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2010 World Series Champions!

San Francisco Giants 2010 Schedule and Results

2010 San Francisco Giants Schedule

2010 World Series
on FOX (times Pacific, naturally):

National League Championship Series

National League Division Series:

Game Highlights:

--2010 World Series--

2010WS Game 1: SF 11 - RANGERS 7
10/27 - In a game that saw TEN doubles, San Francisco opened up the World Series with an 11-7 victory over the visiting Texas Rangers. Tim Lincecum was on the mound for the Giants against Cliff Lee for Texas. The Giants seemed out of place, making mistakes as if their head wasn't into the game. The miscues would allow a Texas to jump to a 2-0 lead after two innings. SF tied the game in the third inning, but conservative base running cost them at least a run. SF exploded for six runs in the fifth inning and chased Cliff Lee, ultimately tagging him with seven runs; six earned. His replacement, Darren O'Day, promptly gave up a 3-run homer to left field on a 2-ball fastball that landed 10 rows up the bleachers. Texas would pull a pair back in the sixth and Lincecum would leave, leaving Casilla to strike out Andrus. In the bottom of the eighth, the Giants scored three more runs off relievers Lowe and Kirkman. Texas did get three runs in the top of the ninth, but it was too little, too late, and game one goes to the G-Men. Uribe and Freddy Sanchez each had 3 RBI for SF. Texas committed four errors; San Francisco a pair for themselves... →game recap

2010WS Game 2: SF 9 - RANGERS 0
10/28 - San Francisco took a 2 games to none lead over the Texas Rangers in the 106th World Series with a 9-0 drubbing on Thursday night in San Francisco. Both starters did well, Matt Cain went 7 2/3 scoreless innings for SF, allowing just four hits and two walks. CJ Wilson took the mound for Texas and pitched six innings and after facing a batter in the seventh, left due to a blister. He allowed one run in the fifth, an Edgar Renteria homer to left field, and a run in the seventh, when the walked Cody Ross would score SF's second run, singled in by Uribe. But all hell broke loose for Texas in the eighth, as the Giants plated seven runs; with two outs Buster Posey singled. Then Texas pitchers walked four Giants in a row, scoring two, followed by an Edgar Renteria single that brought in two more runs. Aaron Rowand then pinch-hit and cracked one to triples alley, scoring two more, and he scored a few minutes later when Andres Torres doubled to right field. A near thirty minute half inning with eleven Giants batting. It would be nice if every night had an inning like this for SF. The series heads to Texas for games Saturday, Sunday and maybe Monday, if necessary... →game recap

2010WS Game 3: SF 2 - RANGERS 4
10/30 - The long ball was the storyline of game three of the World Series as the action moved to Arlington, and the Texas Rangers earned its first victory in the World Series. SF now leads two games to one. The Rangers' Mitch Moreland hit a 3-run homer to right field in the second inning to open the scoring. Josh Hamilton would add a solo shot to right field in the fifth to put Texas up 4-0. SF starter Jonathan Sanchez would not survive that fifth inning, being relieved by Mota. SF picked up two homers late in the game - both solo shots - as Cody Ross went deep to left field in the seventh, while Andres Torres found the right field bleachers in the eighth. While SF did turn three double plays on defense, the offense struggled as Pat Burrell struck out four times, and left three on base. Buster Posey left 2 on base. Texas left 13 on base, every player leaving 1 or 2 on, except Elvis Andrus who left none on base... →game recap

2010WS Game 4: SF 4 - RANGERS 0
10/31 - The Orange and Black of the Giants were destined to win, since the Halloween colors belong to them. Madison Bumgarner pitched 8 solid innings, allowing three hits and just two walks, and became the 4th youngest starting pitcher to win a World Series game. Brian Wilson took care of the ninth, 1-2-3. The Giants scored the first two runs in the fourth inning on a 2-run homer by Aubrey Huff, a moon shot down the right field line. In the seventh, Edgar Renteria [3 hits on the night], cracked a single to left field. Two batters later, Andres Torres hit a ball deep to center field that brought home Renteria. In the eighth, Buster Posey smacked a homer over the center field wall for the Giants fourth run of the night. Between the coolness of Bumgarner on the mound and timely hitting by the batters, SF is now one win from the biggest prize in baseball! Oh, the starting battery of Posey-Bumgarner makes the first time rookies have done that since 1947... →game recap

