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San Francisco Giants pitcher Blake Snell is typically an “above average” fantasy starter, but his production is in question as he returns from another injury.
Next GameNext Game 07/12/2024 10:15 PM EST
Next OpponentNext Opponent MIN Minnesota Twins 
Standing (Division)Division Rank 4th NL West
WinsWins 45
LossesLosses 48
RunsRuns Scored 415
Runs AllowedRuns Allowed 447
Batting AverageBatting Average .244
Home RunsHome Runs 96
ManagerManager Bob Melvin

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  • SF Starting Pitcher #45
    Harrison’s run came when he was out of the game on a fielder’s choice that scored Carlos Correa off the bat of Willi Castro. The 22-year-old southpaw issued only one walk while striking out three in his final start before the All-Star break. Harrison has had some ups and downs in his first full year of MLB action, but a 4.08 ERA and 73/27 K/BB over 86 innings illustrate there’s reason for optimism in both the short and long-term.
  • FA Shortstop #16
    There wasn’t another team out there willing to pick up the remainder of Ahmed’s contract, so he’s been officially cut loose by the Giants just a couple days after being designated for assignment. The 34-year-old veteran defensive specialist might be able to latch on somewhere as a bench option, but simply doesn’t offer enough offensive production to merit consideration in a starting role at this stage of his career.
  • SF Center Fielder #17
    Ramos, who is headed to next week’s Midsummer Classic as a reserve, extended his on-base streak to 11 consecutive games by taking Blue Jays ace Kevin Gausman deep in the opening frame for a two-run blast to left field. It wound up being his lone hit in four at-bats during Thursday’s afternoon matinee at Oracle Park, but it was his fourth round-tripper in nine contests since the start of July. The 24-year-old former top prospect has delivered one of the more unexpected first-half breakthroughs, batting .300 (67-for-223) with 14 homers, 45 RBI and two steals through 57 games. He’s on a 40-homer pace since arriving in the big leagues back in early May. That’ll work.
  • SF Relief Pitcher #12
    Hicks gave up plenty of hard contact in an abbreviated outing during Thursday afternoon’s matinee at Oracle Park, surrendering a whopping eight hits, including solo homers to Danny Jansen and Spencer Horwitz. He notched only one strikeout and also issued one walk. The 27-year-old righty has faded over the last couple weeks as he’s established a new career-high mark for innings pitched, so he probably needs next week’s All-Star break more than most at this juncture. He’ll bring a 3.79 ERA, 1.36 WHIP and 83/36 K/BB ratio across 95 innings (19 starts) into the second half.
  • SF Right Fielder #2
    Soler missed two days with an illness but is back in the lineup as the lead-off hitter and designated hitter. With Kevin Gausman scuffling a bit this season, Soler can be started in most fantasy leagues.
  • SF Left Fielder #31
    Giants manager Bob Melvin said that Wade Jr. is battling some lingering “hamstring tightness” so the team will go with Wilmer Flores at first base. Melvin believes that Wade Jr. could be back against the Twins, but the team will simply manage his hamstring tightness before he gets four days off over the All-Star break.
  • SF Catcher #14
    Bailey was perfect at the plate on Wednesday, reaching in all five plate appearances. He drew a walk in the first inning and scored on a base hit by Thairo Estrada. After drawing another walk in the second, Bailey singled and scored once again in the fifth. He walked for a third time in the sixth before going yard with a solo homer in the ninth. The 25-year-old backstop is hitting a solid .280/.356/.430 with seven homers and 30 RBI across 248 plate appearances.
  • SF Starting Pitcher #62
    Webb was cruising through four innings, allowing just one baserunner until a pair of base hits put two runners on with one out in the fifth. Ernie Clement drove them all in, putting the Blue Jays ahead with a three-run blast. Things would unravel for Webb in the sixth as Toronto recorded four straight hits to drive in two runs and knock Webb from the game. Two inherited runners would come in to score in what was a seven-run inning. The 27-year-old right-hander will take 3.47 ERA, 1.24 WHIP, and a 107/28 K/BB ratio across 124 1/3 innings into the All-Star break.
  • SF Right Fielder #2
    It’s the second straight game that the 32-year-old slugger has missed while feeling a bit under the weather. Mike Yastrzemski will start in his place in right field and will bat seventh for the Giants against Jays’ right-hander Chris Bassitt on Wednesday evening in San Francisco.
  • SF Second Baseman #0
    With Chad Green needing a day off, the Jays turned to Trevor Richards in a one-run game in the ninth tonight, and things did not go as hoped. Patrick Bailey singled to get things going, and Tyler Fitzgerald walked, bringing up Wisely with two outs. Wisely hit what looked like a routine grounder, but the second baseman was pulled over and couldn’t grab the ball up the middle. Worse, he deflected it, allowing Bailey to score from second and Fitzgerald to advance to third. Fitzgerald then scored on a wild pitch to end the game.