Chad Gaudin held a tough Baltimore offense to one unearned run and San Francisco’s bats came through on Saturday as the Giants beat the Orioles 3-2 on Saturday afternoon.
Gaudin held the Orioles to just two hits and one unearned run through five innings of work. Gaudin walked three and struck out six, and has now allowed two runs or fewer in nine of his 11 starts. 92 pitches limited today’s outing, but what he did was effective.
“I don’t think leaving in five is exactly what I planned, but we got in some situations,” said Gaudin. “At the end of the day we got that W in the column and that’s all that matters.”
Guillermo Moscoso was a great source of relief for the Giants, allowing just two hits through two innings. Sergio Romo acknowledged the impact Moscoso’s outing had on the game.
“He didn’t really give them any room to separate themselves,” said Romo. “These are the kind of games we play, and it’s nice to be on the winning side.”
Brandon Belt led the offensive charge – yes,