The Giants scored 14 runs against the Marlins in their largest offensive output of the 2013 season.
Both teams combined for 31 hits, 24 runs, seven doubles, three triples and three home runs. Much of the Giant’s offense came from the heart of the order. Brandon Belt extended his 10-game hitting streak with a 4-6 night to go along with four runs and one RBI. Hunter Pence had three hits, three runs and five RBI. Pablo Sandoval was a perfect 4-4 with two walks and three RBI. Hector Sanchez, had only one hit in six AB’s but made it count for a three run, 390 ft. blast 0n a 95 mph fastball.
The Giants pounded Marlins pitcher Nathan Eovaldi early for seven runs in the first and second innings.
Chad Gaudin looked sharp in the first and second frames, but struggled out of the stretch in the third. Unable to find the strike zone, the Giants reliever turned starter needed 29 pitches to get out of the inning while giving up four runs in the process.
Gaudin lasted just four innings after rac...