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McCovey Cove (2002)
McCovey Cove (2002)

McCovey Cove is the unofficial name of a section of San Francisco Bay beyond the right field wall of Oracle Park, home of the San Francisco Giants, named after famed Giants first baseman Willie McCovey. The proper name for the cove is China Basin, which is the mouth of Mission Creek as it meets the bay. The cove is bounded along the north by Oracle Park, with a ferry landing and a breakwater at the northeast end. The southern shore is lined by China Basin Park and McCovey Point. To the east, it opens up to San Francisco Bay, while the west end of the cove is bounded by the Lefty O'Doul Bridge, named after San Francisco ballplayer and manager Lefty O'Doul.

Naming

Giants fans on kayaks in McCovey Cove during the 2012 World Series
Giants fans on kayaks in McCovey Cove during the 2012 World Series

The name was coined thanks to two sportswriters. Mark Purdy of the San Jose Mercury News wrote an article suggesting naming the body of water after McCovey, though his original suggestions were 'McCovey Channel,' 'McCovey Stream' or 'McCovey Run.' Purdy then noted the more 'lyrical' name of 'McCovey Cove' was suggested by his colleague Leonard Koppett, a writer for the Oakland Tribune.[1] The name did not take long to become very popular, although the moniker has never become official.

Features

On game days, fans take to the water of McCovey Cove in boats and even in kayaks, often with fishing nets in the hope of collecting a home run ball. This echoes what used to happen during McCovey's playing days. Before Candlestick Park's upper deck was extended, the area behind right field was occupied by three small bleacher sections and a lot of open space. Kids in those bleachers would gather behind the right field fence when "Stretch" would come to the plate. There may also be a link to the fact that Willie McCovey was one of only a few that hit home runs over the scoreboard and into a public swimming pool at Montreal's Jarry Park, the Expos' home from 1969 to 1976. The fact that balls can be hit into a water basin over the right field wall in San Francisco is somewhat of a tribute/salute to Willie McCovey's legend when he visited Montreal.[citation needed]

Just beyond the wall is a public waterfront promenade. Across the cove from the ballpark is McCovey Point and China Basin Park, featuring a statue of McCovey at the mouth of the Cove. At his feet are small plaques commemorating the winners of the Willie Mac Award, named in McCovey's honor. Along the southern shore of the cove, between McCovey Point and the O'Doul Bridge, is a walkway featuring plaques showing the Opening Day Roster of every Giants team from 1958 through 1999. Just south of the statue of Willie McCovey is Barry Bonds Junior Giants Field, a t-ball sized baseball diamond.[2] (As of 2020, the features in this area have been temporarily warehoused while extensive construction takes place.)

Splash hits

Panoramic view of McCovey Cove, August 2010.
Panoramic view of McCovey Cove, August 2010.

A "splash hit" is recorded when a Giants player hits a home run that lands in McCovey Cove on the fly (home runs hit by opposing players are not recorded; nor are hits that strike or bounce off the stadium wall or pedestrian path). These hits are tallied on an electronic counter on the right field wall. As of May 8, 2022, 93 "splash hits" have been hit into the Bay by 22 Giants players since the park opened (all splash hits are in the regular season); 35 of those were by Barry Bonds.[3] Five other Giants have reached the Cove more than twice: Brandon Belt (ten), Pablo Sandoval (eight), Denard Span (five), Mike Yastrzemski (five), and Brandon Crawford (three). Six players—Felipe Crespo, Michael Tucker, Ryan Klesko, Aubrey Huff, Andrés Torres, and LaMonte Wade Jr.—have done it twice. Fourteen other Giants players have accomplished the feat once. Carlos Beltrán's "splash hit" on September 14, 2011, marked his 300th career home run. Klesko is currently the only player to have splash hits as both a Giant and as an opposing player through the 2019 season. Tyler Colvin's "splash hit" on May 12, 2014, was also his first hit for the Giants and occurred in his first at bat at Oracle Park since joining the team.[4] Barry Bonds is the only player to have two splash hits in a single game, having done so on May 10, 2000, and May 18, 2002. On June 15, 2021, 2 different Giants players got splash hits in the same game for the first time: Steven Duggar and Mike Yastrzemski.

