Santa Clarita, Bridget, James discussed on KNBR Tonight with Drew Hoffar & Kevin Frandsen


Right field JB Davis from elk Grove high school up near Sacramento left field Alonso thirty three home runs in his rookie season he's at first Wilson Rommel's the catcher hitting cleanup Michael Conforto in center field Todd Frazier third base having sex Ahmed Rozario shortstop a day in the edge of area at second base and Stephen mats the pitcher bats nine the giants will be Donovan Solano second base Austin Slater right field Tyler Austin giving branded doubt a day of rest at first base hitting third buster Posey is the catcher Kevin Paul aren't Satterfield hitting fifth sack green in his major league debut third base as Pablo gets a breather against a left hander Brandon Crawford at shortstop Mike this Ramstein who hit a home run here yesterday in left field getting a and the Conor men as left handed pitcher who also bats left handed is in the ninth spot now the umpiring alignment it'll be mark refrigerant back at the plate Jeremy ray act first base James holy at second base and the crew chief Brian Nora is the third base umpire now this messages sponsored by hands and Bridget lawyers your life this copyrighted broadcast is presented by authority of the San Francisco Giants and may not be reproduced or retransmitted in any form the accounts and descriptions of this game may not be disseminated without the express written consent of the San Francisco Giants giants have taken the field and so we are just moments away from getting started now and Kahneman as the young left hander taking his warm ups on the big league down for the first time it's an exciting day for this area product from Hollister which is about an hour south of San Jose six feet two inches tall twenty four year years old out of San Benito high school in Hollister he also went to college at the masters university in Santa Clarita which is down in southern California and was a fourteen round draft choice by the giants out of the in a high a program Esther's university fields a team but not in the NC double a but in the end a I a and he's made his way through the farm system this year started off in double a and Richmond was three and three with a two point seven two earned run average there and was just overpowering at times fifty nine and two thirds innings at Richmond with only thirty seven hits allowed he had seventy strikeout so well over one per inning with twenty walks then promoted to Sacramento in triple A. he was doing with a.

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