Lacking the timely hitting and consistent pitching present earlier in the week, the Giants Sunday fell 5-3 to the Brewers.
Giants bats were echoing loud and often Saturday, coming away with 15 hits against the Brewers.
The Giants rediscovered the win column with a sweep-avoiding 8-5 victory over Milwaukee Sunday at AT&T Park.
The National League Central division was a top-heavy division last season, and it will see little change this year.
Milwaukee has hit 184 home runs this year, the long-ball acting as the main gear to this high-powered offense.
Stratton’s outing primed his team for a 2-0 win over the Brewers Monday — the Giants’ first shutout at home and second all season.
The 2017 MLB season is on the horizon. With Opening Day around the corner, here’s a look at how the National League Central will shape up this season.
Khris Davis’ ability to make hitting the ball out of the park the other way look easy has perplexed even him.
The Oakland Athletics have now used the disabled list once for each spot on the active roster.
Hits were hard to come by once again, as the Oakland Athletics were dumped by the Milwaukee Brewers.
Danny Valencia sprinted home to take the lead to take the lead during a three-run, two-out rally that gave Oakland a 5-3 win over the Brewers.
Standing ovations have become a routine sight for Giants’ starters.
Madison Bumgarner’s presence at the plate yet again pulled the Giants to a win, 3-2 over the Brewers.
The Giants’ winning mentality revolves around the proverbial ‘next man up’ narrative.
Jake Peavy gave the San Francisco Giants a fifth-straight quality start with six innings of shutout ball.
Matt Cain took a big step back as the last-place Milwaukee Brewers pummeled him for eight hits in their 5-2 win.
The streaky San Francisco Giants have one of the best offenses in the National League. It’s true. Really.
AT&T PARK — The Giants capped off a dominant series Sunday afternoon with an emphatic 15-5 win.
AT&T PARK — Saturday was the deepest Giants starter Jake Peavy ever carried a no-hit bid.
AT&T PARK — Now is a good time for the Giants to be heating up.
AT&T PARK — Tim Lincecum tossed eight scoreless innings and Brandon Belt smacked a three-run homer.
AT&T PARK — Madison Bumgarner pitched great until the eighth, when a series of mistakes led to a big Milwaukee inning.
The Giants’ troubles scoring runs with men on base was coupled with a pair of big league errors in a 3-1 loss to the Brewers.
AT&T PARK — After a decent 3-3 road trip, the Giants faced off against an ideal opponent, the lowly Milwaukee Brewers.