April 29 @ Nationals L 3–0 Marquis (3–0) Lincecum (2–3) 21,399 12–13
26 April 30 @ Nationals W 2–1 Mota (2–0) Lannan (2–3) Wilson (8) 28,766 13–13
May (16–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
27 May 1 @ Nationals L 5–2 Zimmermann (2–4) Cain (2–2) Storen (5) 21,611 13–14
28 May 2 @ Nationals L 2–0 Gorzelanny (1–2) Bumgarner (0–5) Storen (6) 15,342 13–15
29 May 3 @ Mets W 7–6 (10) López (1–0) Buchholz (1–1) Wilson (9) 32,288 14–15
30 May 4 @ Mets W 2–0 Lincecum (3–3) Capuano (2–3) Wilson (10) 29,333 15–15
31 May 5 @ Mets L 5–2 Pelfrey (2–3) Sánchez (2–2) Rodríguez (7) 23,433 15–16
32 May 6 Rockies W 4–3 Wilson (1–1) Paulino (0–2) 41,982 16–16
33 May 7 Rockies W 3–2 Wilson (2–1) Paulino (0–3) 41,611 17–16
34 May 8 Rockies W 3–0 Vogelsong (2–0) de la Rosa (4–1) Wilson (11) 42,132 18–16
35 May 10 Diamondbacks W 1–0 Wilson (3–1) Hernandez (2–1) 41,039 19–16
36 May 11 Diamondbacks W 4–3 Sánchez (3–2) Galarraga (3–3) Wilson (12) 41,026 20–16
37 May 12 Diamondbacks W 3–2 Cain (3–2) Hudson (3–5) López (1) 41,126 21–16
38 May 13 @ Cubs L 11–4 Dempster (2–4) Bumgarner (0–6) 37,433 21–17
39 May 14 @ Cubs W 3–0 (6) Vogelsong (3–0) Davis (0–1) 39,706 22–17
May 15 @ Cubs Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for June 28
40 May 16 @ Rockies L 7–4 Mortensen (1–0) Lincecum (3–4) Street (13) 33,228 22–18
41 May 17 @ Rockies L 5–3 Belisle (4–2) Sánchez (3–3) Street (14) 41,105 22–19
42 May 18 @ Dodgers W 8–5 Wilson (4–1) Cormier (0–1) 30,421 23–19
43 May 19 @ Dodgers W 3–1 Bumgarner (1–6) Billingsley (2–4) Wilson (13) 34,248 24–19
44 May 20 Athletics W 2–1 (10) López (2–0) Fuentes (1–5) 42,224 25–19
45 May 21 Athletics W 3–0 Lincecum (4–4) Anderson (2–4) 42,152 26–19
46 May 22 Athletics W 5–4 (11) Romo (2–0) Fuentes (1–6) 42,288 27–19
47 May 24 Marlins L 5–1 Nolasco (4–0) Cain (3–3) Núñez (18) 41,165 27–20
48 May 25 Marlins L 7–6 (12) Webb (1–3) Mota (2–1) Badenhop (1) 41,037 27–21
49 May 26 Marlins L 1–0 Sánchez (4–1) Vogelsong (3–1) 41,472 27–22
50 May 27 @ Brewers W 5–4 Lincecum (5–4) Marcum (6–2) Wilson (14) 37,034 28–22
51 May 28 @ Brewers L 3–2 Axford (1–1) Mota (2–2) 42,512 28–23
52 May 29 @ Brewers L 6–0 Gallardo (7–2) Cain (3–4) 43,035 28–24
53 May 30 @ Cardinals W 7–3 Bumgarner (2–6) McClellan (6–2) 40,849 29–24
54 May 31 @ Cardinals L 4–3 Franklin (1–3) López (2–1) Salas (10) 37,748 29–25
June (17–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
55 June 1 @ Cardinals W 7–5 (11) Romo (3–0) Franklin (1–4) Wilson (15) 35,775 30–25
56 June 2 @ Cardinals W 12–7 Sánchez (4–3) Lynn (0–1) Affeldt (1) 34,104 31–25
57 June 3 Rockies W 3–1 Cain (4–4) Nicasio (1–1) Wilson (16) 41,021 32–25
58 June 4 Rockies L 2–1 Chacín (6–4) Bumgarner (2–7) Street (15) 41,046 32–26
