Published: Wed, June 12, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Giants vs. Dodgers lineups: Madison Bumgarner gets ball in series finale

Giants vs. Dodgers lineups: Madison Bumgarner gets ball in series finale

Max Muncy injected himself into the historic rivalry between his Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants after clobbering a solo home run off southpaw Madison Bumgarner on Sunday. Bumgarner delivered a 92 miles per hour pitch that Muncy promptly deposited in Covey Cove, an estimated 426 feet away. Muncy dropped his bat, watching his homer as he slowly began his trot around the bases. The home plate umpire needed to step in.

We shouldn't be surprised by Bumgarner's quotes.

Bumgarner finished with seven strong innings, allowing just four hits and a walk while striking out five. He didn't toss his bat, and he didn't stare Bumgarner down until Bumgarner engaged him.

"I hit the ball and then he yelled at me, he said, 'Don't watch the ball".

"They want to let everybody be themselves". Bumgarner walked toward Muncy and the two players appeared to yell at one another as Muncy rounded the bag.

Buehler baffled the Giants all day, needing just 91 pitches to get through seven scoreless innings. You just do your thing, I'll do mine.

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Kenley Jansen (S, 19, 2-1, 3.04 ERA) saved the shutout easily and the Giants were put to bed and handed a series loss.

The series finale at Oracle Park in which he maintained velocity and control and limited the best team in baseball to one run, seemed a good advertisement to suggest that guy is still in there.

Sunday could be Madison Bumgarner's last game with the San Francisco Giants, and if it was, he went out with a bang.

Giants: 1B Brandon Belt was scratched from the lineup because of a stomach illness.

Giants: RHP Tyler Beede (0-2, 8.15) takes another shot at his first major league win when he faces the visiting San Diego Padres on Tuesday.

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