2010WS Game 5: SF 3 - RANGERS 1
11/01 - What a magical night it was! Tim Lincecum struck out 10 Rangers and allowed only three hits, closer Brian Wilson earned the save, and with a seventh inning 3-run home run over the left-center fence by WORLD SERIES MVP EDGAR RENTERIA, the Giants earned their first World Series Championship since moving to San Francisco. Cody Ross started it in the seventh with a 1-2 count single. Juan Uribe followed with a 0-2 single, moving up Ross. Aubrey Huff then put down a beautiful sacrifice bunt, first sacrifice of his career, moving the runners to second and third. The Burrell struck out, again, and ended the series 0-13 with 11k's. Ouch. Then, with two outs it was Renteria's turn at the plate. Cliff Lee didn't walk him to get to Rowand, he took his chances with Edgar and lost as the 2-0 cutter landed just over the fence. Oh, Nelson Cruz did hit a solo homer for Texas in the bottom of the seventh, but it didn't rattle Lincecum. Notes: Renteria's World Series winning hit was his second ['97 Marlins], and he joins just three others with that distinction: Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio, and Yogi Berra. Not too shabby of company. For the series the Giants picthing was sooooo good that the Rangers batted only .190, third worst; just 29 hits over five games. By contrast, SF recorded 29 RUNS. The party is in SF on Wednesday, and we'll see you in 2011! Don't Stop Believin'... →game recap

--National League Championship Series--

NLCS Game 1: SF 4 - PHILLIES 3
10/16 - A matchup of amazing pitchers was on tap for Game 1 of the NLCS as Tim Lincecum would face Roy Halladay. The Giants struck first in the third inning when Cody Ross homered to left field, the first hit Halladay allowed in the postseason. The Phillies matched that hit with a homer by Carlos Ruiz in the bottom of the third. In the fifth inning, Cody did it again, another solo homer to almost the same left field location. 2-1 Giants. In the sixth, with two outs, Buster Posey reached base on a single, followed by former-Phillie Pat Burrell who smacked the ball to the wall, scoring Posey. Schierholtz pinch-ran for Burrell and scored on a Juan Uribe single. The Phillies would counter with a 2-run homer by Jayson Werth to shrink the lead to 4-3, but Brian Wilson would record a four out save and game one of the NLCS belongs to San Francisco... →game recap

NLCS Game 2: SF 1 - PHILLIES 6
10/17 - Lefty hurlery Jonathan Sanchez started game two of the NLCS against the Phillies and looked shaky in the first inning, needing 35 pitches to get through the inning, but only allowing one run on a bases-loaded walk. Roy Oswalt did his part for the Phillies, until Cody Ross his a solo homer to left (his third of the series) to knot the game at 1-1. The Phils took the lead on a Sac Fly in the fifth, but Sanchez otherwise had settled down, retiring the side in the sixth. The first batter he faced in the seventh was Oswalt, who hit a single. With that, Sanchez was gone, replaced by Ramon Ramirez. After a Saf Fly and intentional walk, Placido Polanco singled in Oswalt for a 3-1 Phillies lead. But they weren't done. Affeldt came in and after a double steal and intentional walk, was releived by Sergio Casilla. With the bases loaded, Jimmy Rollins doubled to deep center, clearing the bases and putting the game out of reach at 6-1. Bochy's bullpin got backed into a corner and didn't respond well. The Phillies tie the series at a game apiece, and now it's off to SF and 3 games due for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday... →game recap

NLCS Game 3: SF 3 - PHILLIES 0
10/19 - Matt Cain pitchd a gem at AT&T park as the Phillies were shutout for the first time since 1983. Cain allowed only 2 hits and 3 walks over his seven innings of work. Javier Lopez got the side out in the eighth and Brian Wilson allowed a hit but nothing further for his second save of the series. Against Phils starter Cole Hamels, the Giants put two runs on the board in the fourth inning: Cody Ross singled in Edgar Renteria followed by Aubrey Huff's grounder that scooted by Chase Utley, scoring Pat Burrell. The G-men added their third run in the fifth inning when Aaron Rowand doubled followed a few batters later by a Freddy Sanchez single to center field. With the win, the Giants go up 2 games to 1 in the series... →game recap

