2009 San Francisco Giants season

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2009 San Francisco Giants
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record88–74 (.543)
Divisional place3rd
Other information
Owner(s)Bill Neukom (managing general partner)
General manager(s)Brian Sabean
Manager(s)Bruce Bochy
Local televisionKNTV (NBC 11)
CSN Bay Area
(Duane Kuiper, Jon Miller, Mike Krukow)
Local radioKNBR (680 AM)
(Jon Miller, Greg Papa, Dave Flemming)
KIQI (1010 AM, Spanish)
(Erwin Higueros, Tito Fuentes)
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The 2009 San Francisco Giants season was the Giants' 127th year in Major League Baseball, their 52nd year in San Francisco since their move from New York following the 1957 season, and their 10th at AT&T Park. After four consecutive losing seasons, the team finished in third place in the National League West with an 88-74 record, 7 games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers. Following Peter Magowan's retirement, Bill Neukom served as general managing partner of the Giants.[1] After a season with the fewest home runs of any team since the 1993 Florida Marlins,[2] general manager Brian Sabean said the Giants would attempt to bring in a power hitter as well as strengthening a bullpen that held a 4.45 ERA in 2008, fourteenth in the National League.[3][4]

After leading the National League Wild Card race for most of the season, the Giants were ultimately passed by the Colorado Rockies. The team finished third in the NL West and second in the Wild Card. Though they missed the playoffs, the Giants surpassed most expectations for their season; for example, Sports Illustrated projected that the Giants would finish with a record of 77–85.[5] Sports Illustrated's Lee Jenkins noted San Francisco's promising farm system (including products Pablo Sandoval and Madison Bumgarner) and the perceived weakness of the NL West as reasons to be optimistic about the Giants' potential.[6] Additionally, the Giants' starting rotation boasted three Cy Young Award winners: Randy Johnson, Tim Lincecum, and Barry Zito. After the season ended, Lincecum won his second straight Cy Young.[7] The Giants would build on their surprising 2009 season the following year, winning the World Series. It would be their first in San Francisco.

Regular season[edit]

Notable events[edit]

Season standings[edit]

NL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
Los Angeles Dodgers 95 67 0.586 50–31 45–36
Colorado Rockies 92 70 0.568 3 51–30 41–40
San Francisco Giants 88 74 0.543 7 52–29 36–45
San Diego Padres 75 87 0.463 20 42–39 33–48
Arizona Diamondbacks 70 92 0.432 25 36–45 34–47


Record vs. opponents[edit]

2009 National League Records

Source: [1]
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL FLA HOU LAD MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 3–4 4-2 1–5 7-11 5–3 5–4 7-11 2–5 5–2 1–5 6–1 11-7 5-13 2–4 1–5 5–10
Atlanta 4–3 4–2 3–6 4–4 8-10 3-3 4–3 3–3 13–5 10-8 3–4 3–3 3–4 4–2 10-8 7–8
Chicago 2-4 2–4 10-5 2–4 4–3 11–6 3–5 10-7 3-3 1–5 10-4 4–5 4-2 6-10 5–2 6–9
Cincinnati 5-1 6-3 5-10 0-7 3-3 12-4 1-5 8-7 2-4 2-5 13-5 1-6 3-3 8-8 3-4 6-9
Colorado 11-7 4-4 4-2 7-0 2-4 2-5 4-14 6-0 3-4 2-4 6-3 10-8 8-10 6-1 6-0 11-4
Florida 3-5 10-8 3-4 3-3 4-2 4–3 3-3 3-4 11-7 9-9 2-4 4-2 3-4 3-3 12-6 10-8
Houston 4–5 3-3 6-11 4-12 5-2 3-4 4–3 5-10 1-5 6-2 10-5 6-1 2-4 6-9 3-3 6-9
Los Angeles 11-7 3-4 5-3 5-1 14-4 3-3 3-4 3–3 5-1 4-3 4-3 10-8 11-7 2-5 3-2 9-9
Milwaukee 5-2 3-3 7-10 7-8 0-6 4-3 10-5 3-3 3-3 4-3 9-5 2-4 4-5 9-9 5-3 5-10
New York 2-5 5-13 3-3 4-2 4-3 7-11 5-1 1-5 3-3 6-12 4-3 2-5 5-3 4-5 10-8 5–10
Philadelphia 5-1 8-10 5-1 5-2 4-2 9-9 2-6 3-4 3-4 12-6 4-2 5-2 3-4 4-1 15-3 6-12
Pittsburgh 1-6 4-3 4-10 5-13 3-6 4-2 5-10 3-4 5-9 3-4 2-4 3-4 2-4 5-10 5-3 8–7
San Diego 7-11 3-3 5-4 6-1 8-10 2-4 1-6 8-10 4-2 5-2 2-5 4-3 10-8 1-6 4-2 5–10
San Francisco 13-5 4–3 2–4 3–3 10-8 4–3 4–2 7-11 5-4 3–5 4–3 4–2 8-10 4–3 4–2 9–6
St. Louis 4-2 2-4 10-6 8-8 1-6 3-3 9-6 5-2 9-9 5-4 1-4 10-5 6-1 3-4 6–1 9–6
Washington 5-1 8-10 2-5 4-3 0-6 6-12 3-3 2-3 3-5 8-10 3-15 3-5 2-4 2-4 1-6 7–11


