Welcome back to the bigs, Steven Duggar.
And he immediately produced.
Duggar came to the plate for his first at-bat against Dodgers starter Walker Buehler with one out and runners on second and third in the bottom of the second inning. On the third pitch, he roped a 90 mph cutter inside the right field line for a two-run triple, the Giants' third extra-base hit of the game.
Duggar didn't spend much time at third, as Darin Ruf followed him with an RBI single to center. The Giants held a 4-1 lead after two, and added another two runs and two extra-base hits in the third inning, which certainly wasn't what anybody realistically could have envisioned.
Entering Sunday, the Giants had totaled just three earned runs and seven extra-base hits in 34.0 innings against Buehler this season.