NLCS Game 4: SF 6 - PHILLIES 5
10/20 - Juan Uribe's sacrifice fly to left field scored Aubrey Huff in the bottom of the ninth to break a 5-5 tie and put San Francisco one game from a visit to the World Series. In the first and third innings, Buster Posey brought in a couple of RBIs to put SF ahead 2-0. In the fifth, Philadelphia chased Giant starter Madison Bumgarner, who, despite six strikeouts in four innings, got into a jam and was replaced by Sergio Casilla. The Phillies plated four runs that inning, but SF pulled one back in the fifth inning when Huff singled in Torres and took the lead at 5-4 in the sixth when Pablo "The Panda" Sandoval double went to the wall and brought home Burrell and Ross. In the eighth, Philly tied the game on doubles by Rollins and Werth. Brian Wilson shut down the Phils in the ninth, in the bottom of the inning, Huff singled; Posey singled moving Huff to third, and then Uribe's 1 ball 2 strike sac fly scored Huff put the G-Men on the cusp of baseball's biggest stage... →game recap

NLCS Game 5: SF 2 - PHILLIES 4
10/21 - The Phillies force a game six with a 4-2 victory over San Francisco thanks to an ugly third inning on defense by the Giants that allowed three Phillies to score. As in game one of the NLCS, it was Halladay versus The Freak. SF took an early 1-0 lead, as Torres walked to open SF's batting and scored when Posey's grounder was bobbled by Chase Utley. In the Phillies' half of the third, Ibanez led off with a single, then Ruiz was hit by Lincecum. On the first pitch to Halladay, Roy bunted and the ball was foul, but called fair. Posey's throw caught Sandoval off the ball, and he couldn't beat Ibanez to the bag. Victorino's then hit a ball that was misplayed by Aubrey Huff, then ricocheted off his knee to behind second base. That gaffe allowed two runs to score. Polanco followed with a single that scored Victorino for the 3-1 Phillies lead. In the fourth, SF got back to back doubles by Burrell and Posey to make the game 3-2. Beyond that, SF's batters remained 'Torture' the rest of the evening and the Phillies added insurance in the ninth when Jayson Werth tapped a hit that went over the right field wall. With the 4-2 loss, SF has to return to Philadelphia for game six on Saturday night... →game recap

NLCS Game 6: SF 3 - PHILLIES 2
10/23 - The Giants win the pennant! The Giants win the pennant! - Juan Uribe's eighth inning solo home run to right field broke a 2-2 tie and sends the Giants to the 2010 World Series. Philadelphia started the game with two runs against Giant starter Jonathan Sanchez. In the third, the Giants tied the game after Sanchez singled, followed by a ball off Shane Victorino's glove at the wall. Freddy Sanchez then laid down a sacrifice bunt. Aubrey Huff followed with a single that scored Sanchez, but Torres was thrown out at home. The Posey hit a worm killer to Polanco and his throw to first hit Posey, which allowed Huff to score. 2-2. In the bottom of the inning, Sanchez hit Chase Utley. The benches cleared, but there was no tussle. Sanchez was removed by Bochy, however, as he was a bit wild. Affeldt then came in and pitched two innings. He was followed by fouth starter Madison Bumgarner, who threw two innings, Javier Lopez, who threw the seventh. Then, with the lead, Bochy went to the Freak, Tim Lincecum, who came in to start the eighth with the 3-2 lead following Uribe's homer a half inning earlier. After a strikeout, Lincecum allowed two singles and was removed for closer Brian Wilson. Wilson got the Phils's Carlos Ruiz to hit a 1-1 pitch that went straight to Aubrey Huff at first, who then threw to Edgar Renteria and he doubled off Victorino. In the ninth, Wilson allowed a couple of walks, but he got Ryan Howard to watch a knee-high strike into Buster Posey's glove and the NL Pennant was San Francisco's. The Giants advance to the World Series for the first time since 2002... →game recap