Three "splash hits" have been walk-off home runs: Barry Bonds' on August 19, 2003, Brandon Crawford's on April 13, 2014, and Mike Yastrzemski's on July 29, 2020.

Denard Span is the only Giant to lead off with a splash hit, doing so on June 13, 2016.

As of the end of the 2019 season, Bonds is the only Giant to record a "splash hit" in the postseason. Bonds did so in the 5th inning of Game 3 of the 2002 National League Championship Series on October 12, 2002.

When the stadium hosted the 2007 Home Run Derby, McCovey Cove was heavily featured in promotional materials, and the namesake slugger presented each participant with special bats before the competition. However, the difficulty of hitting McCovey Cove with a home run was shown, as none of the eight sluggers competing were able to hit water, and all four left-handed batters (who are more likely to hit home runs to right field, and thus, to the Cove) were eliminated in the first round of the contest. The only player to hit water was Prince Fielder of the Milwaukee Brewers, who did so on a foul ball.[5] Fielder would eventually hit McCovey Cove with a fair ball on July 20, 2008, as the 17th visiting player to hit a home run into the Cove.

The majority of home runs surrendered into McCovey Cove have been off right-handed pitchers. 20 left-handed pitchers have surrendered a splash hit: Rich Rodriguez, Chuck McElroy, Vic Darensbourg, Brian Anderson, Jeriome Robertson, Chuck Finley, Ted Lilly, Ray King, Doug Davis, Joe Kennedy, Hong-Chih Kuo, Trever Miller, Wandy Rodríguez, Rex Brothers, David Price, Drew Smyly, Ranger Suárez, Matt Strahm, Alex Young, and Génesis Cabrera.

Four visiting pitchers have surrendered multiple "splash hits": Liván Hernández, Rodrigo López, John Thomson, and Chris Paddack. López is the only pitcher to give up a splash hit as a member of two visiting teams. No pitcher has surrendered 2 splash hits in the same game.

The most splash hits the Giants have had in a season is 11 in 2001, helped greatly by Barry Bonds successful chase to hit the most HRs in a season. On the flip side, the fewest the Giants have had in a season is 0 in 2015 (only 1 was hit in the cove that season, done so by Cody Asche of Philadelphia). This splash-hit drought lasted nearly 2 years: after Brandon Belt hit one on September 25, 2014, he would break the drought himself on June 8, 2016.

