San Francisco Giants Starting Lineup 10/20/21 Giants Lineup

107-55, 1st in NL West

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At the bottom of the NL West is a team that may ultimately challenge the Detroit Tigers for the dubious distinction of being the worst team in baseball. San Francisco has a handful of talented young stars, but no one to trust as a clutch performer. Spots two through cleanup will be manned by well-known MLB names. How well these aging stars can turn back the clock will be instrumental in how successful San Francisco is in 2020. There are good gloves on defense, and that may be even more critical than run production.

The Giants will be hoping for the health of the player slotted to be the staff ace. Their longtime stalwart number-one is now playing for a division rival. After a risky number one pitcher come a couple underachieving veterans and some youth. One of the best young pitchers in the organization probably won't be ready to toe the rubber on opening day. San Francisco doesn't seem to have the tools to do much but try to avoid being the worst team in the league. However, if a couple veterans find the fountain of youth, San Francisco could be an annoying team to play.

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Giants Starting Lineup

L. Webb , (R), P
1. T. L. Stella , (L), 2B
2. D. Ruf , (R), LF
3. B. Posey , (R), C
4. B. Crawford , (L), SS
5. K. Bryant , (R), CF
6. M. Yastrzemski , (L), RF
7. W. Flores , (R), 1B
8. E. Longoria , (R), 3B
Pos Pitcher
P Logan Webb L. Webb (R)
Pos Pitcher Rating GS Record IP Batters Faced Hits Runs ER HR Allowed BB SO K% BB% WHIP BABIP
P Logan Webb L. Webb (R)
92
26 11-3 49.1 596 128 53 50 9 36 158 .265% .060% 1.11 .312
Pos Hitter Rating Order G PA Hits 1B 2B 3B HR RBI Runs SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
2B Tommy La Stella T. L. Stella (L)
79
1 76 242 55 36 11 1 7 27 26 0 0 .250 .308 .405 .713
LF Darin Ruf D. Ruf (R)
92
2 117 312 71 40 13 2 16 43 41 2 0 .271 .385 .519 .904
C Buster Posey B. Posey (R)
92
3 113 454 120 79 23 0 18 56 68 0 0 .304 .390 .499 .889
SS Brandon Crawford B. Crawford (L)
92
4 138 549 144 87 30 3 24 90 79 11 3 .298 .373 .522 .895
CF Kris Bryant K. Bryant (R)
86
5 51 212 49 29 13 0 7 22 28 6 0 .262 .344 .444 .788
RF Mike Yastrzemski M. Yastrzemski (L)
82
6 139 532 105 49 28 3 25 71 75 4 0 .224 .311 .457 .768
1B Wilmer Flores W. Flores (R)
84
7 139 436 102 67 16 1 18 53 57 1 0 .262 .335 .447 .782
3B Evan Longoria E. Longoria (R)
92
8 81 291 66 36 17 0 13 46 45 1 1 .261 .351 .482 .833

Most Common Giants Lineups

6 Games Game
1. Darin Ruf
2. Kris Bryant
3. Austin Slater
4. Buster Posey
5. Wilmer Flores
6. Brandon Crawford
7. Evan Longoria
8. Donovan Solano
4 Games Game
1. Tommy La Stella
2. Brandon Belt
3. Buster Posey
4. LaMonte Wade
5. Kris Bryant
6. Brandon Crawford
7. Evan Longoria
8. Mike Yastrzemski
3 Games Game
1. LaMonte Wade
2. Brandon Belt
3. Kris Bryant
4. Alex Dickerson
5. Brandon Crawford
6. Mike Yastrzemski
7. Curt Casali
8. Tommy La Stella
3 Games Game
1. LaMonte Wade
2. Mike Yastrzemski
3. Wilmer Flores
4. Alex Dickerson
5. Brandon Crawford
6. Donovan Solano
7. Steven Duggar
8. Curt Casali
3 Games Game
1. Mike Tauchman
2. Mike Yastrzemski
3. Buster Posey
4. Brandon Belt
5. Evan Longoria
6. Brandon Crawford
7. Wilmer Flores
8. Steven Duggar
9. Tommy La Stella
2 Games Game
1. Austin Slater
2. Darin Ruf
3. Kris Bryant
4. Buster Posey
5. Evan Longoria
6. Wilmer Flores
7. Thairo Estrada
8. Mauricio Dubon

