The San Francisco Giants have an off-day, giving the fans a lot of time to sit on some thoughts before they begin a three-game series at Coors Field.
- Well, another day off already? That was quick. After playing 13 straight games since their last off-day, the Giants get two in four days. They’ll use the free day to travel to Colorado to take on the Rockies over the weekend.
- Normally, heading to the weird baseball factory that is Coors Field would be no cause for celebration, but after another flat offensive series in Kansas City, maybe the hitting heaven is the best place to be. They’ve hit just two home runs in the past nine games (both coming last Friday against the Rockies), so a small ballpark could be just what they need to get some confidence back in those bats.
- On the other hand, Tyler Chatwood is going in the series opener on Friday. The last time he faced the Giants, he threw a complete game, two-hit shutout and he is 6-3 with a 2.55 ERA and 1.149 WHIP against the Giants in 13 games (12 starts).
- During the last Off-Day’s Offerings, I wondered …
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