--National League Divison Series--

NLDS Game 1: SF 1 - BRAVES 0
10/7 - After a few days off, the NLDS series against Atlanta got underway in San Francisco. Lincecum was amazing, a 14 strikeout, 2-hit complete game. The Giants scored once, a two-out RBI single by Cody Ross, scoring Buster Posey in the fourth inning. In the sixth, Buster hit a ball to the alley and ended up on third, thanks to Rick Ankiel's error, but the Braves would escape. But Lincecum was lights out and game one goes to SF. Lowe takes the loss for the Braves... →game recap

NLDS Game 2: SF 4 - BRAVES 5
10/8 - SF got out to an early start, thanks to a 3-run homer to the left field bleachers by Pat Burrell. That was followed the next inning with an RBI single by starter Matt Cain, who did fine in his 6.2 innings, allowing one run in the sixth. Things unraveled for the Giants in the eighth inning, however, as Sergio Romo gave up back to back hits. Bochy then turned to Brian Wilson, with designs on a 2-inning save, but that was busted when Sandoval made a throwing error which allowed a run to score, the Braves' Conrad laid down a sacrifice bunt, followed by an Alex Gonzalez double that scored two more runs to tie the game at 4-4. The Giants loaded the bases in the tenth, but Buster Posey grounded into a double play to end the threat. Altanta reliever Billy Wagner hurt his hip flexor in fielding a bunt. His condition is not known. In the eleventh inning, SF reliever Ramon Ramirez gave up a homer to Rick Ankiel that landed in McCovey Cove, and that fifth run by the Braves would be the game winner. The series is now tied at 1 game apiece. Game three is Sunday afternoon in Atlanta. At this time, the Braves do not Fear The Beard... →game recap

NLDS Game 3: SF 2 - BRAVES 2
10/10 - Sunday in Atlanta, Jonathan Sanchez proved why he deserved the third starter role. He pitched no hit ball through five plus innings and the lefty notched 11 strikeouts when he was pulled with 1 out in the bottom of the eighth, with one on and SF leading 1-0. The Giants first run came back in the second inning when Mike Fontenot, after opening the inning by hitting a triple off the right field wall, scored on a Brooks Conrad error on a Cody Ross ground ball. After Sanchez gave up a hit to Gonzalez in the eighth, he was replaced by Romo who faced pinch hitter Eric Hinskie, who promptly smacked the ball just inside the right foul pole for a two run homer and a Braves lead. It was looking bad for the Giants but they struck back in the ninth. With one out, Travis Ishikawa walked. With two out, Freddy Sanchez singled, moving Travis to second base. Aubrey Huff then singled in Ishikawa to tie game at 2-2. Buster Posey grounded the ball to Brooks Conrad, who let the ball through his legs for his third error of the game, scoring Freddy Sanchez, and making it 3-2 Gigantes. In the ninth, closer Brian Wilson gave up a two out single, but Nate McLouth grounded out to second and SF goes up on Braves, 2 games to 1, looking to close out the series Monday night in Atlanta, at 4:30 Pacific Time... →game recap

NLDS Game 4: SF 3 - BRAVES 2
10/11 - SF moves on to the National League Championship Series versus the Phillies! The Giants went down 0-1 in the third inning, but in the sixth, Cody Ross hit a ball over the stripe in left field for a homer to tie. Atlanta took the lead back with a solo shot of their own in the bottom of the inning. In the seventh, Atlanta starter Derek Lowe gave up a walk, an infield single and a walk to load the bases. Reliever Moyan allowed a run on a fielder's choice. Venters relieved Moyan and with a single by Cody Ross, Buster Posey scored but Pat Burrell was thrown out at home and the Giants ended the seventh up 3-2. After an uneventful eighth by both teams, Brian Wilson came on in the ninth and while a bit shaky, got the three outs and the save and the series belongs to SF!!! On to the very tough Philadelphia Phillies... →game recap

