San Francisco Giants starter Alex Wood went seven innings, allowing just one run on four hits while lowering his season ERA to 1.80 in a 3-1 win over the Texas Rangers. Brandon Belt hit his eighth home run of the season in the win.
The San Francisco Giants got home runs from Brandon Crawford, Brandon Belt and Austin Slater in their 7-1 win over the San Diego Padres. Kevin Gausman struck out seven over six innings for the Giants.
Brandon Belt puts the San Francisco Giants ahead of the San Diego Padres, 4-1, with a solo home run to right field.
It works because I literally am in the need of a new belt! Wow, as if time and space collided with both my content and consumer needs. And while you shouldn't care about what or why I Amazon the things I do, you should care about one Brandon Belt. What is this, circa 2010? Once the perpetual little engine at 1B who just couldn't quite do it, he has grown, perhaps even evolved into what we have now, a mediocre producer at a position where mediocrity goes to die. My life story! And so after averaging around 15 homeruns and roughly a .250ish average for the past millennia, what exactly has changed this year and why should you care? Give me a chance to tell ya, or at the very least, convince you to go shopping for the perfect pants accessory. So not to burst the hype train, but what I think makes Brandon Belt a bit more attention-grabbing this season is the fact that while he's doing what he usual does, there's some great underlying signs that Belt could end up having a quietly stronger season than he usually has combined with the fact that his value has been going down the past 15 years and if you want to try on this Belt (MORE FASHION PUNS), it's not that hard of a thing to do any more.
Brandon Belt had a monster effort in a double header at Coors. Dalton Del Don takes a closer look at the veteran and more from Tuesday's action.