The San Francisco Giants have two games remaining on their current road trip and are 4-4 after dropping the series opener 4-2 to the Kansas City Royals Friday night. The orange and black are 7-6 this season during Interleague Play.
They are 0-5 on the road against the American League this year and the Giants have won 13 of their last 17 games versus the AL Central. Madison Bumgarner threw a season-high 123 pitches in the loss to drop his record to 13-9 on the year. It was the second-highest of his career and the Giants are 14-11 in his starts this season.
The Giants committed three errors on the night and are tied for fifth in the Majors with 76 on the year. Prior to Friday's game, the Giants placed Brandon Belt on the 7-Day Concussion DL and recalled Matt Duffy from Double-A Richmond. This is Belt's second stint on the concussion DL after missing 12 games from his first stint.
Angel Pagan is back with the club and is 3-for-10 in his two games back. Pagan missed 44 games this season and the team went 18-26 in his absence. The Giants remain 3.5 games out of first place in the National League West, but are in a three-way tie for the two Wild Card spots.
After finishing this series in Kansas City, the Giants will have Monday off before beginning a five-game homestand Tuesday night.
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