No. Player Date Opponent Pitcher Inning Score Prior to HR Score After HR Final Score
1 Barry Bonds (1) May 1, 2000 New York Mets Rich Rodriguez 6th 6-0 SF 9-0 SF 10-3 SF
2 Barry Bonds (2) May 10, 2000 St. Louis Cardinals Andy Benes 3rd 2-1 STL 2-2 T 4-3 SF
3 Barry Bonds (3) May 10, 2000 St. Louis Cardinals Heathcliff Slocumb 8th 3-3 T 4-3 SF 4-3 SF
4 Barry Bonds (4) May 24, 2000 Montreal Expos Mike Thurman 3rd 3-0 SF 4-0 SF 18-0 SF
5 Barry Bonds (5) July 19, 2000 San Diego Padres Brian Meadows 4th 3-0 SD 3-3 T 4-3 SD (10)
6 Barry Bonds (6) September 20, 2000 Cincinnati Reds Steve Parris 5th 3-0 SF 4-0 SF 4-2 SF
7 Barry Bonds (7) April 17, 2001 Los Angeles Dodgers Terry Adams 8th 2-1 LAD 3-2 SF 3-2 SF
8 Barry Bonds (8) April 18, 2001 Los Angeles Dodgers Chan Ho Park 7th 4-4 T 5-4 SF 5-4 SF
9 Barry Bonds (9) May 24, 2001 Colorado Rockies John Thomson (1) 3rd 3-1 SF 4-1 SF 5-1 SF
10 Felipe Crespo (1) May 28, 2001 Arizona Diamondbacks Bret Prinz 10th 1-0 ARI 1-1 T 2-1 ARI (12)
11 Barry Bonds (10) May 30, 2001 Arizona Diamondbacks Robert Ellis 2nd 2-0 ARI 2-1 ARI 4-3 ARI
12 Barry Bonds (11) June 12, 2001 Anaheim Angels Pat Rapp 1st 0-0 T 1-0 SF 3-2 SF
13 Felipe Crespo (2) July 8, 2001 Milwaukee Brewers Curtis Leskanic 8th 4-3 MIL 4-4 T 6-4 MIL (13)
14 Barry Bonds (12) August 4, 2001 Philadelphia Phillies Nelson Figueroa 6th 5-0 PHI 5-2 PHI 12-2 PHI
15 Barry Bonds (13) August 14, 2001 Florida Marlins Ricky Bones 6th 9-5 SF 13-5 SF 13-7 SF
16 Barry Bonds (14) August 31, 2001 Colorado Rockies John Thomson (2) 8th 5-0 COL 5-2 COL 5-2 COL
17 Barry Bonds (15) September 29, 2001 San Diego Padres Chuck McElroy 6th 1-1 T 2-1 SF 3-1 SF
18 Barry Bonds (16) May 13, 2002 Atlanta Braves Kevin Millwood 3rd 2-2 T 4-2 SF 7-6 SF (11)
19 Barry Bonds (17) May 18, 2002 Florida Marlins Brad Penny 1st 2-0 FLA 2-2 T 10-5 SF
20 Barry Bonds (18) May 18, 2002 Florida Marlins Vic Darensbourg 6th 6-3 SF 7-3 SF 10-5 SF
21 Barry Bonds (19) September 8, 2002 Arizona Diamondbacks Brian Anderson 4th 1-0 ARI 1-1 T 3-1 SF
22 Barry Bonds (20) September 28, 2002 Houston Astros Jeriome Robertson 5th 2-2 T 3-2 SF 5-2 SF
23 Barry Bonds (21) October 12, 2002 St. Louis Cardinals Chuck Finley 5th 4-1 STL 4-4 T 5-4 STL
24 Barry Bonds (22) April 14, 2003 Houston Astros Wade Miller 2nd 0-0 T 1-0 SF 4-2 SF
25 Barry Bonds (23) April 30, 2003 Chicago Cubs Matt Clement 3rd 2-0 SF 4-0 SF 5-0 SF
26 J. T. Snow June 5, 2003 Minnesota Twins Kyle Lohse 5th 4-0 MIN 4-2 MIN 5-2 MIN
27 Barry Bonds (24) June 27, 2003 Oakland Athletics Ted Lilly 6th 3-0 SF 4-0 SF 6-0 SF
28 José Cruz, Jr. July 8, 2003 St. Louis Cardinals Dan Haren 1st 1-0 STL 3-1 SF 8-3 SF
29 Barry Bonds (25) August 8, 2003 Philadelphia Phillies José Mesa 7th 4-1 SF 7-1 SF 9-1 SF
30 Barry Bonds (26) August 19, 2003 Atlanta Braves Ray King 10th 4-4 T 5-4 SF 5-4 SF (10)
31 Barry Bonds (27) September 13, 2003 Milwaukee Brewers Doug Davis 8th 5-0 MIL 5-1 MIL 5-4 MIL
