Veteran left-handed hitters Tommy La Stella, Brandon Crawford, Brandon Belt and Mike Yastrzemski they all struggled tonight each to hit a home run, which gives the San Francisco Giants a total of 234 home runs for the year, leaving them one to equal the franchise record for a season set in 2001.
This Friday against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field in Denver, marked the Giants’ 17th game of at least four home runs this season, the most in the majors:
The Stella, Crawford and Belt hit solo HRs to give the Giants a 3-2 lead before Yastrzemski opened the game with a three-run flurry in the top of the seventh inning.
The Stella kicked off the laser show with her fifth career leadoff homer, while Crawford (22), Belt (27) and Yastrzemski (25) continued to hit career highs.
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A total of ten Giants players have produced double-digit home runs this year, and the power they have displayed up and down their lineup helps explain their astonishing success.
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