PHOENIX — The Brewers spoiled Madison Bumgarner’s scoreless planting season by hitting a group of 3 of home runs, even so the Giants scored three runs in the ninth to take a new 5-4 victory Tuesday at Maryvale Baseball Park.
Bumgarner had not allowed some sort of run of any kind in his first 21 Cactus League innings, which includes four scoreless innings of two-hit ball up against the Brewers to begin his closing Spring Training tuneup Tuesday. Makers left fielder Khris Davis snapped the ability with a solo home run inside fifth inning that tied the sport at 1, and Brewers starting pitcher Wily Peralta and center fielder Carlos Gomez delivered back-to-back solo shots in the sixth to give the Makers their first lead.
‘There must have been a home run derby I didn’t know about,Inches Bumgarner said.
Peralta’s homer was his second this spring, yet another than he has hit inside 133 regular-season at-bats as a professional. He also homered last week against the Padres. Gomez’s homer was his third this year. Martin Maldonado added an additional solo shot, off Leaders reliever Javier Lopez, in the eighth.
On the mound, Peralta allowed a single run on six hits with 6 1/3 innings, with no walks along with five strikeouts. He is currently named to start the Brewers’ fifth bet on the regular season.
Bumgarner’s next start off will be the first of his vocation on Opening Day. He / she was charged with three acquired runs on five hits in five 2/3 innings, with no walks and six strikeouts. Your left-hander will face the D-backs with Monday night at Pursuit Field.
Buster Posey and Michael Morse got two hits apiece with the Giants, with Morse’s RBI single from the third inning giving Bumgarner a steer. Pablo Sandoval homered leading off the eighth inning to slice the Brewers’ lead to 3-2, but an extra Giants rally was scraped when Gregor Blanco, trying to stretch an individual into a double, was wasted by Brewers right fielder Ryan Braun.
The Giants tied the game together with four straight hits off of Wei-Chung Wang in the ninth, with Juan Perez in addition to Gary Brown each generating in a run. Mark Minicozzi after that hit a sacrifice travel to plate the go-ahead run.
Up next: In the club’s Os League finale, manager Bruce Bochy is required to use a lineup that illegal copies the projected Opening Night contingent as closely as it can be. Second baseman Marco Scutaro likely will remain sidelined using a bad back, but the different regulars should be in there against the Denver Rockies. Matt Cain, who hasn’t experienced Major League competition since March 15, will make their fourth exhibition start. Cain allowed three runs in 6 innings against an Angels Triple-A affiliate final Friday, which followed a two 2/3-inning, seven-run outing against Oakland. Following your game, the Giants can head for San Francisco to begin the actual Bay Bridge Series about Thursday at AT&T Park your car.