Game log[edit]

Legend
Giants Win Giants Loss Postponed
Game Log
April (10–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 7 Brewers 10–6 Martinez (1–0) Suppan (0–1) 42,767 1–0
2 April 8 Brewers 4–2 Gallardo (1–0) Johnson (0–1) Villanueva (1) 40,764 1–1
3 April 9 Brewers 7–1 Cain (1–0) Parra (0–1) 30,027 2–1
4 April 10 @ Padres 7–3 Hill (1–0) Zito (0–1) 20,507 2–2
5 April 11 @ Padres 6–3 Peavy (1–1) Sánchez (0–1) Bell (3) 35,305 2–3
6 April 12 @ Padres 6–1 Young (2–0) Lincecum (0–1) 19,415 2–4
7 April 13 @ Dodgers 11–1 Billingsley (2–0) Johnson (0–2) 57,099 2–5
8 April 15 @ Dodgers 5–4 Broxton (1–0) Howry (0–1) 42,511 2–6
9 April 16 @ Dodgers 7–2 Stults (2–0) Zito (0–2) 36,553 2–7
10 April 17 Diamondbacks 2–0 Sánchez (1–1) Haren (0–3) Wilson (1) 34,898 3–7
11 April 18 Diamondbacks 2–0 Davis (1–2) Affeldt (0–1) Qualls 37,409 3–8
12 April 19 Diamondbacks 2–0 Johnson (1–2) Scherzer (0–1) Wilson (2) 35,350 4–8
13 April 21 Padres 8–3 Cain (2–0) Peavy (2–2) 39,314 5–8
14 April 22 Padres 1–0 (10) Wilson (1–0) Moreno (0–2) 26,593 6–8
15 April 24 @ Diamondbacks 5–1 Lincecum (1–1) Davis (1–3) 27,865 7–8
16 April 25 @ Diamondbacks 5–3 Miller (1–0) Scherzer (0–2) Wilson (3) 37,253 8–8
17 April 26 @ Diamondbacks 5–4 (12) Gutiérrez (1–1) Medders (0–1) 31,862 8–9
18 April 27 Dodgers 5–4 Valdéz (1–0) Belisario (0–2) Wilson (4) 30,091 9–9
19 April 28 Dodgers 5–3 Broxton (2–0) Howry (0–2) Ohman (1) 30,482 9–10
20 April 29 Dodgers 9–4 Lincecum (2–1) Stults (2–1) Wilson (5) 37,717 10–10
May (15–14)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
21 May 1 Rockies 3–2 Johnson (2–2) Jiménez (1–4) Wilson (6) 30,791 11–10
22 May 2 Rockies 5–1 Marquis (4–1) Cain (2–1) 30,166 11–11
23 May 3 Rockies 1–0 (10) Medders (1–1) Corpas (0–3) 30,650 12–11
24 May 4 @ Cubs 4–2 Dempster (2–1) Sánchez (1–2) Gregg (4) 39,112 12–12
25 May 5 @ Cubs 6–2 Lincecum (3–1) Marshall (0–2) 39,497 13–12
26 May 6 @ Rockies 11–1 Jiménez (2–4) Johnson (2–3) 22,105 13–13
27 May 7 @ Rockies 8–3 Cain (3–1) Marquis (4–2) 23,453 14–13
28 May 8 @ Dodgers 3–1 Zito (1–2) Billingsley (5–1) Wilson (7) 51,209 15–13
29 May 9 @ Dodgers 8–0 Stults (4–1) Sánchez (1–3) 41,425 15–14
30 May 10 @ Dodgers 7–5 (13) Wilson (2–0) Mota (2–1) 37,529 16–14
31 May 11 Nationals 11–7 Johnson (3–3) Cabrera (0–4) Wilson (8) 23,934 17–14
32 May 12 Nationals 9–7 Medders (2–1) Beimel (0–2) 25,701 18–14
33 May 13 Nationals 6–3 Martis (5–0) Zito (1–3) Wells (2) 30,120 18–15
