PEORIA, Ariz. — Buster Posey drilled a grand bust and Madison Bumgarner tossed seven shutout innings upon Thursday night, leading the actual Giants to an 11-3 victory above the Padres at the Peoria Sports Complex.
Bumgarner, whom entered the game with 15 scoreless innings this spring, allowed all 5 hits with one go and nine strikeouts. The left-hander would be the Giants starting pitcher on Cracking open Day.
San Diego right-hander Andrew Cashner, known as the teams starter for your season opener earlier from the day, allowed eight operates — four earned — on 9 hits with one go walking and two strikeouts in 3 2/3 innings. They threw 94 pitches, 63 for strikes.
Cashner entered Thursdays sport not having allowed a operate this spring in seven innings.
I just didnt really make a great adjustment with getting my own fastball down, Cashner said. I threw some good changeups today, but the sinker hasnt been to be found today. I thought I actually took a step forward having my sliders and our changeups.
Leading 2-0, the Giants got several runs in the second inning along with Poseys slam to right subject being the big blow on the inning.
Posey had two hits in addition to teammate Hunter Pence added about three hits.
San Diego third baseman Run after Headley went 0-for-2 in his first Cactus plant League game. Headley suffered a strained right calf during an infield routine on Feb. 22. Hed seven at-bats in two Minor League games on Wednesday, amassing three hits.
The Padres did all their scoring in the ninth versus left-hander Javier Lopez, highlighted by Kyle Blanks two-run homer and triples from Jace Peterson as well as Alexi Amarista.
Up next: Left fielder Michael Morse, acquiring apparently nursed his right cellule back to health, hopes to perform Friday as the Giants battle the Oakland As. Morse experienced the eventful afternoon in the Cactus Nfl opener against Oakland, seeing that As right fielder Josh Reddick twice robbed him of home runs. The bingo could be an audition of types for the long-relief role, as Yusmeiro Petit as well as David Huff, two candidates for the job, are expected to message. Watch the action on Baseball.TV live at Half-dozen:35 p.m. Therapist.