59 June 5 Rockies W 2–1 Vogelsong (4–1) Lindstrom (0–1) Wilson (17) 41,369 33–26
60 June 6 Nationals W 5–4 (13) Lopez (3–1) Stammen (0–1) 41,180 34–26
61 June 7 Nationals L 2–1 Zimmermann (4–6) Sánchez (4–4) Storen (12) 41,786 34–27
62 June 8 Nationals W 3–1 Cain (5–4) Burnett (1–3) 41,738 35–27
63 June 9 Reds L 3–0 Cueto (3–2) Bumgarner (2–8) Cordero (12) 41,106 35–28
64 June 10 Reds W 3–2 Wilson (5–1) Arredondo (0–1) 41,686 36–28
65 June 11 Reds L 10–2 Leake (6–2) Lincecum (5–5) 41,735 36–29
66 June 12 Reds W 4–2 Ramírez (2–0) Arredondo (0–2) Wilson (18) 42,084 37–29
67 June 14 @ Diamondbacks W 6–5 Cain (6–4) Collmenter (4–2) Wilson (19) 23,746 38–29
68 June 15 @ Diamondbacks W 5–2 Bumgarner (3–8) Saunders (3–7) Wilson (20) 24,194 39–29
69 June 16 @ Diamondbacks L 3–2 (10) Hernandez (3–2) Casilla (0–1) 23,468 39–30
70 June 17 @ Athletics L 5–2 Godfrey (1–0) Lincecum (5–6) Bailey (3) 36,067 39–31
71 June 18 @ Athletics L 4–2 Ziegler (2–0) Sánchez (4–5) Bailey (4) 36,067 39–32
72 June 19 @ Athletics L 2–1 Cahill (7–5) Affeldt (1–1) Fuentes (12) 36,067 39–33
73 June 21 Twins L 9–2 Pavano (5–5) Bumgarner (3–9) 41,958 39–34
74 June 22 Twins W 5–1 Vogelsong (5–1) Blackburn (6–5) 41,886 40–34
75 June 23 Twins W 2–1 Lincecum (6–6) Duensing (4–7) Wilson (21) 42,481 41–34
76 June 24 Indians W 4–3 Casilla (1–1) Carrasco (7–4) Wilson (22) 41,690 42–34
77 June 25 Indians W 1–0 Cain (7–4) Masterson (5–6) Wilson (23) 42,130 43–34
78 June 26 Indians W 3–1 Bumgarner (4–9) Carmona (4–10) Affeldt (2) 41,978 44–34
79 June 28 From May 15 @ Cubs W 13–7 Vogelsong (6–1) Davis (1–7) 39,157 45–34
80 June 28‡ @ Cubs W 6–2 Zito (1–1) López (0–2) Wilson (24) 38,360 46–34
81 June 29 @ Cubs L 2–1 Mármol (2–2) Romo (3–1) 37,221 46–35
82 June 30 @ Cubs L 5–2 (13) Grabow (1–0) Ramírez (2–1) 38,158 46–36
July (15–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
83 July 1 @ Tigers W 4–3 Wilson (6–1) Valverde (2–3) Affeldt (3) 35,583 47–36
84 July 2 @ Tigers W 15–3 Zito (2–1) Scherzer (9–4) Mota (1) 38,983 48–36
85 July 3 @ Tigers L 6–3 Porcello (7–6) Affeldt (1–2) Valverde (20) 31,904 48–37
86 July 4 Padres L 5–3 Richard (5–9) Lincecum (6–7) Bell (25) 42,300 48–38
87 July 5 Padres L 5–3 Stauffer (5–5) Cain (7–5) Bell (26) 41,403 48–39
88 July 6 Padres W 6–5 (14) Lopez (4–1) Neshek (1–1) 41,916 49–39
89 July 7 Padres W 2–1 Zito (3–1) Luebke (2–3) Wilson (25) 41,521 50–39
90 July 8 Mets L 5–2 Beato (2–1) Wilson (6–2) Rodríguez (23) 41,028 50–40
91 July 9 Mets W 3–1 Lincecum (7–7) Capuano (8–8) Romo (1) 42,117 51–40
92 July 10 Mets W 4–2 Cain (8–5) Pelfrey (5–8) Wilson (26) 42,123 52–40
93 July 14 @ Padres W 6–2 (12) Casilla (2–1) Gregerson (2–3) Wilson (27) 32,292 53–40
94 July 15 @ Padres W 6–1 Lincecum (8–7) Moseley (2–9) 42,055 54–40