34 May 14 Mets 7–4 Parnell (2–0) Wilson (2–1) Rodríguez (10) 30,154 18–16
35 May 15 Mets 8–6 Stokes (1–1) Wilson (2–2) Rodríguez (11) 41,684 18–17
36 May 16 Mets 9–6 Santana (5–2) Johnson (3–4) Putz (1) 41,366 18–18
37 May 17 Mets 2–0 Cain (4–1) Pelfrey (4–1) Wilson (9) 43,012 19–18
38 May 19 @ Padres 2–1 Young (3–2) Zito (1–4) Bell (10) 16,175 19–19
39 May 20 @ Padres 2–1 Gaudin (1–3) Sánchez (1–4) Bell (11) 15,208 19–20
40 May 21 @ Padres 3–2 Bell (2–0) Wilson (2–3) 19,921 19–21
41 May 22 @ Mariners 2–1 (12) White (1–0) Miller (1–1) 38,520 19–22
42 May 23 @ Mariners 5–1 Cain (5–1) Lowe (0–2) 33,348 20–22
43 May 24 @ Mariners 5–4 Hernández (5–3) Zito (1–5) Aardsma (6) 36,616 20–23
44 May 25 Braves 8–2 Sánchez (2–4) Vázquez (4–4) 40,034 21–23
45 May 26 Braves 4–0 Lincecum (4–1) Medlen (0–2) 29,485 22–23
46 May 27 Braves 6–3 Johnson (4–4) Kawakami (3–6) Wilson (10) 27,744 23–23
47 May 29 Cardinals 4–2 Cain (6–1) Piñeiro (5–5) Wilson (11) 35,266 24–23
48 May 30 Cardinals 6–2 Carpenter (3–0) Zito (1–6) 35,592 24–24
49 May 31 Cardinals 5–3 Valdéz (2–0) Wainwright (5–3) Wilson (12) 41,440 25–24
June (17–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
50 June 2 @ Nationals 10–6 Villone (3–0) Howry (0–3) 17,331 25–25
June 3 @ Nationals Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for June 4
51 June 4 @ Nationals 5–1 Johnson (5–4) Zimmermann (2–3) Wilson (13) 26–25
52 June 4 @ Nationals 4–1 (6) Cain (7–1) Detwiler (0–2) 16,787 27–25
53 June 5 @ Marlins 2–1 Zito (2–6) Volstad (4–5) Wilson (14) 12,841 28–25
54 June 6 @ Marlins 5–4 Miller (2–2) Sánchez (2–5) Núñez (2) 16,294 28–26
55 June 7 @ Marlins 3–2 Lincecum (5–1) Nolasco (2–6) Wilson (15) 11,505 29–26
56 June 8 @ Marlins 4–0 West (1–1) Johnson (5–5) 12,068 29–27
57 June 9 @ Diamondbacks 9–4 Cain (8–1) Buckner (2–2) 22,428 30–27
58 June 10 @ Diamondbacks 6–4 Zito (3–6) Davis (3–7) Wilson (16) 19,837 31–27
59 June 11 @ Diamondbacks 2–1 Scherzer (3–4) Sánchez (2–6) Qualls (13) 24,389 31–28
60 June 12 Athletics 3–0 Lincecum (6–1) Mazzaro (2–1) 36,035 32–28
61 June 13 Athletics 5–2 Johnson (6–5) Outman (4–1) Wilson (17) 37,874 33–28
62 June 14 Athletics 7–1 Cain (9–1) Anderson (3–7) 37,728 34–28
63 June 15 Angels 9–7 Lackey (2–2) Zito (3–7) Fuentes (17) 33,613 34–29
64 June 16 Angels 8–1 O'Sullivan (1–0) Sánchez (2–7) 34,716 34–30
65 June 17 Angels 4–3 Jepsen (1–2) Lincecum (6–2) Fuentes (18) 37,431 34–31
