Giants 2015 home opener at AT&T Park
Giants 2015 home opener
A man sells programs outside of AT&T Park before a baseball game between the San Francisco Giants and the Colorado Rockies in San Francisco, Monday, April 13, 2015.
Flannery & Papa
Giants Pregame Live host Greg Papa is joined by analyst Tim Flannery at Willie Mays Plaza prior to the home opener on Monday.
Winn, Blue & Laskey
Comcast SportsNet analysts Randy Winn, Vida Blue and Bill Laskey prepare for Giants Pregame Live from Willie Mays Plaza.
Buster Posey warms up starter Chris Heston -- the second Giants rookie ever to start a home opener.
San Francisco Giants fans celebrate last years World Series win during opening day festivities at AT&T Park in San Francisco.
Madison Bumgarner delivers the 2014 championship flag on horseback prior to passing it off to teammates for hoisting up the AT&T Park flag pole.
Line 'em up
San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy leads this players onto the field during home opener pregame festivities.
San Francisco Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum, manager Bruce Bochy and catcher Buster Posey carry the Giants World Series trophies from the 2010, 2012 and 2014 seasons before the home opener.
Flags flying high
Right before first pitch, the Giants raised their 2014 World Series flag. Sergio Romo, Matt Cain, Jeremy Affeldt, Javier Lopez and Santiago Casilla, who were members of the 2010, '12 and '14 World Series teams, raised the flag.
Rockies strike first
With one out in the fourth inning, Troy Tulowitzki singled to left to knock in Charlie Blackmon to give the Rockies a 1-0 lead.
With two outs in the seventh inning and Nick Hundley on third, Chris Heston threw a wild pitch. Buster Posey picked up the ball and threw to Heston, but as Heston applied the tag, Hundley kicked the ball out of his glove and was ruled safe. The Giants challenged the call, but did not win as the Rockies took a 2-0 lead.
Chris Heston had his second consecutive strong outing as he pitched seven innings and gave up two runs. The Giants, however, couldn't capitalize and stranded 12 runners on base and were shutout 2-0 in their home opener.