• 4/12/2012

    Posted on April 15, 2012 by in 2012

    Pablo Sandoval
    April 12th, 2012 at Colorado Rockies – San Francisco Giants win 4-2

    1st At Bat – Starter LHP Jamie Moyer – Top of 1st – 0 Out – Angel Pagan on 2nd and Melky Cabrera on 1st
    1st Pitch – 72 mph – Change up – Up and center – Ball 1
    2nd Pitch – 76 mph – Cutter – Over low center of strike zone – Fly Out to warning track in center to CF Dexter Fowler (Angel Pagan moves to 3rd)

    2nd At Bat – Starter LHP Jamie Moyer – Top of 3rd – 1 Out – None on
    1st Pitch – 76 mph – Cutter – Down and inside – Ball 1
    2nd Pitch – 70 mph – Change up – Over low inside of strike zone – Single back up the middle through infield into center to CF Dexter Fowler

    3rd At Bat – Starter LHP Jamie Moyer – Top of 4th – 2 Out – Melky Cabrera on 1st
    1st Pitch – 69 mph – Curveball – Pop Out along 3B line to shallow left to SS Troy Tulowitzki

    4th At Bat – Reliever RHP Esmil Rogers – Top of 6th – 2 Out – Melky Cabrera on 2nd
    1st Pitch – 85 mph – Slider – High and away – Ball 1
    2nd Pitch – 97 mph – 4 Seam Fastball – Over middle outside of strike zone – Called Strike 1
    3rd Pitch – 97 mph – 4 Seam Fastball – High and away – Ball 2
    4th Pitch – 97 mph – 4 Seam Fastball – Over middle center of strike zone – Foul Strike 2
    5th Pitch – 97 mph – 4 Seam Fastball – Up and outside – Foul Strike 2
    6th Pitch – 97 mph – 4 Seam Fastball – Up and away – Ball 3
    7th Pitch – 87 mph – Slider – Over low outside of strike zone – Swinging Strike 3Strikeout

    5th At Bat – Closer RHP Rafael Betancourt – Top of 9th – 2 Out – None on
    1st Pitch – 92 mph – Cutter – Over low center of strike zone – Foul Strike 1
    2nd Pitch – 81 mph – Slider – Over middle center of strike zone – Swinging Strike 2
    3rd Pitch – 92 mph – Cutter – High and away – Ball 1
    4th Pitch – 81 mph – Slider – Down and in – Ball 2
    5th Pitch – 92 mph – Cutter – Over high center of strike zone – Ground Out to short to SS Troy Tulowitzki

    Field

    Bottom of 2nd – Michael Cuddyer at Plate – 3rd Pitch with Troy Tulowitzki on 1st and 0 out from Starter Madison Bumgarner is put into play 4 steps to Pablo Sandoval‘s left, Assist to 2B Ryan Theriot for Out to 1B Brett Pill for Double Play

    Bottom of 3rd – Chris Nelson at Plate – 5th Pitch with none on and 1 out from Starter Madison Bumgarner is put into play 5 steps to Pablo Sandoval‘s left, Assist to 1B Brett Pill for Out

    Bottom of 5th – Jordan Pacheco at Plate – 3rd Pitch with none on and 0 out from Starter Madison Bumgarner is put into play 3 steps in front of Pablo Sandoval, Assist to 1B Brett Pill for Out

    Bottom of 6th – Chris Nelson at Plate – 2nd Pitch with none on and 0 out from Starter Madison Bumgarner is put into play 1 step in front of Pablo Sandoval, Assist to 1B Brett Pill for Out

    Bottom of 6th – Troy Tulowitzki at Plate – 2nd Pitch with Dexter Fowler on 3rd and Carlos Gonzalez on 1st and 2 out from Starter Madison Bumgarner is put into play right at Pablo Sandoval who takes 1 step back, Assist to 1B Brett Pill for Out

    Bottom of 7th – Michael Cuddyer at Plate – 3rd Pitch with none on and 0 out from Starter Madison Bumgarner is put into play right at Pablo Sandoval who takes 1 step back, Assist to 1B Brett Pill for Out

    Bottom of 7th – Wilin Rosario at Plate – 5th Pitch with none on and 1 out from Starter Madison Bumgarner is popped up to Pablo Sandoval in foul territory for Putout

    Bottom of 8th – Tyler Colvin at Plate – 13th Pitch with Chris Nelson on 1st and 0 out from Starter Madison Bumgarner is popped up to Pablo Sandoval at 3rd for Putout

    Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS
    Pablo Sandoval 17 7 10 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .200 .200 .200 .400
    PA Pit Ba St SS FS CS 1st Out GO AO Pos Inn Ch E A PO DP
    5 17 7 10 2 3 1 2 4 1 2 3B 9 7 0 5 2 1

    Raul Rekow Jr.

    raulrekowjr@sfpandablog.com

One Response so far.

  1. Raja says:

    , Sandoval has always sturck me as the type of guy who would slack off if he got big guaranteed money. I think the Giants would have been better off to pay him through arbitration for the next three years.