95 July 16 @ Padres L 11–3 Luebke (3–3) Zito (3–2) 42,024 54–41
96 July 17 @ Padres W 4–3 (11) Lopez (5–1) Qualls (4–4) Wilson (28) 36,351 55–41
97 July 18 Dodgers W 5–0 Vogelsong (7–1) Billingsley (8–8) 42,323 56–41
98 July 19 Dodgers W 5–3 Bumgarner (5–9) Kuo (0–1) Wilson (29) 42,391 57–41
99 July 20 Dodgers L 1–0 Kershaw (11–4) Lincecum (8–8) Guerra (6) 42,487 57–42
100 July 22 Brewers L 4–2 Marcum (9–3) Cain (8–6) Axford (27) 42,297 57–43
101 July 23 Brewers W 4–2 Vogelsong (8–1) Wolf (6–8) Wilson (30) 42,277 58–43
102 July 24 Brewers W 2–1 Bumgarner (6–9) Gallardo (11–7) Wilson (31) 42,262 59–43
103 July 26 @ Phillies L 7–2 Worley (7–1) Zito (3–3) 45,740 59–44
104 July 27 @ Phillies W 2–1 Cain (9–6) Hamels (12–6) Wilson (32) 45,800 60–44
105 July 28 @ Phillies W 4–1 Lincecum (9–8) Kendrick (5–5) Wilson (33) 45,646 61–44
106 July 29 @ Reds L 4–3 (13) Arredondo (2–3) Wilson (6–3) 29,016 61–45
107 July 30 @ Reds L 7–2 Leake (9–6) Bumgarner (6–10) 40,402 61–46
108 July 31 @ Reds L 9–0 Cueto (7–4) Zito (3–4) 37,864 61–47
August (11–18)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
109 August 1 Diamondbacks L 5–2 Kennedy (13–3) Cain (9–7) Putz (25) 42,366 61–48
110 August 2 Diamondbacks L 6–1 Hudson (11–7) Lincecum (9–9) 42,332 61–49
111 August 3 Diamondbacks W 8–1 Vogelsong (9–1) Marquis (8–6) 42,477 62–49
112 August 4 Phillies L 3–0 Lee (11–7) Bumgarner (6–11) 42,013 62–50
113 August 5 Phillies L 9–2 Worley (8–1) Sánchez (4–6) 42,165 62–51
114 August 6 Phillies L 2–1 Hamels (13–6) Cain (9–8) 42,183 62–52
115 August 7 Phillies W 3–1 Lincecum (10–9) Oswalt (4–7) Wilson (34) 42,366 63–52
116 August 8 Pirates L 5–0 Morton (9–6) Vogelsong (9–2) 42,405 63–53
117 August 9 Pirates W 6–0 Bumgarner (7–11) McDonald (7–6) 42,648 64–53
118 August 10 Pirates L 9–2 Karstens (9–6) Sánchez (4–7) 42,603 64–54
119 August 12 @ Marlins L 2–1 Nolasco (9–8) Cain (9–9) Núñez (32) 22,431 64–55
120 August 13 @ Marlins W 3–0 Lincecum (11–9) Vasquez (7–10) Wilson (35) 25, 013 65–55
121 August 14 @ Marlins W 5–2 Vogelsong (10–2) Volstad (5–9) Ramírez (2) 20,020 66–55
122 August 15 @ Braves L 5–4 Martínez (1–2) Wilson (6–4) 23,498 66–56
123 August 16 @ Braves L 2–1 (11) Arodys Vizcaíno (1–0) Lopez (5–2) 22,108 66–57
124 August 17 @ Braves W 7–5 Cain (10–9) Jurrjens (12–5) 22,202 67–57
125 August 18 @ Braves L 1–0 Minor (3–2) Lincecum (11–10) Kimbrel (37) 30,720 67–58
126 August 19 @ Astros L 6–0 Rodríguez (9–9) Vogelsong (10–3) 26,259 67–59
127 August 20 @ Astros L 7–5 Lyles (2–7) Bumgarner (7–12) Melancon (13) 29,046 67–60
128 August 21 @ Astros W 6–4 (11) Affeldt (2–2) Melancon (6–4) Ramírez (3) 25,838 68–60
129 August 23 Padres L 7–5 Hamren (1–0) Ramírez (2–2) Bell (35) 41,288 68–61
130 August 24 Padres W 2–1 Lincecum (12–10) Stauffer (8–10) Casilla (1) 41,542 69–61