66 June 19 Rangers 6–4 Romo (1–0) Feldman (5–2) Wilson (18) 31,241 35–31
67 June 20 Rangers 2–1 (11) Romo (2–0) Jennings (2–3) 33,312 36–31
68 June 21 Rangers 3–2 Zito (4–7) Millwood (7–5) Wilson (19) 41,292 37–31
69 June 22 @ Athletics 5–1 Cahill (5–5) Sánchez (2–8) Ziegler (6) 27,324 37–32
70 June 23 @ Athletics 4–1 Lincecum (7–2) Mazzaro (2–2) 32,854 38–32
71 June 24 @ Athletics 6–3 Johnson (7–5) Gonzalez (0–1) Wilson (20) 35,067 39–32
72 June 26 @ Brewers 5–1 Gallardo (8–4) Cain (9–2) 37,345 39–33
73 June 27 @ Brewers 7–6 Hoffman (1–1) Wilson (2–4) 42,065 39–34
74 June 28 @ Brewers 7–0 Sadowski (1–0) Suppan (5–6) 43,391 40–34
75 June 29 @ Cardinals 10–0 Lincecum (8–2) Thompson (2–4) 37,737 41–34
76 June 30 @ Cardinals 6–3 Johnson (8–5) Carpenter (5–3) Wilson (21) 37,174 42–34
July (14–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
77 July 1 @ Cardinals 2–1 (10) Franklin (2–0) Howry (0–4) 36,928 42–35
78 July 2 @ Cardinals 5–2 Wellemeyer (7–7) Zito (4–8) Franklin (19) 41,875 42–36
79 July 3 Astros 13–0 Sadowski (2–0) Paulino (2–5) 42,199 43–36
80 July 4 Astros 9–0 Lincecum (9–2) Ortiz (3–4) 34,582 44–36
81 July 5 Astros 7–1 Oswalt (5–4) Johnson (8–6) 30,157 44–37
82 July 6 Marlins 5–4 Cain (10–2) West (3–3) Wilson (22) 26,995 45–37
83 July 7 Marlins 3–0 Zito (5–8) Johnson (7–2) Romo (1) 27,799 46–37
84 July 8 Marlins 7–0 Volstad (6–8) Sadowski (2–1) 34,157 36–38
85 July 9 Padres 9–3 Lincecum (10–2) Geer (1–4) 33,508 47–38
86 July 10 Padres 8–0 Sánchez (3–8) Banks (1–1) 30,298 48–38
87 July 11 Padres 2–1 Miller (2–1) Stauffer (0–1) Wilson (23) 38,112 49–38
88 July 12 Padres 10–4 Correia (6–7) Zito (5–9) 41,913 49–39
89 July 17 @ Pirates 2–1 (14) Meek (1–0) Howry (0–5) 26,709 49–40
90 July 18 @ Pirates 2–0 Morton (2–2) Zito (5–10) Capps (20) 37,023 49–41
91 July 19 @ Pirates 4–3 Cain (11–2) Duke (8–9) Wilson (24) 24,842 50–41
92 July 20 @ Braves 11–3 Hanson (5–0) Romo (2–1) 21,988 50–42
93 July 21 @ Braves 8–1 Lowe (9–7) Sadowki (2–2) 25,135 50–43
94 July 22 @ Braves 4–2 Jurrjens (9–7) Lincecum (10–3) Soriano (14) 34,672 50–44
95 July 23 @ Braves 5–1 Zito (6–10) Gonzalez (3–3) 31,727 51–44
96 July 24 @ Rockies 3–1 Cain (12–2) Hammel (5–5) Wilson (25) 40,524 52–44
97 July 25 @ Rockies 8–2 de la Rosa (8–7) Sánchez 42,201 52–45
98 July 26 @ Rockies 4–2 Cook (10–3) Sadowski (2–3) Street (25) 40,723 52–46
99 July 27 Pirates 4–2 Lincecum (11–3) Maholm (6–5) 40,008 53–46