32 Barry Bonds (28) April 12, 2004 Milwaukee Brewers Matt Kinney 5th 4-2 MIL 5-4 SF 7-5 SF
33 Barry Bonds (29) April 13, 2004 Milwaukee Brewers Ben Ford 7th 3-1 SF 4-1 SF 4-2 SF
34 Michael Tucker (1) May 30, 2004 Colorado Rockies Joe Kennedy 1st 0-0 T 2-0 SF 3-1 SF
35 A. J. Pierzynski July 6, 2004 Colorado Rockies Denny Stark 2nd 1-0 SF 2-0 SF 8-6 COL
36 Barry Bonds (30) July 30, 2004 St. Louis Cardinals Chris Carpenter 1st 1-0 SF 3-0 SF 7-4 STL
37 Barry Bonds (31) August 3, 2004 Cincinnati Reds Cory Lidle 3rd 1-0 SF 4-0 SF 11-0 SF
38 Michael Tucker (2) April 9, 2005 Colorado Rockies Scott Dohmann 8th 1-0 COL 4-1 SF 4-2 SF
39 Randy Winn September 14, 2005 San Diego Padres Woody Williams 3rd 1-0 SD 1-1 T 5-4 SD (10)
40 Barry Bonds (32) September 18, 2005 Los Angeles Dodgers Hong-Chih Kuo 8th 4-3 SF 5-3 SF 5-3 SF
41 Barry Bonds (33) August 21, 2006 Arizona Diamondbacks Liván Hernández (1) 4th 0-0 T 1-0 SF 5-0 SF
42 Barry Bonds (34) April 18, 2007 St. Louis Cardinals Ryan Franklin 8th 5-4 STL 5-5 T 6-5 SF (12)
43 Ryan Klesko (1) May 21, 2007 Houston Astros Trever Miller 8th 3-0 SF 4-0 SF 4-0 SF
44 Ryan Klesko (2) June 29, 2007 Arizona Diamondbacks Liván Hernández (2) 6th 1-1 T 2-1 SF 4-3 ARI (10)
45 Barry Bonds (35) August 8, 2007 Washington Nationals Tim Redding 1st 0-0 T 2-0 SF 5-0 SF
46 Fred Lewis April 26, 2008 Cincinnati Reds Matt Belisle 5th 5-3 CIN 5-4 CIN 10-9 CIN
47 John Bowker July 2, 2008 Chicago Cubs Ryan Dempster 6th 3-0 CHC 3-2 CHC 6-5 CHC
48 Andrés Torres (1) June 15, 2009 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim John Lackey 7th 8-0 LAA 8-3 LAA 9-7 LAA
49 Pablo Sandoval (1) July 30, 2009 Philadelphia Phillies Rodrigo López (1) 3rd 2-1 SF 3-1 SF 7-2 SF
50 Pablo Sandoval (2) August 29, 2009 Colorado Rockies Jason Marquis 2nd 0-0 T 1-0 SF 5-3 SF
51 Aubrey Huff (1) May 1, 2010 Colorado Rockies Rafael Betancourt 8th 5-0 SF 6-0 SF 6-1 SF
52 Aubrey Huff (2) June 16, 2010 Baltimore Orioles Jeremy Guthrie 6th 2-2 T 3-2 SF 6-3 SF
53 Andrés Torres (2) July 28, 2010 Florida Marlins Jorge Sosa 6th 7-2 SF 9-2 SF 10-9 SF (10)
54 Pablo Sandoval (3) August 12, 2010 Chicago Cubs Randy Wells 4th 3-2 CHC 3-3 T 8-7 SF
55 Pablo Sandoval (4) September 30, 2010 Arizona Diamondbacks Barry Enright 2nd 0-0 T 1-0 SF 4-1 SF
56 Pablo Sandoval (5) July 4, 2011 San Diego Padres Ernesto Frieri 6th 3-0 SDP 3-2 SDP 5-3 SDP
57 Nate Schierholtz July 8, 2011 New York Mets R. A. Dickey 6th 2-1 NYM 2-2 T 5-2 NYM
58 Pablo Sandoval (6) August 31, 2011 Chicago Cubs Rodrigo López (2) 4th 1-0 SF 2-0 SF 4-0 SF
59 Carlos Beltrán September 14, 2011 San Diego Padres Mat Latos 6th 1-1 T 2-1 SF 3-1 SF
60 Brandon Belt (1) September 27, 2011 Colorado Rockies Alex White 4th 1-0 SF 3-0 SF 7-0 SF
61 Brandon Belt (2) June 14, 2012 Houston Astros Wandy Rodríguez 4th 5-0 HOU 5-2 HOU 6-3 HOU
62 Brandon Belt (3) September 4, 2012 Arizona Diamondbacks Ian Kennedy 6th 6-3 ARI 6-5 ARI 8-6 ARI (10)