131 August 25 Astros L 3–1 Sosa (1–2) Vogelsong (10–4) Melancon (14) 41,115 69–62
132 August 26 Astros W 2–1 Bumgarner (8–12) Happ (4–15) Casilla (2) 41,438 70–62
133 August 27 Astros W 2–1 (10) Affeldt (3–2) Rodriguez (2–3) 42,318 71–62
134 August 28 Astros L 4–3 (11) Melancon (7–4) Ramírez (2–3) Carpenter (1) 41,681 71–63
135 August 29 Cubs L 7–0 Wells (6–4) Lincecum (12–11) 41,063 71–64
136 August 30 Cubs L 5–2 Garza (7–10) Vogelsong (10–5) Mármol (31) 41,165 71–65
137 August 31 Cubs W 4–0 Bumgarner (9–12) Lopez (4–6) 41,099 72–65
September (14–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
138 September 2 Diamondbacks W 6–2 Cain (11–9) Saunders (9–12) 40,948 73–65
139 September 3 Diamondbacks L 7–2 Kennedy (18–4) Lincecum (12–12) 41,915 73–66
140 September 4 Diamondbacks L 4–1 Hudson (15–9) Vogelsong (10–6) Putz (36) 42,222 73–67
141 September 5 @ Padres W 7–2 Bumgarner (10–12) Stauffer (8–12) 25,066 74–67
142 September 6 @ Padres W 6–4 Surkamp (1–0) LeBlanc (2–5) Ramírez (4) 21,866 75–67
143 September 7 @ Padres L 3–1 Harang (13–5) Cain (11–10) Bell (36) 18,173 75–68
144 September 9 Dodgers L 2–1 Kershaw (18–5) Casilla (2–2) Guerra (17) 41,902 75–69
145 September 10 Dodgers L 3–0 Eveland (2–0) Vogelsong (10–7) Guerra (18) 42,121 75–70
146 September 11 Dodgers W 8–1 Bumgarner (11–12) Kuroda (11–16) 41,466 76–70
147 September 12 Padres W 8–3 Surkamp (2–0) Harang (13–6) 41,069 77–70
148 September 13 Padres W 3–2 (12) Ramírez (3–3) Brach (0–2) 41,510 78–70
149 September 14 Padres W 3–1 Lincecum (13–12) Latos (7–14) Casilla (3) 41,209 79–70
150 September 15 @ Rockies W 8–5 Vogelsong (11–7) Chacín (11–12) Casilla (4) 34,364 80–70
151 September 16 @ Rockies W 9–1 Bumgarner (12–12) White (3–2) 47,302 81–70
152 September 17 @ Rockies W 6–5 Joaquin (1–0) Street (1–4) Casilla (5) 38,961 82–70
153 September 18 @ Rockies W 12–5 Cain (12–10) Rogers (6–6) 31,875 83–70
154 September 20 @ Dodgers L 2–1 Kershaw (20–5) Lincecum (13–13) Guerra (19) 32,526 83–71
155 September 21 @ Dodgers W 8–5 Vogelsong (12–7) Eveland (2–2) Wilson (36) 32,334 84–71
156 September 22 @ Dodgers L 8–2 Kuroda (13–16) Bumgarner (12–13) 37,560 84–72
157 September 23 @ Diamondbacks L 3–1 Hernandez (5–3) Cain (12–11) Putz (44) 42,606 84–73
158 September 24 @ Diamondbacks L 15–2 Kennedy (21–4) Surkamp (2–1) 49,076 84–74
159 September 25 @ Diamondbacks L 5–2 Collmenter (10–10) Lincecum (13–14) Putz (45) 41,243 84–75
160 September 26 Rockies W 3–1 Vogelsong (13–7) Chacín (11–14) Casilla (6) 41,956 85–75
161 September 27 Rockies W 7–0 Bumgarner (13–13) White (3–4) 42,370 86–75
162 September 28 Rockies L 6–3 Pomeranz (2–1) Surkamp (2–2) Betancourt (8) 41,873 86–76
† Shortened game (rain)
Double-header

