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The Giants will split their squad today with one team, led by starter Shane Loux (0-0, 0.00), heading over to Tempe Diablo Stadium to face C.J. Wilson (1-0, 0.00) and the Los Angeles Angels.

The other split squad will host the Milwaukee Brewers (who are also fielding a split squad) at Scottsdale Stadium. Barry Zito will face Wily Peralta (0-0, 9.00) in that contest.

Both games start at 12:05 p.m. (PT).

The Brewers game can be heard on KNBR 680 AM and the Angels game can be watched on Fox Sports West in Los Angeles or on MLB’s Game Day Network.

Loux has appeared in just one Cactus League game so far, allowing two hits and striking out two in 2.1 innings of work.

In his first start of the spring on Tuesday, Zito allowed two earned runs on four hits and a walk in two innings. He also gave up a home run to the Dodgers’ Andre Ethier.

Now on to today’s starting lineups…

San Francisco (5-2-1) vs. Brewers:
1. Pagan (cf)
2. Cabrera (lf)
3. Sandoval (3b)
4. Pill (1b)
5. Belt (rf)
6. H. Sanchez (c)
7. Theriot (2b)
8. Crawford (ss)
9. Joseph (DH)

Starter: Zito (1-0, 9.00)

Brewers split squad (3-2):
1. Gomez (cf)
2. Morgan (rf)
3. Conrad (3b)
4. Green (2b)
5. Gamel (1b)
6. Gindl (lf)
7. Itzuris (ss)
8. Maldonado (c)
9. Kjeldgaard (DH)

Starter: Peralta (0-0, 9.00)

And in the other game…

San Francisco (5-2-1) vs. Angels:
1. Blanco (cf)
2. Burriss (2b)
3. F. Sanchez (DH)
4. Huff (1b)
5. Gillaspie (3b)
6. Whiteside (c)
7. Arias (ss)
8. Graham (rf)
9. Christian (lf)

Starter: RHP Loux (0-0, 0.00)

Angels (3-2):
1. Bourjos (cf)
2. Aybar (ss)
3. Kendrick (2b)
4. Trumbo (3b)
5. Cantu (1b)
6. Wilson (c)
7. Conger (DH)
8. Calhoun (rf)
9. Deeds (lf)

Starter: LHP Wilson(1-0, 0.00)

Pre-game notes: Brian Wilson is expected to make his Cactus League debut tomorrow. Giants manager Bruce Bochy wants B-Weez to get five innings in before Opening Day … Catcher Hector Sanchez is back in the lineup and behind the plate (vs. Milwaukee) after missing several days with a sore right hamstring … Buster Posey will rest today and is scheduled to play four innings tomorrow … No Albert Pujols, Vernon Wells, or Torii Hunter today for the Angels … For Milwaukee, Ryan Braun is off today and Rickie Weeks is playing in the Brewers’ other split squad game against the Cubs.

Innings by position: Below are the number of innings that each player has logged at his position(s), through the Giants’ first six Cactus League games.

C — Stewart (24),  Whiteside (17), J. Williams (10), H. Sanchez (9), Susac (6), Joseph (3), Posey (2)
1B — Pill (29), Belt (21), Huff (11), Dominguez (10)
2B — Fontenot (15), Panik (15), Theriot (13), Burriss (11), Arias (9), Noonan (8)
3B — Gillaspie (32), Sandoval (27), Dominguez (9), Noonan (3)
SS — Crawford (28), Arias (17), Theriot (11), Adrianza (11), Burriss (4)
LF — Christian (17), Cabrera (16), Graham (8), Belt (6), Burriss (5), Parker (5), Pill (5), Huff (5), Perez (4)
CF — Pagan (23), Brown (20), Cabrera (10), Blanco (9), Graham (9)
RF — Schierholtz (28), Blanco (14), Kieschnick (11), Perez (10), Graham (4), Belt (4)




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