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2021 San Francisco Giants season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2021 San Francisco Giants
National League West Champions
San Francisco Giants Cap Insignia.svg
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record107–55 (.660)
Divisional place1st
Other information
Owner(s)Larry Baer (managing general partner)
President of Baseball OperationsFarhan Zaidi
Manager(s)Gabe Kapler
Local televisionKNTV (NBC Bay Area 11)
(Jon Miller, Mike Krukow, Duane Kuiper)
NBC Sports Bay Area
(Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow, Dave Flemming, Jon Miller, Shawn Estes, Javier López, Hunter Pence, JT Snow, Randy Winn)
Local radioKNBR (104.5 FM and 680 AM)
San Francisco Giants Radio Network
(Jon Miller, Dave Flemming, Duane Kuiper, Mike Krukow)
KXZM (93.7 FM, Spanish)
(Erwin Higueros, Tito Fuentes, Marvin Benard)
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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The 2021 San Francisco Giants season was the 139th season for the franchise in Major League Baseball, their 64th year in San Francisco, and their 22nd at Oracle Park. It was the Giants' second season under manager Gabe Kapler, who managed his first 162-game season with the club (after the 2020 season was shortened to 60 games because of the COVID-19 pandemic), and he led them to the best record in the league.

On September 13, the Giants clinched a spot in the postseason for the first time since 2016, and became the first team to clinch a spot in the 2021 postseason.[1] On September 29, the Giants won their 104th game of the season, which set a San Francisco era record for most wins in a season.[2] On October 3, the Giants won the National League West division title. It was their 9th division title in franchise history, and their first since 2012. It was also their 107th win of the season, which set a new franchise record for most wins in a season. It broke the previous record of 106 wins set by the 1904 New York Giants.

In the 2021 regular season, the Giants' batters led the National League in home runs (241), slugging percentage (.440), OPS (.769), intentional walks (45), pitches per plate appearance (3.99), stolen base percentage (83%), and pull percentage (30.2%).[3][4][5] They hit 18 pinch-hit home runs, a major league record.[6] Of all NL teams, they had the highest batting average (.280), on-base percentage (.368), slugging percentage (.461), and OPS (.829) from the catcher position, the highest slugging percentage (.588) and OPS (.969) from the first base position, and the most RBIs from the shortstop position (108).[7] They were second in the NL in runs (804), RBIs (768), walks (602), and batting average (.249).

The team's pitchers led the NL in fewest home runs (151), fewest walks (416), and strikeouts/walk (3.43). They tied for the league lead with 56 saves and fewest hit batters (63).[8]

Manager Gabe Kapler began the 2021 season with a coaching staff of 13 that included nine who had never been on a major league staff before he hired them, and most of them were young enough to be playing themselves.[9] In the 2021 regular season, his Giants winning percentage rose from .483 to .660, the 12 overturns caused by his challenges were tied for the most in the majors, and he was one of only two managers who were not ejected during the season.[10] He used more pinch hitters per game than any other major league manager for the second season in a row (2.60), and the second-most pitchers per game (4.7).[10]

The Giants lost in five games to the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 2021 National League Division Series.[11]

Kapler was named the Sporting News 2021 NL Manager of the Year, as 86% of his fellow National League managers voted for him.[12][13][14]

Offseason

The Giants participated in the Cactus League during spring training. The team won 11 and lost 12 of their 28 games; the remaining 5 games were tied and not included in the standings.[18]

Regular season

For the 12th consecutive year, the Giants started their season on the road.[19] They began 2021 against the Seattle Mariners, the first time that either team had opened a season with an interleague game.[20] Evan Longoria and Buster Posey became only the second pair of Giants teammates—after Benito Santiago and Ray Durham in 2003—to homer in each of the team's first two games of a season since at least 1901.[21] In mid-April the Giants shut out the Miami Marlins and Philadelphia Phillies in consecutive games, marking the club's first back-to-back team shutouts since September 2018.[22]

Facing the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field, the Giants scored 10 runs in the first inning for the first time since 1967.[23]

The Giants came back from a 7–0 deficit to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks in mid-June. Mike Yastrzemski hit a grand slam into McCovey Cove and he and Steven Duggar became the first pair of Giants teammates to each get a splash hit home run in the same game.[24]