100 July 28 Pirates 3–2 Romo (3–1) Morton (2–3) Wilson (26) 35,972 54–46
101 July 29 Pirates 1–0 (10) Wilson (3–4) Capps (2–6) 37,582 55–46
102 July 30 Phillies 7–2 Sánchez (4–9) López (3–1) 36,603 56–46
103 July 31 Phillies 5–1 Lee (8–9) Sadowski (2–4) 33,934 56–47
August (16–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
104 August 1 Phillies 2–0 Lincecum (12–3) Blanton (7–5) Wilson (27) 42,694 57–47
105 August 2 Phillies 7–3 Zito (7–10) Hamels (7–6) 42,744 58–47
106 August 3 @ Astros 4–3 Hampton (7–8) Cain (12–3) Valverde (13) 29,835 58–48
107 August 4 @ Astros 8–1 Sánchez (5–9) Paulino (2–6) 29,747 59–48
108 August 5 @ Astros 10–6 Martinez (2–0) Moehler (7–7) 31,710 60–48
109 August 7 Reds 10–5 Weathers (3–3) Wilson (3–5) 41,744 60–49
110 August 8 Reds 4–2 Zito (8–10) Arroyo (10–11) Wilson (28) 37,057 61–49
111 August 9 Reds 5–2 Harang (6–13) Cain (12–4) Cordero (24) 36,705 61–50
112 August 10 Dodgers 4–2 Kuroda (5–5) Sánchez (5–10) Broxton (25) 40,522 61–51
113 August 11 Dodgers 9–1 Wolf (6–6) Martinez (2–1) 41,167 61–52
114 August 12 Dodgers 4–2 (10) Wilson (4–5) Mota (4–5) 43,300 62–52
115 August 14 @ Mets 3–0 Parnell (3–4) Zito (8–11) Rodríguez (26) 38,997 62–53
116 August 15 @ Mets 5–4 (10) Wilson (5–5) Rodríguez (2–4) 39,652 63–53
117 August 16 @ Mets 3–2 Rodríguez (3–4) Romo (3–2) 38,793 63–54
118 August 17 @ Mets 10–1 Martinez (3–1) Hernández (7–8) 38,584 64–54
119 August 18 @ Reds 8–5 (10) Howry (1–5) Cordero (1–3) Wilson (29) 13,334 65–54
120 August 19 @ Reds 1–0 Romo (4–2) Arroyo (11–12) Wilson (30) 11,302 66–54
121 August 20 @ Reds 2–1 (10) Cordero (2–3) Howry (1–6) 13,390 66–55
122 August 21 @ Rockies 6–3 Sánchez (6–10) Cook (10–6) 43,666 67–55
123 August 22 @ Rockies 14–11 de la Rosa (12–8) Miller (2–2) 47,178 67–56
124 August 23 @ Rockies 4–2 Jiménez (12–9) Lincecum (12–4) Street (33) 48,704 67–57
125 August 24 @ Rockies 6–4 (14) Eaton (3–5) Miller (2–3) 27,670 67–58
126 August 25 Diamondbacks 5–4 Affeldt (1–1) Rauch (2–2) Romo (2) 37,492 68–58
127 August 26 Diamondbacks 4–3 Miller (3–3) Qualls (2–2) Medders (1) 27,645 69–58
128 August 27 Diamondbacks 11–0 Petit (3–8) Martinez (3–2) 28,575 69–59
129 August 28 Rockies 2–0 Lincecum (13–4) Jiménez (12–10) Wilson (31) 39,047 70–59
130 August 29 Rockies 5–3 Zito (9–11) Marquis (14–9) Wilson (32) 41,200 71–59
131 August 30 Rockies 9–5 Medders (3–1) Betancourt (1–3) 42,571 72–59
September (13–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
