San Francisco Giants: second best team in Major League Baseball

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San Francisco Giants: second best team in Major League Baseball

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Lily Friebel, Staff Reporter

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According to MLB.com reporter Chris Haft, Giants right-handed-pitcher, Tim Hudson, had his worst outing as a Giant on the 18th against the Chicago White Sox. Hudson had a 2.39 ERA in only 4.2 innings pitched. Hudson followed with another loss on the 24th against the San Diego Padres with a 2.62 ERA in 5.2 innings pitched.

The San Francisco Giants handed their title as the best team in baseball over to the Oakland Athletics after the Giants have lost 12 out of the last 21 games this June. They only won their home series against the New York Mets, June 6-8, and their away series against the Arizona Diamondbacks, June 20-22.

Outfielder Angel Pagan missed his eighth consecutive game due to lower back tightness, and plans for his return are unclear.

First baseman Brandon Belt broke his left thumb May 9, but is set to return soon. Belt has been fielding, running, and hitting off a pitching machine, and will start a rehab assignment at Class A Advanced San Jose on Thursday, June 26.

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