Season standings

National League West

NL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
San Francisco Giants 107 55 0.660 54–27 53–28
Los Angeles Dodgers 106 56 0.654 1 58–23 48–33
San Diego Padres 79 83 0.488 28 45–36 34–47
Colorado Rockies 74 87 0.460 32½ 48–33 26–54
Arizona Diamondbacks 52 110 0.321 55 32–49 20–61


National League division standings

Division Leaders W L Pct.
San Francisco Giants 107 55 0.660
Milwaukee Brewers 95 67 0.586
Atlanta Braves 88 73 0.547


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Los Angeles Dodgers 106 56 0.654 +16
St. Louis Cardinals 90 72 0.556
Cincinnati Reds 83 79 0.512 7
Philadelphia Phillies 82 80 0.506 8
San Diego Padres 79 83 0.488 11
New York Mets 77 85 0.475 13
Colorado Rockies 74 87 0.460 15½
Chicago Cubs 71 91 0.438 19
Miami Marlins 67 95 0.414 23
Washington Nationals 65 97 0.401 25
Pittsburgh Pirates 61 101 0.377 29
Arizona Diamondbacks 52 110 0.321 38


Record vs. opponents

Source: NL Standings Head-to-head

Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL LAD MIA MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 3–4 2–4 5–1 9–10 3–16 2–5 1–6 1–5 4–3 4–2 8–11 2–17 1–6 3–4 4–16
Atlanta 4–3 5–2 4–3 2–4 2–4 11–8 3–3 10–9 10–9 4–3 4–2 3–3 6–1 14–5 6–14
Chicago 4–2 2–5 8–11 3–3 4–3 1–5 4–15 4–3 2–5 14–5 5–1 1–6 9–10 4–3 6–14
Cincinnati 1–5 3–4 11–8 5–2 3–3 5–2 9–10 3–3 4–2 13–6 1–6 1–6 10–9 5–2 9–11
Colorado 10–9 4–2 3–3 2–5 6–13 4–2 2–5 2–5 5–2 4–2 11–8 4–15 3–4 4–2 10–10
Los Angeles 16–3 4–2 3–4 3–3 13–6 3–4 4–3 6–1 4–2 6–0 12–7 9–10 4–3 7–0 12–8
Miami 5–2 8–11 5–1 2–5 2–4 4–3 3–3 9–10 10–9 2–5 3–4 3–4 0–6 8–11 3–17
Milwaukee 6–1 3–3 15–4 10–9 5–2 3–4 3–3 4–2 2–5 14–5 5–2 4–3 8–11 5–1 8–12
New York 5–1 9–10 3–4 3–3 5–2 1–6 10–9 2–4 9–10 3–4 4–3 1–5 2–5 11–8 9–11
Philadelphia 3–4 9–10 5–2 2–4 2–5 2–4 9–10 5–2 10–9 4–3 4–2 2–4 4–3 13–6 8–12
Pittsburgh 2–4 3–4 5–14 6–13 2–4 0–6 5–2 5–14 4–3 3–4 3–4 4–3 7–12 2–4 10–10
San Diego 11–8 2–4 1–5 6–1 8–11 7–12 4–3 2–5 3–4 2–4 4–3 8–11 3–3 4–3 14–6
San Francisco 17–2 3–3 6–1 6–1 15–4 10–9 4–3 3–4 5–1 4–2 3–4 11–8 2–4 5–2 13–7
St. Louis 6–1 1–6 10–9 9–10 4–3 3–4 6–0 11–8 5–2 3–4 12–7 3–3 4–2 2–4 11–9
Washington 4–3 5–14 3–4 2–5 2–4 0–7 11–8 1–5 8–11 6–13 4–2 3–4 2–5 4–2 10–10

Updated with the results of all games through October 3, 2021.