63 Pablo Sandoval (7) May 12, 2013 Atlanta Braves Kris Medlen 3rd 1-0 SF 2-0 SF 5-1 SF
64 Brandon Crawford (1) April 13, 2014 Colorado Rockies Rex Brothers 10th 4-4 T 5-4 SF 5-4 SF (10)
65 Tyler Colvin May 12, 2014 Atlanta Braves Gavin Floyd 2nd 0-0 T 1-0 SF 4-2 SF
66 Brandon Crawford (2) May 14, 2014 Atlanta Braves David Carpenter 8th 8-4 SF 10-4 SF 10-4 SF
67 Travis Ishikawa September 12, 2014 Los Angeles Dodgers Kevin Correia 7th 6-0 SF 9-0 SF 9-0 SF
68 Brandon Belt (4) September 25, 2014 San Diego Padres Andrew Cashner 2nd 1-0 SF 2-0 SF 9-8 SF
69 Brandon Belt (5) June 8, 2016 Boston Red Sox David Price 4th 1-0 BOS 1-1 T 2-1 SF
70 Denard Span (1) June 13, 2016 Milwaukee Brewers Chase Anderson 1st 0-0 T 1-0 SF 11-5 SF
71 Denard Span (2) August 20, 2016 New York Mets Bartolo Colón 3rd 3-0 NYM 3-1 NYM 9-5 NYM
72 Brandon Belt (6) May 13, 2017 Cincinnati Reds Lisalverto Bonilla 1st 0-0 T 1-0 SF 3-1 SF
73 Brandon Belt (7) June 10, 2017 Minnesota Twins José Berríos 1st 0-0 T 1-0 SF 3-2 MIN
74  Denard Span (3) July 7, 2017 Miami Marlins Dan Straily 9th 6-0 MIA 6-1 MIA 6-1 MIA[6]
75  Denard Span (4) July 19, 2017 Cleveland Indians Carlos Carrasco 5th 3-1 CLE 3-2 CLE 5-4 SF[7]
76  Denard Span (5) September 11, 2017 Los Angeles Dodgers Kenta Maeda 1st 0-0 T 2-0 SF 8-6 SF[8]
77  Pablo Sandoval (8) April 4, 2018 Seattle Mariners Félix Hernández 5th 5-0 SF 8-0 SF 10-1 SF[9]
78  Brandon Belt (8) May 15, 2018 Cincinnati Reds Tyler Mahle 4th 3-0 CIN 3-1 CIN 5-3 SF
79  Stephen Vogt August 9, 2019 Philadelphia Phillies Drew Smyly 6th 5-3 PHI 5-5 T 9-6 PHI
80  Scooter Gennett August 11, 2019 Philadelphia Phillies Ranger Suárez 6th 5-5 T 6-5 SF 9-6 SF
81  Brandon Belt (9) August 29, 2019 San Diego Padres Chris Paddack (1) 4th 5-0 SDP 5-1 SDP 5-3 SDP
82  Mike Yastrzemski (1) July 29, 2020 San Diego Padres Matt Strahm 9th 6-6 T 7-6 SF 7-6 SF
83  Mike Yastrzemski (2) September 25, 2020 San Diego Padres Chris Paddack (2) 4th 3-1 SF 5-1 SF 5-4 SF (7)[10]
84  Mike Yastrzemski (3) April 24, 2021 Miami Marlins Yimi Garcia 9th 5-1 MIA 5-2 MIA 5-2 MIA
85  Brandon Crawford (3) April 27, 2021 Colorado Rockies Daniel Bard 9th 4-3 COL 4-4 T 7-5 COL (10)
86  Steven Duggar June 15, 2021 Arizona Diamondbacks Alex Young 2nd 7-1 ARI 7-3 ARI 9-8 SF
87  Mike Yastrzemski (4) June 15, 2021 Arizona Diamondbacks Humberto Castellanos 8th 8-5 ARI 9-8 SF 9-8 SF
88  Brandon Belt (10) June 19, 2021 Philadelphia Phillies Aaron Nola 3rd 6-5 PHI 6-6 T 13-6 PHI
89  LaMonte Wade Jr. (1) July 31, 2021 Houston Astros Zack Greinke 4th 3-3 T 5-3 SF 8-6 SF
90  Alex Dickerson August 11, 2021 Arizona Diamondbacks Tyler Clippard 8th 6-2 SF 7-2 SF 7-2 SF
91  LaMonte Wade Jr. (2) September 17, 2021 Atlanta Braves Ian Anderson 4th 3-2 SF 4-2 SF 6-5 SF (11)
92  Jason Vosler April 30, 2022 Washington Nationals Erasmo Ramirez 6th 4-3 SF 5-3 SF 9-3 SF
93  Mike Yastrzemski (5) May 8, 2022 St. Louis Cardinals Génesis Cabrera 6th 3-3 T 4-3 SF 4-3 SF

