The Giants will play their final non-division games of the season on this 6-game Road Trip to Houston and Chicago:
San Francisco Giants
Games Remaining 34 Home Games 16 Road Games 18 Non-Division Games 6 vs Teams over .500 6 All 6 vs Dodgers
Los Angeles Dodgers
Games Remaining 34 Home Games 17 Road Games 17 Non-Division Games 10 vs Teams over .500 16 6 vs SF, 4 vs STL,
3 at WSH, 3 at CIN
Worst Records in the N.L. Games Remaining vs
SF LA Astros 40-88 3 0 Cubs 49-77 3 0 Rockies 51-75 7 6 Marlins 58-71 0 0 Padres 59-70 6 6
Best Records This Season vs Team under .500
Braves 44-21 .677 Reds 48-24 .667 Nationals 47-26 .644 Giants 40-23 .635 Pirates 40-25 .615
Best Records on the Road since All-Star Break
Giants 14-5 .737 Dodgers 14-6 .700 Nationals 16-8 .667 Reds 11-6
.647 Braves 11-9
Giants on the Road This Season
Before Break After Break Record 20-24 14-5 Run Diff -36 61
AVG .263 .291 RGM 4.5 6.6 ERA 4.85 3.29
San Francisco Giants
This Season on Road
N.L. Rank 324 Runs 1st 5.1 RunsGame 1st .271 Average 1st .414 Slug 3rd .327 OB 3rd
GiantsAstros Season Series
SF HOU Wins 5 1 Runs 30 14 Hits 60 30 HR 7 3
Last 3 Starts Previous 7 Starts Record 3-0
ERA 1.61 4.76
Opp Avg .220 .285
HR 1 9
Walks 1 10
Strikeouts 17 35
This Season vs Astros
July August Games 22 25 Avg .210 .347 OB .244 .414 Slug .309 .571 Runs 4 27 RBI 5 13 Walks 4 12 Most in Majors
Highest Average Since All-Star Break
Min 100 ABs
Buster Posey SF .404 Yadier Molina STL .364 Scott Rolen CIN .356 Derek Jeter NYY .352 David Murphy TEX .351
Giants Franchise History
Highest Average after All-Star Game (1st ASG was 1933)
Buster Posey 2012 .404 Barry Bonds 2002 .404 Barry Bonds 2003 .388 J.T. Snow 2004 .387 Willie Mays 1954 .367
Over their last 53 games, the Astros are 8-45. Easily the worst 53 game stretch in Astros history.
Worst Records over 53 Games
1916 Athletics 4-49
1923 Braves 8-45
1949 Senators 8-45
1961 Phillies 8-45
2012 Astros 8-45
SAN FRANCISCO — A top pitching prospect highlighted the list of Giants added to the 40-man roster before Monday’s deadline.
The Giants put right-hander Tyler Beede on their 40-man roster, along with Aramis Garcia, Tyler Herb and D.J. Snelten. The four players were protected from the Rule 5 draft, held in December on the final day of the annual Winter Meetings. To clear roster spots, the Giants designated Orlando Calixte and Micah Johnson for assignment and outrighted Dan Slania to Triple-A.
Beede, a 24-year-old former first-round pick, likely would have ended up on the roster earlier if not for a groin injury that ended his Triple-A season early. The Giants anticipated him making a September debut, but he ended up needing time in the Arizona Fall League to make up for lost innings. Beede was sharp in the AFL once he knocked the rust off, allowing three runs over 10 innings in his final two starts. He is expected to compete for a rotation spot at some point next year, although he also stands as one of the organization’s best offseason trade chips.
Garcia, 24, has struggled with injuries at times in the minors, but he hit 17 homers in just 402 at-bats in 2017 and earned a promotion to Double-A Richmond. Garcia is currently one of just two catchers on the 40-man roster.
Herb was essentially the player to be named later in the Chris Heston deal. The 25-year-old had a 2.76 ERA in 10 starts for Double-A Richmond last season. Snelten is a lefty reliever who had a 2.20 ERA across two levels last season and could break into the big leagues as a bullpen weapon next year.
The roster now stands at 40 after the churn, which included a couple of players picked up as flyers because the Giants are at the front of the waiver process. Johnson was added in October and infielder Engelb Vielma, added during the season, was claimed by the Phillies on a waiver claim. Slania, who made his big league debut during the season, cleared waivers and joins Triple-A Sacramento’s offseason roster.
On Monday morning, some important details emerged.
The Giants discussed Joe Panik and top prospects Tyler Beede and Chris Shaw with the Marlins in a potential trade for Giancarlo Stanton, according to sports radio host Craig Mish.
Last week, San Francisco reportedly made an actual offer for Stanton.
The Giants selected Beede, 24, in the first round (14th overall) of the 2014 draft.
The right-handed pitcher went 6-7 with a 4.79 ERA over 19 starts in Triple-A last season.
[RELATED: Healthy Tyler Beede shows why he's Giants' top pitching prospect]
The Orange and Black took Shaw, 24, in the first round (31st overall) of the 2015 draft.
In 37 games for Double-A Richmond in 2017, he hit .301 with six home runs and 29 RBI.
He was promoted to Triple-A and hit .289 with 18 home runs and 50 RBI in 88 games.
Shaw recently played in the Arizona Fall League, but only saw action in five games because of a sore shoulder.