Game log

Legend
  Giants win
  Giants loss
  Postponement
Bold Giants team member
2021 Game Log: 107–55 (Home: 54–27; Away: 53–28)
April: 16–10 (Home: 10–3; Away: 6–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 1 @ Mariners 7–8 (10) Misiewicz (1–0) Álvarez (0–1) 8,174 0–1
2 April 2 @ Mariners 6–3 Peralta (1–0) Steckenrider (0–1) McGee (1) 8,392 1–1
3 April 3 @ Mariners 0–4 Flexen (1–0) Webb (0–1) Montero (1) 8,651 1–2
4 April 5 @ Padres 3–2 Baragar (1–0) Stammen (0–1) McGee (2) 10,350 2–2
5 April 6 @ Padres 1–3 Kela (1–0) Wisler (0–1) Melancon (3) 10,350 2–3
6 April 7 @ Padres 3–2 (10) McGee (1–0) Hill (0–1) Peralta (1) 10,350 3–3
7 April 9 Rockies 3–1 Cueto (1–0) Gomber (0–2) McGee (3) 7,390 4–3
8 April 10 Rockies 4–3 Baragar (2–0) Bowden (0–2) McGee (4) 6,176 5–3
9 April 11 Rockies 4–0 DeSclafani (1–0) Márquez (0–1) 6,560 6–3
10 April 12 Reds 0–3 Miley (2–0) Sanchez (0–1) Sims (1) 3,662 6–4
11 April 13 Reds 7–6 Peralta (2–0) Pérez (1–1) McGee (5) 3,673 7–4
12 April 14 Reds 3–0 Cueto (2–0) Mahle (1–1) McGee (6) 6,409 8–4
13 April 16 @ Marlins 1–4 Bass (1–2) Wisler (0–2) García (3) 5,734 8–5
14 April 17 @ Marlins 6–7 (10) García (2–1) García (0–1) 6,014 8–6
15 April 18 @ Marlins 1–0 Wood (1–0) López (0–2) Rogers (1) 6,129 9–6
16 April 19 @ Phillies 2–0 Gausman (1–0) Anderson (0–2) Peralta (2) 9,510 10–6
17 April 20 @ Phillies 10–7 Álvarez (1–1) Brogdon (3–1) 10,584 11–6
18 April 21 @ Phillies 5–6 Neris (1–1) Peralta (2–1) 9,537 11–7
19 April 22 Marlins 3–0 Sanchez (1–1) Castano (0–1) McGee (7) 4,580 12–7
20 April 23 Marlins 5–3 Wood (2–0) Alcántara (0–2) 6,657 13–7
21 April 24 Marlins 2–5 Floro (1–1) Santos (0–1) 8,282 13–8
22 April 25 Marlins 4–3 Webb (1–1) Campbell (0–1) Rogers (2) 7,572 14–8
23 April 26 Rockies 12–0 DeSclafani (2–0) Gomber (1–3) 4,129 15–8
24 April 27 Rockies 5–7 (10) Bard (1–1) Santos (0–2) Estévez (1) 5,595 15–9
25 April 28 Rockies 7–3 Wood (3–0) Márquez (1–2) 6,163 16–9
26 April 30 @ Padres 2–3 Darvish (3–1) Webb (1–2) Melancon (9) 15,250 16–10
May: 18–10 (Home: 5–4; Away: 13–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
27 May 1 @ Padres 2–6 Snell (1–0) DeSclafani (2–1) 15,250 16–11
28 May 2 @ Padres 7–1 Gausman (2–0) Musgrove (2–3) 15,250 17–11
May 3 @ Rockies Postponed (Rain; Makeup: May 4)
29 May 4 (1) @ Rockies 12–4 (7) Wisler (1–2) Márquez (1–3) 10,213 18–11
30 May 4 (2) @ Rockies 6–8 (7) Bowden (1–2) Doval (0–1) 10,213 18–12
31 May 5 @ Rockies 5–6 Gray (4–2) Webb (1–3) Bard (3) 9,521 18–13
32 May 7 Padres 5–4 Doval (1–1) Kela (2–2) McGee (8) 9,219 19–13
33 May 8 Padres 7–1 Gausman (3–0) Musgrove (2–4) 9,764 20–13
34 May 9 Padres 1–11 Weathers (2–1) Cueto (2–1) 10,008 20–14
35 May 10 Rangers 3–1 Wood (4–0) King (4–2) McGee (9) 7,450 21–14
36 May 11 Rangers 4–2 Webb (2–3) Lyles (1–3) McGee (10) 7,268 22–14
37 May 13 @ Pirates 3–1 DeSclafani (3–1) Crowe (0–2) Rogers (3) 4,099 23–14
38 May 14 @ Pirates 2–3 (11) Oviedo (1–1) Baragar (2–1) 6,743 23–15
39 May 15 @ Pirates 6–8 Rodríguez (2–0) McGee (1–1) 7,833 23–16
40 May 16 @ Pirates 4–1 Wood (5–0) Keller (2–5) Rogers (4) 7,356 24–16
