Giants ready to face Rockies waiting for reinforcements

san francisco giants maybe better to go out of town for a few days

Giants Wrapped up a 2-4 homestand with a loss to the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday at the end of a disappointing week at home. Visit San Francisco Now colorado rockies for three games starting Tuesday night

Giants Will open the series by sending right-hander John Brebia (2-0, 3.80 ERA) to the mound against of rocks Right-hander Dinelson Lammett (1-2, 13.17)

Brebbia will make just his fifth start of the season and fourth career start against of rocks, He has appeared in 21 games against them, going 1-0 with a 2.20 ERA.

Brebia will serve more as an opener than a starter on Tuesday night. He has pitched in 25 games this year, including 21 as a reliever, and has not pitched more than two innings in any appearance. He started early with starters Ross Stripling (back) and Alex Wood (back) on the injured list.

San Francisco is hoping to get two players back from the injured list before Tuesday night’s game. Outfielder Jock Pederson (bruised right hand) and infielder Thiaro Estrada (sprained left wrist) are eligible to come out of the IL and are expected to be active.

A tough stretch begins for Tuesday Giants, which will play 12 games over 13 days in four cities. Having already played two games against San Diego in Mexico City in April, the club is used to traveling

“Given what we dealt with earlier in the season, it doesn’t seem like it should be overwhelming or anything more than challenging,” Giants said manager Gabe Kapler. “It will definitely be challenging, but I don’t see it as debilitating in any way.

of rocks Return home after winning two of three games in Kansas City over the weekend, which helped salvage the end of their road trip. They had lost four games in Arizona earlier in the week and were poised to sweep the Royals but offense was lacking in Sunday’s 2-0 loss

Colorado has also dealt with injuries to its rotation, losing German Marquez, Antonio Senzatella and Ryan Feltner, while forcing manager Bud Black to get creative with his staff. That includes moving Lammett into the rotation, which he did on Wednesday at Arizona.

Lammett needed 71 pitches over three innings in a 6–0 loss to the Diamondbacks, but was encouraged by some aspects of his outing.

Lament said, “I didn’t throw as many innings as I wanted or hit the target.” “But the positive is that I executed the pitches I wanted and didn’t walk anyone.”

Lammett, who. is the 11th pitcher to start a game for of rocks This season, there is nothing new to the role. He made 56 starts for the Padres in 4 1/2 seasons and finished the 2020 season fourth in National League Cy Young voting.

four of them start out as members of the Padre Giants when he went 1-1 with a 5.22 ERA in 12 appearances.

– Field Level Media