MILWAUKEE – Ben Gamel chose a great time to break out of the downturn.
Gamel double hit in top of the ninth in Ryan Braun with the winning program and broke the Giants Milwaukee Brewers 5-4 of Francisco Francisco on Saturday night.
"He was very popular," said Garda manager Craig Counsell. "Peak two strike. It helps us tomorrow, but more importantly, it is a victory."
Gamel won 0 out of 13 skiing and recorded his first career walk.
Braun led the story against Reyes Moronta (3-5) and reached the short cut error made by Brandon Crawford. Following the arrival of Mike Moustakas and Jesús Aguilar, Keston Hiura walked. Gamel focused for Jeremy Jeffress (3-2) and hit 2-2 into the right-hand corner.
"(Morriston) was a really good dating slide, so I was just looking for something raised in the zone," Gamel said.
As Braun crossed the plate, the Brewers cut off the dugout after Gamel to celebrate.
San Francisco fastened it to two ninth races from Jeffress. Crawford walked and took the second one on a single off Austin Slater. Pinch-hitter Stephen Vogt drove in one run with a single center and one center and pulled Slater home when center park Lorenzo Cain made the ball play-off.
"I didn't make sure it was in my glove and I took my head on it," said Cain. "That can't happen in that case."
San Francisco lost a second time in nine finals and the other eight on the road.
"It is unfortunate," said Brandon Belt. "We fought back. Was there anything we could. Great success with pitchers."
The Giants went 2-1 in seventh when RBI twice slater-hitter Slater Alex Claudio.
However, Sam Dyson failed to protect the lead in the eighth. Moustakas, Aguilar and Hiura opened the invention with duplicates in a row to take the Brewers forward. Eric Thames, who was hitting the pin, named Hiura to move to third place. Derek Holland replaced Dyson and walked the bitter Yasmani Grandal to load the coins, and Orlando Arcia hit a sacrifice flight to make it 4-2.
The Giants loaded the medals on an error, hitting and walking in the first, but Davies sent the Brewers into a big hole. He allowed a sacrifice to fly with Mike Yastrzemski and not to do anything else.
Milchíkee doubled and scored Zach Davies and scored in the fifth when Christian Yelich reached an error in the field at the second baseman Joe Panik.
Madison Bumgarner, who was starting the man, showed that he had no influence on building a line from his angle of inclination in the beginning.
"It's not completely normal, but it was good enough," he said. "There is no pain. It depends on the ordinary. There are still some swelling, some bruising."
Bumgarner left after a second search last Saturday against St. Louis when he met a dire drive José Martinez. Bumgarner spent 39 pitches before departing for Cardinal. X-rays were negative because it was broken up.
He threw 103 pitches, scattered seven hits, hit it out and walked six out of five. Scoring the unfinished running Brewers in the fifth.
Dubon has been back down
The Brewers contract chose RHP Jay Jackson from Triple-A San Antonio and, alternatively, they chose INF Mauricio Dubon back to the affiliated team top. Jackson made three appearances over 2 1/3 incorporated during his first stint and is 0-0 to 19.29 ERA.
Braun to attend Skaggs service
Braun intends to attend the memorial service for Angels Angels Poler, Tyler Skaggs on 22 July in Santa Monica, California. Braun and Skaggs worked together during the season and became a strong friendship. Braun will lose the Brewers game against the Red Cincinnati at Miller Park that day.
Braun and Christian Yelich did not change their uniforms right away after Friday night of the game. They sat and looked at the angels' skirt on Skaggs.
"The two of us were crying and feeling that they were watching him," Braun said. "Whether people are spiritual or religious or whatever it is, it takes your faith to full level. You know it was watching it and enjoying every second. It was so incredible. In sport."
Fieldsmen Alex Dickerson were very close to a Friday night match. Manager Bruce Bochy kept it offline on Saturday, but said he was available. … He is scheduled to start the left-hander Gio González (arm fatigue) Monday for AAA Class San Antonio.
Tyler Beede (2-3, 5.64 ERA) plans to make the right nanny to start the ninth season in the Sunday weekend. These Giants are 6-2 when it takes the mound, including four of its five previous trips to win. He never faced the Brewers.
Milwaukee will meet Jhoulys Chacin (3-9, 5.40 ERA), who has 0-6 and has 5.77 ERA during her first eight years. He makes his first start of the season against Men. It is 9-7 with an ERA 3.11 in 21 start days and one respite look against them.
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