41 May 17 @ Reds 6–3 Webb (3–3) Gray (0–3) Rogers (5) 11,004 25–16
42 May 18 @ Reds 4–2 DeSclafani (4–1) Castillo (1–6) McGee (11) 8,745 26–16
43 May 19 @ Reds 4–0 Gausman (4–0) Miley (4–4) 10,326 27–16
44 May 20 @ Reds 19–4 Cueto (3–1) Mahle (2–2) 11,656 28–16
45 May 21 Dodgers 1–2 Bauer (5–2) Wood (5–1) Treinen (2) 12,753 28–17
46 May 22 Dodgers 3–6 Buehler (3–0) Kazmir (0–1) Jansen (11) 13,660 28–18
47 May 23 Dodgers 5–11 Urías (7–1) DeSclafani (4–2) 13,346 28–19
48 May 25 @ Diamondbacks 8–0 Gausman (5–0) Martin (0–2) 10,311 29–19
49 May 26 @ Diamondbacks 5–4 Tropeano (1–0) Young (1–4) Rogers (6) 8,597 30–19
50 May 27 @ Dodgers 3–4 González (2–0) Wood (5–2) Jansen (12) 16,343 30–20
51 May 28 @ Dodgers 8–5 (10) Rogers (1–0) Jansen (0–2) García (1) 17,873 31–20
52 May 29 @ Dodgers 11–6 Webb (4–3) Urías (7–2) 19,097 32–20
53 May 30 @ Dodgers 5–4 Gausman (6–0) Kershaw (7–4) McGee (12) 18,155 33–20
54 May 31 Angels 6–1 Cueto (4–1) Bundy (0–6) 13,144 34–20
June: 16–9 (Home: 11–4; Away: 5–5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
55 June 1 Angels 1–8 Heaney (3–3) Wood (5–3) 10,546 34–21
56 June 3 Cubs 7–2 DeSclafani (5–2) Davies (2–3) 10,737 35–21
57 June 4 Cubs 8–5 Menez (1–0) Arrieta (5–6) Rogers (7) 11,524 36–21
58 June 5 Cubs 4–3 Gausman (7–0) Stewart (1–1) Rogers (8) 12,792 37–21
59 June 6 Cubs 3–4 Hendricks (7–4) Cueto (4–2) Kimbrel (14) 14,089 37–22
60 June 8 @ Rangers 9–4 Álvarez (2–1) Rodríguez (1–3) 24,938 38–22
61 June 9 @ Rangers 3–4 (11) Martin (1–2) McGee (1–2) 25,803 38–23
June 10 @ Nationals Postponed (Rain; Makeup: June 12)
62 June 11 @ Nationals 1–0 DeSclafani (6–2) Espino (0–2) 18,029 39–23
63 June 12 (1) @ Nationals 0–2 (7) Fedde (4–4) Gausman (7–1) Hand (11) 16,425 39–24
64 June 12 (2) @ Nationals 2–1 (8) McGee (2–2) Finnegan (2–2) Baragar (1) 24,066 40–24
65 June 13 @ Nationals 0–5 Ross (3–6) Cueto (4–3) 21,569 40–25
66 June 14 Diamondbacks 5–2 Wood (6–3) Peacock (2–4) McGee (13) 9,906 41–25
67 June 15 Diamondbacks 9–8 Sherfy (1–0) Castellanos (0–1) Rogers (9) 9,867 42–25
68 June 16 Diamondbacks 13–7 DeSclafani (7–2) Kelly (2–7) 11,004 43–25
69 June 17 Diamondbacks 10–3 Gausman (8–1) Gallen (1–2) 13,144 44–25
70 June 18 Phillies 5–3 Cueto (5–3) Velasquez (2–2) McGee (14) 16,170 45–25
71 June 19 Phillies 6–13 Suárez (3–1) García (0–2) 16,774 45–26
72 June 20 Phillies 11–2 Long (1–0) Eflin (2–6) 18,265 46–26
73 June 22 @ Angels 5–0 DeSclafani (8–2) Heaney (4–5) 28,354 47–26
74 June 23 @ Angels 9–3 (13) Leone (1–0) Claudio (1–2) 20,620 48–26
75 June 25 Athletics 2–0 Cueto (6–3) Manaea (6–4) McGee (15) 36,928 49–26
76 June 26 Athletics 6–5 (10) McGee (3–2) Smith (1–1) 33,168 50–26
77 June 27 Athletics 2–6 Irvin (6–7) Long (1–1) 35,920 50–27
78 June 28 @ Dodgers 2–3 Bauer (8–5) DeSclafani (8–3) Jansen (19) 47,835 50–28
79 June 29 @ Dodgers 1–3 Buehler (8–1) Gausman (8–2) Jansen (20) 52,342 50–29
July: 15–10 (Home: 8–6; Away: 7–4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
80 July 1 @ Diamondbacks 3–5 Kelly (5–7) Cueto (6–4) Soria (1) 9,172 50–30
81 July 2 @ Diamondbacks 11–4 Wood (7–3) Gallen (1–4) 12,262 51–30
82 July 3 @ Diamondbacks 6–5 Leone (2–0) Buchter (0–2) McGee (16) 23,689 52–30