132 September 1 @ Phillies 1–0 Hamels (8–8) Sánchez (6–11) 44,679 72–60
133 September 2 @ Phillies 4–0 Penny (8–8) Happ (10–4) 45,086 73–60
134 September 3 @ Phillies 2–1 Martínez (3–0) Lincecum (13–5) Lidge (28) 45,156 73–61
135 September 4 @ Brewers 3–2 Medders (4–1) Coffey (4–4) Wilson (33) 37,511 74–61
136 September 5 @ Brewers 3–2 Cain (13–4) Gallardo (12–11) Wilson (34) 30,254 75–61
137 September 6 @ Brewers 2–1 (12) Stetter (4–1) Valdez (2–1) 36,590 75–62
138 September 7 Padres 9–4 Penny (9–8) Richard (8–5) 37,132 76–62
139 September 8 Padres 4–3 Gregerson (1–3) Affeldt (1–2) Bell (36) 34,524 76–63
140 September 9 Padres 4–2 LeBlanc (2–1) Zito (9–12) Bell (37) 30,312 76–64
141 September 11 Dodgers 10–3 Kuroda (6–6) Cain (13–5) 39,212 76–65
142 September 12 Dodgers 9–1 Padilla (11–6) Sánchez (6–12) 41,710 76–66
143 September 13 Dodgers 7–2 Penny (10–8) Billingsley (12–10) 40,579 77–66
144 September 14 Rockies 9–1 Lincecum (14–5) Hammel (8–8) 31,307 78–66
145 September 15 Rockies 10–2 Zito (10–12) Jiménez (13–11) 30,353 79–66
146 September 16 Rockies 4–3 de la Rosa (15–9) Cain (13–6) Betancourt (2) 38,696 79–67
147 September 18 @ Dodgers 8–4 Howry (2–4) Troncoso (4–4) 53,679 80–67
148 September 19 @ Dodgers 12–1 Garland (11–11) Penny (10–9) 52,438 80–68
149 September 20 @ Dodgers 6–2 Wolf (11–6) Lincecum (14–6) 53,233 80–69
150 September 21 @ Diamondbacks 5–4 Romo (5–2) Vásquez (3–3) Wilson (35) 25,485 81–69
151 September 22 @ Diamondbacks 10–8 Davis (8–13) Cain (13–7) 25,591 81–70
152 September 23 @ Diamondbacks 5–2 Sánchez (7–12) Mulvey (0–2) Wilson (36) 25,851 82–70
153 September 24 Cubs 3–2 Heilman (4–4) Wilson (5–6) Mármol (15) 31,603 82–71
154 September 25 Cubs 3–0 Zambrano (9–6) Lincecum (14–7) 33,970 82–72
155 September 26 Cubs 6–2 Gorzelanny (7–2) Zito (10–13) 35,885 82–73
156 September 27 Cubs 5–1 Cain (14–7) Wells (11–10) Wilson (37) 38,330 83–73
157 September 29 Diamondbacks 8–4 Sánchez (8–12) Davis (8–14) 28,039 84–73
158 September 30 Diamondbacks 4–1 Penny (11–9) Mulvey (0–3) 29,473 85–73
October (3–1)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
159 October 1 Diamondbacks 7–3 Lincecum (15–7) Haren (14–10) 27,941 86–73
160 October 2 @ Padres 7–2 Medders (5–1) Correia (12–11) 26,776 87–73
161 October 3 @ Padres 2–0 LeBlanc (3–1) Cain (14–8) Bell (42) 25,732 87–74
162 October 4 @ Padres 4–3 (10) Affeldt (2–2) Webb (2–1) Wilson (38) 25,082 88–74