Other McCovey Cove hits

McCovey Cove (2002)
McCovey Cove (2002)

43 non-Giants players have hit the cove 58 times. Of visiting players who have hit the cove, Max Muncy, Carlos Delgado, Carlos González and Adam LaRoche have performed the feat the most, doing it three times each. Current Major League Baseball players Joc Pederson,Bryce Harper and Mike Moustakas, and former Major League Baseball players Luis Gonzalez,Curtis Granderson and Cliff Floyd are the only other visiting players to do so twice. David Ortiz, Mitch Moreland, Adam Dunn, and Shin-Soo Choo are the only four American League players to hit the cove. Delgado, LaRoche, Harper, Moustakas and Pederson are the only five players to have hit home runs into McCovey Cove as members of two visiting teams.

Every National League team has had at least one player hit a home run into McCovey Cove. The last club to have a player hit a ball into the water for the first time was the Chicago Cubs, doing so in June of 2021. Of the 15 American League teams, only 4 (Boston, Chicago White Sox, Kansas City and Texas) have had a player hit a Home Run into McCovey Cove. No player for the Houston Astros have hit a home run into McCovey Cove since the Astros moved to the American League.

Luis Gonzalez' splash hit on May 30, 2001, and Dioner Navarro's splash hit on July 20, 2011, remain the only two instances where a splash hit accounted for the only run of a game.

Two visiting players have hit McCovey Cove on the fly in the postseason. Rick Ankiel hit the water on the fly in the 11th inning of Game 2 of the 2010 National League Division Series on October 8, 2010; his run would go on to be the winning run for the Atlanta Braves. Ankiel's home run was the second in postseason history to be hit straight into the cove. Bryce Harper became the second visitor to hit the water in the postseason in the 7th inning of Game 4 of the 2014 National League Division Series on October 7, 2014, as a member of the Washington Nationals.

Tim Lincecum has surrendered the most McCovey home runs to visitors, having done so five times. The other Giants to give up multiple are Madison Bumgarner and Johnny Cueto with four and Matt Cain, Kevin Correia, Tim Hudson, Matt Morris, Hunter Strickland, Brett Tomko, and Ryan Vogelsong twice each. Correia is the only pitcher to have given up a splash hit both as a Giant and as a visiting pitcher (while pitching for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2014).

Players from opposing teams have hit home runs into McCovey Cove in the same game three times: on May 28, 2001 (Felipe Crespo and Mark Grace); on May 12, 2014 (Tyler Colvin and Freddie Freeman); and on August 9, 2019 (Stephen Vogt and Bryce Harper).[11]