83 July 4 @ Diamondbacks 5–2 DeSclafani (9–3) Smith (2–5) Rogers (10) 27,032 53–30
84 July 5 Cardinals 3–5 Kim (3–5) Gausman (8–3) 32,644 53–31
85 July 6 Cardinals 5–6 Wainwright (7–5) Cueto (6–5) Miller (1) 18,785 53–32
86 July 7 Cardinals 5–2 Wood (8–3) Oviedo (0–5) McGee (17) 19,067 54–32
87 July 9 Nationals 5–3 García (1–2) Clay (0–3) McGee (18) 27,345 55–32
88 July 10 Nationals 10–4 DeSclafani (10–3) Lester (2–4) 25,901 56–32
89 July 11 Nationals 3–1 Gausman (9–3) Fedde (4–6) McGee (19) 26,639 57–32
July 13 91st All-Star Game in Denver, CO
90 July 16 @ Cardinals 7–2 Jackson (1–0) Wainwright (7–6) 33,743 58–32
91 July 17 @ Cardinals 1–3 Kim (5–5) DeSclafani (10–4) Reyes (21) 40,489 58–33
92 July 18 @ Cardinals 1–2 Cabrera (2–3) Brebbia (0–1) Reyes (22) 29,425 58–34
93 July 19 @ Dodgers 7–2 García (2–2) Gonsolin (1–1) 50,970 59–34
94 July 20 @ Dodgers 6–8 Sherfy (2–0) Rogers (1–1) 42,344 59–35
95 July 21 @ Dodgers 4–2 Álvarez (3–1) Jansen (1–3) Rogers (11) 52,076 60–35
96 July 22 @ Dodgers 5–3 Álvarez (4–1) Jansen (1–4) McGee (20) 47,312 61–35
97 July 23 Pirates 4–6 Stratton (3–0) Leone (2–1) Rodríguez (14) 26,579 61–36
98 July 24 Pirates 2–10 Crowe (2–5) Gausman (9–4) 30,780 61–37
99 July 25 Pirates 6–1 Wood (9–3) Brubaker (4–10) 30,303 62–37
100 July 27 Dodgers 2–1 Rogers (2–1) Treinen (2–5) McGee (21) 32,878 63–37
101 July 28 Dodgers 0–8 Buehler (11–1) DeSclafani (10–5) 33,728 63–38
102 July 29 Dodgers 5–0 Cueto (7–5) Price (4–1) 35,136 64–38
103 July 30 Astros 6–9 Valdez (7–2) Gausman (9–5) 28,020 64–39
104 July 31 Astros 8–6 Jackson (2–0) Taylor (2–3) McGee (22) 27,324 65–39
August: 19–9 (Home: 8–4; Away: 11–5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
105 August 1 Astros 5–3 Webb (5–3) García (7–6) McGee (23) 29,655 66–39
106 August 2 @ Diamondbacks 11–8 (10) García (3–2) Aguilar (0–1) 8,904 67–39
107 August 3 @ Diamondbacks 1–3 Bumgarner (6–6) Cueto (7–6) Clippard (2) 8,809 67–40
108 August 4 @ Diamondbacks 7–1 Gausman (10–5) Gallen (1–6) 8,091 68–40
109 August 5 @ Diamondbacks 5–4 (10) Rogers (3–1) Gilbert (0–1) McGee (24) 8,773 69–40
110 August 6 @ Brewers 1–2 (10) Suter (11–5) García (3–3) 33,250 69–41
111 August 7 @ Brewers 9–6 (11) García (4–3) Romano (0–1) 34,155 70–41
112 August 8 @ Brewers 5–4 Watson (4–3) Boxberger (4–3) Littell (1) 38,597 71–41
113 August 10 Diamondbacks 8–7 Littell (1–0) Peacock (5–7) 23,802 72–41
114 August 11 Diamondbacks 7–2 Gausman (11–5) Kelly (7–9) 20,037 73–41
115 August 12 Rockies 7–0 Webb (6–3) Márquez (10–9) 24,295 74–41
116 August 13 Rockies 5–4 DeSclafani (11–5) Gomber (9–7) Littell (2) 36,126 75–41
117 August 14 Rockies 1–4 Freeland (4–6) Leone (2–2) Bard (19) 32,282 75–42
118 August 15 Rockies 5–2 Wood (10–3) Gray (7–9) McGee (25) 33,337 76–42
119 August 16 Mets 7–5 Gausman (12–5) Castro (3–4) McGee (26) 23,511 77–42
120 August 17 Mets 3–2 Webb (7–3) Stroman (8–12) Leone (1) 23,610 78–42
121 August 18 Mets 2–6 (12) Familia (7–3) Chatwood (1–3) 25,360 78–43
122 August 20 @ Athletics 1–4 Kaprielian (7–4) Wood (10–4) Trivino (21) 40,133 78–44
