Miami Marlins

Tyler Beede leads the way, three Giants rookies combine to shut out Marlins


SAN FRANCISCO — The last time Giants rookie Tyler Beede took the mound, he shut down the best team in the National League in a narrow 1-0 victory.


After blanking the Dodgers in a five-inning stint in Los Angeles on Saturday, the rookie right-hander was brilliant over 6 1/3 innings against the Marlins on Friday, allowing just three hits while striking out five Miami hitters in another 1-0 win.


Anderson allowed the leadoff batter to reach in the bottom of the ninth, but immediately induced a 6-4-3 double play from shortstop Miguel Rojas to put himself in position to close out the game.


Posey hit a 382-foot flyball for an out in his first plate appearance and drilled a 96.5-mile per hour one-hopper directly at Marlins shortstop Magneuris Sierra to start a 6-4-3 double play his second time up.


With rookie Mike Yastrzemski standing on first, Belt crushed a pitch that landed 400 feet from home plate and in front of the wall in right center field.


An inning later, Vogt hit a leadoff double high off the brick wall in right field at Oracle Park, which set the stage for Posey’s one-out single that helped the Giants to a series-opening win.






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