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The 2010 Playoffs
National League Divison Series
Day Opponent Results Record
Thu 10-7 ATLANTA  W 1-0  1-0
Fri 10-8 ATLANTA  L 4-5  1-1
Sun 10-10 @ ATLANTA  W 3-2  2-1
Mon 10-11 @ ATLANTA  W 3-2  3-1
National League Championship Series
Day Opponent Results Record
Sat 10-16 @ PHILADELPHIA  W 4-3  1-0
Sun 10-17 @ PHILADELPHIA  L 1-6  1-1
Tue 10-19 PHILADELPHIA  W 3-0  2-1
Wed 10-20 PHILADELPHIA  W 6-5  3-1
Thu 10-21 PHILADELPHIA  L 2-4  3-2
Sat 10-23 @ PHILADELPHIA  W 3-2  4-2
2010 World Series
Day Opponent Results Record
Wed 10-27 TEXAS RANGERS  W 11-7  1-0
Thu 10-28 TEXAS RANGERS  W 9-0  2-0
Sat 10-30 @ TEXAS RANGERS  L 2-4  2-1
Sun 10-31 @ TEXAS RANGERS  W 4-0  3-1
Mon 11-01 @ TEXAS RANGERS  W 3-1  4-1
Home games in orange - All Times PDT - subject to change
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sf giants schedule April 2010
Day Opponent Results Record
Mon 4-5 @ Houston  W 5-2  1-0
Tue 4-6 @ Houston  W 3-0  2-0
Wed 4-7 @ Houston  W 10-4  3-0
Thu 4-8 off    
Fri 4-9 ATLANTA  W 4-0  4-0
Sat 4-10 ATLANTA  L 2-7  4-1
Sun 4-11 ATLANTA  W 6-3  5-1
Mon 4-12 PITTSBURGH  W 9-3  6-1
Tue 4-13 PITTSBURGH  L 5-6  6-2
Wed 4-14 PITTSBURGH  W 6-0  7-2
Thu 4-15 off    
Fri 4-16 @ Los Angeles  L 8-10  7-3
Sat 4-17 @ Los Angeles  W 9-0  8-3
Sun 4-18 @ Los Angeles  L 2-1  8-4
Mon 4-19 @ San Diego  L 2-3  8-5
Tue 4-20 @ San Diego  L 0-1  8-6
Wed 4-21 @ San Diego  L 2-5  8-7
Thu 4-22 off    
Fri 4-23 SAINT LOUIS  W 4-1  9-7
Sat 4-24 SAINT LOUIS  W 2-0  10-7
Sun 4-25 SAINT LOUIS  L 0-2  10-8
Mon 4-26 PHILADELPHIA  W 5-1  11-8
Tue 4-27 PHILADELPHIA  W 6-2  12-8
Wed 4-28 PHILADELPHIA  L 6-7  12-9
Thu 4-29 off    
Fri 4-30 COLORADO  W 5-2  13-9
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sf giants schedule May 2010
Day Opponent Results Record
Sat 5-1 COLORADO  W 6-1  14-9
Sun 5-2 COLORADO  L 1-4  14-10
Mon 5-4 off    
Tue 5-4 @ Florida  W 9-6  15-10
Wed 5-5 @ Florida  W 3-2  16-10
Thu 5-6 @ Florida  W 6-3  17-10
Fri 5-7 @ New York Mets  L 4-6  17-11
Sat 5-8 @ New York Mets  L 4-5  17-12
Sun 5-9 @ New York Mets  W 6-5  18-12
Mon 5-10 off    
Tue 5-11 SAN DIEGO  L 2-3  18-13
Wed 5-12 SAN DIEGO  L 2-5  18-14
Thu 5-13 SAN DIEGO  L 0-1  18-15
Fri 5-14 HOUSTON  W 8-2  19-15
Sat 5-15 HOUSTON  W 2-1  20-15
Sun 5-16 HOUSTON  W 4-3  21-15
Mon 5-17 @ San Diego  L 1-3  21-16
Tue 5-18 @ San Diego  W 7-6  22-16
Wed 5-19 @ Arizona  L 1-13  22-17
Thu 5-20 @ Arizona  L 7-8  22-18
Fri 5-21 @ Oakland  L 1-6  22-19