123 August 21 @ Athletics 6–5 Rogers (4–1) Trivino (5–5) McGee (27) 36,230 79–44
124 August 22 @ Athletics 2–1 Leone (3–2) Puk (0–1) McGee (28) 30,345 80–44
125 August 24 @ Mets 8–0 Long (2–1) Megill (1–3) 28,558 81–44
126 August 25 @ Mets 3–2 Watson (5–3) Walker (7–9) McGee (29) 24,384 82–44
127 August 26 @ Mets 3–2 García (5–3) Lugo (3–2) Rogers (12) 25,000 83–44
128 August 27 @ Braves 5–6 Minter (2–4) Watson (5–4) Smith (29) 35,586 83–45
129 August 28 @ Braves 5–0 Webb (8–3) Ynoa (4–4) 39,558 84–45
130 August 29 @ Braves 0–9 Anderson (6–5) DeSclafani (11–6) 28,820 84–46
131 August 30 Brewers 1–3 Burnes (9–4) Álvarez (4–2) Hader (28) 23,154 84–47
132 August 31 Brewers 2–6 Woodruff (9–7) Cueto (7–7) 20,897 84–48
September: 21–6 (Home: 10–5; Away: 11–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
133 September 1 Brewers 2–5 Norris (2–3) Leone (3–3) Hader (29) 21,189 84–49
134 September 2 Brewers 5–1 Rogers (5–1) Williams (7–2) 21,023 85–49
135 September 3 Dodgers 3–2 (11) García (6–3) Phillips (1–1) 39,338 86–49
136 September 4 Dodgers 1–6 Urías (16–3) Jackson (2–1) 41,146 86–50
137 September 5 Dodgers 6–4 Littell (2–0) Buehler (13–3) 41,155 87–50
138 September 6 @ Rockies 10–5 Gausman (13–5) Freeland (5–7) 27,967 88–50
139 September 7 @ Rockies 12–3 Webb (9–3) Gonzalez (3–7) 24,387 89–50
140 September 8 @ Rockies 7–4 Rogers (6–1) Estévez (2–4) McGee (30) 20,358 90–50
141 September 10 @ Cubs 6–1 Doval (2–1) Megill (1–1) 29,439 91–50
142 September 11 @ Cubs 15–4 Gausman (14–5) Davies (6–11) Baragar (2) 34,723 92–50
143 September 12 @ Cubs 6–5 Webb (10–3) Steele (3–3) McGee (31) 32,021 93–50
144 September 13 Padres 9–1 Littell (3–0) Darvish (8–10) 21,078 94–50
145 September 14 Padres 6–1 DeSclafani (12–6) Arrieta (5–13) 23,192 95–50
146 September 15 Padres 6–9 Musgrove (11–9) Leone (3–4) 21,212 95–51
147 September 16 Padres 4–7 Crismatt (3–1) Gausman (14–6) 23,379 95–52
148 September 17 Braves 6–5 (11) Doval (3–1) Webb (4–3) 26,644 96–52
149 September 18 Braves 2–0 Littell (4–0) Morton (13–6) Leone (2) 32,058 97–52
150 September 19 Braves 0–3 Fried (12–7) DeSclafani (12–7) Smith (33) 32,210 97–53
151 September 21 @ Padres 6–5 Watson (6–4) Melancon (4–3) Rogers (13) 36,439 98–53
152 September 22 @ Padres 8–6 Doval (4–1) Velasquez (3–8) 38,189 99–53
153 September 23 @ Padres 6–7 (10) Detwiler (3–1) Leone (3–5) 31,049 99–54
154 September 24 @ Rockies 7–2 Castro (1–0) Goudeau (1–1) 41,613 100–54
155 September 25 @ Rockies 7–2 Watson (7–4) Gray (8–12) 45,063 101–54
156 September 26 @ Rockies 6–2 Doval (5–1) Bard (7–8) 31,043 102–54
157 September 28 Diamondbacks 6–4 Álvarez (5–2) Poppen (1–1) Doval (1) 28,122 103–54
158 September 29 Diamondbacks 1–0 Leone (4–5) Ramirez (0–2) Doval (2) 23,110 104–54
159 September 30 Diamondbacks 5–4 Rogers (7–1) Mantiply (0–3) 27,503 105–54
October: 2–1 (Home: 2–1; Away: 0–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
160 October 1 Padres 3–0 DeSclafani (13–7) Ávila (0–1) Doval (3) 33,975 106–54
161 October 2 Padres 2–3 (10) Hill (6–6) Castro (1–1) Melancon (39) 40,760 106–55
162 October 3 Padres 11–4 Webb (11–3) Knehr (1–2) 36,901 107–55

