San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy doesn't want to think about where his team would be without Melky Cabrera.
The Arizona Diamondbacks would probably like to find out.
Arguably the hottest hitter in baseball, Cabrera will look to continue his roll Monday when the Giants open a seven-game homestand against the Diamondbacks.
San Francisco (25-23) has shown recent signs it may be capable of challenging the major league-leading Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL West. The Giants have won seven of 11 and defeated Miami 3-2 on Sunday to complete a 4-3 road trip.
"We'll take it," Bochy told the team's official website. "This has been a tough place for us. We got the series in Milwaukee and this was a huge game, I thought. It has been a pretty good road trip."
No player had a bigger role in Sunday's win than Cabrera, who went 4 for 4 with a solo homer, three runs scored and two steals. It was the third four-hit game this season for Cabrera, the major league leader with 73 hits - the m...