No. Hitter Team Date Pitcher Inning Score Prior to HR Score After HR Final Score
1 Todd Hundley Los Angeles Dodgers June 30, 2000 Robb Nen 9th 8-2 LAD 9-2 LAD 9-2 LAD
2 Luis Gonzalez (1) Arizona Diamondbacks September 23, 2000 Shawn Estes 1st 0-0 T 3-0 ARI 7-5 ARI
3 Mark Grace Arizona Diamondbacks May 28, 2001 Tim Worrell 12th 1-1 T 2-1 ARI 2-1 ARI (12)
4 Luis Gonzalez (2) Arizona Diamondbacks May 30, 2002 Kirk Rueter 4th 0-0 T 1-0 ARI 1-0 ARI
5 Ryan Klesko San Diego Padres April 9, 2003 Ryan Jensen 3rd 9-5 SF 9-6 SF 15-11 SF
6 Hee-Seop Choi Florida Marlins April 30, 2004 Kevin Correia (1) 2nd 6-2 FLA 9-2 FLA 12-9 SF
7 Corey Patterson Chicago Cubs August 7, 2004 Tyler Walker 6th 4-3 CHC 6-3 CHC 8-4 CHC
8 Cliff Floyd (1) New York Mets August 21, 2004 Brett Tomko (1) 5th 3-3 T 6-3 NYM 11-9 NYM (12)
9 Russell Branyan Milwaukee Brewers April 23, 2005 Brett Tomko (2) 4th 1-1 T 2-1 MIL 6-2 SF
10 Larry Walker St. Louis Cardinals July 8, 2005 Jason Schmidt 1st 0-0 T 2-0 STL 3-1 STL
11 Carlos Delgado (1) Florida Marlins July 23, 2005 Brad Hennessey 5th 3-2 FLA 5-2 FLA 16-4 FLA
12 Cliff Floyd (2) New York Mets April 25, 2006 Jamey Wright 8th 2-1 NYM 4-1 NYM 4-1 NYM
13 Carlos Delgado (2) New York Mets April 26, 2006 Matt Morris (1) 3rd 2-0 SF 2-1 SF 9-7 NYM (11)
14 Carlos Delgado (3) New York Mets May 9, 2007 Matt Morris (2) 4th 1-0 NYM 2-0 NYM 5-3 NYM
15 Adam LaRoche (1) Pittsburgh Pirates August 11, 2007 Tim Lincecum (1) 4th 2-0 PIT 3-0 PIT 13-3 PIT
16 Lance Berkman Houston Astros May 15, 2008 Vinnie Chulk 9th 7-7 T 8-7 HOU 8-7 HOU
17 Prince Fielder Milwaukee Brewers July 19, 2008 Osiris Matos 7th 5-5 T 6-5 MIL 8-5 MIL
18 Brian Giles San Diego Padres August 24, 2008 Kevin Correia (2) 1st 0-0 T 1-0 SDP 7-4 SF
19 Miguel Montero Arizona Diamondbacks September 29, 2009 Jonathan Sánchez 4th 2-0 SF 2-1 SF 8-4 SF
20 David Ortiz Boston Red Sox June 27, 2010 Tim Lincecum (2) 1st 0-0 T 1-0 BOS 5-1 BOS
21 Adam LaRoche (2) Arizona Diamondbacks August 27, 2010 Tim Lincecum (3) 1st 0-0 T 3-0 ARI 6-0 ARI
22 Adam LaRoche (3) Arizona Diamondbacks August 28, 2010 Sergio Romo 9th 9-3 ARI 11-3 ARI 11-3 ARI
23 Rick Ankiel Atlanta Braves October 8, 2010 Ramón Ramírez 10th 4-4 T 5-4 ATL 5-4 ATL (10)
24 Dioner Navarro Los Angeles Dodgers July 20, 2011 Tim Lincecum (4) 7th 0-0 T 1-0 LAD 1-0 LAD
25 Mitch Moreland Texas Rangers June 9, 2012 Ryan Vogelsong (1) 8th 5-0 SF 5-1 SF 5-2 SF
26 Carlos González Colorado Rockies April 8, 2013 Madison  Bumgarner (1) 3rd 3-0 SF 3-1 SF 4-2 SF
27 Domonic Brown Philadelphia Phillies May 6, 2013 Madison  Bumgarner (2) 5th 4-1 PHI 5-1 PHI 6-2 PHI
28 Brian McCann Atlanta Braves May 10, 2013 Matt  Cain (1) 5th 6-0 SF 6-2 SF 8-2 SF
29 Carlos González (2) Colorado Rockies May 25, 2013 Barry Zito 1st 0-0 T 2-0 COL 6-5 SF (10)
