Giants lose 18-2, it wasn't as close as score indicated

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Giants lose 18-2, it wasn't as close as score indicated
Giants lose 18-2, it wasn't as close as score indicated

The championship era wasn't that long ago. It just seems that way. Packed houses, jubilant fans and lots of winning were the norm back then. These days, not so much. The Giants played their worst game of the season Friday night, and how many times have we written that? The number of boos and vacated seats told the story as much as the 18-2 score by which the Giants were demolished by the Diamondbacks. The 18 runs were the most the Giants surrendered in the 20-year history of their ballpark. The Diamondbacks scored in each of the first seven innings. “It started out rough and gradually got worse,” manager Bruce Bochy said. By the seventh inning, fans were chanting, “Let Pablo pitch” and “We want

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