Roster[edit]

2009 San Francisco Giants
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Manager

Coaches

Player stats[edit]

Batting[edit]

Note: G = Games played; AB = At Bats; R = Runs scored; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; AVG = Batting average; SB = Stolen bases

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG SB
Pablo Sandoval 153 572 79 189 44 5 25 90 .330 5
Randy Winn 149 538 65 141 33 5 2 51 .262 16
Aaron Rowand 144 499 61 130 30 2 15 64 .261 4
Bengie Molina 132 491 52 130 25 1 20 80 .265 0
Edgar Rentería 124 460 50 115 19 1 5 48 .250 7
Freddy Sanchez 111 457 56 134 29 3 7 41 .293 5
Juan Uribe 122 398 50 115 26 4 16 55 .289 3
Travis Ishikawa 120 326 49 85 10 2 9 39 .261 2
Fred Lewis 122 295 49 76 21 3 4 20 .258 8
Nate Schierholtz 116 285 33 76 19 2 5 29 .267 3
Eugenio Vélez 84 285 40 76 13 5 5 31 .267 11
Emmanuel Burriss 61 202 18 48 6 0 0 13 .238 11
Andrés Torres 75 152 30 41 6 8 6 23 .270 6
Eli Whiteside 49 127 15 29 6 1 2 13 .228 0
Rich Aurilia 60 122 10 26 2 0 2 16 .213 0
Ryan Garko 40 115 10 27 3 1 2 12 .235 0
John Bowker 31 67 7 13 2 2 2 7 .194 1
Tim Lincecum 32 66 8 10 1 0 0 3 .152 0
Matt Cain 32 60 2 9 2 1 0 3 .150 0
Matt Downs 17 53 6 9 2 0 1 2 .170 1
Barry Zito 32 51 2 6 0 0 0 0 .118 0
Kevin Frandsen 23 50 3 7 2 0 0 1 .140 0
Jonathan Sánchez 31 41 2 3 0 0 0 0 .073 0
Randy Johnson 20 26 1 2 0 0 0 0 .077 0
Jesus Guzman 12 20 0 5 0 0 0 0 .250 0
Ryan Rohlinger 12 19 0 3 1 0 0 4 .158 0
Buster Posey 7 17 1 2 0 0 0 0 .118 0
Brad Penny 6 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 .143 0
Ryan Sadowski 6 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 .100 0
Joe Martinez 10 8 2 2 1 0 0 0 .250 0
Steve Holm 4 7 1 2 0 0 0 0 .286 0
Justin Miller 42 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Jeremy Affeldt 73 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 .500 0
Madison Bumgarner 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Bob Howry 61 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Brandon Medders 60 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Brian Wilson 67 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Osiris Matos 5 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1.000 0
Sergio Romo 44 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Alex Hinshaw 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Waldis Joaquín 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Dan Runzler 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0
Merkin Valdéz 46 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0

Pitching[edit]

Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; R = Runs allowed; ER = Earned runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; K = Strikeouts

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER BB K
Tim Lincecum 15 7 2.48 32 32 0 225.1 168 69 62 68 261
Matt Cain 14 8 2.89 33 33 0 217.2 184 73 70 73 171
Barry Zito 10 13 4.03 33 33 0 192.0 179 89 86 81 154
Jonathan Sánchez 8 12 4.24 32 29 0 163.1 135 82 77 88 177
Randy Johnson 8 6 4.88 22 17 0 96.0 97 55 52 31 86
Brian Wilson 5 6 2.74 68 0 38 72.1 60 27 22 27 83
Brandon Medders 5 1 3.01 61 0 1 68.2 63 26 23 32 58
Bob Howry 2 6 3.39 63 0 0 63.2 50 26 24 23 46
Jeremy Affeldt 2 2 1.73 74 0 0 62.1 42 14 12 31 55
Justin Miller 3 3 3.18 44 0 0 56.2 47 20 20 27 36
Merkin Valdéz 2 1 5.66 48 0 0 49.1 57 33 31 28 38
Brad Penny 4 1 2.59 6 6 0 41.2 31 13 12 9 20
Sergio Romo 5 2 3.97 45 0 2 34.0 30 15 15 11 41
Joe Martinez 3 2 7.50 9 5 0 30.0 46 27 25 12 19
Ryan Sadowski 2 4 4.45 6 6 0 28.1 28 15 14 17 17
Waldis Joaquín 0 0 4.22 10 0 0 10.2 10 5 5 7 12
Madison Bumgarner 0 0 1.80 4 1 0 10.0 8 2 2 3 10
Dan Runzler 0 0 1.04 11 0 0 8.2 6 1 1 5 11
Alex Hinshaw 0 0 12.00 9 0 0 6.0 10 8 8 7 2
Osiris Matos 0 0 9.00 5 0 0 6.0 11 7 6 1 5

Farm system[edit]

Level Team League Manager
AAA Fresno Grizzlies Pacific Coast League Dan Rohn
AA Connecticut Defenders Eastern League Steve Decker
A San Jose Giants California League Andy Skeels
A Augusta GreenJackets South Atlantic League Dave Machemer
A-Short Season Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Northwest League Tom Trebelhorn
Rookie AZL Giants Arizona League Mike Goff

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: San Jose, Salem-Keizer

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