Postseason

Game Log

2021 Postseason Game Log: 2–3 (Home: 1–2; Away: 1–1)
National League Division Series: 2–3 (Home: 1–2; Away: 1–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 October 8 Dodgers 4–0 Webb (1–0) Buehler (0–1) 41,934 1–0
2 October 9 Dodgers 2–9 Urías (1–0) Gausman (0–1) 42,275 1–1
3 October 11 @ Dodgers 1–0 Rogers (1–0) Scherzer (0–1) Doval (1) 53,299 2–1
4 October 12 @ Dodgers 2–7 Kelly (1–0) DeSclafani (0–1) 52,935 2–2
5 October 14 Dodgers 1–2 Jansen (1–0) Doval (0–1) Scherzer (1) 42,275 2–3

Roster

2021 San Francisco Giants
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Manager

Coaches

Statistics

Batting

List does not include pitchers. Stats in bold are the team leaders.

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; R = Runs; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; BB = Walks; SO = Strikeouts; SB = Stolen bases; Avg. = Batting average; OBP = On-base percentage; SLG = Slugging; OPS = On Base + Slugging

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB AVG OBP SLG OPS
Brandon Crawford 138 483 79 144 30 3 24 90 56 105 11 .298 .373 .522 .895
Mike Yastrzemski 139 468 75 105 28 3 25 71 51 131 4 .224 .311 .457 .768
Buster Posey 113 395 68 120 23 0 18 56 56 87 0 .304 .390 .499 .889
Wilmer Flores 139 389 57 102 16 1 18 53 41 56 1 .262 .335 .447 .782
LaMonte Wade Jr. 109 336 52 85 17 3 18 56 33 89 6 .253 .326 .482 .808
Brandon Belt 97 325 65 89 14 2 29 59 48 103 3 .274 .378 .597 .975
Donovan Solano 101 307 35 86 17 0 7 31 25 58 2 .280 .344 .404 .748
Alex Dickerson 111 283 37 66 10 2 13 38 23 76 1 .233 .304 .420 .725
Austin Slater 129 274 39 66 12 1 12 32 28 84 15 .241 .320 .423 .744
Steven Duggar 107 268 45 69 14 5 8 35 27 88 7 .257 .330 .437 .766
Darin Ruf 117 262 41 71 13 2 16 43 46 87 2 .271 .385 .519 .904
Evan Longoria 81 253 45 66 17 0 13 46 35 68 1 .261 .351 .482 .833
Tommy La Stella 76 220 26 55 11 1 7 27 18 26 0 .250 .308 .405 .713
Curt Casali 77 200 20 42 11 1 5 26 26 66 0 .210 .313 .350 .663
Kris Bryant 51 187 28 49 13 0 7 22 23 46 6 .262 .344 .444 .788
Mauricio Dubón 74 175 20 42 9 0 5 22 9 41 2 .240 .278 .377 .655
Mike Tauchman 64 152 21 27 4 0 4 15 22 52 1 .178 .286 .283 .569
Thairo Estrada 52 121 19 33 4 0 7 22 9 23 1 .273 .333 .479 .813
Jason Vosler 41 73 12 13 4 0 3 9 7 21 2 .178 .256 .356 .612
Chadwick Tromp 9 18 1 4 0 0 1 2 0 4 0 .222 .222 .389 .611
Jaylin Davis 5 9 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 .111 .111 .222 .333
Joey Bart 2 6 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 .333 .333 .333 .667
Skye Bolt 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 .000 .000 .000 .000

Pitching

List does not include position players. Stats in bold are the team leaders.