30 Garrett Jones Pittsburgh Pirates August 22, 2013 Matt  Cain (2) 2nd 1-0 PIT 2-0 PIT 10-5 PIT
31 Carlos González (3) Colorado Rockies April 11, 2014 Madison  Bumgarner (3) 3rd 1-0 COL 3-0 COL 6-5 SF
32 Yasmani Grandal San Diego Padres April 30, 2014 Tim Hudson (1) 9th 3-1 SF 3-2 SF 3-2 SF
33 Freddie Freeman Atlanta Braves May 12, 2014 Javier López 9th 4-1 SF 4-2 SF 4-2 SF
34 Curtis Granderson (1) New York Mets June 8, 2014 Tim Lincecum (5) 6th 4-2 SF 4-3 SF 6-4 SF
35 Adam Dunn Chicago White Sox August 13, 2014 Jake Peavy 4th 0-0 T 1-0 CHW 7-1 SF
36 Corey Dickerson Colorado Rockies August 27, 2014 Tim Hudson (2) 5th 1-0 SF 1-1 T 4-2 SF
37 Ender Inciarte Arizona Diamondbacks September 9, 2014 Yusmeiro Petit 4th 3-0 SF 3-1 SF 5-1 SF
38 Bryce Harper Washington Nationals October 7, 2014 Hunter Strickland 7th 2-1 SF 2-2 T 3-2 SF
39 Cody Asche Philadelphia Phillies July 11, 2015 Ryan Vogelsong (2) 6th 2-1 PHI 4-1 PHI 8-5 SF
40 Ben Zobrist Chicago Cubs May 20, 2016 George Kontos 8th 5-1 CHC 6-1 CHC 8-1 CHC
41 Joc Pederson Los Angeles Dodgers June 12, 2016 Hunter Strickland (2) 7th 2-0 SF 2-1 SF 2-1 SF
42 Curtis Granderson (2) New York Mets August 19, 2016 Johnny Cueto (1) 2nd 0-0 T 1-0 NYM 8-1 SF
43 Mike Moustakas (1) Kansas City Royals June 14, 2017 Johnny Cueto (2) 2nd 0-0 T 1-0 KC 7-2 KC
44 Chase Utley Los Angeles Dodgers September 12, 2017 Johnny Cueto (3) 4th 1-0 SF 1-1 T 5-3 LAD
45 Cody Bellinger Los Angeles Dodgers September 13, 2017 Matt Moore 5th 2-0 LAD 4-0 LAD 4-1 LAD
46 Matt Carpenter St. Louis Cardinals July 8, 2018 Ray Black 8th 11-5 SF 11-8 SF 13-8 SF
47 Max Muncy Los Angeles Dodgers September 30, 2018 Chris Stratton 5th 12-0 LAD 14-0 LAD 15-0 LAD
48 Max Muncy (2) Los Angeles Dodgers June 9, 2019 Madison Bumgarner (4) 1st 0-0 T 1-0 LAD 1-0 LAD
49 Michael Conforto New York Mets July 21, 2019 Conner Menez 2nd 0-0 T 1-0 NYM 3-2 SF (12)
50 Robel García Chicago Cubs July 22, 2019 Shaun Anderson 2nd 0-0 T 1-0 CHC 5-4 SF
51 Bryce Harper (2) Philadelphia Phillies August 9, 2019 Tony Watson 7th 6-5 SF 8-6 PHI 9-6 PHI
52 Shin-Soo Choo Texas Rangers August 2, 2020 Jeff Samardzija 5th 3-1 TEX 5-1 TEX 9-5 TEX
53 Daulton Varsho Arizona Diamondbacks September 5, 2020 Trevor Gott 7th 4-1 SF 4-2 SF 4-3 SF
54 Joey Votto Cincinnati Reds April 12, 2021 Jarlin García 6th 2-0 CIN 3-0 CIN 3-0 CIN
55 Mike Moustakas (2) Cincinnati Reds April 13, 2021 Kevin Gausman 1st 2-0 CIN 4-0 CIN 7-6 SF
56 Jake Cronenworth San Diego Padres May 9, 2021 Johnny Cueto (4) 2nd 0-0 T 2-0 SDP 11-1 SDP
57 Max Muncy (3) Los Angeles Dodgers May 22, 2021 Scott Kazmir 1st 0-0 T 1-0 LAD 6-3 LAD
58 Joc Pederson (2) Chicago Cubs June 3, 2021 Anthony DeSclafani 3rd 1-0 SF 2-1 CHC 7-2 SF

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