Roster

2011 San Francisco Giants
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Manager

Coaches

Regular season stats

Batting

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; R = Runs scored; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; AVG = Batting average; SB = Stolen bases

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG SB
Eli Whiteside 82 213 14 42 8 2 4 17 .197 2
Aubrey Huff 150 521 45 128 27 1 12 59 .246 5
Freddy Sanchez 60 239 21 69 15 1 3 24 .289 0
Brandon Crawford 66 196 22 40 5 2 3 21 .204 1
Pablo Sandoval 117 426 55 134 26 3 23 70 .315 2
Cody Ross 121 405 54 97 25 0 14 52 .240 5
Andrés Torres 112 348 50 77 24 1 4 19 .221 19
Nate Schierholtz 115 335 42 93 22 1 9 41 .278 7
Aaron Rowand 108 331 34 77 22 2 4 21 .233 2
Miguel Tejeda 91 322 28 77 16 0 4 26 .239 4
Mike Fontenot 85 220 22 50 15 3 4 21 .227 5
Jeff Keppinger 56 216 17 55 11 0 2 15 .255 0
Brandon Belt 63 187 21 42 6 1 9 18 .225 3
Pat Burrell 92 183 17 42 9 1 7 21 .230 0
Carlos Beltrán 44 167 17 54 9 4 7 18 .323 1
Buster Posey 45 162 17 46 5 0 4 21 .284 3
Chris Stewart 67 162 20 33 8 0 3 10 .204 0
Emmanuel Burriss 59 137 14 28 1 0 0 4 .204 11
Orlando Cabrera 39 126 4 28 3 0 1 13 .222 2
Mark Derosa 47 86 9 24 2 0 0 12 .279 1
Brett Pill 15 50 7 15 3 2 2 9 .300 0
Justin Christian 18 47 6 12 5 0 0 4 .255 3
Bill Hall 16 38 6 6 2 0 0 1 .158 2
Héctor Sánchez 13 31 0 8 2 0 0 1 .258 0
Conor Gillaspie 15 19 2 5 0 0 1 2 .263 0
Darren Ford 26 14 7 4 0 0 0 0 .286 7
Ryan Rohlinger 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0

Pitching

Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; R = Runs allowed; ER = Earned runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; K = Strikeouts

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER BB K
Matt Cain 12 11 2.88 33 33 0 221.2 177 82 71 63 179
Tim Lincecum 13 14 2.74 33 33 0 217.0 176 74 66 86 220
Madison Bumgarner 13 13 3.21 33 33 0 204.2 202 82 73 46 191
Ryan Vogelsong 13 7 2.71 30 28 0 179.2 164 62 54 61 139
Jonathan Sánchez 4 7 4.26 19 19 0 101.1 80 54 48 66 102
Guillermo Mota 2 2 3.81 52 0 1 80.1 71 34 34 30 77
Ramón Ramírez 3 3 2.62 66 0 4 68.2 54 24 20 26 66
Jeremy Affeldt 3 2 2.63 67 0 3 61.2 47 22 18 24 54
Brian Wilson 6 4 3.11 57 0 36 55.0 50 20 19 31 54
Barry Zito 3 4 5.87 13 9 0 53.2 51 35 35 24 32
Javier López 5 2 2.72 70 0 1 53.0 42 16 16 26 40
Santiago Casilla 2 2 1.74 49 0 6 51.2 33 11 10 25 45
Sergio Romo 3 1 1.50 65 0 1 48.0 29 8 8 5 70
Dan Runzler 1 2 6.26 31 1 0 27.1 29 21 19 16 25
Eric Surkamp 2 2 5.74 6 6 0 26.2 32 18 17 17 13
Steve Edlefsen 0 0 9.53 13 0 0 11.1 17 12 12 10 6
Waldis Joaquín 1 0 4.26 5 0 0 6.1 6 3 3 3 3

See also

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Fresno Grizzlies Pacific Coast League Steve Decker
AA Richmond Flying Squirrels Eastern League Dave Machemer
A San Jose Giants California League Andy Skeels
A Augusta GreenJackets South Atlantic League Lipso Nava
A-Short Season Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Northwest League Tom Trebelhorn
Rookie AZL Giants Arizona League Mike Goff

References

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  8. ^ baseball-reference.com Head-to-Head Records

External links

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