2021 Recent Giants Lineups

Game Score Starting Pitcher 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10/10 vs LAD L 2-9 Kevin Gausman K. Gausman (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Darin Ruf D. Ruf Kris Bryant K. Bryant Austin Slater A. Slater Buster Posey B. Posey Wilmer Flores W. Flores Brandon Crawford B. Crawford Evan Longoria E. Longoria Donovan Solano D. Solano
10/9 vs LAD W 4-0 Logan Webb L. Webb (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Tommy La Stella T. L. Stella Wilmer Flores W. Flores Brandon Crawford B. Crawford Buster Posey B. Posey LaMonte Wade L. Wade Kris Bryant K. Bryant Mike Yastrzemski M. Yastrzemski Evan Longoria E. Longoria
10/2 vs SD L 0-0 Anthony DeSclafani A. DeSclafani (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Austin Slater A. Slater Darin Ruf D. Ruf Buster Posey B. Posey Evan Longoria E. Longoria Kris Bryant K. Bryant Brandon Crawford B. Crawford Wilmer Flores W. Flores Donovan Solano D. Solano
10/1 vs ARI W 5-4 Scott Kazmir S. Kazmir (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Austin Slater A. Slater Darin Ruf D. Ruf Buster Posey B. Posey Evan Longoria E. Longoria Kris Bryant K. Bryant Brandon Crawford B. Crawford Wilmer Flores W. Flores Donovan Solano D. Solano
9/23 @ SD W 8-6 Vince Velasquez V. Velasquez (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Tommy La Stella T. L. Stella Brandon Belt B. Belt Buster Posey B. Posey LaMonte Wade L. Wade Kris Bryant K. Bryant Brandon Crawford B. Crawford Evan Longoria E. Longoria Mike Yastrzemski M. Yastrzemski

San Francisco Giants FAQ

San Francisco's starting lineup is one of the worst in the bigs, and they will lose one of their more popular names as well. Buster Posey is opting out this season. Brandon Crawford and Brandon Belt are other names that are going to be a question mark as well. Overall this lineup isn't filled with much prospect talent either, so the Giants won't have a ton to look forward to other than playing spoiler at the end of the year. If you are looking for fantasy names here, Wilmer Flores and Hunter Pence will be in the lineup as everyday players. Mike Yastrzemski has some pop from the left side of the plate and isn't a bad bat to have in the middle of the order this season.

Who Will Replace Buster Posey?

Tyler Heineman will be the catcher that picks up the most time for San Francisco. Buster Posey opted out of the 2020 season due to the virus. Posey will return in 2021, and likely shift to first base.

Who Will DH For The Giants In 2020?

Hunter Pence is going to be the DH for the Giants in 2020. While Pence can play the outfield, he is an older player who benefits from just hitting. He also opens up the door for younger outfielders.

Is Mike Yastrzemski Start For San Francisco?

Mike Yastrzemski is going to be the everyday left fielder for the Giants this season. He has some of the best power on the team, but that isn’t saying much these days given the status of the lineup.

What Is The Best Giants Lineup Of All-Time?

The 1962 San Francisco Giants would win 103 games that season and go onto lost the World Series in seven games. They did score over 850 runs that season and held opposing offenses to under 700.

What Is The Worst Giants Lineup Of All-Time?

The 1985 San Francisco Giants struggled to keep up with the rest of the league, winning just 38% of their games. They lost 100 games that season and scored a league-low 556 runs.

Who Has Played The Most Games For The Giants?

Willie Mays played 2,857 games with the Giants, stretching from 1951 to 1972. Mays is one of the best players of all-time, hitting 646 home runs and over 3,000 hits. He went to 22 All-Star Games.