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
Kevin Gausman 14 6 2.81 33 33 0 192.0 150 66 60 50 227
Anthony DeSclafani 13 7 3.17 31 31 0 167.2 141 61 59 42 152
Logan Webb 11 3 3.03 27 26 0 148.1 128 53 50 36 158
Alex Wood 10 4 3.83 26 26 0 138.2 125 63 59 39 152
Johnny Cueto 7 7 4.08 22 21 0 114.2 127 57 52 30 98
Tyler Rogers 7 1 2.22 80 0 13 81.0 74 23 20 13 55
Jarlin García 6 3 2.62 58 0 1 68.2 48 26 20 18 68
José Álvarez 5 2 2.37 67 1 0 64.2 53 23 17 19 42
Zack Littell 4 0 2.92 63 2 2 61.2 46 24 20 24 63
Jake McGee 3 2 2.72 62 0 31 59.2 44 25 18 10 58
Dominic Leone 4 5 1.51 57 4 2 53.2 37 15 9 22 50
Sammy Long 2 1 5.53 12 5 0 40.2 37 27 25 15 38
Aaron Sanchez 1 1 3.06 9 7 0 35.1 32 12 12 15 26
Camilo Doval 5 1 3.00 29 0 3 27.0 19 10 9 9 37
Tony Watson 4 1 2.96 26 0 0 24.1 15 8 8 4 19
Caleb Baragar 2 1 1.57 25 0 2 23.0 19 7 4 12 16
Jay Jackson 2 1 3.74 23 1 0 21.2 15 9 9 12 28
Matt Wisler 1 2 6.05 21 0 0 19.1 19 13 13 6 26
John Brebbia 0 1 5.89 18 0 0 18.1 25 13 12 4 22
Conner Menez 1 0 3.86 8 1 0 14.0 16 10 6 3 15
Kervin Castro 1 1 0.00 10 0 0 13.1 13 1 0 4 13
Scott Kazmir 0 1 6.35 5 4 0 11.1 15 9 8 6 10
Jimmie Sherfy 1 0 4.22 10 0 0 10.2 9 5 5 4 9
José Quintana 0 0 4.66 5 0 0 9.2 8 5 5 6 12
Wandy Peralta 2 1 5.40 10 0 2 8.1 11 5 5 3 8
Sam Selman 0 0 4.50 7 0 0 8.0 4 4 4 4 8
Nick Tropeano 1 0 1.50 4 0 0 6.0 4 2 1 2 2
Tyler Chatwood 0 1 6.75 2 0 0 4.0 6 5 3 1 6
Reyes Moronta 0 0 2.25 4 0 0 4.0 1 1 1 0 2
Gregory Santos 0 2 22.50 3 0 0 2.0 5 6 5 2 3
Tyler Beede 0 0 27.00 1 0 0 1.0 2 3 3 0 2

Farm system

Level Team League Division Manager Record Type Record[25]
AAA Sacramento River Cats Triple-A West West Dave Brundage Regular
Final Stretch
52–65 (.444)
4–6 (.400)
AA Richmond Flying Squirrels Double-A Northeast Southwest José Alguacil Regular 57–56 (.504)
High-A Eugene Emeralds High-A West N/A Dennis Pelfrey Regular 69–50 (.580)
Low-A San Jose Giants Low-A West North Lenn Sakata Regular 76–44 (.633)
Rookie ACL Giants Black Arizona Complex League East Carlos Valderrama Regular 28–31 (.475)
ACL Giants Orange Arizona Complex League East Lance Burkhart Regular 35–24 (.593)
DSL Giants Black Dominican Summer League San Pedro Jose Montilla Regular 24–28 (.462)
DSL Giants Orange Dominican Summer League Northeast Juan Ciriaco Regular 27–27 (.500)

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