Sat 5-22 @ Oakland  L 0-1  22-20
Sun 5-23 @ Oakland  L 0-3  22-21
Mon 5-24 off    
Tue 5-25 WASHINGTON  W 4-2  23-21
Wed 5-26 WASHINGTON  L 3-7  23-22
Thu 5-27 WASHINGTON  W 5-4  24-22
Fri 5-28 ARIZONA  W 5-0  25-22
Sat 5-29 ARIZONA  W 12-1  26-22
Sun 5-30 ARIZONA  W 6-5  27-22
Mon 5-31 COLORADO  L 0-4  27-23
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sf giants schedule June 2010
Day Opponent Results Record
Tue 6-1 COLORADO  L 1-2  27-24
Wed 6-2 COLORADO  W 4-1  28-24
Thu 6-3 off    
Fri 6-4 @ Pittsburgh  W 6-4  29-24
Sat 6-5 @ Pittsburgh  L 3-6  29-25
Sun 6-6 @ Pittsburgh  W 6-5  30-25
Mon 6-7 @ Cincinnati  W 6-5  31-25
Tue 6-8 @ Cincinnati  W 3-0  32-25
Wed 6-9 @ Cincinnati  L 3-6  32-26
Thu 6-10 @ Cincinnati  L 6-7  32-27
Fri 6-11 OAKLAND  W 6-2  33-27
Sat 6-12 OAKLAND  W 5-4  34-27
Sun 6-13 OAKLAND  W 6-2  35-27
Mon 6-14 BALTIMORE  W 10-2  36-27
Tue 6-15 BALTIMORE  L 1-4  36-28
Wed 6-16 BALTIMORE  W 6-3  37-28
Thu 6-17 off    
Fri 6-18 @ Toronto  L 2-3  37-29
Sat 6-19 @ Toronto  L 0-3  37-30
Sun 6-20 @ Toronto  W 9-6  38-30
Mon 6-21 off    
Tue 6-22 @ Houston  W 3-1  39-30
Wed 6-23 @ Houston  L 3-6  39-31
Thu 6-24 @ Houston  L 5-7  39-32
Fri 6-25 BOSTON  W 5-4  40-32
Sat 6-26 BOSTON  L 2-4  40-33
Sun 6-27 BOSTON  L 1-5  40-34
Mon 6-28 LOS ANGELES  L 2-4  40-35
Tue 6-29 LOS ANGELES  L 2-4  40-36
Wed 6-30 LOS ANGELES  L 2-8  40-37
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sf giants schedule July 2010
Day Opponent Results Record
Thu 7-1 @ Colorado  L 3-7  40-38
Fri 7-2 @ Colorado  L 3-6  40-39
Sat 7-3 @ Colorado  W 11-8  41-39
Sun 7-4 @ Colorado  L 3-4  41-40
Mon 7-5 @ Milwaukee  W 6-1  42-40
Tue 7-6 @ Milwaukee  W 6-1  43-40
Wed 7-7 @ Milwaukee  W 15-2  44-40
Thu 7-8 @ Milwaukee  W 9-3  45-40
Fri 7-9 @ Washington  L 1-8  45-41
Sat 7-10 @ Washington  W 10-5  46-41
Sun 7-11 @ Washington  W 6-2  47-41
Mon 7-12 break    
Tue 7-13 all-star game    
Wed 7-14 break    
Thu 7-15 NEW YORK METS  W 2-0  48-41
Fri 7-16 NEW YORK METS  W 1-0  49-41
Sat 7-17 NEW YORK METS  W 8-4  50-41
Sun 7-18 NEW YORK METS  L 3-4  50-42
Mon 7-19 @ Los Angeles  W 5-2  51-42
Tue 7-20 @ Los Angeles  W 7-5  52-42
Wed 7-21 @ Los Angeles  L 0-2  52-43
Thu 7-22 @ Arizona  W 3-0  53-43
Fri 7-23 @ Arizona  W 7-4  54-43
Sat 7-24 @ Arizona  W 10-4  55-43
Sun 7-25 @ Arizona  W 3-2  56-43
Mon 7-26 FLORIDA  L 3-4  56-44
Tue 7-27 FLORIDA  W 6-4  57-44
Wed 7-28 FLORIDA  W 10-9  58-44
Thu 7-29 FLORIDA  L 0-5  58-45
Fri 7-30 LOS ANGELES  W 6-5  59-45
