— The San Francisco Giants mislaid dual vicious players Tuesday night and still managed a vicious victory.
Eduardo Nunez and Brandon Belt homered to assistance a Giants overcome injuries to All-Star pitcher Johnny Cueto and shortstop Brandon Crawford in a 2-0 win over a Los Angeles Dodgers.
San Francisco pulled into a three-way tie with a Mets and Cardinals for a dual NL furious cards. The Giants are 5 games behind a NL West-leading Dodgers with 11 to play.
Cueto (17-5) left in a sixth with a stretched groin, though a much-maligned Giants bullpen delivered as 3 relievers total to representation shutout round over a final 3 2/3 innings.
Crawford came out with a dislocated left pinky in a second. An X-ray was negative, and a Giants pronounced he is day to day.
A group tutor checked on Cueto with Andrew Toles during bat. The right-hander stayed in and walked Toles, afterwards motioned that he was done.
Cueto is scheduled to have an MRI on Wednesday.
“I felt uncomfortable,” he pronounced by a translator. “It was bothering me, so that’s since we didn’t finish a inning.”
Crawford was harmed shifting into third bottom when he was thrown out perplexing to allege from first. He pronounced a tutor popped his finger behind into place after he came out of a game. He was wearing a rive afterward.
“At initial we was anticipating it was only jammed,” Crawford said. “I went down to kind of feel it when we was on a bag and felt that it was out of place.”
It was Vin Scully bobblehead night during Dodger Stadium. A sellout throng gave a longtime broadcaster a shrill station acclaim before a game, and Scully responded in kind.
The bobblehead featured Scully with his hands over his heart thanking fans, depicting a comfortable impulse from opening day this year. Scully is timid after this season, his 67th in a booth. His final diversion will be Oct. 2 when a Dodgers play during San Francisco in their regular-season finale.
The assemblage of 53,621 was a largest regular-season throng in Major League Baseball given Aug. 30, 2012, when a Dodgers had another Scully bobblehead giveaway.
Rich Hill (12-5) started for a Dodgers and pitched 5 innings, permitting only one run — a homer by Nunez — and 6 hits while distinguished out 7 and walking one. Hill came out after 77 pitches.
Los Angeles manager Dave Roberts took Hill out as a prevision due to concerns about a repeated blister.
“It was some-more of preservation, where he was at, and to put him in a conditions to go any deeper,” Roberts said. “It’s a scald that we’re consciously perplexing to monitor. we consider where we’re at, it’s a unequivocally vicious game, though we only didn’t know how many longer he was going to go. It was going to be another inning during a many anyway. we felt that was good for him.”
Hill’s entrance with a Dodgers was behind roughly a month since of scald issues. This was his fifth start with a team.
“I threw a round well, though during a finish of a day it was disappointing,” Hill said. “One mistake to Nunez, a fastball that was ostensible to be down. Completely missed all a approach in. He did his pursuit and what he should’ve finished with a pitch. we take 100 percent shortcoming for this. It’s not excusable to skip like that during this level.”
Following a bench-clearing scuffle involving Madison Bumgarner and Yasiel Puig on Monday night, Puig, Adrian Gonzalez and other Dodgers posted cinema on amicable media of themselves wearing T-shirts with a hashtag “#Dontlookatme” with hands covering their eyes.
Roberts was excellent with his group carrying fun with a exhilarated conditions Monday.
“Technology. People are discerning these days,” he said. “I listened about it. we do (like that they had fun). You get dual guys competing. They know what’s during stake. Emotions get in a approach sometimes. we don’t consider there’s anything else to it.”
The Giants have 29 blown saves, though a bullpen did a pursuit this time following Cueto’s early departure. Sergio Romo warranted his initial save of a deteriorate with a hitless ninth.
“It was only one of those times where it was a unequivocally large win for us,” Romo said. “We unequivocally indispensable that.”
The Dodgers were 0 for 10 with runners in scoring position.
Corey Seager doubled in a third, apropos a initial Dodgers rookie to have 40 doubles in one season. He was 3 for 4.
Dodgers: LHP Alex Wood (elbow surgery) came off a 60-day infirm list and RHP Bud Norris was designated for assignment. The Dodgers devise to use Wood out of a bullpen, entrance in to start innings. … LHP Brett Anderson (blister) will lapse to a revolution and start on Thursday. … RHP Brandon McCarthy (right hip stiffness) threw a unnatural diversion of 5 innings and 75 pitches.
Giants: LHP Matt Moore scarcely threw a no-hitter a final time he was on a pile during Dodger Stadium. He went 8 2/3 innings before Seager busted a no-hit bid with a miss to right field. Moore went only 5 innings opposite St. Louis in earning a win in his final start.