Sat 7-31 LOS ANGELES  W 2-1  60-45
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sf giants schedule August 2010
Day Opponent Results Record
Sun 8-1 LOS ANGELES  W 2-0  61-45
Mon 8-2 off    
Tue 8-3 @ Colorado  W 10-0  62-45
Wed 8-4 @ Colorado  L 1-6  62-46
Thu 8-5 @ Atlanta  L 2-3  62-47
Fri 8-6 @ Atlanta  W 3-2  63-47
Sat 8-7 @ Atlanta  L 0-3  63-48
Sun 8-8 @ Atlanta  L 3-6  63-49
Mon 8-9 CHICAGO CUBS  W 4-3  64-49
Tue 8-10 CHICAGO CUBS  L 6-8  64-50
Wed 8-11 CHICAGO CUBS  W 5-4  65-50
Thu 8-12 CHICAGO CUBS  W 8-7  66-50
Fri 8-13 SAN DIEGO  L 2-3  66-51
Sat 8-14 SAN DIEGO  W 3-2  67-51
Sun 8-15 SAN DIEGO  L 2-8  67-52
Mon 8-16 off    
Tue 8-17 @ Philadelphia  L 3-9  67-53
Wed 8-18 @ Philadelphia  L 2-8  67-54
Thu 8-19 @ Philadelphia  W 5-2  68-54
Fri 8-20 @ Saint Louis  W 6-3  69-54
Sat 8-21 @ Saint Louis  L 1-5  69-55
Sun 8-22 @ Saint Louis  L 0-9  69-56
Mon 8-23 CINCINNATI  W 11-2  70-56
Tue 8-24 CINCINNATI  W 16-5  71-56
Wed 8-25 CINCINNATI  L 11-12  71-57
Thu 8-26 off    
Fri 8-27 ARIZONA  L 0-6  71-58
Sat 8-28 ARIZONA  L 3-11  71-59
Sun 8-29 ARIZONA  W 9-7  72-59
Mon 8-30 COLORADO  L 1-2  72-60
Tue 8-31 COLORADO  W 5-2  73-60
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sf giants schedule September/Oct. 2010
Day Opponent Results Record
Wed 9-1 COLORADO  W 2-1  74-60
Thu 9-2 off    
Fri 9-3 @ Los Angeles  L 2-4  74-61
Sat 9-4 @ Los Angeles  W 5-4  75-61
Sun 9-5 @ Los Angeles  W 3-0  76-61
Mon 9-6 @ Arizona  W 2-0  77-61
Tue 9-7 @ Arizona  W 6-3  78-61
Wed 9-8 @ Arizona  L 1-3  78-62
Thu 9-9 @ San Diego  W 7-3  79-62
Fri 9-10 @ San Diego  W 1-0  80-62
Sat 9-11 @ San Diego  L 0-1  80-63
Sun 9-12 @ San Diego  W 6-1  81-63
Mon 9-13 off    
Tue 9-14 LOS ANGELES  L 0-1  81-64
Wed 9-15 LOS ANGELES  W 2-1  82-64
Thu 9-16 LOS ANGELES  W 10-2  83-64
Fri 9-17 MILWAUKEE  L 0-3  83-65
Sat 9-18 MILWAUKEE  L 1-2  83-66
Sun 9-19 MILWAUKEE  W 9-2  84-66
Mon 9-20 off    
Tue 9-21 @ Chicago Cubs  W 1-0  85-66
Wed 9-22 @ Chicago Cubs  L 0-1  85-67
Thu 9-23 @ Chicago Cubs  W 13-0  86-67
Fri 9-24 @ Colorado  W 2-1  87-67
Sat 9-25 @ Colorado  L 9-10  87-68
Sun 9-26 @ Colorado  W 4-2  88-68
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Tue 9-28 ARIZONA  W 4-2  89-68
Wed 9-29 ARIZONA  W 3-2  90-68
Thu 9-30 ARIZONA  W 4-1  91-68
Fri 10-1 SAN DIEGO  L 4-6  91-69
Sat 10-2 SAN DIEGO  L 2-4  91-70
Sun 10-3 SAN DIEGO  W 3-0  92-70
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dodgers   80   82  12.0
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